ROSS A EVANS D.1970
ROSS A. EVANS, SR. Rr>s< A. Evans, sr., 62, of 5329 Cleveland, died Sunday at the General General hospital. He was born in North Little Rock, Ark., and lived in Kansas City 42 years. Mr. Evans was assistant superintendent of I Kersev Coates station of the post- I office. He was a member of the National letter Carriers associa- l*on an assoG^ale ,ea(le j °* the Boy Scouts Mental Retarded troop, He was a member of the board of tion School for Retarded Children. Mr. Evans was a 1929 graduate of Western university. He was a I member of Second Baptist church anfi Chairman of the trustees there. He was vice-president of American Baptist men of the ?iiurcil’ Surviving are his wife, Estelle Evans of the home; Mr# two sons, Dr. Ross A. Evans, jr., ¡New York, and Larry Phillip Evans of the home; a stepson, Sgt. Charle* *scott, Ft. Rucker, Ala.; two daughters, Mrs. Betty Hyde, Des Moines, and Mrs. Kathryn Goodwin, Philadelphia, and a step- dau2hler’ •VIrs- Ester Tobin*1JLoS Angeles. Services will be held at ]2 30 o’clock today at Watkins chape], 4000 Brush Creek; burial in Blue Ridse Lawn cemetery.