Dorothy M. Evans, Age :87
Aug 28,1932---May 03,2020

Dorothy M Evans, 87, Peoria, Arizona formerly of Kansas City, KS died May 3, 2020 from a heart attack.  She was born August 28, 1932 to Helen and Ralph Furlong and was one of four children.

She is survived by three children, Mark Evans (Nancy), Shelley McCann (Gary) and Mike Evans (Debbie), grandchildren Glenne Evans, Kara Evans, Rene Evans, Heather Bargas, Meghan Theiss, Brooke Evans and  Mindy Camren, great grandchildren Hannah Bargas, Jenna Bargas, Landon Evans, Macie Little, Chase Theiss, Tucker Theiss and Lola Theiss and sister Jeanette Goodall.  She was a 1951 graduate of Wyandotte High School.  She and her husband Don Evans were owners of Don Evans Florist until their retirement.  While saying goodbye is never easy, we are thankful she was ready to meet her Lord and Savior.  Mom we will miss you each and every day. 

Graveside services will be held at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday, May 13, at Gate of Heaven Cemetery.  Memorial contributions may be made to Open Door Baptist Church, Kansas City, Kansas.



Condolences

Jack and Karen Anzelc May 10 ,2020

Friend ,Peoria ,Arizona

Dorothy will be missed very much. Jack picked up Dorothy in the church parking lot every Sunday on the golf cart and dropped her off at the front door. Karen always greeted Dorothy inside the door. We lived in the same community and were neighbors and friends. Whenever Dorothy was unable to attend church she was missed. May God comfort the family during their time of grief. Jack and Karen Anzelc

Maureen Mahoney May 11 ,2020

Friend of her sons ,Kansas City ,Kansas

Dear Mark and Mike, I am thinking of you and your families and sending you prayers. I didn’t know your mother but I know you two. She must have been a wonderful person. Fondly, Maureen

Jeffrey Evans May 11 ,2020

nephew ,Maplewood ,New Jersey

To all the family, saddened as I am, my heart goes out to you. Aunt Dorothy was one of my favorites and I will remember fondly the many fun times our families, Ron (Don's twin), Jody, me, Rick, and Greg; and Don & Dot and Mark, Mike, and Shelley spent together. I especially recall the time I found myself in Phoenix and broke away from all the meetings to visit her and Don there. I wish I could be with everyone in Kansas City to see her put to rest. Like many who are now caring for elderly relatives in our homes, remaining in place is safest. At times like this, though, there is some comfort to be taken in Psalm 30, that joy comes with the morning.