Shelbyville Daily Union

January 13, 2014

Evelyn M. Schrock

Howe and Yockey Funeral Home
CNHI

SHELBYVILLE, IL. — Evelyn M. Schrock

Shelbyville, IL

Evelyn Marie (Rincker) Schrock took her last step on earth January 12, 2014 and the next step into the arms of her Heavenly Father.

Funeral services will be held at 11:00 a.m. Thursday, January 16, 2014 in Holy Cross Lutheran Church, Shelbyville with Rev. Glenn Strohschein officiating. Visitation will be from 9:30 – 11:00 a.m. Thursday in the church. Burial will be in Glenwood Cemetery, Shelbyville, IL. Arrangements are by Howe and Yockey Funeral Home, Shelbyville. Memorials may be given to Holy Cross Lutheran Church or the Alzheimer’s Association.

Evelyn was born in Windsor, IL on May 2, 1923 to David and Anna Pfeiffer Rincker. On May 25, 1941, in Chicago, IL, she married the love of her life, Edwin. They farmed shoulder to shoulder together, laughed and cried together for 54 years.

Evelyn's children were her world and family was very precious to her. Patricia Ann Baumgarten of Dunlap, IL, Donald E. (Kay) Schrock of Chandler, AZ, and James D. (Cheryl) Schrock of Shelbyville, IL. Grandchildren, Brice, Darrin, and Dallan Baumgarten, Dawn Dorn, Heather Reid and Adam Schrock. Three step-grandchildren, Brent Huntington, Cory Clark, and Tracy Huntington Isabell and eighteen great grandchildren.

Evelyn is also survived by her sister, Joy Lenz of Strasburg, IL; and sisters-in-law, Betty Giberson of Shelbyville, IL and Loraine Rincker of Windsor, IL.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Edwin on September 9, 1995; brothers, Everett Rincker, Carl Rincker, and Gaylord Rincker; sister, Davida Edwards; and her parents.

She was an active member of Holy Cross Lutheran Church of Shelbyville.

Evelyn worked many years as a cook at the Interstate Sale Barn. She enjoyed meeting with her girlfriends for coffee at McDonalds each morning.

Mom was famous for her speedy lawn mowing and her homemade cinnamon rolls. She had a God given talent for gardening. If she stuck a dead stick in the ground it would sprout into a bush! Mom had a sweet, simple, and caring nature. She will forever by loved and remembered.

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