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Edith Brayton Ladd Evans of High Point, NC and North Myrtle Beach, SC, 93, passed into eternal rest on Monday, 13 December 2013 after a brief illness. She graduated in 1941 from Middlebury College with a degree in Dietetics. She retired in 1984 from Community General Hospital of Thomasville after a career at Moses H. Cone Hospital in Greensboro.
She was the daughter of the late Hammond and Edith B. Briggs Ladd of North Tarrytown, NY.
She was preceded in death by her husband LCDR Thomas Tyler Evans (SC) USNR (ret), her sister Mary H. LaddHair of Winston Salem, NC, and her brother Hammond Ladd Jr. of Hilton Head, SC.
She is survived by her brother Richard W. Ladd of Newark, DE, her children LCDR Thomas L. Evans USN (ret) and wife Ruth of Moncks Corner, SC, Peter H. Evans and wife Sheila of Denton, NC, and Nancy T. (Evans) McGee and husband Frazier McGee, Jr. of Jamestown, NC, grandchildren Cherylyn L. Hillier of Culpeper, VA, P. Brandon Evans of Erie, CO, Thomas M. Evans of Hagerstown, MD, and Ashley T. Evans of Waynesville, NC. Step grandchildren L. Robert Nelson, III, Kimberly A. (Nelson) DePaulo, J. Frazier McGee, III, Paige C. McGee, and W. Alex(ander) McGee, and great grandchildren Cassandra L. Hillier, Zoe L. Hillier, Thomas M. (Ty) Evans, Hailey N. Evans, Kayla T. Evans, and Alexa M. Evans, and step great grandchildren Louis R. Nelson IV, James D. (Jack) Nelson, and Robert M. DePaulo III. Please send memorials to Hospice of Davidson County, NC.
Carolina Cremation of Salisbury is assisting the Evans family. Online condolences may be made at www.carolinacremation.com.
Bill Millis says
Pete, I am sorry to hear about your mom’s passing, and know from losing my mom just three years how hard this is, but I’m sure she had a wonderful life. Please know that you are in my prayers!
Blessings to you and all of your family,
Williams family says
Condolences to the Evans family. Please be assured that one day we will see our loved ones again happy and healthy. Jesus promised at John 5:28 & 29 that “all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out.” I pray this promise along with loving memories fill your heart with comfort and peace.