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William 'Billy" Evans

Levittown, Pennsylvania

Nov 20, 1950 – Apr 15, 2019 (Age 68)

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William "Billy" Evans, of Fairless Hills, PA, passed away at home on Monday, April 15, 2019 after a long courageous battle from complications of diabetes. He was 68.

He was born in Trenton, NJ on November 20, 1950. He grew up in Yardley Borough and has remained close to his...

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Ive never had a bad day in my life; some days are just not as good as others. I will never forget the first time Billy said that to me, and it just completely changed my entire perspective on life, in general. He will, hands down, remain one of the greatest people I have ever known ... and i will forever remain inspired by his life and service to the world around him. So I am honored to have known him.

Rest In Peace Billy. You were loved by so many and one of the kindest people we came to know. Whenever anyone walked into their home, you were always greeted with his gracious smile and welcoming heart as if he were saying you just made my day. No doubt his kindred spirit will linger to ensure everyone visiting the Go to Cafe, going forward, will eminence have a cocktail while sharing in all the marvelous stories of the past. He will be sorely missed by many. Our sincere condolences to...

Billy was a good friend and a true Falcon He was kind, and always fun to be around. Billy introduced me to my wife of 31 years, Sherry Bradley. I will miss him but I will always think of him. See you when I get there Billy!!!!

I didn't know what Swag was
Way back when.
Billy had it even then.
One thing for certain
I know is true.
No one ever forgot
#32.
Heartfelt wishes to the family.

From the early days when he was at Charles Boehm and I was at Medill Bair he was a legendary football player. Together we played in some phenominal high school games and I will always remember Billy as a great and warm friend. I looked forward to seeing him at Puss N Boots. Billy was always a pleasure to see and talk to. He will be thought of and missed often. One of the very few people that I would take the time to comment about. Donna, my heartfelt condolences to you and your family.

I Remember Bill Evans while in high school and a key member of the winning football team that took the championship in 1969. What an awesome athlete with speed and force to win so many of our games as a star running back. He truly was a kind and friendly person and so proud to be a Pennsbury Falcon during those years. As a student there it was exciting to watch him and all that team which brought pride and honor to our school. He accomplished much and thanks for the memories while in...

Caring thoughts are with you during this time of sorrow. May tender memories soften your grief. With sincere sympathy.

Too many memories to talk about but Billy was a good, kind guy that always had a smile on his face and made you feel happy to be around! We shared so many laughs and I am so glad we were friends. Gone too soon and loved by everyone he met! He will be missed

Good times, great memories, what a fun guy! You will be sadly missed by all. Cindy and Gary Graziano