Evelyn Rose

Rose, Evelyn (née Kahle)

Our dear mother, Mrs. Evelyn Rose fell asleep peacefully one last time at her home on Saturday, August 1, 2020 at the age of 95, surrounded by her loving family.  Evelyn was born in Mitchell, Ontario on October 28, 1924 to the late Carl and Clara Kahle.  She leaves behind her children Allan Michael (Joanne Leclerc) of Ottawa and Patricia Lynn (Paul Zoula) of Wallaceburg. Loving grandmother of Lee (Rose) Zoula of Tupperville and Paul Zoula Jr. and great grandmother to Maximus and Sofia. She is also survived by her brother Harold Kahle of Kitchener. Predeceased by her sisters Gloria O’Rourke and Jean Pinchin and her brother Carmen Kahle. She also leaves behind nieces, nephews and friends. Evelyn will be remembered for her nearly 25 years of volunteer work with the Sydenham Residence, her loving heart and her delicious pies.

The family would like to take this opportunity to thank the Victorian Order of Nurses (VON) and the PSW workers for their compassion and the excellent health care provided to Evelyn over the last 4 years to assist her with staying in her home.

Given the present circumstances we are all living through, a private family gathering and interment will take place at the Riverview Cemetery chapel on September 12, 2020. If desired, remembrances to the Elder Abuse Prevention Ontario or the VON would be appreciated.

10 Comments on “Evelyn Rose”

  1. My sincere sympathies Pat and to your family upon reading of your Mom’s passing. May your precious memories give you comfort, peace and strength. Prayers and hugs my friend.

  2. Deepest condolences to you, Allan Michael and your families. The Southgate a all loved and cherished your mom.

  3. We are so sorry to hear of your loss Patricia and Paul and to each and everyone of your Mothers family. We know much love and devotion that your Mother received while she was in your care. Please take solace in the fact that if it were not for a daughter who was as devoted as you have been and through the help of the VON she would not of been able to spend her last days at home where she belonged. May God Bless you all for putting her before all others but now it was time for God to take your Mother home. Many prayers to give you the strength that you need at this very difficult time and the emptiness that you must be feeling in your hearts right now.

  4. Toutes mes sincères sympathies à toi Allan et à Joanne. Ta mère était une personne très chaleureuse qui aimait énormément la compagnie. Tu l’as manqueras sûrement beaucoup, surtout vos appels téléphoniques chaque semaines mais elle sera toujours avec toi dans ton cœur. Elle peut maintenant se reposer en paix et en solitude. Je pense à vous et je vous aime beaucoup.

  5. Patty and Paul and Family we offer our heartfelt condolences for your loss. Your mother was a vibrant person who loved life. Our prayers go out to give you the strength to get through these difficult times. I know that your feeling emptiness now but look forward to all the fantastic memories you have of your Mother and the many years you were able to share with her. Thoughts always.

  6. Sending my condolences…. Glad to hear she went peacefully and was surrounded by family, in the comfort of home. Hearing Great Aunt Ev’s voice always reminded me of an old time movie star. She was the sweetest of the siblings, and was always kind and curious with me. The annual pie productions with Grama Jean were legendary affairs, and we all enjoyed the “fruits” of their labour and talent. I hope you will cherish fond memories, and take comfort in them. xxo ~ Kate (Cathie)

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