Evelyn Vivian (Bettiol) Weidmann

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Evelyn Vivian (Bettiol) Weidmann

June 24, 1933 - November 29, 2018

Evelyn Vivian (Bettiol) Weidmann ROSEVILLE, Calif. - Evelyn Vivian (Bettiol) Weidmann, formerly of Loudonville, passed away Nov. 29, 2018, at the age of 85 years.
She was born June 24, 1933, in Kortright.
Evelyn is survived by son, Kurt (Courtney) and their children, Campbell and Augusta; and son, Brian (Lisa) and their children, Ian and Emma. She is also survived by brother, Edward (Carol) Bettiol; and sister, Helen (Jack) Herrmann.
She is predeceased by her husband, David Weidmann.
Evelyn graduated high school from Stamford Central in 1950 and continued on to complete an associate degree from the State University of New York at Cobleskill in 1952.
She worked in the test kitchen of Borden Dairy Company and helped run the Syracuse University student dining facility. Later in life, she was a property manager. Evelyn lived modestly, but enjoyed travel to Italy several times starting in 1959 with her sister Helen. She was a longtime volunteer for Make-A-Wish and had a passion for Notre Dame football and Siena basketball. Evelyn was devoted to her family.
Remarkably, she passed away on the birthday of her beloved mother, Dora, who she looked after for many years. She revered her parents, Victor and Dora, who raised their children with the practical virtues of Italian immigrant farmers that survived the challenges of the Great Depression. Although she lived most of her life in New York State, Evelyn felt blessed to spend her final years in a supportive community of family and friends in Roseville, California. She leaves behind loved ones across the country who will remember her generosity, practicality, spirit and gratitude.
Services will be performed at Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church, Stamford, in the spring.
Memorial donations may be made to the Wounded Warrior Project, Make-A-Wish, or the MD Anderson Cancer Center.
Published on December 3, 2018
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