Rose Addington Obituary

Rose "Evelyn" Addington

October 26, 1921 - September 1, 2015
Born in Orchards, WA
Resided in La Pine, OR


Rose "Evelyn" Addington of La Pine, OR, passed away on Tuesday, September 1, 2015 at the age of 93.

Evelyn was born on October 26, 1921 in Orchards, Washington to Eduardo & Della (Burnett) Hansen. She married Johnny Samuel "Jack" Ross on July 31, 1941 in Vancouver, WA. During WWII as an Army wife, Evelyn helped in the war efforts by repairing welding machines at the Keizer Shipyards in Vancouver, WA. Just a few short years later on December 5, 1950, Jack died suddenly in his sleep at the age of 31. Then a couple years later she met and married, Ernest Lloyd "Ernie" Addington in 1952 in Roseburg, OR. Together Ernie and Evelyn had five children, four sons and one daughter. She loved being a mom and homemaker. Over the years she worked in many various jobs; librarian, forest service, switchboard operator, and foster grandparent at grade school. Evelyn loved working in her yard and flower beds, and enjoyed making and showing yard art. She was a past member of La Pine Pentecostal Church.

Evelyn is survived by three sons, Lloyd Addington of Portland, OR, Dave (wife, Rebecca) Addington of Prineville, OR, Gary Addington of Christmas Valley, OR; her daughter, Janet (husband, Larry) Berry of La Pine, OR; two grandchildren, Jeremy (wife, Jennifer) Addington, and Liana (husband, John) Youker; and two great-grandchildren, Anthony Addington and Lacey Squires. She was preceded in death by her parents, both husbands, and one son, Alan Addington.




Graveside Service
La Pine Community Cemetery
17425 Reed Rd.
La Pine, OR 97739
Tuesday, September 8, 2015
2:00 PM
Private Family Viewing


Heart 'n Home Hospice - La Pine
PO Box 3540
La Pine, OR 97739
Heart 'n Home is a locally owned and family operated company since establishment in March of 2004. Our core philosophy is to optimize the quality of life for individuals in the final stages of terminal illness. Providing hospice and palliative care in Idaho and Oregon.