Faye Ann Evans

Sept. 1, 2020 ~ Dec. 30, 2020

FAYE ANN EVANS

A service celebrating Faye’s life will be help on Saturday, Jan. 2, at 10 a.m., at Faith Baptist Church, 249 Holden Road, Youngsville, NC 27596.

Faye Ann will be remembered and loved by her parents, Ryan and Chris Evans, siblings, Naomi, Porter, and Raylan Evans, grandparents, Pam and Roland Evans, Ronnie and Angie Rowe, Sara and Keith Catlett, great-grandparents Joetta and Bill Haynes, Rita and Robert Pack, Thelma Sharpe and Edgar Smith. Her short life on earth has made an eternal impact on all those around her.

Faye Ann Evans went to heaven to be with Jesus on Dec. 30, 2020. Faye’s short time on earth was full of great bravery and joy. Knowing that she is forever with her Savior, gives the family great comfort. Faye brought many people to Christ with her testimony of the power of choosing life. Although we feel great sorrow, we can rejoice knowing that Faye’s precious life was a gift that glorified Him.

In lieu of flowers, condolences can be sent to Faith Baptist Church, in care of the Evans family.

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