|Birth: ||Jul. 4, 1919|
|Death: ||Aug. 7, 1962|
Homer Evjen, 43, Dies in Hospital
Homer Martin Evjen, 43, resident of 2271 S. 13th. W., died in a local hospital Tuesday evening. Funeral services will be at 1:30p.m. Friday in the Geraghty mortuary Chapel and burial will be i Sunset memorial Garden with the Rev. David J. Graff officiating.
He was born 4 July 1919, in Creston, and was a veteran of Worl War 2. He was an operating engineer and had been employed by the Bud King Construction Co.
Survivors include his widow, Lolah Mae, five daughters, Mrs. Sylvia Fox, Marta Lee, Janice, Tammy, and Deborah; two sons, Goerge and Bruce, all of Missoula; mother, Mrs. Sylvia Baldwin, Missoula; father Martin Evjen, Kalispell; three brothers, Arthur, Polson, Darrell, New Jersey, Walter, Miles City; a half brother Charles Baldwin, Missoula; and five sisters, Mrs. Carl Trap, Seattle, Mrs. Orville King, Portland, Mrs. Matt Cress, Kalispell, Mrs. Winfred Ponton and Mrs. Elizabeth Weisser of Missoula; two grandchildren and several nieces and nephews
A very special thank you to Genienut for sponsonering Homer's page.
Andrew Martin Evjen (1883 - 1965)
Sylvia Curtis Crist (1888 - 1975)
Lolah Mae Pritchard Evjen (1920 - 2006)
Arthur Howard Evjen (1908 - 1991)*
Eva May Evjen Ponton (1914 - 1973)*
Eleanor Melissa Evjen King (1915 - 2001)*
Homer Martin Evjen (1919 - 1962)
Elizabeth Evjen Fleming (1921 - 2011)*
Clayton Darrell Evjen (1923 - 2013)*
Walter Evjen (1925 - 1997)*
Sunset Memorial Gardens
Created by: Fayth Evjen
Record added: Sep 02, 2003
Find A Grave Memorial# 7826074
Added: Jan. 8, 2017
Added: Jan. 8, 2017
Your service to our country is not forgotten. Homer M. Evjen, served in WWII with the 33rd Infantry Division (The Prairie Division), 123rd Infantry Regiment, 1st Battalion, Company D, in the Pacific Theater of Operations during the New Guinea Campaign. S...(Read more)|
A Grateful American
Added: Aug. 8, 2016
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