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Erma Pauline Evans

Erma Pauline Evans was born July 23, 1916 to Charles Francis and Martha (Hibbs) Hinkle in Beaver County, Oklahoma. She graduated Beaver High School with the Class of 1934. She married Harry Evans on June 15, 1946 in Las Vegas, Nevada. She was a homemaker and a member of the Christian Church for 80+ years and a member of the Mary Martha’s. She was preceded in death by her parents and husband.

Pauline passed away on November 29, 2014 at the Beaver County Memorial Hospital at the age of 98.

She is survived by her son, Charles Evans of Guthrie, Oklahoma; 3 grandchildren; 1 great grandchild and a host of other friends and relatives.

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Charles my name if Joan Long I knew your mother and just found out this week that she had passed.  She was the most wonderful person so kind, loving and to the point when she needed to be.  She spent countless hours trying to teach me how to play the piano, but in reality she taught me so much more.  She showed me that a very tiny person could have a heart bigger than anyone else on this earth.  If I had known I would have been there, the world has lost an angel and heaven has gained a great one.

Joan Long Feb 13 2015 12:00 AM

I'm sending my love to Charles and all of her family. She was a very dear friend to me through the years.  Like a second mother!  She loved her family dearly!  We kept in touch via the phone.  She was always doing nice things for others.

Wilma Jean May Dec 9 2014 12:00 AM

Read John 14:15 - 21
Jesus said, "I will not leave you as orphans; I will come to you. Before- long, the world will not see me anymore but you will see me. Because I live, you also will live. On that-day you will realize I am in my-Father, I am in you and you are in me. John 14:18 - 20 New-International version
Even-though I was an adult when my parents died, I felt a keen-sense
of what it was like to be an orphan. Gone were the two-people who had nurtured me and shaped my life. Sharp-grief gave way to bewilderment, "Who am I now; who knows me deeply yet loves me anyway? The gospel of John recounts Jesus telling His-disciples although the time is coming they would see Him no-more but He would always be a part of them just- as they would forever be a part of Him.
So it has been with my parents. I see now even-after their-deaths, their
example of loving-kindness continues to teach me and guide my- life. That goes deeper than just warm-memories. My parents are in me at a deep-level, deeper than the mind can comprehend and as-deep as the heart. Surely God was their-heart's teacher.
In the same-way I come to know God through the life and love of Jesus. Nurturing that-relationship through prayer, study, giving and serving keeps me forever-connected to the living-God.
Gracious-God, let who we are reflect who You are in all we do. Amen
Because of God's great-love for us, we are never-orphaned.
Pauline-was-indeed a-very-remarkable lady.  Lean-heavily-on her-Lord and rejoice she-is-in His-loving-arms right-now.  Grieve-as-you must; not-as-others say is right, wrong or indifferent.  Walk-in-the footsteps she-has-proven to-have-walked in.  God bless each!

Jackie R. Sheldon Dec 1 2014 12:00 AM