OBITUARY

Beverly Jean Evans

January 15, 1946February 13, 2019
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Beverly Jean Evans was born on January 15, 1946 and passed away on February 13, 2019.

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  • Memorial Service Saturday, February 23, 2019
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Beverly Jean Evans

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Carol Cantwell Anzalone

March 3, 2019

My sister, Sandra Crisp, and I have tried to find Beverly for several years. She was such a dear friend when working together at Nowlin Mortgage. We lost track when she and Jack moved out of Ft Worth. My heart breaks now that we found her. Our sympathy to the family.

Sudhir Patel

February 22, 2019

I am sure that I don’t have the right words to describe Beverly. She was very analytical and organized. Yet she did make two mistakes in January 1971. She listened to her pastor Harold Elliot and Dondi (then barely two years old). Thus, I ended up in her home as a second child. It was hard for Beverly to raise both Dondi and me at the same time. I was in the childhood of my adulthood and Dondi, well she was still a child.
Duane was very smart when he was still in mommy’s tummy. Not only was he kicking Beverly but decided to kick me too. So, before he was born, Duane decided to kick me out of his parent’s house before he came into this world. As I was already an unofficial adopted child in the family and brother to Beverly, Mom and Dad Oates took pity on me and accepted me in their home.
Little did everyone know this was an experiment in trying to raise a person who was set in his own ways and with a totally different background from a far away land. At times, I did manage to annoy all of them, yet I was given unconditional love and lots of teachings in many different ways on how to act and be respectful to others as well as learn to love others unconditionally.
Beverly was very kind and loving not only to me but to my family as well. Not only did she teach me how to give but also how to appreciate others regardless of what they had or could give in return. She was passionate about cooking and made me aware of other foods than the food I grew up with. It had become a tradition that me and later my family would spend many Thanksgivings at her house.
I am not sure who was a pilgrim here, this Indian or her. I am really grateful to Beverly for showing me how to be Loving, Giving and Spiritual. I and my family will really miss her.

Laura Rea

February 22, 2019

I met Beverley through her son, Duane. I only had the pleasure of knowing Beverly these last few years. We had many wonderful conversations. Most of those conversations were about family or The Rangers even though she knew I was NOT a fan of ANY team. I got to know Donna and Kate without them knowing or being able to offer up a defense being on the east coast. A lot of those conversations focused on her grandchildren and the milestones in their lives. Austin joined The Coast Guard. Emily was off to college. Beverly was going to be a great grandmother. Emily wants to know sewing tips. She couldn't resist telling me how she was becoming a part of the extended Elvis Presley Family; I told her "You and Oprah!" Anna Elaine arrived and nudged The Rangers down a peg in her heart. Emily is going to perform a solo. Austin, Emily, Anna Elaine, Duane, Donna were all embedded in Beverly's heart and she embraced all those that they loved. I'm glad I got to know Beverly and very disappointed that we didn't make it to the symphony!

Larry Oates

February 21, 2019

Larry Oates

February 21, 2019

Larry Oates

February 21, 2019

Larry Oates

February 21, 2019

Larry Oates

February 21, 2019

Larry Oates

February 21, 2019

Larry Oates

February 21, 2019

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