Evelyn P. Morrow
August 16, 1920 ~ April 26, 2015
Brigham City – Evelyn P. Morrow, 94, passed away on Sunday, April 26, 2015 at Willow Glen Health and Rehab in Brigham City, Utah of natural causes. She was born on August 16, 1920 in Houston, Texas, a daughter of Jesse J. and Lilly Pearl Nichols Minter. She was raised and educated in Houston, Texas. Evelyn married her sweetheart, Donald J. Morrow on April 18, 1946 in Houston, Texas. He preceded her in death on December 23, 2009. She retired from the US Treasury Department in Ogden, Utah as a tax examiner. Evelyn enjoyed traveling and music. Surviving is her brother, George W. Minter of New Mexico. She was preceded in death by her sister, Jessie R. Kivel. Evelyn will be cremated and her final resting place will be in the Southern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Boulder City, Nevada with her husband, Donald. A heartfelt thank you to Willow Glen Nursing and Rehab for the care they took of Evelyn while she was living there. Entrusted to Gillies Funeral Chapel, Brigham City, UT 435-723-5236.
To Evelyn's Family
With Evelyn's passing we feel a loss in our neighborhood family. We have lived across the street from Don and Evelyn for over 40 years. Other then their different daily work, seldom did you see one without the other. They always showed concern, respect, and love for each other. They were very considerate neighbors as well. We enjoyed their friendship. The two of them never lost their desire to learn. We were lucky enough to have them share their pictures and many experiences of all their travels with us. Don's hobbie and interest in small, intricate ship building and Evelyn's love for learning to play the organ were other things we enjoyed seeing, hearing and learning about. We went for rides in the mountains to see Autumn Leaves, to McDonalds for a hamburger, enjoyed yellow roses in their front yard and good neighborly talk. They appreciated and enjoyed life. The house is empty, but we are full of wonderful memories of Don and Evelyn.
Paul and Carolyn Petersen