Evelyn T. Knox

Springfield, Illinois


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Evelyn T. "Evy" Knox

SPRINGFIELD - Evelyn T. "Evy" Knox, of Springfield, passed away Friday, January 14, 2011 at Memorial Medical Center after a brief illness. She was born May 10, 1928 in Alto Pass, IL the daughter of Floyd Trexler and Ida Mae Brown Trexler. While married to Paul Knox...

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I am so sorry to hear about your mother. No bond is as great as that between a parent and child. My deepest condolences.

Suella, so sorry for the loss of your Mother. You have her smile. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Let's get together soon.

i am very sorry to learn of my friend and your mother's passing.whenever we met we always shared a laugh or two.i will miss her. charlie gramlich

John Pat & Suella
I just heard about your mother. She was a wonderful person and helped a lot of people.She will be missed on this earth, but will have a reward in heaven. We will pray for the Knox family.


So very sorry to hear of your beloved mom's passing. God bless you and your family as you grieve. Call me when you come to AZ.

Laurie Wiley
Mesa, AZ


I'm so sorry for the loss of your dear mother and am sorry I did not make the visitation. I had not seen your mom for over 30 years but remember her as a very sweet lady. My thoughts are with you during this very difficult time... love ya darlin' Bella

Marcia and Tommy - So sorry for the loss of your dear mother. You're in my thoughts and prayers.

To all the Knox family...we just learned of your mothers passing and want you to know you are in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

Suella, Marcia, John Pat, Tommy, Timmy and the entire Knox Family. I am so sorry to hear of Evy's passing, I know how much you all loved her. Watching her with her grandchildren and great grandbabies as I was so fortunate to see this past summer, was a testament to how much she loved each and everyone of you. Evy was a legend in Spfld. Everyone knew her and loved her. I remember the days of old when she lived off 11th St. and she was afraid to stay in her house, due to a rash of...

Suella, so sorry to hear of your Mother's passing. I remember when we first met, on the 4th floor of the capitol building, we talked on break time. I always enjoyed talking to her, we were both very young then, which was in the the early 50's. May God bless you and sustain you in this time of need. Sincerely, MaryAnn Newquist