Obituary of EVELYN NEAPEW
RED THUNDERBIRD WOMAN
It is with great sadness we announce the sudden passing of our loving wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother Evelyn Neapew (Red Thunderbird Woman). She passed June 6th, 2022 with her loving husband Richard by her side. She leaves to mourn her passing and forever treasure her memory: her husband of over 30 years Richard, her children; Tracy (Gord), Terry (Tracy), Allan (Lydia), Joseph (Trina) step children; Wilson (Denise), Noella (Michael), Melissa (Michael) and Tyler (Amanda).
Her grandchildren Vincent (Chelsea), David (Justice), Alyssa (Jaden), Tristan, Destinee (Marcel), Elidda (Derek), Elden, Eleah, Elias, Elenna, Elend, Elora, Elynn, Eliya, Mila, Kaitlyn, Ethan, Elijah, Evannah, Joshua, Aubrey, Madison (Nolan), Mackenzie, Keith (Jeanette), Gabriel, Jamie (Evander), Hailey (Marcus), Hannah (Joel), Jenna, Mikey, Kayliani, Kellan.
Her great-grandchildren Kailey, Cecelia, Savanah, Madison, Raelee, Nemiah, Layla, Karter, Kalix, Kameron, Elaya, Elliot, Sterling, Simon, Jeremy, Xavier, Marcito, Rosalia, Bow and Willow.
She will be dearly missed by her siblings Liza, Vicky, Debbie (Reg) and Dennis. Her in-laws Johnny (Geraldine), Billy (Mert), Vivian (Melvin), Shirley, Freda, Fred (Nancy) and Georgina (Lyle). She will also be missed by many family, friends and relatives.
She was predeceased by her parents Ida and Jean-Baptiste Pangman, her mother-in-law Irene Watson (Fred), her siblings Clara, Melva, Julia, Clifford and Joe; Her granddaughter who she missed dearly Renee.
Evelyn was born January 9th, 1954 in Winnipegosis, Manitoba. She lived her childhood in Camperville, Manitoba then later moved to Winnipeg.
She was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother and great grandmother. She enjoyed spending time with her children and grandchildren. She often babysat her grandchildren so the children can attend school and further their education. She had a few odd jobs throughout the years. She started a part time job at Urban Circle Training Centre which later became full time where she worked for over 10 years until she was unable to work anymore. She enjoyed being part of the community and spending time with the students. She also enjoyed being at home with her husband doing numerous puzzles.
As per her wishes there is no funeral service being held. She will be cremated and will be buried with a short graveside service at a later date. Thank you to everyone for the support and continuous prayers you have provided our families. Thank you to Cropo Funeral Chapel for their assistance. We miss and love you wife, mom, grandma and gg.
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