Eva Jewell, of Beaverton, Michigan, passed away on Wednesday, November 8, at the age of 79. She was born on March 30, 1944, in Pontiac, Michigan, the daughter of Troy Scott Sr. and Martha Cameron.
On September 16, 1999, Eva married, Marvin Jewell, in Columbus, Ohio. They shared nearly a decade of love and memories together until his passing in 2009. Eva’s life was filled with the warmth of their love.
Eva retired as an employee of General Motors, where she worked in the Paint Department, skillfully lining and sealing vehicles. Her work ethic and dedication reflected her commitment in every aspect of her life.
Eva’s most notable quality was her loving and giving nature. She had a heart that was always open, and she made sure that everyone around her was comforted and cared for. Her kindness, love, and beautiful soul knew no bounds, and she was never selfish, always looking out for those in her life.
She had a creative spirit and was artistic, enjoying activities like shopping and nurturing her love for her children and grandchildren. Spoiling her grandchildren was a source of immense joy for Eva, and she cherished every moment spent with them.
Eva is survived by her loving children: Rebecca (Keith) McDonald, Robert (Amy) McLintock, and James (Lori) McLintock; her cherished grandchildren and great-grandchildren; step daughters: Victoria Elliott and Christina Rowland; her brother, Troy (Joan) Scott; her aunt, Clara Estep; and one niece and nephew. She leaves behind many friends and relatives.
Eva was preceded in death by her parents; beloved husband, Marvin; and her daughters, Shirley and Donna. She will now be reunited with her loved ones who went before her.
In accordance with Eva’s wishes, cremation has taken place, and at this time, no services are planned. The arrangements are being handled by Hall-Kokotovich Funeral Home. For additional information and to leave condolences, please visit their website at www.hallkokotovichfuneralhome.com.