Evelyn Doreen Conner, age 67, of East Carbon, Utah, passed away at the Carbon Medical Services on March 30, 2021. \n\nEvelyn was born Evelyn Doreen Forness on February 28, 1954, in Hibbing, MN. She was raised and attended high school in Babbitt, MN. Evelyn has lived in several states (Washington, Arizona and Oregon) before settling in Utah. \n\nEvelyn was a wife, mother, sister, aunt, grandmother and a great grandmother. She enjoyed playing cards, socializing with her friends, watching Hallmark (sometimes with ice cream as an extra treat), and communicating with her extended family and friends via social media. Spending time with family was important to her. She was fun to have around and had a quick sense of humor and wasn't above acting silly from time to time. She loved her family above all things, uprooting her life to care for both aging parents at various times in her life. She more recently enjoyed taking care of her pets, which she called her "new babies." \n\nShe is preceded in death by her father, Donald Forness; mother, Lois Church; sister, Peggy Swanson; grandchild, Krystal Cozo and a great-grandchild, Astra Cozo both deceased at time, or shortly after, birth. \nEvelyn is survived by her daughter, Tina Allison and her husband, Matt Allison of Ladera Ranch, CA; daughter, Christie Thom of East Carbon, UT; son, Samuel Thom of East Carbon, UT; her 11 grandchildren (some with spouses); 5 great grandchildren; brother, Richard Forness and wife Colleen Forness (Nevada); brother, Samuel Forness and his wife Eloisa Forness (Kissimmee, FL); brother, Jim Forness and his wife Cindy (Spring Creek, NV) and multiple nieces and nephews (some with spouses and children) and aunts. \n\nFor those wishing to pay their respects, services will be jointly held with her mother, Lois Evelyn Church, at The Willows Inn, Central Point, OR, on April 14th, from 11:00 AM - Noon. \n\nEvelyn's mother, Lois, suffered from Dementia. For those interested in donating to fight Alzheimer's disease and Dementia please donate to The Longest Day. \n\nFamily and friends may sign the online guestbook and share memories of Evelyn at www.fausettmortuary.com.