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Evelyn G Albritton

July 21, 1928 - February 8, 2007
Visitation
Kilpatrick Funeral Home
1200 Lamy Lane
Monroe, LA 71201
318-323-9611 | Map
Service
Kilpatrick Funeral Home
1200 Lamy Lane
Monroe, LA 71201
318-323-9611 | Map
Sunday 2/11

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Rebecca A. Wilcox left a message on May 26, 2022:
Dr. Albritton was the best instructor ever! Her diagnostic skills were breathtaking. She believed in me and I am eternally grateful for her positive demeanor throughout the couple of years I was blessed with learning how to become a good Speech Pathologist. During one conversation about people in our lives, etc. I told her I was from Louisiana and she said she was too. So my mother’s hairdresser in W.Monroe was a cousin and so forth. I have been looking for her all over. I was told she went to Mississippi.. To Mr. Albritton I say Dr. Albritton was a jewel that can’t be replaced.
Brandon Moore left a message on February 12, 2007:
Mr. Allbritton and family, My deepest sympathies go out to you at this time of sorrow. I had the great privilege of being taught by Dr. Albritton for 2 years while I attended graduate school at Louisiana Tech. She was very intelligent and knowlegeable in the field of communicative disorders, and as a student I respected that very much. All of her students loved her dearly and appreciated her time of teaching. I know that she will be missed dearly, but know that she touched many more lives that you could ever imagine.
James Moore left a message on February 11, 2007:
I am so sorry to hear of your loss. I didn't know Evelyn, but I am a friend of Amy Triplet. Amy had told me of her, and I read the OBITUARY in the News Star. Sincerely, James Moore
Robert Johndrow left a message on February 11, 2007:
To the entire family, We, the many friends of Allison in Minneapolis are with you during this sorrowful time. Please know that you are in our prayers and we care deeply for our dear friend and all of her family.
Ginger Horton left a message on February 11, 2007:
Mr. Albritton, I was so sorry to learn of Dr. Albritton's death. She was such a fine lady and I was truly blessed to have shared three years with her on the faculty at LaTech. She had such a positive impact on so many, many people. She truly leaves the world a better place than she found it. Her influence was far-reaching and I know she is happy now to be with her precious Lord, free of pain and restored to a wondrous life of joy with those loved ones who have gone before her. Please express my sympathy also to your children.
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Perry C. Hanavan left a message on February 10, 2007:
To Evelyn's Family: Although we sorrow at the passing of Evelyn, we cherish having known her and her genuine caring and loving manner. Evelyn brought her vast stores of knowledge and experience of her profession to our community and to Augustana College in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Evelyn brought much more than this, though. She brought her wisdom, her faith and her family. She always considered the needs of others and her family, first. There were numerous occasions when students at Augustana needed a place to store items or when a student needed a place to stay. Evelyn and her family made their home available, not only to students but others in need. If not for Evelyn, I am not sure that we would have a communication disorders program at Augustana. She loved the students and they loved her. Although Evelyn was a master clinician, she taught students much much more than about the profession. She taught students how to truly serve their fellowman. She lived her faith. She served her family, her church, and God faithfully. She was true to her faith. There is much more that could be said about this remarkable woman. We leave the following passage in acknowledgment of her deep and abiding faith and love for her family: ìStrange thing about the sunÖ how often after it has set and we are able to see it no more, it leaves behind a beauty we can never see while we have it here with us. About the sun we know this truthÖ that as it seems to be setting where we are, it is because it is rising somewhere elseÖ rising and still shining with its same radiance and warmth. We know too, that in reality, it never sets at all. For it is we, ourselves, who are temporarily turned away from it. Moreover, we are certain that we shall see it again." Anonymous God Be with You Till We Meet Again. Perry C. Hanavan and the Communication Disorders Program at Augustana College
Angie Sherman left a message on February 10, 2007:
Mr. Albritton, I was so sorry to hear about the loss of Dr. Albritton. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I am forever grateful for the time that I had to work with her at Louisiana Tech. You both always made me and my family feel welcome to come and visit you in your home. I know that she will be missed by her immediate family and close friends but also her extended Louisiana Tech family in the Department of Speech. My prayers and thoughts are with you in this sad time. Love, Angie and Ray Sherman
Adriana & Family left a message on February 10, 2007:
She was a wonderful, loving, all-welcoming woman and will be deeply missed! May your troubled heart find peace and comfort in the knowledge that you are never alone. May God's presence ease your trembling spirit and give you rest. No grief is too hard for Him to bear. What you are feeling is simply too deep for words and nothing anyone does or says can provide you with the relief you need, God understands. He is your provider -- today, tomorrow, and always. And He loves you. Cast all of your cares on Him... and believe.
Nancy Burton and Family left a message on February 10, 2007:
Mr. Norwood and family, We were so sorry to hear of Mrs. Evelyn's passing away. You were both always a friend to us and we have never forgotten the two of you. Take your strength in the Lord and he will sustain you through this. Love you lots.
Rachel, Lorin and Lucas Hatch left a message on February 10, 2007:
What an amazing woman!! She was a great teacher and as a mother, she shined. My memories of Dr. Albritton will always be her infectious smile and the love and care she gave me as her daughter's friend. I'm proud to have known her. Know that our prayers and our love are with you during this sad time.
J. Clarice Dans, Ph.D. left a message on February 10, 2007:
Mr. Albritton, Allison, and Carl: Please accept my heart-felt condolences for the loss of your beloved wife and mother and my friend and colleague, Dr. Albritton. It was my great privilege to work with her as part of the faculty in the Department of Speech at Louisiana Tech. She so generously shared her knowledge and skills with all of us and her impeccable professionalism was a wonderful role model for our students who absolutely adored her. So often I heard them comment, "Dr. Albritton knows everything and she knows everybody in the field!" And--they were right. When I became head of the department, she was so supportive of me and I valued her wisdom. I still miss her everyday. Thank you for so generously sharing her with Louisiana Tech and with the countless number of individuals whose lives she touched in so many meaningful ways. Dr. Albritton was widely respected and much loved by so many. My warmest thoughts are with you. J. Clarice Dans
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