Funeral Services for Evelyn Waddell, 94, of Cicero, will be held Monday at 10 A.M. at Mount Auburn Cemetery in Stickney, IL. Ms. Waddell died on Saturday July 21, 2018 at Sunrise Senior Living in Lombard, IL. Services will be followed by a funeral luncheon at Maggianos Little Italy 1847 Freedom Drive in Naperville. Evelyn Chan Waddell was born on May 23, 1924 in Chicago, IL, the daughter of Kung Chan and Yung Shee. On January 14, 1945 she married Walter Waddell in Chicago, IL. Ms. Waddell worked at American Can Company for 33 years before retiring in 1985. She was a crossword aficionado and an avid sports fan, and especially loved watching the White Sox and Bears. Survivors include her daughters, Sharon (William) Osuch and Linda Novak; one son Walter Waddell III; one brother Robert (Edith) Chan; five grandchildren, Robert, Elaine, and Paul (Uriah) and Liana (Jeffrey) and Jenna; three great-grandchildren, Cameron, Caden and Nathan; seven nieces and nephews, Gary (Tauna) and Lisa; Warren (Mei) and Stewart (Geneva), Audrey (Matt) and Melissa (Matt), Wendy and their ten children. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband. two sisters, Soo Hing Chan and Mabel Fuqua; four brothers, Jimmo Chan, Nimmo Chan, Bing Chan and John Chan and nephew Russell Chan. On line condolences may be left to the family at www.westsuburbanfh.com. Info 630-852-8000
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Aunt Evelyn was Mom’s best friend growing up in addition to being first cousins.
My favorite picture is Evelyn and Dorothy posing for a picture on a Chicago street. Whenever I visited Chicago in my younger days, I would meet up with Linda (we’re the same age) as all my cousins were younger than me. I would go to Aunt Evelyn’s to meet up with Linda. Many fond memories. I’m glad I was able to visit last spring and see her enjoying the steamed Char sui bows. I’m thankful I got an opportunity to visit again last Friday as I will not be able to attend her service.
Our condolences to all the family…
Love you all!
Maureen (& Frank)
Heart felt sympathy for your loved one. I’m sure she left some lovely memories, hang on to those.