EVELYN-BUSH-Obituary

EVELYN CONDE BUSH

Hyndsville, New York

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Evelyn Conde Bush, 71, of Fromire Drive, died tragically while attempting to save her dog at her residence in Hyndsville. Evelyn was born February 9, 1938 in Ballston Spa, NY a daughter of Robert and Marion (Conde) Martin. She was educated at Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake Schools and later, moved to...

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Larry & family. I was so sorry to hear this news. I have been away for the holiday & just found out. She was just at my house for my husbands funeral. It was so great talking to her about old times again. Evelyn always made sure she was "there" when you needed her. I for one always appreciated her for that. I know how you are feeling. Stay close to family. My prayers are with you all.
Ginny Ogno

Dear Larry and Family,

Dave and I were so sorry to hear about Evelyn's passing.I first met Evelyn back in my high school days when Linda and I became friends.And "yes Linda , she was almost as crazy as you!!!" (In the very best of ways) It was thanks to her that Linda and I reconnected after many years. She so graciously invited me to her home for a surprise visit.
She was a great lady and will be missed by many.Please know that you all are in our thoughts and prayers.

Dear Larry and Family,

Evelyn took care of my grandfather-Jack Daniels and it was evident that he cared for her very much. Just recently I went to see my grandpa, I hadn't seen him in several years and was not sure how he would be feeling. I was shocked to see how happy he was and full of life; I know that is thanks to Evelyn. She was there for him and her sincere concern for him was truly appreciated by all of us, especially my grandfather. He spoke very fondly of Evelyn and...

Larry and Family,

I wish to express again my deep sorrow at Evelyn's passing. She and I have shared many hours on the telephone often talking about her (and the other caregivers') loving care of my father, Jack Daniels. Knowing Evelyn has been a blessing to us all, and our family is most grateful that our lives have all been profoundly affected by her warm, cheerful charm. We will truly miss her! May God provide you all with much comfort at this time.

Dear Larry,
My boys and I extend our condolences to you and your family on the loss of your beautiful wife, Evelyn. We have some great memories of the times we spent with you both. I hope you'll find comfort being with your family and friends at this difficult time. You were such a great help to me and my kids in our time of need and I'll always be grateful to you for that.

Our prayers are with you,
Ramona Garrity and family

Dear Larry and family,
Words cannot express our deepest sorrow for your loss, Evelyn was a beautiful lady inside and out. We both worked at Cobleskill Hospital in the 1980's. I went to one of her scrapbooking parties put on by our mutual friend Joyce Slater,and I know they shared some great times together.
Larry, if you need anything -Gary or I would be glad to help out. Our deepest condolences, Meri-K Chase and Gary Shineman.