Evelyn Britton Young

August 30, 1929 - March 31, 2010

08/30/1929 - 03/31/2010

Past Services

Visitation
Friday April 02, 2010
7:00 am - 8:30 pm

Service
Saturday April 03, 2010
2:00 pm

Additional Information:

The interment will follow the service at Aulander Cemetery in Aulander, North Carolina. The Rev. Ed Drew and Rev. Jerry Johnson will be officiating the service.

Evelyn Britton Young, age 80, died at Pitt County Memorial Hospital on Wednesday, March 31, 2010. Evelyn was born August 30, 1929 a native of Northampton County. She was a member of Zion Methodist Church. Evelyn married Joseph ‘Jack’ Young on August 21, 1948 and they made their home in Aulander. She loved her family very much and was very dedicated to providing them with her love. Evelyn loved gardening and comforting family and friends with her home cooking.

Preceding her in death are her mother and father, Rosalind and Johnnie Britton, her husband, Joseph ‘Jack’ Young, a son Joseph L. ‘Joe’ Young, a grandson, Joey Young, two sisters, Eva Mae Jones and Jessica Baugham, a brother, Johnnie Clyde Britton, Jr.

Survivors include daughters, Brenda Bowen and her husband Cleve of Woodland, Shelia Conner of Aulander and Son in Law, Ray Conner of Woodland, Sherry Young and Earl Hurdle of Aulander, one son, Grover Young of Aulander, also surviving are ten grandchildren, Tonya Bowen, Tina Bryant, David, Deago and Dewayne Conner, Cody Hurdle, Bo, Kelly and Lou Young, along with twelve Great Grandchildren.

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Penny Ratzlaff, RN
12 years ago

I saw your mother as a home health nurse for years. I was sad to learn of her passing. Miss Evelyn was a wonderful person. She was very loving and very caring. She was one of the kindest people I have ever met. I know she will be greatly missed. And, to the family, take comfort in the great care that you provided for her. Miss Evelyn had a very caring family also.

Tonya Louise Bowen
12 years ago

Eyes Fixed To The Skies

God’s calling for you in his home

I want you to know, you didn’t leave us alone.

The words that you left behind will carry us on,

And by no surprise, the tears crept from my eyes

Drawn out by the memories my mind supplied.

And though I feel like my heart will burst,

and these feelings will turn to rust,

And though this time is awfully rough,

And I know this won’t count for much,

But part of us is made from your blood

And for me, that is more than enough.

And when each blue sky greets me,

I will be reminded of your eyes, so lovely,

And with each breath of spring’s fresh air

I will be reminded of your curls of blond hair

And when the sun beams down to warm my skin

I will be reminded of the hugs you wrapped me in

And when every winter drops it’s gentle snow

I will be reminded of your sweet, soft voice and know

That in every thing of beauty, I will find another part of you

And that will keep my eyes fixed to the skies, smiling at you .

-David Ray Conner Jr. 4/1/10