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Julie Ann Evett

9 mars 194929 octobre 2020
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Julie Ann Evett, of Missouri City, was reunited with her husband Bill, in their loving God's care on October 29, 2020. She passed away from us peacefully and surrounded by her loving family.

Funeral services are scheduled for Wednesday Nov 4, 2020 at 12pm and will be held at St. Laurence Catholic Church. After her Mass she will be laid to rest along side her husband at Forest Park Westheimer Cemetery.

She leaves behind two children; Son Chris Evett and his family, and Molly (Evett) Zimmer and her family. All those who knew her will join her family in missing her, and in celebrating her gifts to them throughout their lives.

Services

  • Visitation

    mardi, 3 novembre , 2020

  • Prayer Service

    mardi, 3 novembre , 2020

  • Funeral Service

    mercredi, 4 novembre , 2020

  • Committal Service

    mercredi, 4 novembre , 2020

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ENVOYEZ CONDOLEANCES
Mary Cluff

novembre 3, 2020

I Celebrate the life of my big sister everyday. I cherish the laughs and the cries. Each time I’m walking in nature or relishing all the flavors life has to offer, she is right there with me. Always has been and always will be. Yes, she’s my sister; but so more! I Celebrate a life well lived and will hold onto that joy for the rest of my days.

Karen Johnston

novembre 3, 2020

Alane Washington

novembre 2, 2020

My condolences to Julie's loving family:

Julie was such a special person. I've never met anyone else quite like her. I met her 22 years ago when I started working with her at Urology Clinic. There was a hurricane that was near my hometown a few months after I'd met Julie and 19 of my relatives were coming to Houston ...to my 4 bedroom home for shelter.
Julie gave me her cell number and told me to please call if I needed her and that my family was more than welcome in their home. I'll never forget this true kindness. She's never changed in all the years I've known her. She wasn't feeling well the last couple of times I saw her, but she was there asking me how things were going with my family....truly an amazing lady.

She was always full of good advice and good humor too. Each year at Christmas she'd show the family holiday picture that usually came with a funny story as a bonus. (She knew how to tell a good story!) I admire the WAY you all love each other....the way she loved you all as a mother and grandmother. (yes...another lesson that she did not even realize she was teaching)

I pray that you all, Chris, Molly, Mary, Mike , Nicholas, Matthew, Ryan, Mark and Hayden continue to make Julie (and Bill) proud as they watch over you and may God give you strength for your journey.

Anita Maddox

novembre 2, 2020

As a member of the Fort Bend Master Gardeners, Julie was very involved in activities for kids and the herb demonstration garden. She also took beautiful, artistic photos of the gardens to share with the public on the Master Gardener website. Everyone knew Julie would show up with a smile and a laugh whenever she came around. She talked about her grandkids frequently and posted pictures for us to see of their fun times at the lake. It was a such a pleasure to know her and she will be missed. My condolences to Julie's family.

Robynn Toomey

novembre 2, 2020

I only met her once, but she was so kind and inclusive. I’m sure her family is searching for peace and I wish them all the comfort and love they deserve.

Joyce Mosley

novembre 2, 2020

Many great times with Bill and Julie Great neighbors and friends. My heart goes out to Molly and Chris and the kids

Brad Allen

novembre 2, 2020

Julie was such a kind and loving person. As Chris's brother in law I have always felt very welcomed by bother her and Bill. Chris and Molly, your beautiful families are a testament to the loving home you were raised in. I know shes very proud of all of you. She will surely be missed.

Christine Housour

novembre 1, 2020

Allen McGary

novembre 1, 2020

Both Bill And Julie were such good neighbors. I look forward to seeing them with our Lord Jesus one day.

Marilyn & Joe Babich

novembre 1, 2020

Best Friends EVER....miss you both so much!

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