Michael J. Evans – 09/23/2022

September 25th, 2022

Michael J. Evans, 78, of Marcus Hook passed away on September 23rd at his home.  Michael was born in Chester and raised in Marcus Hook.  He was a graduate of St. James High School.  He worked for many years as a shift supervisor for Epsilon until his retirement.  Mike was a Veteran of the US Army and also a member of both the VFW and American Legion.  As a younger man, Michael played professional baseball.  He was an avid fan of both the Phillies and Eagles.  He also loved to play golf and had an extensive collection of music.

He was predeceased by his parents, Thomas and Claire Evans; brother, Tom and Ed Evans.

He is survived by his wife of 30 years, Nancy Evans; daughter, Kelly Catioa; granddaughters, Benne, Giada, and Alexa; sisters, Pat Lutz, Mary Edge, and Claire Gormley; brothers, Dave and John Evans; many nieces and nephews.

His funeral services and burial will be held privately.

4 thoughts on “Michael J. Evans – 09/23/2022

  • By Jeff & Mare Crawford on

    We just saw this I wanted to express our sincere condolences to our Yates Avenue friends who are like family to all the Mcdermott‘s!! Jeff and I will always think of your family with smiles and laughter. We were so blessed & lucky to grow up on such a family friendly street!!💕💕😇😇😇
    The McDermott & Crawford Families

  • By Thanks Mike for your help we made a lot of sawdust together laterjohnsprckhalssr on

    Thanks Mike for your help we made a lot of sawdust together later

  • By John Mooney on

    On behalf of the St. James High School Alumni Association and his 1961 classmates, I extend our deepest sympathies and prayers on your loss. On April 23, 2023, the Alumni Association will remember Michael at their annual Memorial Mass at St. Madeline’s Church in Ridley Park. May he rest in peace!

  • By Thomas James Evans IV on

    my uncle Mike and Godfather will be missed. Always asked how the family is and I could always talk to him about anything. The stories his brothers and sisters shared with all of the nieces and nephews growing up were classic Evans fodder.

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