Funeraria del Angel Oxnard

401 West Channel Islands Blvd, Oxnard, CA


Alice C. Evans

January 24, 1937August 12, 2020

Alice Carraso Evans was born on January 24, 1937 in Los Angeles, California and passed away on August 12, 2020, in Henderson, Nevada. Alice is survived by sons Fred Jr. (Beth), Steve (Yvonne), James (Nephthys), and Carol (Bob) Taylor. She is survived by ten grandchildren (Joshua, Elise, Jessica, Steve, Nathan, Monica, Sarah, Cayden, Taran, and Karys) and five great-grandchildren (Joshua Jr., Jenavee, James, Breanna and Mia.) She was preceded in death by her husband of 59 Fred R. Evans. She was the last of the Carrascos of her generation and was preceded in death by her siblings, Ernesto, Hermalinda, Epitacio, Lucila, and Jose Rodolfo. In light of the recent worldwide occurrences dealing with the outbreak of COVID-19, the services will be private and reserved for immediate family only. The family hopes to have a celebration of her life once it is safer to do so. Please share your thoughts on this page. We would love to hear your stories about Alice C. Evans.


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Yvonne Pillado Pimentel

August 29, 2020

I had the pleasure of being introduced to Mrs. Evans in 1975 through her Son Steve and we became very close in 1984. . . 36 plus years of a Beautiful Friendship that I will cherish forever. My fondest memory is of us attending the Donny & Marie Show! Throughout the years we have enjoyed our frequent phone conversations; we would cry, joke and laugh with each other. . . more often it was just laughing a lot! Last September I made a trip to Nevada to visit her. We enjoyed the weekend of going to dinner and to the Casinos with my Nina. I will always remember her Beautiful face and eyes, the smell of her perfume and how she dressed to a Tee! Mrs. Evans I will miss you dearly, our conversations, your laughter and your words of wisdom! You can now rest peacefully in the presence of our Lord along with Mr. Evans. Love you Always, Love Yvonne❤️🙏 My Deepest Condolences to the Evans Family for the Loss of your Beautiful Mom! ❤️🙏Love Yvonne

Carl Botello

August 26, 2020

Too many great memories to share, but one of my favorite ones are going to their house on Sundays, when they lived in Oxnard for her chile con carne, beans, and tortillas. Cured the crudo really good, better than menudo. We shared a lot of great times together. Fred & her showed us a great time when Connie and I went to spend a weekend with them in Henderson many years ago. We laughed all weekend long. I will miss our phone conversations. Alice and I always kept in touch. I'm sure going to miss you Alice. Now take Fred by the hand and rest peacefully. I LOVE YOU!

Patricia Barr

August 25, 2020

Alice was such a sweet lady and a good friend to me. I will always treasure our talks (could we vent to each other!) She was very proud of her family, a wonderful grandma and great-grandma. I will miss you, Alice!

Linda Vincent

August 25, 2020

My aunt Alice❤️.....Her smile, her laughter, the twinkle in her eyes, I’ll treasure the times I spent with her when I was younger, the memories of visits when I would take my mother Ermelinda, her older sister, to visit back in Oxnard and then to Henderson, Nevada.
Those are treasured times for sure.

Connie Botello

August 25, 2020

Hi Evans Family,my luv&condolences to you all. Just want you to know that your Mom was my dear friend;We did a lot of things together;especially when she lived here in Oxnard. I missed her very much!!I tried to keep in touch often ,also tried to convince her to move back. Her laughter,voice is also my memories...I have a plant,that grew like a tree; I named it Alice❤ I want you to know I had a Mass said for her at St.Clara Church;we shared our Faith in God always!! Most of all she is together with your Dad,She missed him very much,love you all,her children🙏😘 I want u to know our home has open doors for you all.GOD BLESSINGS💫💐🌺🌹🌹🌹🌹

Patsy Carrasco Urias

August 25, 2020

A fond memory of Tia Alicia is that of always having delicious food to eat when we would visit her in Oxnard. Her chile verde con carne and frijoles mmmmmm good.!!
Tia, you are now resting with our Lord and Savior , mother, father and siblings.

Josh Scott

August 25, 2020

My grama was my angel plane and simple she loved me only the way a grama can .
She gave me hope when I felt like there was none and always said it was ok even when it wasn’t. I will never forget her and never let my kids either . I will always remember her hugs her smell her smile and her voice .asking me if I was hungry ? And telling me how I need to ask god for help she was the best grama you could ask for better than what I deserve I am sorry I wasn’t there in the end and I love you grama. But your with grandpa now so rest and I will see you when I get there until then watch over me and my family.


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