William T Evans obit
William T. Evans Dies At Home In Paradise Valley William Thomas Kvans died at his 'home in Paradise Valley yesterday yesterday morning following an illness of several months' duration. He was 32 yea is of age and came to l'hoe-nix l'hoe-nix l'hoe-nix about two years ago from his former home in Santa Ana, California. California. Prior to coming to Phoenix, he waj tin district manager of the Federal Life Insurance company in Sam Ana. lie is rurvived by his widow. Mrs. Ar.g,eline Dorton Evans, and his mother, Airs. Fannie Kvans, of Santa Ana, Cal., both of whom were at his bedside when he died. He Jlfro is survived by one brother, Lee Evans, of Borger, Texas, and two sisters. Miss Ruth Evans and Mrs. E. C. Jones, both of Borger, TV?xas; ono unc e, E. B. Hardcastle, of Piioenir, and a cousin, Mrs. R. B. Uuticr, of the Washington district, near Pnoenix. Funeral services will be held in Giend;ile Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The Rev. Bancroft, pastor of ti.e desert chapel of the Presbyterian Presbyterian church, will officiate. Burial wiil be made in Greenwood ile-moiiul ile-moiiul ile-moiiul Talk.