Evelyn Mae Fett was born January 18th, 1932 in Adams County, Iowa and died February 23rd, 2019 in Poulsbo, WA at the age of 87.
Evelyn’s father William Forrest Mc Gregor and her mother Mildred Charlotte had 3 daughters and they were raised in Corning Iowa. Evelyn graduated from NW Missouri State and took a job in San Francisco near where Darrell Fett was stationed in the Air Force. They were married August 1954 in Corning Iowa. He graduated from college at CU in Boulder, Colorado and went to work in Syracuse New York where Daughter Janice and Son Douglas were born. His job transferred him to Oklahoma City for a short time then to Phoenix, AZ, back to upstate New York then back to Arizona where Janice and Douglas graduated from high school. In 1979 they moved to Minneapolis MN and finally, in 1992 to Port Ludlow.
She loved Washington state and her family as well as her friends. She was active in League of Women Voters, played bridge, went to concerts and book club, as well as doing volunteer work. Locally she volunteered at Chimacum schools as well as in the Hospital Gift shop. She was active at Community United Methodist Church in Port Hadlock. She authored a cook book and was a great cook. She enjoyed her nightly glass of wine, hosting dinner or card parties and was great help cooking for and cleaning up at the many potlucks around Port Ludlow. She was active on the golf course and played in the Ladies Golf League many years.
She was preceded in death by her parents, sisters, and two nephews. She is survived by Darrell Fett, her husband of 64 years; her Daughter Janice Fischer of Port Hadlock; Son Doug Fett (Carole) of Lake Stevens; Janice’s son Jesse Fischer (Christina), his two daughters Makenzie and Madison; Doug’s children Leslie Taylor (Jeff) and Trevor Fett.
She will be dearly missed. Services were officiated by Scott Rosekrans, Pastor of United Methodist Church in Port Hadlock and took place Monday March 4th, 2019 at Beck’s Tribute Center, Edmonds, WA. Graveside service and burial followed at Restlawn Memorial Park, Edmonds, WA.