Michael Ray Evans

January 27, 1947March 1, 2013
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Michael Ray Evans was born to Nelson and Winona Evans on Jan 22, 1947. He passed away on Mar 1, 2013 at his home in Oklahoma City. Michael is survived by his children, Dianne Baker of OKC, Marcus Evans of OKC, and Julie Richards of Kansas City; brothers Carl and Delbert Evans; along with 12 grandchildren; and beloved nephew Paul Evans. A veteran of the US Army, Michael was a US Postal Worker and active member of the Postal Workers Union. Anyone that came in contact with Michael fell in love with his winning attitude, drive, and vibrant smile. Throughout his life he impacted several lives with his knowledge and integrity. Michael will be loved and missed by all. Funeral services will be held at Sunny Lane Funeral Home, Wednesday, March 6 at 10:00 AM, with burial to follow at Sunny Lane Cemetery.


  • Funeral Service Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Michael Ray Evans

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June 14, 2013

fathers day is comming up and this is the first one without you. i miss you and love you.

Shelby Walker

March 20, 2013

I will miss our long talks.You will be remembered.

Andrea Berry

March 17, 2013

You will be missed by so many who loved you. May you rest in peace.

Michael RIchards

March 9, 2013

We will miss you and I will always have good memories of the golf games we have played.


March 9, 2013

I wish we could have more life together, but God had a different plan. I will treasure the memories you gave to me Dad. I miss you already.

dianne baker

March 8, 2013

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Bryan Baker

March 7, 2013

Without you I wouldn't have my lovely wife.We built a lot of good memories together.

cristina strahm

March 7, 2013

My uncle Mike was a great uncle. I remember as a little girl the great times I had spending the summer with my cousins and my aunt and uncle. I loved that family! Things in life happened and we lost contact I was sad when I heard the news! I will never forget him.