\r\n\r\nEvelyn K Sevey Tame, our red-headed angel, passed away peacefully in the presence of loving family members on July 18, 2021. She was a loving mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, and caregiver. She was born in Salt Lake City, Utah in 1936 to James Franklin and Mary Irene Sevey, the second youngest of five children. She married Eldon F. Tame in 1960 in the Salt Lake City Temple.\r\n \r\nIn her younger years, Evelyn worked as a soda fountain girl and telephone operator. She was a skilled baker, making several wedding and birthday cakes for her loved ones throughout the years. She was a talented quilter, seamstress, wood carver, and tole painter with an enthusiasm for Santa Claus. Evelyn often embodied a Christ- like spirit of giving, hosting numerous family gatherings and creating handmade treasures for her loved ones. She was an active member of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers; and for several years, she belonged to painter’s group her family called The Santa Ladies.\r\n \r\nEvelyn shared over 60 cherished years of marriage with her husband, Eldon. She also spent several decades as a caregiver to her father-in-law and disabled son, Jeff. Evelyn was a faithful member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and she served in numerous callings throughout her life. Her family is greatly appreciative of her service to her loved ones and the time she spent teaching and passing on her creative talents to family members.\r\n \r\nShe is survived by her children: Laurie (Rob), Danette (Will), Floyd (Sherrie), Brad (Connie), Trisha (Richard), and Jeff; their 21 grandchildren and 24 great-grandchildren. Evelyn was preceded in death by her husband, Eldon Floyd Tame; her parents; her brothers, James, Donald, and Ronald; sister, Mary; and grandchild, Floyd Bryce Tame Jr.\r\n \r\nEvelyn’s family would like to thank the Ashford Assisted Living Administration and CNA’s for their service. Evelyn referred to the staff as her angels. Her family would also like to thank the nurses and CNA’s at Inspiration Hospice for their kindness and service to her in her last hours.