Wanda “Faye” Evans

Feb 2nd, 1946 - Feb 13th, 2017

Visitation:

Mitchell-Hughes Funeral Home

Wed, Feb. 15th, 2017 5 - 8 pm

Service:

Mitchell-Hughes Funeral Home

Thu, Feb. 16th, 2017 1 pm

Wanda “Faye” Evans

Wanda “Faye” Evans, 71, of Marion, passed away on Monday, February 13, 2017 at 9:40 pm at her home. 

Faye was born February 2, 1946 in Marion the daughter of Luther and Sophie (McGuire) Frey.  She married Larry Evans on February 14, 1986 in Marion and together they have shared 31 years of marriage. 

She was of the Baptist Faith.  Faye and Larry worked together, traveling across the country at horse race tracks. 

Survivors include her;Husband – Larry Evans of Marion

Son – Robby Owens(DeDe) of Murfreesboro, Tennessee

Son – Tim Owens (Kathy) of Decherd, Tennessee

Son – Kevin Owens (Mickey) of Marion

Ten grandchildren; Robby Wayne,  Brittany,  Amanda,  Samantha,  Tabatha, Savanna, Jera, Mitchell, Laura and Justin

Thirteen great grandchildren

Sister – Lois Zdankiewicz

Sister – Yvonne Martin 

Preceded by her Parents, Son – Jerry Owens, Grandson – Dustin Owens, Two Sisters – Amla Swafford and Juanita Wilkens. 

Funeral services will be Thursday, February 16, 2017 at 1 pm at Mitchell-Hughes Funeral Home with Rev. Bradley Dexter officiating.  Visitation will be Wednesday evening from 5 – 8 pm at the funeral home. 

For those who prefer memorials may be made to Hospice of Southern Illinois.  Envelopes will be available and accepted at Mitchell-Hughes Funeral Homes, 800 North Market Street, Marion, Illinois  62959.

 

 

 




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2 Guestbook Messages

  • Guest: Hardini Carter

    From: Cain Ridge, Tennessee

    Date: February 15, 2017

    May God bless you and your family. She will be in your hearts forever and live through you. Many Blessings

  • Guest: Cindy Dawes Flanagan

    From: Mount Vernon , Illinois

    Date: February 15, 2017

    I always admired Wanda Fay for her dedication to family and friends. If she loved you – you really knew that she did and if she didn’t well you knew that too. Her fierce love for her boys was amazing; she loved them with a passion no matter what they had done. My deepest sympathy to Tim and his family, I pray your memories and love of each other will comfort you.