BILLINGSS GAZETTE Friday, September 19, 2003

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Cowell, Evalyn Floe (Frisvold)

HARLEM - Evalyn Floe (Frisvold) Cowell, 72, who farmed and ranched near Harlem with her husband, Gene, died Sept. 17, 2003, at Northern Montana Hospital in Havre due to natural causes. Funeral services will be Saturday at 11 a.m. in the Harlem High School Little Gymnasium with burial following in the Harlem Cemetery. Evalyn was born in Sidney, Mont., on Nov. 3, 1930, to John and Nellie (Knauts) Frisvold. She was the youngest of their four daughters. Since her father worked for the Great Northern Railroad and moved frequently, she lived at various times in Richey, Hobson and Hogeland. By 1942, she was living in Harlem, and she graduated from Harlem High School in 1948. Evalyn married Gene Cowell on Sept. 1, 1948, in Chinook. While he was overseas in the U.S. Navy, she lived with her sister in Auburn, Wash., returning to Harlem in 1950. Evalyn was a charter member of the American Lutheran Church of Harlem and served for many years on the board of the Harlem Public Library. Survivors include a son, John Cowell of Harlem; daughters Gerri (Al) Sternberg of Havre, Pattie Cowell of LaPorte, Colo.; sister, Dorotha (Don) Taylor of Mesa, Ariz.; grandchildren, Jenny (Adam) Jelinek of Grand Rapids, Mich., and Luke Sternberg of Ann Arbor, Mich. She was preceded in death by her husband Gene in November 1993; sisters Marge Miller and Imogene Watson, and daughter-in-law Patty (Bruss) Cowell.

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GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE Friday, September 19, 2003

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Evalyn Floe Cowell

 

HARLEM -- Evalyn Floe (Frisvold) Cowell, 72, who farmed and ranched near Harlem, died of natural causes Wednesday at a Havre hospital.

Her funeral is 11 a.m. Saturday at the Harlem High School gym, with burial in Harlem Cemetery. Edwards Funeral Home of Chinook is in charge of arrangements.

Survivors include a son, John Cowell of Harlem; daughters Gerri (Al) Sternberg of Havre and Pattie Cowell of LaPorte, Colo.; a sister, Dorotha (Don) Taylor of Mesa, Ariz.; and grandchildren Jenny (Adam) Jelinek of Grand Rapids, Mich., and Luke Sternberg of Ann Arbor, Mich.

Evalyn was born in Sidney, Mont., on Nov. 3, 1930, to John and Nellie (Knauts) Frisvold. She was the youngest of their four daughters. Because her father worked for the Great Northern Railroad and moved frequently, she lived at various times in Richey, Hobson, and Hogeland. By 1942, she was living in Harlem, and she graduated from Harlem High School in 1948.

Evalyn married Gene Cowell on Sept. 1, 1948, in Chinook. While he was overseas in the U.S. Navy, she lived with her sister in Auburn, Washington, returning to Harlem in 1950. Evalyn was a charter member of the American Lutheran Church of Harlem, and served for many years on the board of the Harlem Public Library.

She was preceded in death by her husband Gene in November, 1993; sisters Marge Miller and Imogene Watson; and daughter-in-law Patty (Bruss) Cowell.

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HAVRE DAILY NEWS Friday, September 19, 2003

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EVALYN COWELL


Cowell

HARLEM - Evalyn Floe (Frisvold) Cowell, 72, who farmed and ranched near Harlem, died Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2003, at a Havre hospital due to natural causes.

A funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday in the Harlem High School little gymnasium with burial following in the Harlem Cemetery.

Evalyn was born in Sidney on Nov. 3, 1930, to John and Nellie (Knauts) Frisvold. Since her father worked for the Great Northern Railway and moved frequently, she lived at various times in Richey, Hobson and Hogeland. By 1942, she was living in Harlem. She graduated from Harlem High School in 1948.

Evalyn married Gene Cowell on Sept. 1, 1948, in Chinook. While he was overseas in the U.S. Navy, she lived with her sister in Auburn, Wash., and returned to Harlem in 1950.

Evalyn was a charter member of the American Lutheran Church of Harlem, and served for many years on the board of the Harlem Public Library.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Gene, in November 1993; sisters, Marge Miller and Imogene Watson; and daughter-in-law, Patty (Bruss) Cowell.

Survivors include her son, John Cowell of Harlem; daughters, Gerri (Al) Sternberg of Havre and Pattie Cowell of LaPorte, Colo.; sister, Dorotha (Don) Taylor of Mesa, Ariz.; grandchildren, Jenny (Adam) Jelinek of Grand Rapids, Mich., and Luke Sternberg of Ann Arbor, Mich.

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