To the family of Evelyn, what to say… She was a beautiful, talented and caring person to be around. Although I rarely got to see her in more recent time and I'm sure that was in part due to her not feeling the best, I will always have fond memories of her from the Pentair days, walking around the fair, popping in on her at the Pilgrim Center, and even more importantly our dining and conversations at PF Changs! I loved how she wasn't afraid to eat (like myself) and manage to still have room for desert. In conversation, she always had plenty to say (that's if we allowed her to speak since some of us always had ways of dominating the floor). Please know she always spoke highly of her family, both of her boys Aaron and Scott, her mother when she was still living and after she passed, the sisters and not to disrespect any of the other nieces and nephews, but I would always remember the name Raymond the 3rd! It saddens me to know there will no longer be an annual Christmas letter from her because it would always automatically bring a smile to my face to see her so proud. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.