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Evelyn Anne Larin

October 21, 1946 — July 2, 2024


Evelyn Anne Larin (nee Perry), was born on October 21, 1946, in the picturesque town of Summerside, Prince Edward Island. She passed away on July 2, 2024, at the Ottawa Civic Hospital after a long battle with cancer.

Evelyn led a fulfilling life where she dedicated herself to building a happy family and spreading joy wherever she went. She had a part-time job at the dry cleaners and was known for her warm personality that instantly drew people to her. Her quick wit, infectious laughter, and ability to bring smiles to those around her made it impossible not to like her. The impact she had on others is immeasurable, as reflected in Gary's sentiment that words cannot express how much she will be missed.

In her free time, Evelyn enjoyed spoiling her grandchildren, playing darts, and visiting the casino. These hobbies brought her great joy and added extra brightness to her already vibrant personality.

Evelyn is survived by her spouse Gary, daughter Tracey, grandsons Andrew and Cameron, great grand-daughter Ashaya. She is also survived by her sisters Marie Pineau and Doreen Hood along with numerous nieces and nephews from both the Perry and Larin families. Among her surviving family members are in-laws Judy and Don Van Dusen, Janet and Jason Roth, Wayne and Nancy Macdonald, Carolyn and Alex Kremer, Michael and Cheryl Larin.

Evelyn was predeceased by her son Scott. She was also predeceased by brothers Roy, Enzor, Billy, Donald, sister Marcella, mother Sophie, father Lloyd.

Evelyn will be dearly missed by her friends  Ida and Gary, Pat and Ken, Barry and Alexis, Ashley, Manuel and children, Tom and Therese, Mike and Erica, Ghis and Helen, Tom and Colleen.

Evelyn's legacy of love, laughter, and kindness will continue to live on through all those she touched.. She will forever be remembered for her unwavering positivity and genuine care for others.

May her memory be a blessing to all who knew her.

In lieu of flowers, donations to the Canadian Cancer Society would be greatly appreciated. 


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