Evelyn L. Rivard, 88Evelyn L. Rivard, age 88, of Hudson, Wis., formerly of White Bear Lake, Minn., passed away Dec. 15 at the Hudson Hospital.
Evelyn L. Rivard, age 88, of Hudson, Wis., formerly of White Bear Lake, Minn., passed away Dec. 15 at the Hudson Hospital.
Evelyn was born Nov. 10, 1924, in St. Paul, Minn., the daughter of Cassious and Alma (Mickelson) King. Evelyn was united in marriage to Paul Anthony Rivard. Their marriage was blessed with a daughter, Pam, and two sons, Terry and Bruce. Evelyn provided for her family as a homemaker throughout her lifetime. She enjoyed baking and cooking for her family. Evelyn took pleasure in sewing, playing games and cards, especially the games of Rummikub and 500. Evelyn cherished her time with her family and always was delighted in their trips to the casino.
Evelyn will remain in the hearts of her daughter, Pam (Wayne) Daniels; sons, Terry (Monica) and Bruce (Maureen); grandchildren, Bruce Jr., Thomas and Paul (Julia) Rivard, Timothy Rivard, Stephanie (Spencer) Heidish, and Sarah (Jeremy) Salo; great-grandchildren, Max, Spencer Jr., Trevor, Emma, Cadence, Owen, and Hannah; sisters, Laura Christensen, Jeanette Burow, Doris (Joe) Dotte, and Katie Schostag; brother Wayne (Marge) King; other relatives and friends.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Paul Anthony, and brothers Earl and Leon.
Private services were held. Evelyn was buried next to her husband at Ft. Snelling National Cemetery.
Funeral services have been entrusted to the O'Connell Family Funeral Home of Hudson, 715-386-3725, www.oconnellfuneralhomes.com.
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