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Nancye Evans

Nancye Rees Evans (Worick)

Tuesday, January 14th, 1930 - Saturday, December 12th, 2020
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Nancye Rees (Worick) Evans, 90, widow of Donald Dean Evans, passed away on Saturday, December 12th, 2020. A Fleming County native, she was the daughter of the late Rees Worick and Jewell (Runyon) Lewis. Nancye was a member of Newtown Christian Church. She was a long time member and past president of Scott County Homemakers and was a tailored seamstress. She was an avid UK basketball fan and enjoyed socializing with her family and friends. Nancye is survived by her two sons, Kevan (Sue) Evans and Keith (Claudia) Evans; her two daughters, Katherine (Michael) Paynter and Kimberly (Rand) Marshall; eight grandchildren, Joshua (Jennifer) Evans, Jennifer Evans, Heather (Richard) Holmes, Rachel (Matt) Wilhoite, Noelle Evans, Evan (Tania) Sharp, Erin (Matthew) Alred and Rees Marshall; thirteen great-grandchildren, Cameron Evans, Brandon Gross, Karina Estrada, Kate Evans, Ethan Holmes, Richie (Megan) Holmes, Christina Holmes, Anna Beth Wilhoite, Amelia Wilhoite, Christopher Sharp, Anderson Sharp, Andrew Alred and Emmett Alred; sisters-in-law, Mary Dan Day, Evelyn Evans and Ann Griffith; and brothers-in-law, Jay Day and Sherrill Storey. In addition to her parents and husband, Nancye was preceded in death by her step-brother, Gerald Griffith and step-sister, Sue Lynn Storey; sisters-in-law, Norma Jean Wagoner, Nila Ray Simons, Jo Ann Grannis, Joyce Evans; brothers-in-law, Charles Wagoner, Joe Simons, Clay Evans, Jimmy Grannis and Kenny Evans. Services will be private with Reverend Bob Franz officiating. Burial will be in Georgetown Cemetery. Serving as pallbearers will be Josh Evans, Richard Holmes, Matt Wilhoite, Evan Sharp, Matthew Alred and Rees Marshall. Memorial contributions may be directed to the donor’s favorite charity.

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    Georgetown Cemetery
    710 S. Broadway
    Georgetown, KY 40324
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David Evans, Terri Kurzendoerfer, and Sara Swinford

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Edward Penn

Posted at 01:18pm
Kathy, Kevan, Keith, and Kimberly -

Will always have fond memories of your mother and of the Evans family - all of you. My memories of her and you go all the way back to 1960 or '61, when you moved here and lived in the old farm house on Stone Road, prior to the newer brick house being built. I vividly recollect times spent at both houses, and with all of you at the church in Newtown, at Boy Scout meetings, and in grade school at Eastern Elementary. I recall Nancye - what I always called her and never Mrs. Evans - taking me and Kevan to Boy Scout camp in Mount Sterling, hurtling down the highway in her Dodge Dart convertible. I recall Nancye and my mother, as well as Mildred Ritchie, Katie Kriegel, Nancy Marshall, and many others acting as home room mothers, hauling dozens of cupcakes into our grade school classrooms on special occasions, which seemed to me to be every other week. Those are times worth remembering, I think. There are many others, though, too numerous to mention here in this small space.

Nancye was a good and special person. I know that you are proud to be her children, and I am proud to have known her.

Lisa S. Grant

Posted at 01:01pm
Kim, Wishing you peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your heart. Love You!
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