Elva Evans © Enid News and Eagle 04-10-1979 Submitted by: Jo Aguirre
Nash – Mrs. Elva Evans, a resident of Nash since 1923, died Tuesday morning in an Enid hospital. Her funeral will be at 2 PM Friday in the First Baptist Church with the Rev. George Hair officiating.
Mrs. Evans will be buried in the New Home Cemetery, with the Wilson Funeral Home of Pond Creek in charge of arrangements.
Mrs. Evans was born March 30, 1901, in Karoma and was married to Russell Evans November 17, 1923, in Enid. She was a member of the Nash First Baptist Church and the Order of Eastern Star, Nash Chapter 381.
In addition to her husband Russell of the home, she is survived by three sons, Conrad of Stillwater, Duane of Nash and Hallie, Pond Creek; four daughters, Mrs. Marvin D. (Orana) Felix of Perryton, Texas, Mrs. Billie G. (Kathleen) Hayes of Moore, Mrs. Earl E (Ilus) Overton, Kermit, Texas, and Mrs. Harvey Dale (Marilyn) Foster of Nash; her mother, Mrs. Alice Crain of Enid; a brother, Orville Crain, Perryton; two sisters, Mrs. Levi (Ivy) Evans, Tonkawa, and Mrs. Russell (Edna) Jones, Enid; 27 grandchildren; 13 great – grandchildren; an infant daughter, Ivy Lois, preceded her in death.
Those who wish may make contributions to the – Baptist Church in memory of Mrs. Evans. Contributions may be made direct or through the funeral home.
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