Kenneth Dale Evans Jr.
November 24, 1963 – August 16, 2020
Kenneth Dale Evans, age 56, of Kaufman, Texas passed away on Sunday, August 16, 2020. Kenneth was born November 24, 1963 in Grand Saline, Texas to Kenneth Dale Evans Sr. and Margie Lou (Velasquez) Evans.
Kenneth was a family man, always enjoyed his time spent with his children and grandchildren. Kenneth's fondest childhood memories are catching crawfish with Cindy and Bubba in front of grandpa's house. Kenneth also loved taking rides with his father in the 18 wheeler when he had the opportunity. He enjoyed a cold brewski every once and a while in the afternoons. Kenneth was proudly married to the love of his life Cora and often reminisced about the day they got married. Kenneth was also a proud father of his children.
Kenneth is preceded in death by his parents Kenneth Sr. and Margie Evans; grandparents: Jesus and Guadalupe Velasquez and Frank and Addie Evans and brother Randy G. Evans.
Those left to cherish his memories are his wife Cora O'Neal Evans; children: Kenneth Nix, Kenneth F. Evans and Deloise (Dee-Dee); siblings: William R. Evans, Cindy Jo Evans- Watts and Brian K. Evans; four grandchildren: Tyra Talley, Drew Talley, Kylam Jesse Evans and Samaria Dashawh Dew along with a host of other beloved family and friends who will miss him dearly.
A memorial service for Kenneth will be held Saturday, September 26, 2020 at 10:00 am at Anderson Clayton Funeral Home in Kaufman, Texas.
Saturday, September 26, 2020
Kenneth Dale Evans Jr.
September 11, 2020
Cora, Bill and I are so sorry for your loss, we miss Bubba too. I remember back in 1975 Bubba, me and Casey went to an Eagles concert ,WHEN HELL FREEZES OVER Tour damn we had a great time, i will never forget it, Bubba was singing at the top of his lungs, knew the words to every song, God we were all singing, had a blast , will never forget it
August 25, 2020
My condolences to the Evan family,
Bubba was one the sweetest part of my childhood in Edgewood, i have so many memories of spending time at my dads .
Bubba knew where everything was and where to go.like We could always Find him hanging out with aunt Virginia and Mona‘a house. He and my brother Phillip were enseparable when were there, playing on the railroad tracks, sneaking to the cemetery, going to the grocery store and charging junk food, a lot of food .
Rest In Peace cousin thanks for all our childhood Memories 😥😢