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Evelyn Jarrett Lee
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Birth: Aug. 21, 1936
Death: Dec. 20, 1995
Webster Parish
Louisiana, USA

Funeral Services for Mrs. Evelyn Jarrett Lee will be held on Friday, December 22 at 2:00 p.m. Mrs Lee passed away Wednesday at the Minden Medical Center after a lengthy illness with cancer. She was 59.
Mrs Lee was a member of the Gilgal Baptist Church. She was employed for 10 years at the L.A.A.P. and for 15 years at West and Company in Minden. Mrs Lee's services will be handled by Rose-Neath of Minden and will be officiated by Brother James Gass.
Mrs Lee was survived by her husband, Howard "Doc" Lee; Three sons, Steve Lee and wife Claudia, Ricky Lee and wife Beth, and Kenny Lee, all from Minden.
She is also survived by three grandchildren, Shane Lee of Baton Rouge, Stephen Lee and Stephanie Lee, both of Minden. Mrs Lee also survived by three sisters and one brother; Louise Coyle of Minden, Barbara Evans of Doyline, Doris Triplett of Ringgold and Jimmie Jarrett of Irving, Texas and a host of nieces and nephews. 
Family links: 
  Alva S Jarrett (1898 - 1951)
  Gladys Jarrett Clark (1907 - 1993)
  Howard Banard Lee (1929 - 2005)
  Doris Joan Triplet (1935 - 2009)*
  Evelyn Jarrett Lee (1936 - 1995)
  Barbara Jean Jarrett Evans (1939 - 2013)*
*Calculated relationship
Gilgal Cemetery
Claiborne Parish
Louisiana, USA
Created by: Betty Harrigill, Hall
Record added: Mar 24, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 67377053
Evelyn <i>Jarrett</i> Lee
Added by: Betty Harrigill, Hall
Evelyn <i>Jarrett</i> Lee
Added by: Betty Harrigill, Hall
Evelyn <i>Jarrett</i> Lee
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Evelyn,The years that James and I got to know you and Doc will be cherished for ever. You were always so kind to us and a wonderful neighbor. May you rest in Gods arms, Cancer free, and never to hurt again.
- James and Betty Hall
 Added: May. 12, 2011

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