Evelyn Mae Ebsen (nee Huffman)

Evelyn Mae Ebsen

Evelyn Mae Ebsen

Evelyn Mae Ebsen (nee Huffman), age 78, of Oxford, Wisconsin died Thursday, February 6, 2020 at her home in Oxford, Wisconsin.

Memorial services will be 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, February 15, 2020 at the First Presbyterian Church in
Oxford, Wisconsin. Pastor Brenda Pulver will officiate. Visitation will be 10 a.m. until the time of service on Saturday at First Presbyterian Church.

Interment will be at the Easton Cemetery, Town of Easton, Adams County, Wisconsin at a later date.

Evelyn was born February 28, 1941 in Greensboro, North Carolina to Jacob and Martha (Cromer) Huffman. As a young lady, Evelyn wanted to become a secretary. After High School, she attended Forsyth Technical College in Winston-Salem, NC where she learned her secretarial skills. Evelyn worked as a secretary at several firms with Medical Transportation being her favorite.

Evelyn married William Wolfe Sr. on July 31, 1959. This marriage ended in divorce after 51 years.

On May 26, 2018 Evelyn married Kenneth Dean Ebsen in Oxford, Wisconsin.

Evelyn enjoyed card making and loved listening to country music.

Evelyn was a member of the First Presbyterian Church.

Evelyn was preceded in death by parents, and sister, Barbara.

Husband: Kenneth Ebsen of Oxford, WI
Daughter: Phyllis Wolfe of Winston Salem, NC
Daughter: Janice Wolfe of Winston Salem, NC
Daughter: Mary Evelyn Wolfe of Rural Hall, NC
Son: William Wolfe Jr. of Salisbury, MD
Grandchild: Nicole Wolfe
Grandchild: Charlotte Wolfe
Grandchild: Mark Wolfe
Grandchild: Alexander Wolfe
Grandchild: William Wolfe III
Grandchild: Kaitland Wolfe
Grandchild: Colleen Wolfe
GreatGrandchild: Ciel
GreatGrandchild: Leona
step-daughter: Cindy Ebsen
step-daughter: Melanie Stapleman

Roseberry’s Funeral Home is assisting the family. Visit www.roseberrys.com for online condolences and
further information.

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  1. Sharon M Tuttle says:

    Kenny I am so sorry for your loss. I know that you will miss her very much. I miss her too. May the Lord wrap his arms around you and heal your pain. Just remember someday we will all get to see her again. That will be a joyous day for all of us in heaven. Thank you so much for giving her such a wonderful time in her life!! She was really blessed when you came along and you made her feel whole again. She was such a wonderful person that had been through a lot, but she kept her head up high and prayed about everything that mattered to her. I was just a good friend, but she was more like family to me! I will always love her and never forget her!! I am so glad that you two met, because of you her life was very happy!! God bless you for being there for her!!!


    Gail Tuttle

  2. Diana Nyberg says:

    Oh, Kenny! I’m so sorry for your loss! I enjoyed meeting Evelyn, and loved chatting with her on-line about her new-found love of gardening and canning. You really made her happy. 🙂 Thank you for taking such good care of her when she needed you the most. We gals at ‘Simple Friends’ will really miss her. God Bless You! Diana

  3. Vickie Phillips says:

    May memories bring you peace during this difficult time. Prayers and thoughts In Christ Vickie Phillips

  4. peggy stivason says:

    My deepest condolences to You Kenny and Family . She loved you dearly . She said so on the phone of nearly 2 hrs of conversation. Her heart was truly filled and content with happiness when she took your hand in marriage. You made her dream come true . Thank you Kenny for being so good to her and dedicated loving man you are . You are and all the family are in my Prayers God Bless You All . Please take comfort that now she is also in the best of care and good hands ( Our Lord )

  5. Lana Cromer says:

    Deepest condolences Kenny. You were a wonderful husband and caretaker to Evelyn. She deeply loved a cherished you. May God be with in the coming weeks and months. She was a very special lady. I am so thankful that she was my first cousin who I sincerely loved. Many condolences to the Wolfe family as well.

    Much love,

    Lana Cromer