Obit: Neverman, Eva L. (1877 - 1928)

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----Source: NEILLSVILLE PRESS (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 07/05/1928

Neverman, Eva L. (29 MAR 1877 - 1 JUL 1928)

Mrs. Max Neverman passed away at her home on South Hewett St. at 8:15 o'clock Sunday evening, July 1, 1928, aged 51 years, 3 months and 2 days. She had been in poor health for some time and on April 23 had undergone a surgical operation at the hospital, but it was discovered that there was no hope for her permanent recovery. She was brought home and kindly cared for by her family and friends until death came as a release from her sufferings. During all her sickness she was patient and loving with all about her.

Mrs. Neverman's maiden name was Eva Laura Wedding, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Wedding deceased. She was born in the town of Levis, Clark County, March 29, 1877 and lived practically all her life here. On Nov. 18, 1898, she was married to Max Neverman, who survives her. Mrs. Neverman was a good wife and loving mother, a kind and helpful neighbor, and always ready to lend a helping hand in the church and community work. She was a faithful member of the Presbyterian Church, the Royal Neighbors Lodge and the Woman's Relief Corps.

She leaves, besides her husband, to mourn her death, five children: Louis of Neillsville, Irma, Mrs. Harry Rossman of Waukesha, Cyril of Neillsville and Meade and Margaret at home. She leaves also two brothers, Lew and Henry in the state of Washington, two sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Seymour of Minneapolis and Mrs. Della Oettinger of Lacona, Wis. Also a step-mother, Mrs. James Wedding and a half-brother, Jimmie, and a half-sister, Cora, in Washington.

Those from a distance who are here to attend the funeral are Mrs. Seymour and Mrs. Oettinger, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rossman and two of Mr. Neverman's sisters, Mrs. Louis Ellinson and Mrs. Ella Fash of Chicago.

The funeral will be held Thursday at 2 o'clock p.m. at the Presbyterian Church, Rev. Charles A. Rawson officiating.

As South Hewett St. is closed on account of paving, the remains were taken to the Schiller undertaking rooms where friends may call previous to the funeral hour.



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