Ridout's Gardendale Chapel

2029 Decatur Highway, Gardendale, AL


Patsy Evans

March 29, 1945March 21, 2020

Patsy Evans, age 74, of Gardendale, Alabama passed away on Saturday March 21, 2020. Patsy was born March 29, 1945.

Patsy was a true caretaker. She always loved helping and taking care of others, she loved her "kids" which were her clients and her co-workers at United Ability.

She is preceded in death by her husband E.O. Evans; parents, Pearl Lackey and John Cooner; son, Michael Hinkle; brother, Bill Cooner; sister, Mary Eaton; and grandson, Christopher White.

She is survived by her daughters Stephanie White (Tom) and Misty Sciara (Frank); grandchildren, Shawn Smith (Nicole), Brittany Collins (Chris), Ella Sciara and Sofiya Sciara; great grandchildren, Noah, Layla, Dawson, and Elliott; sisters, Johnnie McMilion (Carl)and Peggy Denson (Mac).

In lieu of flowers please make donations to United Ability.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.ridoutsgardendalechapel.com for the Evans family.


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Twanda Winfield

March 26, 2020

I remember when I started at then named United Cerebral Palsy but is now named United Ability you showed me how to assist the clients with so much love and respect. You was a great friend I hate I lost contact with you. God rest your soul. You truly loved to help others and I am sure you have a grand mansion in heaven for that. I didn’t say perfect but you were very loving none of us are perfect.You will be missed and I send out warm love and my prayers to your family and friends. Twanda Winfield ..

Brandy Womack

March 26, 2020

I will truly miss you Patsy. I can remember when I first came back to work and you told me i had to be crazy but you loved me anyway. Love you to the moon and back.

Deborah Starks

March 26, 2020

My dear former co-worker & friend of 10 years at United Ability (United Cerebral Palsy). It was a pleasure working with you. Your family have my deepest sympathy.

Joan Patton

March 25, 2020

Rejoice in haven, my dear friend. Your loved ones have called you home. You are loved & will be missed by those left behind. Have so many good memories of our friendship when we were young & eager to live our lives. Rest In Peace.