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 Charles Elmer Evilsizer

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Charles Elmer Evilsizer

Birth
Sullivan, Franklin County, Missouri, USA
Death
17 Nov 2006 (aged 82)
Rolla, Phelps County, Missouri, USA
Burial
Houston, Texas County, Missouri, USA
Memorial ID
19728257 View Source

Charles Elmer Evilsizer, 82,formerly of Raymondville, passed away Friday, Nov. 17, 2006, at Phelps County Regional Medical Center of Rolla, after spending the last few years at the Missouri Veterans Home of St. James.

Charles was born July 6,1924,in Sullivan, to Clarence Elmer
and Ora Belle Martin Evilsizer. He married Helen M. Smith on April 16, 1943. To this union four children were born.

Charles had many trades: He was a carpenter, built homes
and Cabinets and did remodeling work. He spent a few years in the insurance business and was also a dairy farmer. He also enjoyed working on cars and liked to judge at various car shows. He loved to talk politics and was active on the Democrat committee. He was also a licensed Baptist minister and pastored small community churches in the area.

Charles was always trying to help veterans any way he could. He served with the American Legion Post #890 and served many years as commander of Post #41 and was also a district commander. He wanted to do whatever he could to help his fellow veterans.

He was preceded in death by his parents; his wife, Helen; two brothers, Arnold and Ivan Evilsizer;one grandson, Tony Dean Hebblethwaite; and one greatgranddaughter, Sophie Rushing.

Charles is survived by one son, Kevin Evilsizer of Raymondville, three daughters, Carolyn C. Delaney of Lebanon, Dee Ann Barr and husband, Michael, of Bella Vista, Ark., and Sharon Joy Branson and husband, Kenneth/
of Colleyville, Texas; eight grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Charles will be greatly missed by his family and friends.

Services were Tuesday, Nov. 21, at Evans Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Bob White officiating. Burial was in Central Baptist Cemetery under the direction of Evans Funeral Home.

Memorial contributions may be made to Central Baptist Cemetery.

Charles Elmer Evilsizer, 82,formerly of Raymondville, passed away Friday, Nov. 17, 2006, at Phelps County Regional Medical Center of Rolla, after spending the last few years at the Missouri Veterans Home of St. James.

Charles was born July 6,1924,in Sullivan, to Clarence Elmer
and Ora Belle Martin Evilsizer. He married Helen M. Smith on April 16, 1943. To this union four children were born.

Charles had many trades: He was a carpenter, built homes
and Cabinets and did remodeling work. He spent a few years in the insurance business and was also a dairy farmer. He also enjoyed working on cars and liked to judge at various car shows. He loved to talk politics and was active on the Democrat committee. He was also a licensed Baptist minister and pastored small community churches in the area.

Charles was always trying to help veterans any way he could. He served with the American Legion Post #890 and served many years as commander of Post #41 and was also a district commander. He wanted to do whatever he could to help his fellow veterans.

He was preceded in death by his parents; his wife, Helen; two brothers, Arnold and Ivan Evilsizer;one grandson, Tony Dean Hebblethwaite; and one greatgranddaughter, Sophie Rushing.

Charles is survived by one son, Kevin Evilsizer of Raymondville, three daughters, Carolyn C. Delaney of Lebanon, Dee Ann Barr and husband, Michael, of Bella Vista, Ark., and Sharon Joy Branson and husband, Kenneth/
of Colleyville, Texas; eight grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Charles will be greatly missed by his family and friends.

Services were Tuesday, Nov. 21, at Evans Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Bob White officiating. Burial was in Central Baptist Cemetery under the direction of Evans Funeral Home.

Memorial contributions may be made to Central Baptist Cemetery.


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