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Evelyn I Mathews

Published On: Feb 19 2013 11:29:51 AM CST
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Evelyn I. Mathews, 86 of Mauston passed away Monday, February 18, 2013 at Fair View Nursing Home, Mauston.

Evelyn was born in the Town of Seven Mile Creek the daughter of Fred and Daisy (Burlingame) Babcock on January 23, 1927.

Evelyn will be fondly remembered as a good wife and mother.

She is survived by her husband Richard, four children Florence (Donald) Wentley of Mauston, George Babcock of Minot, ND, Judy (Bill) Wood of Blanchard, MI, Richard (Karin) Mathews Jr. of Lake Geneva, 7 grandchildren and many great grandchildren, her brother and sisters Katherine Koch of Reedsburg, Jerry Babcock of Oxford, Eddie (Janet) Babcock of Juneau, Rosemary Babcock of Burlington, Doris (Darrel) Sines of Hartford, Bernard (Carol) Babcock of Juneau and other relatives and friends.

Evelyn was preceded in death by four children Joyce, Linda, Dennis and Larry.

Funeral services will be held at 2:00 p.m., Wednesday, February 20, 2013 at the Crandall Funeral Home, Mauston where friends may call from 12:30 p.m. until time of services.

Burial will be at the Mauston Cemetery.

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