Evan Ellison

Evan Ellison

May 27, 1912 - March 23, 2007


Evan D. ?Whitey? Ellison, 94, was born May 27, 1912 in Pittsburgh, PA and passed away March 23, 2007 at his home in Mission Viejo, CA. A retired Lieutenant with the Pittsburgh Fire Department, Whitey is survived by his wife of 71 years, Thelma; sons, Richard and Robert; 7 grandchildren and 9 great-grandchildren.

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6 responses to Evan Ellison

  1. PapPap,
    I will miss you so much! You were such a wonderful grandfather; I am so grateful for all of the precious memories I have from over the years. Thank you. Don’t worry, we will take care of Nana.

    I love you.


  2. Pap-Pap,

    I’m so very sad that you are gone but I’m happy that you are finally at peace now. I thank you for letting me be with you when you passed, I even feel closer to you now than ever. You are such a wonderful, caring, man and have so many of us that look up to you. Your stories, sayings, and memories will live on forever with all of us.

    Don’t you ever worry about Nana we promised you we would take great care of her, and we never break our promises!

    It’s not Goodbye Pap-Pap, it’s until I see you next time.

    Love You More!

  3. Dear PapPap,

    Thank you for teaching me about the wonderful plants that grow in the earth, for your dear mother our Great Grandmother and her wonderful stories, for endless trips up and down the inclines and for loving all of us and showing us the meaning and value of independence.

    I will always remember you!
    Love, Rori

  4. Our prayer and thoughts are with your family. What a wonderful long life he lived. May he rest in peace
    Anissa, Scott, Avery Spencer & Mitchell Dyen

  5. Hi Pap-Pap,

    Just wanted to tell you Happy Thanksgiving. I know this is the first one without you and we miss you very much. Were trying to take such good care of Nana. She misses you soooo very much but we are here to love her all the time. Love You More!


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