If one doesn't take Genesis literally word-for-word. The doctrine of the fall being the cause of death is reconcilable with the theory of evolution because of the doctrine which states that God is outside of time, thus able to make things work retroactively. Some people, such as Ken Ham, say that can't be the case because God called everything "good" when he made them. However, if one follows the Calvinistic belief that God from the beginning selected some people to be saved, and selected the rest to be damned, then there's no contradiction between the existence of death before the Fall, and everything God created being "good", because such a view makes death necessary because of God's plan.
Just answering the question. These are NOT my personal beliefs regarding evolutionism.