Harold Evans
1933 - 2021
Laurel Land Funeral Home and Laurel Land Memorial Park
Fort Worth, TX
Harold Evans
November 7, 1933 - June 15, 2021
Fort Worth, Texas - Harold Eugene Evans 1933-2021, a beloved father, grandfather, great grandfather, friend and neighbor left this world to be with his Lord on June 15, 2021.
Harold served in the USAF for 26 years from as near as Carswell Air Force Base in Fort Worth, Texas to as far as Goose Bay, Labrador. He was an avid league bowler who scored 300 more than once, a rabid baseball fan who played semi-pro in his youth and an animal lover who took in virtually every animal that was offered, including over a dozen feral neighborhood cats that he cared for as if they were his personal indoor pets.
A loving husband full of admiration for his wife, Dottye, who passed in October 2019, devoted father to his two children and four stepchildren, an active member of his church and loyal friend are accolades for which he deserves great credit.
Harold is survived by his son, Chris Evans and wife Sara, stepdaughters, Rebecca Hendriksen and husband David, Karen Ferguson, LaRita Stephens, stepson Michael Craft and wife Teesa and son-in-law Steve Spradling, seventeen grandchildren and twenty-one great-grandchildren. He is predeceased by his wife, Dorothy-Emerson Evans, daughter, Jerri Lynn Spradling, Mother Anna Lenora Love and stepfather Milton Love.
Laurel Land on Crowley Road in Fort Worth will host a visitation on Tuesday, June 22nd from 6 o'clock to 8 o'clock p.m. and Victory Baptist Church in Weatherford will hold a memorial service on Wednesday, June 23rd at 10 o'clock a.m.

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Published by Star-Telegram on Jun. 22, 2021.
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Laurel Land Funeral Home and Laurel Land Memorial Park
7100 CROWLEY RD, Fort Worth, TX
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Victory Baptist Church
, Weatherford , TX
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Philip Emerson
June 23, 2021
We have loved Harold and Dottye for over 37 years. We considered them our best friends always. They were our “Tidy Bowlers” team in three leagues and many bowling tournaments. We will never forget how much Harold meant to us. No one has ever been so loyal and kind to us.
Barbara Reynolds
June 22, 2021
The Spradling Family
June 21, 2021
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