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Minnie Louise EVANS

Kilgore Cemetery
Conway County,
Arkansas

Louise 28 Sept 1921 - 3 Sept 2002

*Obituary
EVANS, Louise Elkins, age 80, of Solgohachia, died Tuesday, September 3, 2002 at the St. Vincent's Infirmary in Little Rock. A daughter of the late Hal Elkins and the late Nell Cox Elkins, Louise was born in Lonoke County, AR, on September 28, 1921. She served in the Women's Auxiliary Corps during WWII. On June 27, 1947, Louise was united in marriage to Floyd Evans, Jr. She and Floyd moved to them Morrilton area in 1968. Louise was a member of the Lone Grove Missionary Baptist Church and a homemaker. Her interests included cooking, crocheting, quilting, gardening, and fishing. Survivors include her husband of 55 years, Floyd Evans, Jr.; two sons, Ronald M. Evans and wife, Joan of Lanty and Kevin Wade Evans of Solgohachia; one daughter, Sharon R. Mullins and husband Dwight of Solgohachia; two sisters, Jewell Ward of North Little Rock, and Marjorie Ambrose of St. Petersburg, FL; five grandchildren, Laura Bennett and husband Ronald, Rhonda Ward, Lisa Tutt and husband, Jeremy, Larry Wayne, and Rebecca Foster; four great-grandchildren, Dillon and Alexia Ward, Cody Bennett and Ethan Tutt. Two sisters, Mildred Johnson and Gladys Davis; two brothers, H. F. and Clarence Elkins; and a greatgrandson, Aron Tutt, all predeceased Louise in death. Funeral services were 2 p.m. Thursday, September 5, at Bob Neal and Sons Funeral Home Chapel with Bro. Charlie Johnson officiating. Burial was in Kilgore Cemetery. Pallbearers were the Evans cousins; Toby Evans, Eugene Evans, Norman Evans, Dwight Evans, Buddy Evans, Bobby Evans, James Evans, Charlie Evans, and Herbert Kreisel.

Married 26 Jun 1947

Floyd 23 Feb 1926 - 21 Mar 2006
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Submitted: 6/5/13 • Approved: 6/19/13 • Last Updated: 6/22/13 • R888350-G888349-S3

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