John David “Jack” Evans

June 10, 1932 ‒ September 26, 2012

Ashley, Ohio

John David “Jack” Evans, 80, of Ashley passed away Wednesday evening September 26, 2012 at the Wintersong Village Nursing Home.

He was born June 10, 1932 in Cardington and faithfully and proudly served his country as a member of the United States Army during the Korean War. He was a former member of the Masonic Temple who loved reading, woodworking, working in his yard and garden, and when younger, working on cars. He loved to follow the genealogy of his family and was very proud of them for living in this area for many many years.

He is survived by his wife of 10 years, Jeanne (Gordon); son, Foster (Sandy) Evans of Simi Valley, Ca.; daughters, Debbie Groves of Phoenix, Arizona and Kathy Halliwell of Pennsylvania; stepdaughter, Becky (Dean) Hooper of Galena; stepsons, Steve (Tracy Swope) Scribner and Chuck Scribner of Ashley and Greg (Sherry Shelton) Scribner of Marion; 11 grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren; cousin, Phyllis Millberger of Arizona. He was preceded in death by his brother Bill.

The family will receive friends on Tuesday October 2nd from 5 – 8 pm at the Bennett-Brown-Rodman and Snyder Funeral Home, 307 E. High Street, Ashley. Funeral services will be held on Wednesday October 3rd at 11:00 am at the funeral home with Rev. Jeff Acker officiating. Burial will follow in Greenmound Cemetery, Kilbourne where the Delaware County Veterans Association will provide military honors at graveside.

Contributions in his memory may be made to the American Cancer Society, 5555 Frantz Road, Dublin, Ohio 43017. The Bennett-Brown-Rodman and Snyder Funeral Home is honored to serve this veteran and his family and condolences may be expressed by visiting www.snyderfuneralhomes.com

  • My dad was a great dad. He always made sure that Foster,Deborah and myself were always taking care of. My dad worked very hard along with his book and his garden, He loved his rose garden and his boat,
    I always worked with him doing ysrd work and his 57 chevy truck.I remember him building his Indian motocycle and it was beatiful when he finished with it.
    My dad risked his own life to save us kids during the 1971 earthquake and I will always remember that.
    Rest in peace dad and I love you.
    Kathy