Eve Josephine Stocks
Born: 7/10/1944, Moab, Utah
She was born to Tom and Eva Shay Jaramillo in Moab, Utah on July 10, 1944.
She grew up in Monticello, Utah and graduated high school and then attended Steven Heneger school in Slat Lake City, Utah.
On October 10, 1965 she married Lee Stocks in Monticello, Utah and they moved to Moab, Utah where they resided until her death. They were married for 48 years.
She worked as a secretary for a number of companies in the Moab area including Green River missile Base, Rio Algom Mining, Texas Glf Potash Mine, Federal Government at the Mine Safety, and Arches National Park. After she retired from the park services she worked for Uranium One Mining Co.
She is survived by her husband Lee, 2 brothers Val (Patsey) Jaramillo and Manuel (Vivanne) Jaramillo and one sister Shone Ariotti.
She was preceded in death by a daughter Evette Lee, her parents and a brother Mike (Tammy ) Jaramillo.
A Memorial Service will be held Friday November 1, 2013 at the Moab LDS Stake Center, 701 Locust Lane, at 11:00 am.
In Lieu of flowers donations may be made to the humane Society or charity of your choice.
Tributes10/30/2013 - I remember Eve for her sassiness and humor. I only remember her smile and laughter even though I'm sure she had her bad days. I moved in Arches in 2003 and inquired around about some sewing I needed done. Eve said she would take care of it. So I brought her a pair of jeans that had some holes in them. She repaired perfectly. I took them back two more times. On the third time, when I inquired about the jeans and the potential date of completion, she informed me she had thrown them away. WHAT? They were just getting comfortable. A month later, she called me to the office indicating she had found something for me. When I got to the office there was a beautiful wooden box with the word CHOCOLATE on it. She said she'd found it at a garage sale. Right then I knew it wasn't chocolate. I opened it up to find all sorts of threads, buttons, patches, and needles. Little to say, she never did anymore sewing for me. But I still have the box and all the contents. I think of her every time I pull it off the shelf to mend something. She will be missed. May it bring you peace knowing how many people she touched. - Sara B10/28/2013 - Lee We were so sorry to hear about Eve. She was a wonderful, funny women. I really enjoyed giving her massages. She was always so gracious. - Amy Hill
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