Eva Louise Fritiofson

September 2, 1935 - April 17, 2020
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Eva Louise Fritiofson passed from this life on Friday, April 17, 2020.  She was born at Barksdale Air Force Base in Shreveport, LA and soon moved to Galveston.  She was a lifelong Galvestonian, graduating as an honor graduate from Ball High School.  Eva worked for the City of Galveston Municipal Court.  Having grown up on the island, she knew and appreciated its long history and became a valiant fighter in maintaining the ecosystems’ integrity of the island’s west end.  Her hobbies included antiquing and working in her garden.

Eva was preceded in death by numerous family members including her grandfather, John Egert, Sr., County Commissioner and renown building contractor, father, Carl Fritiofson, mother, Louise Egert Fritiofson, and beloved brother, S/Sgt. Roland C. Noyes, Jr. USAAF, MIA 1942, PTO.  Eva is survived by cousin, Leonia J. Seabury, Florida; cousins, Maxine Olson, Arkansas; Lauren Eva Martin, Colorado; David Olson, Virginia; and Max Olson, Texas.

Due to the Corona Virus concerns there will be a private family ceremony.

 

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Born: September 2, 1935
 
May 2, 2017
My cousin Eva at her house
My cousin Eva at her house
Died: April 17, 2020

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Lauren Martin posted on 5/7/20

My Cousin Eva, Growing up with all of us going crabbing and fishing down the Island at the Egert campsite on Egert’s Bayou. I wish I had known then how much I would miss those days with Eva and so many family members who have passed. Eva was funny, entertaining and always knew the best places to go antiquing. We sure miss you, Cousin.

 

MAXINE G OLSON posted on 4/22/20

Remembering our times together as children down the island at the camp. So many memories. Fishing. Crabbing. The great picnics and drinking water from the cistern. All of us together as a family.

 

MAXINE G OLSON posted on 4/22/20

Good-bye, Cousin. See you soon. Much love.

 

Brenda Barnhill posted on 4/22/20

I just loved this sweet lady! My prayers are with her and her family. I will miss her.

 

Shirley Choate posted on 4/21/20

Eva and I worked together at Municipal Ct. We had a lot of fun together.. She truly loved her family. Bless her and prayers for 5e family.

 

Shirley Choate posted on 4/21/20

In memory of Eva Louise Fritiofson, Shirley Choate lit a candle

 

John Crummett posted on 4/20/20

I worked with Eva a MCourt, sweet lady and always kind.... praying for the family.

 

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