Dan Evans

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Funeral services for Dan Evans, 87, of Lone Star, will be 2 PM Saturday, May 10 at Shady Grove Christian Church in Cason with the Bro. Kenneth Fredrick officiating. Burial will follow in Shady Grove Cemetery in Cason. Mr. Evans died May 6, 2008 at a Pittsburg hospital. Mr. Evans became a member of The Shady Grove Christian Church at an early age. He was a long time employee of Grogan Supply Lumber Yard in Daingerfield. He is preceded in death by his loving wife, Clara Evans, his daughter Emma Jean Evans and his parents Tom and Pollie Evans. He is survived by one son D.E. Evans, six daughters Emma Faye Evans, Martha Shaw, Jo Ann Evans, Jane Evans, Gloria Smith, Rosie Gasaway, numerous grandchildren, several great grandchildren and great-great grandchildren. If We Could Bring You Back If we could bring you back again, For one more hour or day. We'd express all our unspoken love, We'd have countless things to say. If we could bring you back again, We'd say we treasured you. And that your presence in our live Meant more than we ever knew. If we could bring you back again, To tell you what we should. You'd know how much we miss you now, And if we could, we would. Your loving children, D.E., Emma Faye, Martha, Jo Ann, Jane, Gloria and Rosie Beyond Life's Gateway There is an open gate at the end of the road. Through which we must pass alone. And there is a light we cannot see, But the Father claims his own. Beyond this gate your loved one's find, Happiness and rest. And there is comfort in the thought, That a loving God knows best. You slipped away so quietly. Perhaps it was for the best. We pray that God may give, You sweet dreams and quiet rest. A precious one from us has gone, A voice we love is stilled. A place is vacant in our home, Which never can be filled

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  1. Even though it has been years since we have lived close to you and your family, we have often spoke of the fond memories we have of Dan and you kids.This world needs people like your father. He was a good man with a love for his family. Many days he would sit at Uncle Clinton's store talking about each and every one of you. He was proud of his family.God "loaned" him to you and one day we will all see him and will never be parted again.Our prayers and thoughts are with each and every one of you kids.Shirley, Angela, Richie, Mayo and Karen McClellan

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