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She was honest, even when it was inconvenient to be so, and fiercely loyal.Evelyn enjoyed walking on the beach and was an avid reader.She also had an adventurous streak that may not have been evident to those who did not know her well: Evelyn was a certified scuba diver, an experienced kayaker, learned how to fly an airplane, and even went sky-diving. She loved animals, particularly dogs, and thought that “fur babies” were more loving and kind than many people.Evelyn’s quick wit and dry sense of humor will be especially missed by those who loved her.
Evelyn was highly passionate, intelligent, opinionated, and independent.Perry’s commitment to our community included active involvement in Alachua County Citizen’s Recreation Advisory Board, Charter Member (1964-1971), Boys Club Board of Directors (1974-1979), Boys Club Youth Football Sponsor (1979-present), Children’s Home Society , District Member (1967-1973) and State Member (1968-1973), Civitan Region Blood Center Board of Director (1989-present), Crime Trac Board of Directors (1981-1988), 8th Judicial Circuit Fee Arbitration Committee (1996-1998), Fellowship of Christian Athletes Chairman and Founder of the Board of Directors (1967-1970), Florida Supreme Court Certified Mediator (1995-present), FRPCJUA Board of Governors (1995-1996), Gainesville Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors (1966-1970), Gainesville/Alachua County Citizens Safety Council Board of Directors (1966-1970), Gainesville Youth Baseball Sponsor and Coach (1978-1985), Gainesville High School QB Club (1964, 1984-1985, 1994-1996), Gainesville Association of Life Underwriters (1990, 1995-1997), Gainesville Cycling Club (1995-present), Gainesville Jaycees Director (1963-1968), Gainesville Sports Organizing Committee Co-Founder and Board of Directors (1988-present), Gator Touchdown Club (1990, 1999, present)Great American Bank Board of Directors (1977-1983), Heritage Club Board of Directors (1991-1995), House of Hope (1995-1997), Kiwanis (1964-1992), Local Government Study Committee (1971-1972), March of Dimes Campaign Chair (1963-1966), March of Dimes Walk America Co-Chair with Noel Mc Griff (2002), Millennium Bank Board of Directors (1998-present), O’Connell Center Advisory Committee (1993-present), Phi Delta Theta Chapter House (1964-1967), Phi Delta Theta Florida Alpha Educational Foundation (1987-present), Police Service Technicians Board of Directors (1987-1996), Sigma Delta Phi (1963), South Trust Bank Alachua County Advisory Board (1997-1998), University of Florida Alumni, Boosters, Athletic and Advisory Councils (1968-1999), US Olympian Club (1959-present), to name a few.Perry’s political service included serving on the Gainesville City Commission (1968-1971) after being drafted to run by a group of community leaders.She was born on November 18, 1927 in Dayton, Ohio to William and Leah Brumm.
Elinor was a Teacher for the Miami-Dade School System and resided in Miami from 1955 to 1983, moving to Gainesville in 1984.Evelyn Christine Dorman, age 61, died on February 25, 2017 at her home in Gainesville, Florida.