Mary Constance Evans

of Lubbock, TX

June 21, 1934 - February 9, 2021


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Mary Constance “Connie” Evans born, June 21, 1934, went to be with our Lord on Tuesday February 9th, 2021 at the age of 86. She was a devoted wife, mother, and grandmother who spent her life serving others. She was most loved by her late husband John Richard Evans; her children John and Judy Evans of Boise, Idaho, Mark and Susan Evans of Johnson City, Tennessee, Tony and Jodi Mascorro of San Antonio, Texas and Lori Evans of Lubbock, Texas; her grandchildren Matt and Vanessa Batts, Shawn Evans, Dustin and Melissa Evans, Brandon Mascorro, Jacob and Breonne Luna, Levi Davis, and Jordan Mascorro; great grandchildren Matthew and Reece Evans, Kali Mascorro, Eli Evans, Cameron and Sadie Batts, Jackson and Jayce Davis, and Jhett and Lainey Jo Luna.

Connie was born to Samuel and Grace Davis on June 21, 1934, in Jackson Ohio. Upon Graduating High School, she married John Evans and quickly became a Military wife. She traveled with John on his duty assignments throughout the U.S. and overseas. While raising 4 children she gained her LVN License. During her 30+ years of nursing she poured herself into all of her patients which included elderly, surgical, and those recovering from drug addictions. She spent most of her life in San Antonio and the River Walk was her favorite place, especially at Christmas time.

After her retirement at age 65, Connie enjoyed traveling and volunteering. Her favorite volunteer activities included sitting with hospice patients and building houses with Habitat for Humanity. Her most notable trip was working side by side with President Jimmy Carter in Costa Rica building homes. She loved family gatherings and always had a beautiful spirit, smile and laugh. She was strong in her faith and listened to Max Lucado’s online services weekly.
Connie was the perfect combination of sweet and sassy and brought joy to all she met. We will forever miss our Mom, Nani, G-nani and Best friend.

The family is honoring her life with an intimate and private celebration.

In Lieu of flowers, the family request donations be made to the American Parkinson Disease Association at adaparkinson.org









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9 Condolence(s)
Breonne Luna
Lubbock, TX
Monday, February 22, 2021

The world will never be the same. Thank you for showing me the true love of a grandmother. Ill forever carry my sweet and sassy Nani in my heart. We love you G-Nani. <3 Bree, Jacob, Jhett & Lainey Jo

John & Judy Evans
Boise, ID
Saturday, February 20, 2021

Both Judy and I miss you dear mother. Remembering the laughter when you visited. I will miss you so much but delighted with the thoughts of you and dad dancing away with Jesus. I will always love you dear heart as you would call me. Peace dear mother.

REYNA MCDONALD
Nashville, TN
Thursday, February 18, 2021

I met sweet connie at Ventura Place where I volunteer for many years until we moved to Nashville, Tennessee. Connie was very sweet person and I use to help her to do different things that she was not able to do, we had a good time together visiting and talking about her 3 little babies that she enjoyed a lot of their company. I enjoyed helping all those who needed and I did it for God.
Praying for the whole family and may God bless everyone with love, peace and hope.

Mark and Susan Evans
Johnson City, TN
Sunday, February 14, 2021

We love and miss you Mother We know you're dancing with Pops and enjoying being in God's Kingdom. Love Mark and Susan ❤️

Greg & Marilyn Clay
Warner Robins, GA
Sunday, February 14, 2021

Mark, so sorry for your loss. Marilyn and I know your
sorrow and pray for strength and healing during this difficult time.

David Mahaffey
San Antonio, TX
Saturday, February 13, 2021

She represented the best of the military wives often unseen and unappreciated. They really are the Hero's behind the Hero. The Lord is lucky to have her as a resident in His House of Peace. My thoughts and prayers to your family.

David Mahaffey
San Antonio, TX
Saturday, February 13, 2021

She represented the best of the military wives often unseen and unappreciated. They really are the Hero's behind the Hero. The Lord is lucky to have her as a resident in His House of Peace. My thoughts and prayers to your family.

Beatrice Copado Rodriguez
San Antonio, TX
Saturday, February 13, 2021

My condolences to the family.

Vanessa Batts
San Antonio, TX
Saturday, February 13, 2021

We love you Grandma and will miss you! I hope you’re dancing with Grandpa and getting a good chat in with Aunt Sheila!
Love - Ness, Matt, Cam & Sadie ❤️