OBITUARY

Virginia Sue Evans

December 29, 1938May 3, 2021

Virginia Sue Evans, age 82 of Lynchburg, passed away on Monday, May 3, 2021. She was born on December 29, 1938 in Troutman, North Carolina, to George and Addie Poarch. In addition to her parents, her husband, Mack Evans, preceded her in death. Two sisters, Margaret Lail and Jewell Shoaf, also preceded her in death. Sue was a member of Thomas Road Baptist Church. She loved to go shopping and enjoyed her travels, but her grandchildren were the real love of her life. Survivors include two children, Scott Evans and wife Stephanie and Brittany White and husband Cameron; a sister, Bonnie Beaver; six grandchildren, Cole Evans, Ethan Evans, Mason Evans, Addie Evans, Caroline White and Charlotte White. A special niece, Karen Burns, also survives her. A graveside service will be held at 2:00 pm on Friday, May 7, 2021 at Spring Hill Cemetery with Pastor Jonathan Falwell officiating. You are encouraged to post a memory, note, or words of condolence to the family by going to the funeral home website at www.whittentimberlake.com. The family requests that memorials in Sue’s memory be made to Liberty Godparent Home, 124 Liberty Mountain Drive, Lynchburg, VA 24502.

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    Friday, May 7, 2021

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Richard Albury

May 8, 2021

1978 we moved from The Bahamas to Lynchburg to attend LCA and Liberty. As a 12 year old boy Sue always was kind and hospitable. Our families became close friends and we always involved in many memories. I travelled with Mack and Sue a few times visiting churches and friends and of course Scott and me were best friends. Sue always had something good to eat or just didn’t mind making sure we were all good. So many of my childhood memories involved Sue. I am grateful for having known Sue. She was a friend to all and will he missed. Love to all the family.

Betty Hamlet

May 7, 2021

Scott, Brittany and family: Sorry I cannot be there today but sending so much love and prayers to each of you. I loved Sue so much and what a dear friend and she has been to me for so many many years. I do not know where to begin as she was such a lovely, sweet, compassionate Christian lady. I talked to her often and will miss her so very much!! Her grandchildren were the apple of her life!!🥰🥰🙏🙏

Krissie Raines

May 6, 2021

What a sweet woman. She missed her husband so much, you are now with him again! Prayers for the family!

Bill Rice

May 6, 2021

As a close friend of Scott during our college days, I lived with the Evans for a year or so, both at Wildwood and also at Ivy Hill. They were all so good to me and Julie. Mrs. Evans was so generous and kind, was quick to take us out to eat or fix a wonderful meal at home. I now have some family traditions for our 5 kids and 3 grand kids that come straight from Mrs. Evans...serving 3 meats for special meals, and her wonderful sweet potato casserole. She was a master in the kitchen, and a wonderful hostess. We love you and are covering you in our prayers during this time of loss, yet aware she is happy and well with Jesus.
Bill and Julie Rice

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FROM THE FAMILY