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OBITUARY

Patty Lou Evans

January 8, 1948November 27, 2019

Patty L. Evans, beloved wife, mother, and grandmother, passed away peacefully on November 27, 2019 in Longmont, Colorado.

She was born on January 8, 1948 in La Junta, Colorado to the late Melvin and Evelyn (Meckenberg) Vanbuskirk.

Patty grew up in LaJunta, Colorado and after meeting her now husband, Dave Evans at the age of 14, (he 15 at the time) graduated high school and together they began their courtship and eventually married in 1966 on October 1st. Dave eventually started his own car repair business where Patty worked as a bookkeeper for over 40 years.

Family and friends were extremely important in her life. She and her family took a vacation to Hawaii and Patty made holidays special with her heart for giving. Patty and Dave’s faith in Jesus Christ was at the center of their relationship.

Patty is survived by a host of family that includes her devoted husband, Dave A. Evans, loving children, Brett Evans, Eric Evans, and Jessica Miceli; precious grandchildren, Taylor, Hannah, Brettley Junior (Button), Matthew; siblings Ronnie, Bill, Shirley. In addition to her parents Patty was preceded in death by her brothers Jim, Gene, and Les.

Celebration of Patty’s life service will take place Saturday, December 21st, 2019 from 3:00pm - 7:00 pm at New Freedom Outreach Center Church, 250 Mountain Ave. in Berthoud, Colorado. Please bring a dish to share and wear bright celebratory colors.

The family asks that Patty be remembered with donation to Women's Aglow Benevolence Fund, sent c/o Carol Carpenter, 937 Glenview Drive, Berthoud, CO 80513

Services

21 December

Celebration of Life

3:00 pm - 7:00 pm

New Freedom Outreach Church

250 Mountain Ave
Berthoud, Colorado

Memories

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Helen Gouge

December 7, 2019

I met Patty thru Aglow International. Patty became a faithful roomie for me. When I began to have struggles getting to the conferences, Patty help in so many ways. It was always a joy to share what the message was for that time. I will always have memories to hold close to me. Dance with Jesus now and watch for me.

Lynne Evans

December 6, 2019

Patty was my mother in-law for 22 years. She was a very loving and supportive person. Her home was always open to anyone wanting to join the family for a holiday party or barbecue. She was a great mother and grandmother. Her friendly smile and warm heart will be missed. My thoughts and prayers are with Dave and the family.
Lynne

Amy Marriott

December 5, 2019

Patty was always one the most happy people I've ever met. No matter where she was she had the biggest, brightest smile on her face. She was glowing every time I saw her. Patty impacted so many peoples lives. She made Aglow retreats so amazing and powerful to go to. I loved every single moment I had with her. πŸ’œπŸ’œ

Brett Evans

December 5, 2019

Michael Miceli

December 5, 2019

I will never forget the 1st time I meet my future mother in law. She made me feel so welcome to the family and I will always cherish that. She always made me and my son feel comfortable to be a part of the family. She was truly a loving, caring and selfless person. I miss you Mom. Love you; you are in great hands now.

Beverly Gadbois

December 4, 2019

My condolences to the precious family of Patty Evans. Patty was an integral part of our Aglow family. We will definitely miss her; we were privileged to pray for her. We have the Blessed Assurance she is with Jesus now and that gives us peace; may it bless you, her family.

Renee Howell

December 3, 2019

You are missed dearly, but I know you are having the time of your life dancing with Jesus. I also know you are watching over Wesley and Hayden , thank you for that. It will forever be embedded in me , your excitement to go home to the lord. God Bless
Love you and miss you,
RenΓ©e and family

Jessica Miceli

December 3, 2019

Hi i just wanted to post that I am so grateful for the family that mom created with not only her blood relatives, but also her church family, her aglow family, and her neighborly family. The people that my mom touched and to have seen the amazing support over the past few months says volumes about what kind of people she surrounded herself with.. I am so happy to have gotten close to many of you in these past few months. πŸ’›πŸ’›πŸ’›πŸ’›πŸ’›πŸ’›πŸ’›πŸ’›πŸ’›

Eric Evans

December 3, 2019

I could not have asked for a better mom. You gave me a great childhood and prepared me for the adult world. You have a heart of gold and would do anything for any body. Your Faith was the rock of our family. I miss the Sunday family dinners we used to have. My favorite was your home made chicken and noodles, But you rocked a mean pot roast as well. I know with my heart you are in a better place and your body is whole again. I will miss you Love Eric.

Debbie Vance

December 3, 2019

With all our hearts, we will miss Aunt Patty. Sending virtual hugs to the Uncle Dave and Family.

Much Love
Ken and Deb Vance

FROM THE FAMILY