In loving memory of

Berta Evelyn Fredrickson
August 29, 1926 - February 8, 2020

Evelyn Fredrickson, our beloved Mother passed away on February 8, 2020, in Kyle, Texas at the age of 93. Evelyn was born in Austin, Texas on August 29, 1926, to Arch and Berta Goslin.

Evelyn married Wm. Weldon Fredrickson on October 14, 1949, at the West Austin Baptist Church and they had two children - Gregg Weldon Fredrickson (Debbie) and Kay Fredrickson Olson (Lenny).

Weldon died before any of their grandchildren and great grandchildren were born. Evelyn made up for his loss. She never missed a sporting event or dance competition of her grandchildren. Evelyn was known as Evie, Mom, Auntie & Granny.

Evelyn is survived by 5 grandchildren and their spouses: Travis Weldon Randig,(Alisha), Trent Michael Randig (Lacey), Aaron Matney Fredrickson (Mari), Eric Gregg Fredrickson (Natalie), Abby Marie Fredrickson Bridges (Allen). She also survived by 9 Great-grandchildren and a little girl on the way. She is also survived by her sister-in-law Juanita Frederickson.

She is preceded in death by her husband Weldon Fredrickson, her parents Arch & Berta Goslin, sister Patsy Eilers and husband Metz, brother A.O Goslin and wife Mickey.

After retiring from the State of Texas at the age of 61, she spent most of her time at her grandchildren's activities, going out to eat with the "Widow Women", going to the movies, and enjoying a good cookie.

One thing about Evelyn, you always knew where you stood with her as she would certainly tell you in a flash "How the Cow Ate the Cabbage". Evelyn had an infectious laugh, a quick wit and a great outlook on life.

A Celebration of Life Luncheon will be Sunday, February 16, 2020, at 12 Noon at the Manor United Methodist Fellowship Hall.

In lieu of flowers contributions can be made in her honor to the Manor United Methodist Church or Resolutions Hospice.


Peggy Phillips wrote on Feb 9, 2020:

"Kay and Gregg, I am so glad I got to visit with Aunt Evelyn this past April. I was able to tell her what a beautiful role she played in my life. She was an amazing and loving woman. Love snd Blessings, Peggy"