March 8, 1927 - February 7, 2019
February 7, 2019
March 8, 1927
Tioga Point Cemetery, Athens, Pennsylvania
Betty Jane Evans, 91, of Sayre, PA passed away on Thursday, February 7, 2019 at Robert Packer Hospital in Sayre.
After 91 plus years of amazing life, Betty Jane Evans was called home to eternal life by her Lord and Savior.
She was predeceased by her parents, John and Mildred Smith; husband, Clifford Evans; two sons, Thomas Richard Evans and Clifford Martin Evans (Marty); sister and brother-in-law, Jean and Don Foster.
Betty is survived by her daughter and son-in-law, Sandra and Edward Sefcik; three grandchildren, Tammie and William Wertman, Shawn Winslow and Valerie Hutt, Jennifer Evans and Jonathan Foote; ten great grandchildren, Alexcia Winslow, Caitlyne Shires, Mathew Wertman, Shelby Rishel, Courtnee Winslow, Seth Shires, Breanna Winslow Hutt, Brian Hutt, Jonathan Hart, and Tiffany Hart; daughter-in-law, Doris Evans; along with eight great-great grandchildren.
After graduating from Athens High School in 1946, she married the Love of her life, Clifford Evans on June 8, 1946. She spent the first few years raising her 3 children, after they were in high school she went to work at Guthrie Clinic as a medical secretary for 30+ years.
Her greatest accomplishment was to become an author, and she wrote a children’s book, Three Young Wild Cats, in her retirement years.
A private service will be held at the convenience of the family. Those wishing to send a message of sympathy to Betty’s family may visit our Facebook page or in “Obituaries” at www.blauveltfuneralhome.com
From: Nancy Linehan
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Sending you all love on the loss of my cousin Betty. A wonderful angel now.
From: LENA ANDERSON
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SO SORRY MY PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU AND THE FAMILY LOVE Lena
From: Your favorite daughter
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I know I am going to miss all the long talks we use to have and going to get your hair done every Thursday, standing appointment, and your nails every 5 weeks. You always look forward to those appointments and I always made sure you got there for them. Lunch out either in or in the car and our road trips to Muncy to see the grand kids. I have grown so close to you since you came to live with me during your declining years. Its going to be hard to adjust to not having your here. Your room feels empty now, and I get it, God wanted you to come home to be with him, and I know you have been talking about how much you miss your Mom and Sister, not to mention you never really let me she the hurt you carried over the lost of Marty 2 months ago. You were a strong woman and I love you dearly and know someday I will see you again. Thank you for being my role model, I too am a strong woman and have passed it onto my daughter and grand kids. I know beyond a doubt your more alive then you were here on Earth and you have a new body and new eyes and can see all the beautiful faces in Heavenly things God has in store for all of us when we get there. God Bess, and thank you for being my MOM.
From: Dale Thompson
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Sandy and Family.
I would like to take this time to wish you and your family my deepest condolences upon the loss of your wonderful Mother , Grandma , and best friend who went home to be with her Lord and Savior. Think of all the good memories you had with her.
From: Phyllis M. Boehm
Sandy - I am so sorry that I missed your Mom's obituary and just now realized she had passed away. I also did not know that Marty was gone until I read her obituary.
Hoping that you all are OK and can carry on - Thinking of you,
Phyllis M. Boehm