Bronice Inez Evans

November 1, 1928January 23, 2019

Bronice “Bonnie” Inez Evans, 90, born November 1,1928, joined our father on January 23,2019.

She enjoyed bowling, dancing, cooking and being the hostess and caregiver. Above all, she lived her life for her friends, family, and pets, giving generously and loving each and every one she knew unselfishly. On this day, she joined her parents, brothers and husband, Jack R. Evans Jr. in Heaven.

Left to cherish Bonnie’s memories are her son, Ronnie Anderson and wife, Cecilia of Edmond, Oklahoma; daughters, Jackie Taylor-Evans and Kim Evans of Edmond, Oklahoma; 8 grandchildren;15 great grandchildren; as well as many nieces, nephews, and many dear friends.


  • Christopher Rogers
  • Casey Rogers
  • Christopher Anderson
  • Gage Anderson
  • Forrest Anderson
  • Donny Lackey
  • Jack Rogers


  • Visitation Thursday, January 31, 2019
  • Funeral Service Friday, February 1, 2019

Bronice Inez Evans

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Amber Martinez

February 1, 2019

She was an amazing woman! She always loved me & my son like her own and she of course adored my sweet daughter. She was always there when you didn't even think you needed her! She was so classy and such a caregiver. Her cooking was amazing and her heart was made of gold! She also never minded to put you in your place or telling you what needs to be done because her words of wisdom were always so strong. She always did everything she could to make sure anybody in her family had everything they needed to the best of her ability! I have so many found memories of her, she will always hold a special place in my heart for all that she did for me & my children. I love that after all these years she's finally dancing in Heaven with Jack! It's where her heart wanted to be for a long time I think ❤ Much love and many prayers of comfort to you all.

Charisse Kubr

January 29, 2019

Aunt Bonnie was at once the ideal of femininity with her impeccable style of dress and her gracious manners and at the same time, so approachable, loving, embracing, down to earth. She laughed with us and cried with us. I love you Bonnie, thank you for setting an example of how to be a larger than life woman with grace and love and always a fun sense of humor. You indeed brought light into our lives. Our hearts ache for missing your influence, With Love to my cousins, Charisse (Donna’s daughter)

Renee Martin

January 29, 2019

I remember the first time I met Bonnie. She attended a dinner with Jackie where the girls from work all got together that evening. I thought, wow, she is exquisite! She completely lit up the room with her beautiful smile and bigger than life personality. As the years have gone by, we visited each other's homes and met for dinners and I grew to love her very much. The last time she was at my home, she wanted to hold Rata, my little yorkie, we shared a love of dogs and Rata was in dog heaven. Bonnie, you will be greatly missed and I look forward to meeting you again in Heaven. Love to all the family and prayers for comfort during this difficult time.

Mary Wallace

January 28, 2019

Bonnie, I will miss seeing your beautiful face and talking to you ,you always had a beautiful smile on your face and something sweet to say! Rest In Peace with your loved ones in heaven!

Debra Stanley

January 27, 2019

I most remember how hospitable she was. Through the years whenever I visited she always offered tea, chicken salad or tuna fish salad sandwiches, chocolate chip banana bread, and this awesome Italian Crème Cake. And she always asked about everyone in your life and how they were. A very special aunt.

love Debra