June 20, 1941 ~ July 20, 2021

Born in: Keene Valley, NY
Resided in: Rochester , NY

Rochester: Tuesday, July 20, 2021 at age 80. Evelyn grew up in Keene Valley, NY before moving to Rochester.  Predeceased by husband, Andy Kane; son-in-law, Stephen Bracci. Survived by her children, Colleen Bracci, Glenn (Michelle) Kane; grandchildren, Stefanie (Joey) Pritchard, Michael (Donielle) Bracci, Amanda (Dave) Toal, Reilley Kane, Ryan Kane; great-grandchildren, Avery Toal, Maverick Bracci, Madison Pritchard; brothers, Malcolm (Judy) Martin, Glenn (Crystal) Martin; sister, Nancy Hemmer (Bill); special friend, Carmine “Cy” Polito; many nieces, nephews and dear friends. The family wishes to thank the staff at the Conesus Lake Nursing Home for the loving care given to Evelyn.



Services held privately. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made the Breast Cancer Coalition of Rochester in Evelyn’s memory.




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  1. Colleen and Glenn and family,

    I am so sorry to hear about your mom, Evie’s, passing. She was such a sweet person, always beautiful and always smiling.

    One time when your family had a party your mom showed me how a potato peeler works to remove the potato eyes. I really never knew since my own mom didn’t cook. To this day I think of your mom every time I use my potato peeler.

    Colleen, I also read that your husband passed away. I am very sorry to hear this. You babysat my son, Dan. You were the BEST babysitter ever! I knew you’d be an awesome mom.

    Please accept my condolences with regard to your mom and my belated condolences for your husband, Steve.

    Nancy Berger

  2. Colleen and family
    I walked several years at Cobbs Hill with Evie in the early morning. We talked about our families and life in general. We walked through summer’s heat and the snows of winter. We walked with many other friends. I have good memories of Evie Kane.

  3. Our sincere condolences to our dearest friend Colleen & families 💜💜 May your dear mum rest peacefully x Frank & Di from Australia x

  4. I am so very sorry! 💕 I will alway remember the shopping excursions and long chats. She made me laugh so many times! My life is much better because of her friendship. I will miss talking to her!

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