Evelyne M. Anderson

Evelyne M. Anderson

September 06, 1922 - September 15, 2015

Evelyne M. Anderson

September 06, 1922 - September 15, 2015


Evelyne M. Anderson lives in , passed away at the age of 93.
Born on September 06, 1922 and passed away on September 15, 2015.

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3 responses to Evelyne M. Anderson

  1. Susan says:

    Evelyne will always have a special place in my heart. She was always a very kind and loving mother and a close family friend. I have such fond memories of her when I was growing up in Upland, Ca. I was very sad when the family moved to the valley and only saw her periodically when they moved to South Orange County. It was always fun to see her and share our love of Angel Baseball.
    My love and prayers are with the entire Anderson Family
    Susan Gorman

  2. My memories of Aunt Ev are all related to Grandma’s house or when she visited Dag. We were all so young when the Anderson’s moved to that foreign country called California! Who could ever imagine leaving Minnesota? But return visits always brought out the smiles – so dear to all. She was a beautiful and welcoming hostess when we ventured west and such a great conversationalist. Another memory — the phrase Ev and Gordy – it was like one word – always together. God bless Aunt Ev and all who loved her.

  3. kris says:

    On the occasion of my friend’s mom’s passing.

    Evelyn introduced mushrooms to me. She was Kris’ mom. And Jill’s and Lisa’s and Steve’s. She was Norwegian, married to a Swede. How does that happen? I never felt very close to her but she was always nice to me. Kris and I made krumkake in the Anderson’s kitchen when we were teenagers. Not sure how long it took for the kitchen to recover. I think Evelyn liked that we did that. Gordy once said I was a black Norwegian because of my dark hair. Then he fretted that he had insulted me! I always liked that he said that, never felt insulted. He called her Evi.

    Three daughters and a son. All different, all involved in Evelyn’s and Gordy’s lives. Lucky to have each other through all of life’s challenges, and there have been challenges.

    It has been a long goodbye, one I know too well. But for me, it helped to think how lucky I was to have my parents for so much of my life. There were good times, bad times and ugly times, but there were times and I am grateful.

    Tonight I will plant the garlic that Steve brought to Kris and Kris shared with me. In honor of Evelyn, mushrooms and my long friendship with you, Kris.


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