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Lewis Andrew Evans IV

Litchfield Park, Arizona

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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!

"Herc"

Nupe,you will always be my Mentor....
In the Bond ,
Billy Owl Allen
Alpha Phi chapter
Kappa Alpha Psi

Till We Meet Again to our Kappa and Line Brother (Spring 75) Lewis "Fuji" Evans." The Torrid Twenty and Alpha Phi Chapter Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity

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

Keep the faith



Gunners

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Evans, Lewis Andrew Evans IV 57, Litchfield Park, AZ Born September 1, 1955 in Danville, Virginia. In 1979, Lewis entered the U.S. Army as a First Lieutenant at Fort Polk, Louisiana, where he completed his commission as a U.S. Army Captain. In 1982, Lewis moved his family to Glendale,...

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