Eva Louise Layman
April 1, 1920 – October 27, 2018
Eva Louise Layman was born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, April 1, 1920 to James and Eleanor Hampson. Her life with Jesus continued on October 27, 2018, after being cared for at Kissito Palm View for 7 years.
Preceding her in death were parents James and Eleanor Hampson and husband Carl D. Layman. Survivors are daughter Karen Killingsworth of Yuma, AZ (Paul) and son Carl Layman, Jr of Duncan OK (Brenda), Grandchildren; Paula, Annette, Karla, Christina, Janela, David, Kenna, and 11 great grandchildren.
Eva and Carl were married for 51 years. They moved from Oklahoma City, OK to Yuma, AZ in 1953. She worked at the Kofa High School cafeteria for several years. Her membership of 63 years at Yuma First Assembly of God Church were fulfilling. She was Sunday School superintendent, Sunday School teacher, Christian Cadel instructor and dependable as needed.
A Memorial Celebration at Johnson's Mortuary is scheduled November 1, 2018 at 10 am with burial beside her husband at Desert Lawn Memorial Park. Pastor Paul Killingsworth with Assistant Pastor Paula Milner will officiate. Friends and loved ones are invited.
In lieu of flowers, rememberances may be sent to Yuma First Assembly Life Center Project.
- Karen Killingsworth, Daughter
- Paul Killingsworth, Son-in-law
- Carl Layman Jr, Son
- Brenda Layman, Daughter-in-law
- Eva's memory will also be cherished by her grandchildren Paula, Annette, Karla, Christina, Janela, David, Kenna, and 11 great grandchildren.
- Funeral Service Thursday, November 1, 2018
Eva Louise Layman
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November 1, 2018
I remember how she expressed how much she was touched by the human video “ I can only imagine” when I did it at church. Now, I truly can only imagine what she is experiencing right now in the arms of Jesus!
Larry & Donna Swinford
October 30, 2018
Welcoming, gracious, funny, loving - all these words describe Eva. She was my mother-in-law's best friend, a faithful wife and loving mother and grandmother. I've been told she made the best hamburgers EVER - at least the Swinford men thought so! Steadfast in her faith - unwavering in her commitment to Jesus - stalwart protector of her husband, home, and family. So thankful that I met her. Grateful that she was an important part of Larry's childhood. "When we all get to heaven, what a day of rejoicing that will be." Eva's rejoicing today - healthy and whole. We mourn, but not as those who have no hope.