Carl Evans

Columbus, Ohio

May 8, 1935 – Apr 6, 2018


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Evans, Carl1935 - 2018Carl E. Evans, age 82, passed away Friday, April 6, 2018 at Doctors Hospital West in Columbus, Ohio. Carl spent a lifetime dedicated to education and his passion for music ran deep. After earning his bachelor's degree from the University of Mount Union in Alliance, Ohio, he...

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I am a 3rd year member of the DWS and feel so privileged to be part of the organization that Carl was so dedicated to. He will be missed terribly and his passing will be heavy on our hearts as we move on without him. But we will know that he is looking down on us as we play, smiling, as the group continues to make beautiful music in his memory! Rest In Peace, Carl, your presence may be gone, but your spirit will always be with the DWS.

Carl was special to me because he played such a tremendously important role in the Dublin Wind Symphony being able to grow and thrive. He helped nurture it along, building a strong foundation and reputation to take its rightful place alongside the many outstanding municipal bands throughout the country (past and present). I thanked him personally and told him how I felt about his immensely important contributions after a concert about a year ago.

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Carl continued to teach right to the end. There wasn't a week that went by without me learning something from him about logistics, administration, dealing with people, music, or education. I'm so blessed to have known him even though our time was too short. Carl meant so much to the Dublin Wind Symphony and me as the director, but he meant the most to me as a friend.

Rose, Lisa, Ann, Steve, and Mike,

We have so many wonderful memories of get togethers and sing alongs and fun with you all. Bud was a special man and also had a special place in mom's heart as you know. Our love and prayers are with you all during this difficult time. We know he is singing in Heaven right now!!!

Faye, Steph, and Mel

My sympathy to you Rose Marie and fam.He was a
great friend and Director at Germania club.We shared a funfilled trip to Germany.God bless.
Mary and Horst Schmidt

We're sorry for your lost, and heaven gained an angel.

My deepest heartfelt sympathies for your loss. May it comfort you to know that he will return to the days of his youthful vigor as promised at Job 33:25

I am so sad to learn Karl has passed away. My heart goes out to you all. I was blessed to work with him on the OAASFEP board for many years. He was a wonderful man who loved helping our state education system and the children of our state to receive the best education available. I will miss him. He was always so sweet and kind to everyone and never had a bad word toward anyone or anything. He will be greatly missed. I'm keeping you all in my prayers for God's loving arms wrapped around...