Evelyn Marie Mesneak

Evelyn Marie (Davis) Mesneak

October 25, 1948 - October 19, 2020

Evelyn Marie Davis, 71, of Lilliwaup, Wash., passed away surrounded by her family on Monday October 19, 2020.

Born October 25, 1948 in Longview, Wash., to parents Lewis and Marjorie Davis, Evelyn (Ev) grew up with siblings James Davis, deceased, Robert (Sandy) Davis of Clatskanie Ore., Ruth Davis Donaldson of Clatskanie, Ore., and Douglas Davis of Longview, Wash., in Clatskanie, Ore. Graduating in 1966 from CUHS where was she was a member of the honor society, she loved animals and spending summers at Lake Retreat with her church. She was a member of the Clatskanie Baptist Church. She worked as a Lab Technician for many years in Longview, Wash.

Married to Robert (Bob) Mesneak on February 14, 1976, the two eventually retired to Lilliwaup, Wash., and there they spent the rest of their days. She enjoyed quilting, gardening, antiquing and was a member of several sewing groups. Bob preceded her in death by three months and six days.

She is survived by her son Kevin Mesneak, Chehalis, Teresa Fox, Edgewood, Pam Carriker, Granbury, Texas, Mike Mesneak, Snohomish and grandchildren, Christopher Spreadborough, Samantha Eaton, Justin Spreadborough, Spencer Mesneak, Reagan Carriker, Alek Mesneak, Romie Mesneak and great grandchildren Ryan Spreadborough, Michael Spreadborough, and Gabe Spreadborough.

She battled cancer with strength and grace and lived life to the fullest, loving most of all to be surrounded by her family.


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Published by The Daily News on Nov. 5, 2020.
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Evelyn was a friend. We had a place in Beacon Point for many years and I met her up there. She was the HOA treasurer for a some time up there and I was asked to assist in auditing her work a couple of times. She was so detailed in her work there was never anything to be concerned about. But more than that, she was a friend. Because of her attention to detail, I hired her to work in my law firm. She provided desperately needed organization. But not just that, she was an incredibly ethical, honorable and kind person and an amazingly hard worker. She was very comforting to me through my husband's illness and death. Indeed, she made my husband a quilt when he was sick and I still have it and use it every night during our long cold spell up here in Olympia. Today, I am just learning for the first time that she died. I am so sorry to hear this and want to express my deepest sorrow to her family. She will be missed.
Lynnda Brown
November 7, 2020
Evelyn was a very nice person from a good family. RIP.
Jon Lumijarvi
November 5, 2020