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Steven Wayne Evans February 18, 1950 - June 24, 2021

February 1950 ~ June 2021

Steven was a kind, gentle, giving man who loved God and Country.  Steve never knew a stranger and spent his life helping others.  He was loved by his family and friends and he will be missed.  Steven was a member of The Barbership Quartet in Modesto, CA. 

He is survived by his wife Kathleen Evans; daughter Emily Petersen of Fresno; sister Barbara Jean Tetreault of San Francisco; four grandchildren; nieces and nephews Laurie Orange of Illinois, Debbie Orange of S. Carolina, Kathy Brown of Utah, Earl Evans of Pennsylvania, Jennifer Balest of Ohio and Bill Tetreault of California. 

Memorial contributions can be made in Steven’s memory to Community Hospice 4368 Spyres Way Modesto, CA 95356. 

No services will be held at this time.

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  1. Roe Darnell says

    Steve was a delight to know and sing with. I know him as a fellow barbershop singer in the Golden Valley Chorus. He was ever present with a kind and gentle spirit. We miss him!

  2. Emily says

    ..dad im jiz finding this out…i have NO WORDS…JIZ TEARZ…

  3. Kathy Brown says

    I already miss my Uncle Stevie so much. He was one of the kindest people anyone could ever meet. He never spoke an unkind word about anyone. When we were young he would drive us anywhere we wanted to go in his car. He would play games with us – let us listen to records and watch tv in his room. He always had a big smile and sweet laugh for everyone. I will forever love and miss him – but I know I’ll see him again in heaven one day. He was a solid man of God and I have lots of memories of him playing the piano at home and at church. He could listen to a song once and have it figured out on the piano in a quick minute. So many fun memories. Love you Uncle Stevie!

  4. Vickie & Breanna Martin says

    Our sympathies and prayers to Kathy and family. We know Steve fought a brave battle and is at rest now. Hold memories close to your heart and may God be a source of comfort to Kathy and loved ones.

  5. Manzanita H Lowarch says

    I only knew Steve through my dear friend, his wife, Kathy. He was her great support in all things and she often told me that she could not do what she did without him. Steve was right there with Kathy as she walked through her recent health scare. She talked of his love of God. And, he was such a Fox News fan that she would complain. It takes a strong man of God, with a heart of gold, to take in his mother-in-law and keep the peace. What I will remember most, and thank him for, is the huge smile on Kathy’s face when she talked of him.

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