Evans, Edward

Evans — Edward, beloved husband of Linda Evans, father of Dean and Val, passed away peacefully in the Brandon Regional Health Centre on Sunday, April 27, 2014 at the age of 76 years.  Funeral service was held at Central United Church, 327 – 8th Street, Brandon, Manitoba on Thursday, May 1, 2014 at 2:00 p.m. Private interment in the Brandon Cemetery.  In lieu of flowers, in memory of Ed, donations may be made to Cancer Care Manitoba or to a charity of your choice.

12 thoughts on “Evans, Edward”

  1. Dear Linda, Dean & Val
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. We have fond memories of Ed at the cabin at Oak Lake which we will treasure. Many nights were shared sitting around the camp fire. Ed had a heart of gold and was always eager to help others.
    He will be missed but not forgotten. Sincerely,
    Derrick & Laurie Pandolfi & family.

  2. Linda & Family
    Please know that our thoughts are with all of you
    especially during this very difficult time.Ed will be remembered by many.

  3. Linda, Dean and Val:
    Very sorry to hear of Ed’s passing. He was a great co- worker and a great guy. I enjoyed seeing him when he would pop by to say hello here at work after he retired. Two things about Ed I will always remember. The first was you always knew where Ed stood on things and two, he was always there to help out. Both qualities I always admired about Ed. R.I.P. Ed. You will be missed by many. I am sure you will cherish the many wonderful memories you have of Ed.
    Take care.
    Sincerely, Al Sellars

  4. Dear Linda, Dean,Val .
    Thinking of you during this difficult time. My thoughts our with you and your families. Bev and Bruce Born

  5. Linda & Family. Our sincere sympathy to your entire family with Ed’s passing. He was such a great and loyal friend to Bill and continued even after he became ill. It reflects his true character, integrity and what a genuinely honest and sincere person he was. “Whereever a beautiful soul has been…..there is a trail of beautiful memories.” Our thoughts and prayers are with you – cherish the fabulous memories to ease this difficult time.

  6. Linda, Val and Dean
    We are so sorry to hear of your loss of Ed. He certainly touched so many lives in a positive way; you will miss him greatly as will many others. Sincere condolences from Barrie & Helen Cochrane

  7. Linda and family:

    We were so sorry to learn of your loss. Fond memories of ball and curling with Ed. Unable to be with you on May 1st as Glenda is undergoing surgery. Our prayers are with you.

    Evelyn and Glenn Clark

  8. Linda, Dean, Val and family,
    Sending our love, support and sincere sympathy to you as you grieve for the loss of “Mr. Evans”. Will miss his contagious smile. Love reading about all of his wonderful attributes and characteristics like compassion, true friend, genuine, positive and sincere. Amazing how those great qualities live within his children as well. Sorry we cannot be with you tomorrow. You will be in our thoughts. Love The Chicken Wing.

  9. We will always remember Ed as Fast Eddie, not even sure how this name came to be! He made the only deer steak we have tasted that didn’t taste like wild meat, absolutely delicious, one of Ashley’s favorites as a little girl. Conversation was always easy and there was always lots to talk about, Jason always mentioned how he loved Ed’s many stories. He was the first one to help when Jason got stuck at the top of the hill hauling a big monster red shed to our farm, with the old beater truck! He sure loved the outdoors, sports, his grandkids and family were everything. He enjoyed life and fought so hard, I admire his strength so much. May you rest in peace until we all meet again.

  10. On behalf of our family, I would like to offer our sincere sympathy on the loss of your loved one, Ed. May the memories you cherish help you through this sad time.
    Sincerely, Myrna Myers

  11. Linda and family- We were so sorry to have missed Ed’s funeral. He was such a good guy and spent so much of his time helping others. The entire Beare family is so grateful for all of the time he spent with Bill. Taking him out for drives and the many visits just being truly a good friend to Bill when he needed him most….We all would do well to learn a lesson from Ed and the way he lived his life.. Ed will be sadly missed by so many, we wish you and your family the very best Linda. Take care and know we are thinking of you…Linda and Mark Fisher

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