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Eva Mae Tett Obituary


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“Dear Everett and family, I send my deepest condolences. I know im my heart that I have a wonderful angel looking down on my, my heart is heavy...Read More »
1 of 6 | Posted by: Tina Beardsley - Ames , IA

“Dear Everett and family, Ron and I really enjoyed helping Eva in your home. I extended my condolences to you during this time of sorrow and sweet...Read More »
2 of 6 | Posted by: Marcy Olson - Story City, IA

“I love you dearly Eva Mae. I thank you for all your love to me just like a daughter and loving the boys as a grandmother. They loved you so much as...Read More »
3 of 6 | Posted by: Stephanie Benn - Ames, IA

“Aunt Eva Mae was such a special person in my life. She will always be remembered for her big heart, beautiful embroidery, warm hugs and her love for...Read More »
4 of 6 | Posted by: Heidi Dudgeon - great neice

“Eva Mae and Everett were my favorite Aunt and Uncle to visit our farm when I was growing up. They always seemed so sophisticated working in "real...Read More »
5 of 6 | Posted by: Sue Anderson - Fairmont, MN

“Sorry for your loss ”
6 of 6 | Posted by: Linda and Gary Tett


Eva Mae (Kaltenheuser) Tett passed away October 11, 2012. She is now reunited with her parents, George and Edith; three brothers, Fred, Ed and Frank; sister, Evelyn; nephew, Creighton; and half-sister, LaVone.
She married Everett C. Tett September 3, 1949 at Nevada, Iowa.
Eva Mae was born at Maxwell, the second daughter of George and Edith (Boitnott) Kaltenheuser. She was baptized at First United Methodist Church in Ames where she was a member for 55 years. Eva graduated from Roland High School in 1947. After graduating, she began her career as a bookkeeper and later worked for Homewood 18 years, retiring in 1997.
Cherishing her memory is her husband Everett; her sister Jean (Robert) Klein of Greenville, North Carolina; her sisters-in-law Doris Kaltenheuser of Phoenix, Arizona and Joy Kaltenheuser of Torrington, Wyoming; several nieces, nephews and cousins; and her constant companion, Casey.
Memorials may be directed to First United Methodist Church in Ames, Israel Family Hospice House, or the Ames Animal Shelter.

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