KING, EVELYN MAE - Minnehaha County, South Dakota | EVELYN MAE KING - South Dakota Gravestone Photos

Evelyn Mae KING

Saint Michaels - Sioux Falls Cemetery
Minnehaha County,
South Dakota

Evelyn Mae Johnson was born Oct. 22, 1917, in Rock Township, Pipestone County, MN.

In January 1920 she and her mother came to live in the home of widower Peter Jacobson and his four sons north of Lennox. Evelyn attended rural school at Schoffelman District #63 west of Tea, SD. She married Orris Jacobson on Jan 16, 1936 (divorced 1952) and worked at Sioux Valley Hospital. She married Ed McGuire in 1952. They owned and operated Maguire Iron, which repaired water towers. Ed died in 1968. She married Darrll King. He died in 1991.

In 1995 she moved back to Lennox from Cody, Nebraska, and lived at Sunrise Manor until March 2009 when she moved to Hilda's Heritage Home. After a nine day hospitalization, she moved to the Lennox Good Samaritan Center on March 29, 2010, where she passed away April 7, 2010.

Evelyn was a member of First English Lutheran church, the Sandhills Art Club of Valentine, NE and the Sunshine Extension Club of Cody, NE. She was an excellent painter of animals and scenery.

She was preceded in death by her mother, Minnie Schnepf Jacobson in 1974, stepfather, Peter Jacobson in 1949, husbands Ed and Darrll, her four step-brothers Edward, Orris, Ernest and LeRoy Jacobson.

She is survived by her nieces and nephews: Verlyss, Vyona, Vynita, Wayne, Michael, Scott, Larry, Joyce, Marcene, Marlyn, Paul, Elaine, Ron, Ray, Carol and Cheryl and her cousin, Gladys Lumby.

Contributed on 10/26/10 by jackpotcook2
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Submitted: 10/26/10 • Approved: 10/28/10 • Last Updated: 8/14/15 • R81419-G81419-S3

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