Evelyn Boggess

Born: 06/29/1930 Passed:


Evelyn Boggess Age 90, of Louisville, passed away Wednesday, August 19, 2020 after living with dementia for several years. She was born in Reedy, West Virginia to the late, H. Guy and Orphus Lewellen and lived most of her adult life in Wheeling, West Virginia where she was an avid golfer and very active in her church.

Evelyn is survived by her husband of 68 years, Charles Boggess; daughter, Karen (Cliff) Long; son, Stephen (Aiza) Boggess; grandsons, Kevin Long, Jason (Niki) Long; a brother and two sisters; and many nieces and nephews. She will be missed greatly by all.

A private graveside service with the immediate family will be held Saturday, August 22, 2020, in Wheeling. Please visit www.paqueletfalk.com to send condolences.

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5 Tributes to Evelyn Boggess

  1. Ruth Ann scherich says:

    I want to express my sympathy to you and your family. It was always fun when we ran into each other and were able to catch up on things. Memories of West Liberty will always be with us.

  2. Donna Herzog says:

    Charles and Family, I’m very sorry to hear about Evelyn. My prayers are with you and your family. Charles you took wonderful care of Evelyn. Remember all your fantastic memories over your wonderful years together. They will give you comfort. Evelyn is an Angel watching over you now. God bless you and your family. She will be missed.

  3. Lynne and Ben says:

    Dear Charles, Karen, Cliff, Stephen, Azia and Grandchildren— What a wonderful life! Evelyn was a beacon for your family. I loving wife, mother, grandmother and a terrific next-door neighbor for 17 years… We send our sympathies and our prayers that our loving God will wrap his arms around you for comfort in this sad time.

  4. Nancy and Tom Conti says:

    Sorry to hear of Evelyn’s passing.
    Our prayers.
    Hard to lose good neighbors.

  5. Patti pillard davis says:

    Sending my sympathy to Karen, and her family. I have fond memories of her and our band days. She was always smiling and so very kind and thoughtful. A great lady. So sad…hugs.
    Patti Pillard Davis.

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