To the Evans Family:
Lewis was a scholarly classmate who shared our elementary school years throughout our high school experiences. As his clasmates and friends, we remember his calm demeanor and warm smile that gave a profound sense of love & respect. We realize his personal and professional accomplishments exemplify the foundations our teachers impressed upon us.
We extend our condolences and pray that the memories of Lewis sustain you during this time of sorrow.
My deepest condolences and prayers are with the Evans Family. I remember Lewis for one of the good times. Lewis and I shared a love for boating and fishing. One of his visits back to Virginia we met at the Chesapeake Bay, we had a great day on the Bay fishing and camaraderie. You maybe gone but you will never be forgotten. R.I.P
My heart is sadden by the passing of Lewis. We were neighbors when he was young. I admired him as a young man and followed his career as an adult. May God grant the family peace and know that the love of many will sustain them during this difficult time. God will provide.
"Fuji", my Kappa brother and proud member of the Torrid 20 line that defined VSU's chapter. You always possessed a great mind and a heart for those in need. You will be forever missed!
Nupe,you will always be my Mentor....
In the Bond ,
Billy Owl Allen
Alpha Phi chapter
Kappa Alpha Psi
I met Lewis years ago as I started my career at Honeywell. My deepest sympathies
God Bless the Evans Family . Rest in Peace VSU TROJAN .Much VSU Love Savon 78
He was a great man to work for. He had a great sense of humor. I'll always remember the year we celebrated his 50th birthday knowing it was really the 40th. He played along and wore his cardboard 50th tie the entire day.
He's in the arms of God now, I hope that brings solace to his family.
To the Evans Family - I have many fond memories of working with Lewis at Sperry Flight Systems/Honeywell Aerospace on the autopilots and other systems for the Boeing 7_7 airplanes. He was such a gentleman and gemtle man, always working diligently to solve problems and make the system, software and hardware work correctly with the airplane. A real pleasure to know Lewis.
Rest in Peace
With this flame your light will shine on forever. Lewis, you touched my heart and will be forever my friend. Your family is in my prayers, to be strong and shine with your light.
May the peace of GOD provide solace to your family in this time knowing that he is with our creator who loves him and all of you!!! Tracey Johnson
My sympathy to the Evans family! From playing ball in my back yard in our early years,going through Taylor school and GWHS, and catching rides to and from VA State, Lewis was a good friend! May God comfort the family.
I am very sad to see Mr. Evans pass. He was a great man and a father figure to me. When u go through life u hope to have one father there to teach u from right and wrong. I have been lucky enough to have 3. My real father, my step dad (Gerald Ervin) and Mr. Evans. The last time I saw Mr. Evans was at my step dads funeral in December. He came up to me as he always did....he shook my hand and gave me a hug. He always treated me the same way he treated his two sons. I will miss him, but he will always have a place in my heart. Love u Mr. Evans
What a wonderful gift from God. I was so blessed with an opportunity to know such a great man. The wisdom he shared with others will live on. My sympathy to his loving wife and family
To the Evans Family,
We were deeply sadden to hear of your loss. You have our deepest sympathies and are in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.
Percy, Katrina and Xavier Sanford
I extend my deepest sympathy to the Family and Friends of Lewis Evans IV. Lewis and I were fellow students together at Va State many years ago. May GOD bless and comfort the family during this time of sadness.
Dear Evans Family,
You have my deepest sympathy. Lewis and I were friends at Virginia State. He was a very good person. May God give you strength and comfort now and in the days ahead. Take care.
I have many fond memories of Lewis from the 1st grade through High School. He had a great impact on my life. May the Lord comfort and keep you through this season.
May you find comfort in knowing your loved one is resting safely in the arms of a loving God.
You have my deepest sympathy. I remember Lewis and my brother, Joe, as being real good friends ever since the 1st grade. Joe passed last year,and I can identify with what you might be going through. God is good. My prayer is for your strength and peace.
YOUR FAMILY SHALL REMAIN IN MY PRAYERS. YOU SONS HAVE EVERY REASON TO BE PROUD OF YOUR FATHER. I WISH YOU PEACE AS YOU DEAL WITH THIS TREMENDOUS VOID IN EACH OF YOUR LIVES.JUNE (LEWIS) WAS AS BRILLIANT AND PLEASANT AS ANYONE I KNOW. I WILL REMEMBER HIM ALWAYS.