Evelyn Mae Wolslegel

 

mom3Evelyn Mae (Wittnebel) Wolslegel, Wife, Mom, Grandma TuTu, Great Grandma TuTu and Friend. On December 11th of the year 1925, she joined this world to parents Gustav Wittnebel and Alma Peterson in Tacoma, Washington. However, on March 25th of 2015 God called his Angel back.

At the age of 16 she met the man that would later become her husband. A beautiful thing about the woman the world lost was her determination. And after graduating from High School, Evelyn was adamant and driven to make her own mark on the world. She chose to forgo marriage, while giving her approval to be asked later, in order to complete her training for the Army Air Nurses Corps. After her completion and the ending of the war, she would marry Harold William Wolslegel in Tacoma.

Evelyn and Harold had three children while in Tacoma and in 1962 relocated to Seattle where mom4they would remain. Evelyn was an avid baseball fan, mystery novel reader, and great listener. However, there was nothing more important than the love she had for her family. She is survived by not only her husband and three children, but six grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. She was proceeded in death by one grandchild.

Evelyn was and will forever be loved and adored by all that met her. She will be greatly missed, but always remembered.

mom1In lieu of flowers, please donate to a Hospice of your choice. Thank you.

4 Responses to “Evelyn Mae Wolslegel”

  • Adrienne Wolslegel Stanko says:

    I love you Tutu

  • Lori Wolslegel Wolf says:

    Rest in peace, mom you have touched so many in your life, you will be missed.

  • Oscar Lind says:

    I very fondly and well remember Evelyn from the happy years I knew her family and was fast friends with her son Mike. She always was warm and welcoming and tolerant (at least to a point) of the silliness we all seemed to indulge in. Good and memorable times were had and both Mr. And Mrs. Wolslegel administered enduring life lessons simply by example. It’s been so many years since I was in touch with this family, but I can easily sum up Evelyn’s voice and manner. It’s so pleasing to know she had such a long life amid so many who loved her and my wish is for comfort and peace to those lucky ones who knew her for so long and who will miss her going forward.
    Oscar Lind
    Port Townsend, WA

  • Michelle says:

    We all miss you mom/Tutu. Can’t believe it’s been a year. We all Love you.

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