Frank B. Evans

St. Louis Park, Minnesota

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Frank B. Evans was a close friend of my father's for decades. They were conchies together in the war, volunteering to serve as unarmed medical aids and ambulance drivers, though the idea was too unpopular to stand. Twenty years later, he stood up with my parents when they were married.
My father told me stories about their adventures together (and about their misadventures) as I was growing up, though I knew him only in passing during my childhood. I was lucky enough to meet him again...

Though I only met him twice, Grandpa Frank and I started a correspondence when I was heading into adolescence - it was one of the greatest gifts of my life to share letters back and forth with him, to learn from his philosophies, to tussle with him over my ever-changing beliefs, and to awaken to the natural world around me because of his beautiful descriptions of his own world. He soothed my heart and guided me as I grew into an adult, even though he was a country away. I wish I hadn't lost...

Frank and Evans family - I am sorry for your loss. He sounded like a very interesting man.

My condolences to the entire Evans family. You have all been a part of my life since I was fourteen. Thinking of you Frank, Annie and Mark.

My Dad passed away on March 24, 2013 at the age of 92. I am sorry that I was not able to visit with him this summer as I was planning to. Still, I am relieved that he has passed from a world where he could no longer do the things that he loved to do. he loved conversation and debate.He loved art, photography,poetry,philosophy,science, nature, tennis and people.He was an active man for most of his life pursuing his interests with great zest.He became disgusted with the failure of his body when...

I discoverd this OB when I was looking for a friends info. I went to school with Frank's daughter, Anne, but haven't seen her in 30 years. Anne, please get in touch with me as I would like to exchange life stories. I can be reached at I was sorry to here about your Dad but it looked like he lived a long life. Regards, Terri Moore Robinson Nugent

The world will miss Frank Evans. I will always remember his gentle nature and good sense of humor. He greeted others with an easy smile. I'm very glad to have known him.

Dan, Marsha & Girls, We are so sorry to hear of Frank's passing. We know how important he's been in your life, especially the last few years. He is now at peace. God's Blessings to all of you.


Frank's Obituary

Frank Evans passed away in St. Louis Park, Minnesota. Funeral Home Services for Frank are being provided by Washburn-McReavy Funeral Chapels. The obituary was featured in Star Tribune on March 26, 2013.