Evylena Vallee (Powders) Schubarth
1926 - 2020
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January 4, 1926
July 16, 2020
Evylena (94) was a resident of Colorado Springs for 51 years and was formerly a resident of Marengo, Iowa. She worked in Civil Service for 40 years and also loved her work with United Artist and Cinemark Theatres.
Evylena was born on January 4, 1926 to Pete Melvin Powders and Ethel Marie Cowan in Powersville, MO. She was married on June 23, 1954 to Garth Eldie Ridenour and remarried to Donald J. Schubarth on November 8, 1972. Both preceded her in death.
She is survived by her children, Christine M. Hause (Philip) and Sandra C. Bailey (Robert), her sister: Virginia Mills, her Granddaughter: Laura V. Brown (Robert) and her Great-Grandchildren: Madelynn V. Brown and Kenton T. Brown.
She was a member of St. Paul's United Methodist Church for 51 years and dedicated many years to teaching Sunday School.
Due to the concerns with COVID-19, a private memorial service was held at Shrine of Remembrance.

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Published in The Gazette from Aug. 1 to Aug. 9, 2020.
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August 5, 2020
I will miss her very very much. She was a great lady and the stories she would tell was so interesting. She loved to talk about her family especially her great great grandchildren. She was a shopper and she would love to buy things for my son and some other kids at the theater. She was the very stubborn and sweet at the same time. She never took no for an answer and that is what made her fearless and I admired that about her. I miss you and you will always have a big part in my heart. I love you and thank you for being an inspiration. God bless you!!
Tanya Fenner
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