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Eva E. Nafie
01/21/1933 — 06/18/2002
From Prosser, WA, US | Born in Spokane, Washington
Eva E. Nafie
Eva E. Nafie, a long time resident of Prosser, passed away Tuesday June 18, 2002, at Sun Terrace Assisted Living.
Eva was born in the Spokane area January 21, 1933. She spent her youth growing up in and around Davenport, WA where she attended school and eventually went to beauty school.
In 1954, she married L. D. Hall and move to the Tri-Cities where their 7 children were born. She spent most of her life in the Benton/Franklin county area as a homemaker and mother, later enjoying watching her grandchildren grow.
Eva was a very kind and compassionate lady always sending cards both to cheer or comfort given the situation. She was very creative with her hands. Many will remember her beautiful crochet work as she often made doilies for gifts.
She was a member of the Lutheran Church in Prosser and enjoyed the fellowship and Bible studies the church offered. She appreciated Gods great gifts such as the trees, flowers and the beach.
Eva is survived by 5 of her children, Dalene S. Welch, Frank M. Hall, Bonnie I. Clausen, Steven E. Hall and Anna M. Smith; 12 grandchildren; 2 great grandchildren; 3 brothers, Bob Hollis, Jack Hollis and Eldred Hollis; and 4 sisters, Ilene Johnston, Patty Greggory, Donna McDowell and Carol Pring.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Robert E. Nafie, her parents, 2 brothers, 2 sisters and 2 children, Terry A. Hall and Deena Ray Carnahan.
Funeral services will be held Monday, June 24, 2002, at 1:00 p.m. at Einans Funeral Home. Interment will follow in Sunset Memorial Gardens.
In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in Evas memory to Lower Valley Hospice, 3920 Outlook Rd. Sunnyside, WA 98944 or Lutheran Church Messiah, Missouri Synod, 801 Luther LN, Prosser, WA 99350.
God bless you Mother, today, tomorrow always!
Time can only add to a mothers kindness and worth And years can only prove that shes the dearest one on earth! Helen Stiner Rice
We love you Mom!
I will remember Eva’s kind and caring personality. I enjoyed our get-togethers playing Skip-Bo and how she taught me to play dominoes. I even beat her at Chickenfoot once or twice. I will miss her.
I will dearly miss the wonderful things she has done for me. I have many wonderful things to pass on to Quinton about his loving and caring great-grandma. Love Amakins and Slugger
I will dearly miss you and all of the loving prayers that you have said to me. Not only were you a dear friend from before Sun Terrace, but you were just like a mother to me. I will never forget the kind talks that we have had. You have taught me a great lot. I can remember all of the walks that you and Elliot use to go on in the halls. You were so kind to all that knew you and you will be dearly missed. I will always remember the kindness of cards and your caring heart that you have given me and all the residents.
We know that you are with God and all of those that you love.You will never be forgotton and I will dearly miss you for all your love and smiles.
Love forever and Always
until we meet again
Cheryl and Jaimie
You have always been there with your encouraging cards and letters.You will be in our memory for ever.Diana and Steven also send their love. We know you are with God and everyone you love, celebrating your reunion in the presense of God in his trinity.Until we meet again we send with you our love.
Birgit,Diana, and Steven