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Greg G. Evans


Greg Evans, formerly of Alliance, Ohio, passed away Wednesday May 8, 2019 in Ashland, Ohio. Born on September 27, 1949, he was the son of the late Robert and Dorothy (Smith) Evans. Greg was a lover all sports during his time at Alliance High School but he particularly enjoyed football. He lived his entire life in northeastern Ohio and couldn’t understand why anyone wanted to live anywhere else! His love for THE Ohio State Buckeyes was never in doubt to those who knew him. Over his lifetime, he spent many afternoons and evenings in the fall watching games inside the Shoe.

He is survived by brothers Frank and Tommy Evans, his four children: Rob (Nicki), Renee (Jack) Fields, Scott (Cathy) and Casey (Brandon) Craver, 8 grandchildren and 1 great grand daughter. He was preceded in death by his parents, his sisters Donna Evans and Dolly Evans, and his brother Jim Evans.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in his honor to the American Lung Association or the American Heart Association. Memorial Services are pending at this time.

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  • Patti Boeshansz says:

    Rob and Nicki
    It’s so hard to loose someone that has had an impact on our lives.
    So sorry for your loss.
    My thought are with all of you
    Patti Boshansz

  • PJ Holloway says:

    So sorry to hear the loss of my former neighbor. We lived across the street from him. His family was like my family. We were at their house so many times. We shared talent days in their basement, igloos in the winter. hide and go seek, and so many memories with his family.

  • Paul Holeda says:

    My sincere condolences to the family. Greg was a great friend to me. We would talk daily, go over sports and current events, and of course, ” Go Buckeyes “.
    I will always remember our visits, shopping trips,having pizza and watching the ballgame. From seeing him out, leaning on the handrail by his apartment, greating neighbors and watching the birds. I know I can speak for our neighbors, he will truly be missed.
    I would look forward to our chats, swap truck driver stories, since we both had that in common. Greg would check on me and I would check on him. He was a great friend, and neighbor and I will truly miss him.

  • Jessica Roberts says:

    I’m so sad to learn of Greg’s passing. He was like a grandpa to me for as long as I could remember. He was my biggest fan when I played soccer. He never missed a game, no matter how far away it was or what the weather was. He was always there cheering me on! He was looking forward to watching my kids play soccer, and I’m heartbroken that he didn’t get the opportunity to do that. He will surely be missed. I hope you’re giving them hell up there, Greg. Rest In Peace 🙁

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