Evelyn M. Donath

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Evelyn M. Donath, 96, of Wallingford, passed away at Masonicare on October 14, 2015. She was the wife of the late Otto W. Donath. Born in New Haven on February 19, 1919 to the late Harold & Iva Clark Clark. Evelyn will be remembered by her daughter, Evelyn Montano & her husband James of Cheshire; daughter-in-law, Ruth Nagy & her husband James of Wallingford; nine grandchildren, many great- grandchildren and several nieces & nephews. Predeceased by her brothers, Howard & Herbert Clark. Evelyn was a member for 67 years of the Mystic Chapter #20, O.E.S. and a Past Matron. She was also a member of Alice Chapter #76, O.E.S. and on the advisory board of Evergreen Assembly, International Order of Rainbow for Girls, and a member of the White Shrine of Jerusalem. Also, a former Girl Scout and Brownie Leader and a Cub Scout Den Mother. For many years she was a volunteer at Masonicare, was a member of the Mother's Club, 50/50 Club, and the NCT National Camping Travelers. Evelyn was also a longtime member of the Mt. Carmel Congregational Church. Friends are invited to visit with her family on Friday, October 16th from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. at BEECHER & BENNET, 2300 Whitney Ave, Hamden. An Eastern Star Service will be held at 7:00 p.m. Her Funeral Service will be Celebrated on Saturday morning at 11:00 a.m. in the funeral home followed by a burial in Centerville Cemetery. Contributions in Evelyn's memory may be sent to Mt. Carmel Congregational Church, 3284 Whitney Ave, Hamden, CT 06518.

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  1. To the family and many friends of Evelyn Donath, our deep condolences, thoughts and prayers to all on her passing. She was a great gal and shall always be fondly remembered with love by our family. May she always RIP with the angels! We will miss you Evie!

  2. I am so very sorry that this world has lost dear Evelyn, one of the sweetest people God ever created. May she rest in peace in His loving arms. Hugs, Judy

  3. On behalf of Girl Scouts of Connecticut, we offer

    our condolences for the passing of your loved one, who was a sister in Girl

    Scouting. Her dedication to girls was laudable and respected by all. We offer

    you our sincerest thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.


    Mary Barneby, CEO

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