Condolences for Ruby Evelyn Crandol

Helena Mulligan posted on 6/8/20

Although I did not know Evelyn for a long time she always had a smile and time to chat. Her presence will be missed at Epes Elementary school. My thoughts and prayers are with Evelyn and her family and friends.


Deborah McEaddy posted on 6/8/20

Another angel has earned her wings. Evelyn will truly be missed. I've enjoyed her pleasant personality, her beautiful smile and the many talks we've had at Epes Elementary school. Condolences to Paul, Tina and the family. Praying God gives you the strength and comfort needed during this time of bereavement.


Lori Lucy posted on 6/7/20

I have fond memories of working with Evelyn from 1982-1986 at the NRRO (Newport News Shipbuilding). Evelyn and I worked closely as secretaries for the 25+ persons in the office. She was very dedicated to the office & really enjoyed bringing in homemade goodies for each holiday for the office to enjoy! May Evelyn Rest in Peace with our God.


Pat Kline posted on 6/7/20

I am so sorry to hear of Evelyn's passing. I really enjoyed chatting with her at the end of the day in the hallway as she waited to pick up her grandaughter and I waited for the walkers. She was always helping Tina with book fair, PTA, or anything else we needed. I missed seeing her this year. My deepest sympathies, my prayers and thoughts are sent to the entire family. She will be so missed at Epes Elementary. It won't be the same without her. Pat Kline



Carrie Cariglio posted on 6/7/20

I will always remember just seeing Evelyn at countless school events to support children and events to support teachers. She always had a smile for me and she was always available for a chat. I am sad to hear of her passing. She will be greatly missed. My deepest condolences to her family.


William Duer posted on 6/6/20

Evelyn you so much. You were a very big part of our family. We loved having You and Mom on our trip to California and our vacations in Nags Head tose were moments we still cherish. You will always be missed by the Duer and Vassar families.