77.7 F
Charlotte Amalie
Sunday, April 14, 2024
HomeCommunityDeathsGary FitzPatrick Evans Dies at 49

Gary FitzPatrick Evans Dies at 49

Gary FitzPatrick Evans Gary FitzPatrick Evans, also known as "Jubal," died on Oct. 3. He was 49 years old.
He is survived by his wife, Francine Madar Evans; son, Garvin F. Evans; adopted daughter, Makeda Cook; mother, Asta Skeet Evans; father, Gerald F. Evans Sr.; brothers: Gerald F. Evans Jr. and Gregory A. Evans Sr.; nephews: Gregory A. Evans Jr. and Aki’n A.N. Evans; nieces: Ellery G. Evans, Sasha M. Evans and Ayisha M.A. Evans; great nieces: Brielle Jefferson and Eryn Rodgers; great nephew: Manuel Encarnacion; mother-in-law: Phillina Madar; and sisters-in-law: Patricia Q.C. Evans, Vincia V. Evans, Sherrine, Niome, Kelly Madar, Adrine Bully and Claudette Titre.
He is also survived by brothers-in-law: Earlson, Herold Titre, Jeffrey and Clive Madar; great aunt, Elinor Simms; aunts: Agnes Shanderson, Claire Hendricks and Severina Evans Plaskett; uncle, Malcom Evans Jr., Andrew Evans and Lionel Skeet; godfather, Lowell Dyer; cousins: Kim Evans, Valencia Andrews, Victor Jr., Geoffrey, Kevin Plaskett, Vonette Norman, Patricia Wells, Elise, Kim, Jonathan Evans, Zdenek, Kristisha Zapletal, Sylvia, Eugeune Santos, Angela Morales and Carmen Lang, Boliva Doward, Rochelle Hodge, Claire Robinson, Ingerborg Hendricks, Sharon Martin, Dionne Skeet, Charisma Skeet Cynthia Skeet, Latifah Klyvert, Mitchell Hendricks, Lauriel Francis, Troy Brown, Daile Daily, Calvin Skeet Jr., Brain Skeet, Gary Skeet, Rasheed Skeet and Maxina Krigger; as well as other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.
The viewing will take place at 10 a.m. and the funeral service at 11 a.m. on Sunday, Oct. 25, at Central Seventh-day Adventist Church. Interment will follow at Kingshill Cemetery.
All arrangements are by James Memorial Funeral Home Inc.

Print Friendly, PDF & Email
Keeping our community informed is our top priority.
If you have a news tip to share, please call or text us at 340-228-8784.

Support local + independent journalism in the U.S. Virgin Islands

Unlike many news organizations, we haven't put up a paywall – we want to keep our journalism as accessible as we can. Our independent journalism costs time, money and hard work to keep you informed, but we do it because we believe that it matters. We know that informed communities are empowered ones. If you appreciate our reporting and want to help make our future more secure, please consider donating.