Evelyn M. Launhardt, age 90, passed away on Tuesday, October 26, 2021 at her home in Southern Pines, NC.

Born on February 9, 1931, in Chicago, IL, Evelyn was a daughter of the late Lawrence and Anna Kornowski Milas. 

Evelyn worked as a secretary for Crane Packing Company for many years. 

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband: Arnold Launhardt; siblings: Chester Milas, Irene Akers, Stella Blair and Agnes Mikos

Evelyn is survived by her two sons: Greg Launhardt and wife Terri of FL, Doug Launhardt and wife Susan of MO; grandchildren: Rebecca Pianetto, Melissa Ryan, Robert Launhardt, Daniel Launhardt, Emily Eisworth, Alison Garcia, Lisa Meister, Philip Boschert; and ten great grandchildren. 

No services are planned at this time. 

Online condolences may be offered at www.PinesFunerals.com. 

Powell Funeral Home is honored to serve the Launhardt family.

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  1. So Sorry to hear about Evelyn’s death. I enjoyed working with Evelyn for many years at First Bank in Seven Lakes. She was funny and spoke her mind which I appreciated. Prayers for the family in this great loss. She was a wonderful woman and inspiration.

  2. I’m deeply sorry to hear of Evelyn’s death. We were close golfing buddies in Seven Lakes for many years. I have good memories of those times. Condolences to her family.

  3. I was very sorry to hear of Evelyn’s death. We were good golfing buddies back in Seven Lakes for many years. I have good memories of those days. My condolences to her family at this sad time.

  4. Ms.Ev 💗 it was a pleasure to work and get to know you! I was not only your caregiver but your friend! I appreciate your kindness! The world was a little sweeter because you were in it! I will miss you being so blunt and your sense of humor 💗

  5. We were so saddened to hear of Evie’s passing. She was one of the very welcoming people at Seven Lakes when we were “newbies” in 1997. We enjoyed her humor as well as her “tell it like it is” attitude. We also shared many jokes with Evie, even the POLISH jokes, as we both shared that heritage with her. A great lady. With our sincere sympathy to the family, Annette and Al Daniels

  6. We were so saddened to hear of Evie`s passing. She was one of the very welcoming people we met at Seven Lakes when we were “newbies” in 1997. We enjoyed Evie’s humor as well as her “tell it like it is” attitude. We also enjoyed sharing jokes with Evie, even the Polish jokes, as we both shared that heritage wraith her. Our sincere sympathy to the family, Annette and Al Daniels

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