Evelyn I. Horner
(Ingling) On Oct. 1 2008 at the age of 90 a Stratford resident for over 45 years.
Beloved wife of the late Raymond F. Horner. Loving mother to her devoted daughter and best friend Amy Butterworth of Blackwood NJ. Proud and loving Nana to her grandsons Gary Butterworth and Glen Butterworth. Sister to William Ingling of Cary NC. Aunt to a niece and several nephews and former mother-in-law of Dale Butterworth. Pre-deceased by her brother Walter Ingling of Vineland NJ.
Evelyn worked for many years at Hartly Goves in Vineland NJ and later retired from US Vision. She was a 60 year member of the Eastern Star. She volunteered with the Girl Scouts of America and Stratford Library for many years. Evelyn enjoyed dining out and local excursions. But there was no greater joy than spending time with her daughter and grandsons. She was a devoted wife mother and grandmother who loved and cared for her family. She was able to spend her remaining years in the home she knew thanks to the love of her devoted grandson and caregiver Gary Butterworth. Also a special thanks to her neighbors Kathy and Charlie Morlock and Family Claire and Joe Falls Mario Gendrachi and Sharon Hyatt and Family and Ross and Joan Hammer for their care concern and support over the years.
Family and friends are invited to attend her viewing and visitation with the family on Saturday 10:00-11:00am at EUGENE J. ZALE FUNERAL HOME INC. 712 N. White Horse Pike Stratford NJ. Eastern Star Service at 10:30am. Funeral Service at 11:00 on Saturday at Eugene J. Zale Funeral Home Inc. 712 N. White Horse Pike Stratford NJ. Burial Woodbury Memorial Park W. Deptford NJ.

Published by Courier Post on Oct. 9, 2008.
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