Evelyn Dubord was born in Oregon, Illinois on August 25, 1921 to Ethel (Morrow) and Charles Parnell. Her mother was a college-educated housewife, and her father a railroad tower operator. Her family lived primarily in Galesburg, Illinois, where Evelyn attended public schools. She completed two years of art school at the American Academy of Art, and then was hired in New York City as a commercial artist. In New York, she met an Air Force Lieutenant by the name of Richard Dubord, whom she married. She moved to his hometown of Waterville in 1945. Mr. Dubord became a successful Waterville area lawyer, a partner with Bob Marden in the firm of Marden and Dubord. He was active in Maine Democratic politics and was elected Mayor of Waterville 1954.
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