Imogene E. Evaston, 86, died Friday July 21, 2017 at Pleasant View Retirement Community, Manheim PA after a lengthy illness.
Imogene retired from Precision Machine Company where she had been employed for 37 years.
She was married to Andrew F. Evaston who preceded her in death in 1980.
She was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church, Lancaster PA.
Born in Lancaster PA she was the daughter of the late William McComsey and Elizabeth Eckman McComsey.
She is survived by two children, Shawn Evaston husband of Christine, Myrtle Beach SC and Meghan Beck wife of Robert, York Haven PA, two grandchildren Kaitlin Evaston of Myrtle Beach SC and Erin Reed wife of Jeff, York PA and two great grandchildren.
In addition to her children she is survived by one brother, Herbert McComsey, husband of Shela, Washington Boro PA. She was preceded in death by two brothers, Jan McComsey and William McComsey Jr., and one sister Carolyn Fuhrer.
Friends and family are invited to share in a Celebration of Life service in the chapel at Pleasant View Retirement Community , 554 N Penryn Rd., Manheim PA on Friday July 28 at 11am.
Dear Meghan and Shawn, I am so sorry to hear about your mom. I don’t know if you would remember me but my mom , Mrs. Lorrain Roberts use to watch you guys. Just wanted to let you know that I (we’re) thinking of you. Your mom was a really nice person. Take care and God Bless.
Thank you Donna, that was a lot of years ago, your memory is so much better than mine. Your mom always treated us great and we had great summertime.
I wish to express my deepest sympathy to Imogene’s family. She was one of my very dearest friends. I have so many wonderful memories of the times we spent together. I wish I could hop on an airplane and be there for the Celebration of Her Life. I will be there in spirit.
Thank you Annie. I had tried to get in contact with you years ago. I was unable to find an address or phone number. I know the two of you shared good times. She had a great life and before the Alzheimer’s she spoke of you and Vrain often. Good Bless You and Your Family!
Thinking of you at a time of great loss. Sorry we will be away and not be there for you. Robert and Roberta.
Roberta and Bob, thank you. Remember, you always have a friend in Myrtle Beach.