Evelyn Creel

January 10, 1926September 3, 2012

Evelyn Barkuloo Creel passed away the third of September, 2012. She was born in Hondo, Texas, January 10, 1926, and moved to Baytown, Texas six years later. She remained there through school, and after WWII, she married Linzell Creel, also from Baytown. In 1986 Evelyn and Lin moved to Belton, Texas, where they were members of the First United Methodist Church. This July, they celebrated 66 years of marriage. Evelyn is survived by her husband Lin; her son Clifford and daughter Brenda; four grandchildren Matt , Marty, Megan, and Molly; and seven great grandchildren. She will be greatly missed by her immediate and extended family, and a host of friends. Funeral services will be held Thursday September 6th 11:AM at the First United Methodist Church, 205 East 3rd Street, Belton, Texas. Viewing is available for one hour before services. Following the church services, the burial will be held at the VA Cemetery, 11463 State Hwy 195, Killeen, Texas.


  • Funeral Service Thursday, September 6, 2012
  • Graveside Service Thursday, September 6, 2012


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Lin Creel

May 27, 2013

Dearest Evelyn

It is memoral day and I have many fond memories of our live together. We had some rough spots, but we managed to smooth them out. I love you and will always. I hope all your pains and problems are gone. With Gods help I know they are. Just remember I love you and always will.

Love you


January 10, 2013

To to my darling wife, Evelyn

It is your birthday, and I wish you were here to celebrate it. I love you, always.


Linzell Creel

September 8, 2012

My darling wife, Evelyn

Honey I miss you so much, and look forward to the day we are reunited.Our love is for always, and I know you are not falling now and all the other problems you had are gone. Cliff and Brenda have gone back home, but our Marty is still here. What a blessing to have someone like her. So long for now, I love you now and forever.

Katie Schwarz

September 6, 2012

Sending positive thoughts and prayers to your family. I know what a big part of your life your Grandma was and much she will be missed.

Darlene Presley

September 4, 2012

I have so many years of memories with Aunt Evelyn that I will cherish forever. She was very dear to me and always a friend. I loved my trips up there to stay with them and will always remember our times together. I love you Aunt Evelyn.

September 4, 2012

I didn't know you 30 years but it seems like I did. I enjoyed our little talks. You will be missed.
Theresa Barnes (Crown Point, IN)

Wendy Seel

September 3, 2012

When someone you love becomes a memory, the memory becomes a treasure. Hold onto that treasure forever. My thoughts and prayers are with the family in this very hard time.

Molly Nedrow

September 3, 2012

I am so blessed to have been able to share so many amazing memories with my Grandma. She has and always will be a huge inspiration and I will always hold her so dear to my heart. She always knew how to make me smile & laugh and taught me so much about how to live a great life. Not having her brings tears to my eyes, but at the same time - remembering her life makes me so happy to have enjoyed 30+ years with her. I love you Grandma and miss you so much already. ?


September 3, 2012

I am lucky to have the 30+ years of memories with the best grandma a girl could ask for. Every time I bust out the Skip-Bo cards, I will think of us playing for hours on end. I wish more people had a grandma as good as mine!

Marty Barnes

September 3, 2012

We are all going to miss you, Grandma. You were such a wonderful person. We will always love you.