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Edd J. Evans
Submitted by: Tim Dotterer

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Edd J. and Maude L. EVANS

Cherokee Municipal Cemetery

Ponca City Edd J. Evans, 101, died December 27, 1990, at St. Joseph Regional Medical Center after a short illness. Funeral service was at 10 AM Saturday at Fisher Funeral Home Chapel in Cherokee with the Rev. Fred Jones officiating. Burial was in the mausoleum at Cherokee Municipal Cemetery directed by Gill-Lessert Funeral Home of Ponca City.

He was born November 26, 1889, near Kirkville, Iowa, to David Thomas and Hester Caroline Smith Evans. He graduated from Kirkville High School in 1904. In 1910, he moved to Cherokee where he farmed and ranched until the early 1960s.

On February 2, 1912, he married Maude L. Funk in Oh Ottumwa, Iowa. They had moved to Ponca City in 1971. She died in 1980.

He was a member of the Cherokee Methodist Church, the Masonic Lodge and Republican Party. He served the County election Board as a pollster.

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