Evelyn Marie McClellan Berry © Cheyenne Star 08 Nov 2007 Submitted by: Wanda Purcell
Evelyn Marie McClellan Berry was born July 44, 1956 at Elk City, Oklahoma to Clyde McClellan and Rena McClellan. She passed away November 4, 2007 after a short battle with cancer.
Evelyn was raised and spent most of her life in Cheyenne, Oklahoma. She has lived the passed 12 years in Lebanon, Oklahoma.
She worked as a waitress. She loved to be around people and enjoyed spending time with her family and friends.
She also loved going to the lake and camping. She spent as much time as she could at Lake Murray.
Survivors include her companion, Anthony Bundrick of Lebanon, Oklahoma; one daughter, Stephanie James and husband Rodney; two grandchildren, Ashley James and Jessie James, all of Seymour, Texas; her mother, Rena McClellan of Elk City, Oklahoma; one sister Ramona McClellan of Elk City, Oklahoma; and one brother Harold McClellan of Cheyenne, Oklahoma.
A memorial will be held in Strong City, Oklahoma at the Strong City Baptist Church at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday November 10, 2007.
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