Evelyn Sappenfield Boyko
May 18, 1921 - January 3, 2017
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Evelyn Sappenfield Boyko Evelyn Sappenfield Boyko passed away Jan 3, 2017. Born on May 18, 1921 in High Point, N.C. to Myrtle and Edward Vaughn. She was predeceased by her parents and three brothers Joseph, Clyde and Robert Vaughn. She eloped at the age of 16 with her sweetheart- Fred Sappenfield. They had three children-…

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Lori Andersen left a message on January 4, 2017:
Rest peacefully, dear Evelyn. You were everybody's Mamaw, never met a stranger, lived your life with an open heart and mind, your glass was always half full, you were an inspiration to all, a legend, the center of our universe, the hub of our wheel, our friend, confidant, the one we looked up to as to how to live our lives, you were a truly beautiful soul and you will be missed beyond words. Until we meet again, keep those pathways to Heaven swept clean for us......
Christy Crews left a message on January 3, 2017:
RIP my beautiful Mam-ma. As much as I will miss having you here, I know you are where you wanted to be. Give my Mom lot's of love from all her kids and grandkids. I'm so happy you are there together, as well as many others who already left us. You were an amazing grandmother, friend, example of a fine woman, I will miss you everyday but I know you are in great hands and will be our newest beautiful angel. Rest in peace and love. xoxoxo
Patricia Weimer left a message on January 3, 2017:
Mamaw you will be missed very much. As your grandson says you Loved everyone you met. I am very glad to have been able to have known you. Rest in Peace until we meet again. Love Patti Weimer
Steve Crews left a message on January 3, 2017:
The most amazing woman, and even better Grandmother I could have ever asked for. Mamaw was integral in our lives from the minute we were born and was just as important the day she left this world. She loved everyone she met and was the picture of unconditional love towards all people! I tell people often of the diverse groups of friends that both she and my Mom had, it is how we were all meant to live!! I can only hope to make her as proud of me as I am to be her FAVORITE grandchild!!
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