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“To all the Worster familySo sorry of the passing of Evelyn. I will always remember the good times in school.Sincerely, Syd and Jean (Carpenter)...Read More »
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“My deepest sympathy to the family. I remember her love to sing before and after we graduated. ”
2 of 9 | Posted by: Carol Graf Leonard - South Easton

3 of 9 | Posted by: Russell Phillips - Abington, MA

“My dear Mother-in-law I will miss our phone kindness and laughter will be missed ♡ You treated me like a daughter long...Read More »
4 of 9 | Posted by: Gina Satrape - Garner, NC

“We were so sad to hear of Evelyn's passing. Such a good listener is what Rick used to say. ”
5 of 9 | Posted by: Tina Fruzzetti - Easton, MA

“Great woman-------who will be missed ------i can remember just stopping on mothers day giving her flowers and leaving quickly before she could...Read More »
6 of 9 | Posted by: David Murphy Murphy - taunton, MA

“ Michele you wrote a beautiful tribute to your mom. She was alot of fun and a wonderful Nana - she loved her family and she was always so...Read More »
7 of 9 | Posted by: Mary Connolly - East Bridgewater, MA

“I've just lost my best friend of over 50 years. She will never be replaced in my heart. ”
8 of 9 | Posted by: Joan Benson/Miner - Christiansted

“We are so very sorry for Evelyn's passing and for the Worster family's tremendous loss of their precious mother. We have some great memories of her...Read More »
9 of 9 | Posted by: Debbie & Phil Rose - Acushnet, MA

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Evelyn (Cameron) Worster, beloved and beautiful mother, grandmother and friend, passed away peacefully in her home of 50 years surrounded by her family. Evelyn was born on June 6, 1941, the daughter of Reginald and Evelyn (Hall) Cameron. She was the youngest of six children, with one brother and four older sisters. With four older sisters, it seemed to Evelyn that her parents had simply run out of girls' names and just settled on the name Evelyn, after her mother.

She grew up spending many of her summers in Maine, living it up at her aunt and uncle's home on the coast. She would often attend dances at the Merry Barn where, as her friend said, there were no shortage of boys who wanted to dance with her. After graduating high school, Evelyn went to school to become a hair stylist. She married her husband, Galen, in 1960 and went on to have four children. While she was a stay-at-home mom, as her children grew, she continued to work as a hair stylist from home, pursued her interests and attended school to become a travel agent, and also worked as a waitress at a local restaurant for several years.

Evelyn was the most selfless person, sacrificing her own needs to care for her parents when their health was failing, opening up her home to any family member who needed a place to stay and always being there during life's difficult times to do anything to help care for her children and grandchildren. She was the perfect mother and grandmother, providing unconditional love and sound advice. Evelyn's beauty, charm, sense of humor and tenacity inspired those of us fortunate to know and love her. Evelyn loved to laugh and was often the funniest person in the room, cracking everyone up with her quick wit and wisecracks. Most often alongside her children and grandchildren, Evelyn loved to travel, go fishing, attend concerts and plays, and even toil around the trails on an ATV. On family road trips, she was in charge of holding the bucket for carsick kids and keeping the peace when the kids were restless.

Evelyn is survived by close friend and father to their children, Galen; son Mark Worster of North Easton and his three children: Megan, Chrissy and Ben; son Kevin Worster, his wife Michelle (Worth) and their three children: Brittany, John and Keri, all of Hertford, NC; son Michael Worster, his girlfriend Jill Saunders and his three children: Matt, Cam and Dom, all of North Easton; daughter Michelle (Worster) Connolly, her husband Frank Connolly and their two sons: Shawn and Ryan, all of Lakeville. Evelyn is also survived by eight great-grandchildren; sisters Natalie Kimball and her husband, James, Janice Fuller, Nancy Baca and Regina Smith; her brother-in-law, Shawn Worster and his wife Liliane Verdier; several nieces and nephews; her dear friend, Joan Benson, of St. Croix and her pet "fishy", whom she has had for the past 27 years.

A service of remembrance will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, June 1, 2019 at the Edgecomb Community Church, 15 Cross Point Rd., Edgecomb, Maine and is open to all. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Evelyn's honor to the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network (