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Nancy E. Eveleth

Born: Wed., Oct. 24, 1945
Died: Wed., Jun. 30, 2021

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Nancy E. Eveleth 75, of Westdale, NY passed away at her home while under the care of hospice. She was born in Lebanon, MO on Oct 24, 1945. She graduated from Monticello Christian Academy, Monticello, IL and received her Bachelor's degree from  Smith College, Northampton, MA. On August 27, 1965 she married Jeffrey S. Eveleth in Long Meadow, MA. They had eventually moved to Vermont where they had lived before moving to the Westdale area in 1979. Nancy was a homemaker and farmer for most of her life on the family farms. She did retire from the Syracuse Research Corp.
Nancy had a ‘green thumb’ for gardening, was an studious bird watcher, enjoyed horseback riding, was an NRA sharpshooter and avid supporter of the Second Amendment. She was a tenacious reader and could do a NY Time crossword puzzle in 30 minutes. She also enjoyed decorating, as she had an eye for detail.
Surviving are her husband, Jeffrey Eveleth, Sr, a daughter, Catherine ‘Cat’ Eveleth and her companion, Ben Knowles, both of Fulton, NY, her son, Jeffrey & Kelly Eveleth, Jr., Westdale, NY, three grandchildren, Patrick and Luke Eveleth, and Philip Knowles, three nephews, John, Mark and Andrew.
Private funeral services are under the direction of LaRobardiere Funeral Home, Inc., Camden, NY. Interment Fair View Cemetery, Williamstown, NY. Memorial contributions in lieu of flowers may be made to Williamstown Library, United Friends of Homeless Animals, Pulaski, NY or a local Volunteer Fire Department of ones choice.

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Rob Thousand
   Posted Fri July 02, 2021
While I didn't know Nancy personally, please accept my sincere condolences to Jeff and the rest of the family from. Mom's love never goes away, even if she does for a little while.

Marybeth (Barker) Schroder
   Posted Fri July 02, 2021
I am sadden by the loss of Beth. She was a very beautiful women. She will be missed.

Mike & Lisa Hale and Mikey & Helaina
   Posted Fri July 02, 2021
Mr E & Cat, Jeff & Kelly and boys,
Beth was a beautiful soul, we loved visiting with her💗She loved her reading, watching the geese, gardening and flowers. She will be missed dearly. We love you!

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