Katie Yvonne Evans
February 2, 1940 – August 8, 2018
Katie Yvonne Evans, age 78 of Medon, passed away on August 8, 2018 at her home in Medon.
Yvonne was born on February 2, 1940 in Milledgeville, TN. She worked for WalMart in Customer Service until her retirement at age 72.
She was preceded in death by her daughter, Lisa Evans Coffman; great grandson, Camryn Jo Scoggins; and brother, Keith Holland
She is survived by her four children, David Evans, Vickie Evans Haynes (Birdie), Chris Evans (Liz), and Charlotte Evans Concialdi; grandchildren, Amber Evans Shanks, Sarah Evans Myracle, Cassie Haynes Scoggins, Robert Haynes, Justin Coffman, Tyler Evans, and Clay Concialdi; and a host of great grandchildren.
The family will receive friends and loved ones on Saturday, August 11, 2018 from 9-11 a.m. with funeral services following at 11 a.m. Burial will follow in Ridgecrest Cemetery.
- David Evans, Son
- Vickie Evans Haynes (Birdie), Daughter
- Chris Evans (Liz), Son
- Charlotte Evans Concialdi, Daughter
- Amber Evans Shanks, Granddaughter
- Sarah Evans Myracle, Granddaughter
- Cassie Haynes Scoggins, Granddaughter
- Robert Haynes, Grandson
- Justin Coffman, Grandson
- Tyler Evans, Grandson
- Clay Concialdi, Grandson
- Host of Great Grandchildren
- Visitation with Friends and Loved Ones Saturday, August 11, 2018
- The Funeral Service Saturday, August 11, 2018
Katie Yvonne Evans
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October 19, 2018
I had the wonderful privilege over the past several years of seeing Mrs. Evans as a patient in my office, &, as I got to know her better, came to look forward
to every visit. No matter how she was feeling, or what difficulties she was facing, she always had a smile on her face for me, & always asked how I was
doing. She was very much an inspiration to me, as I could often tell that she was struggling physically, but was determined not to let the difficulties she
was facing get her down. She had a wonderful sense of humor, & would often surprise me with her quick wit. It did not take long for her to become one
of my favorite patients, & I am so sorry that she has passed, & that I was not aware of this at the time.
My condolences to her family. I have no doubt that you are missing her greatly at this time, but that the wonderful memories you have of her will help
sustain you in the days ahead. My thoughts & prayers are with you.