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Barbara Evans

Born: Mon., Sep. 3, 1945
Died: Fri., Sep. 14, 2018


Funeral Service

Location: Omitted


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Barbara Evans, M.D., of Lakeville, Massachusetts, died peacefully at home surrounded by friends and family on 14 September 2018. She was 73 years old. Barbara was born in Struthers, Ohio to the late Thomas and Luella (née Lutman) Evans.

She is survived by her brother, T. William (Bill) and Ruth Evans of Columbus, Ohio; her sister Joan Evans and Mary Lou Pelaprat of Geneva, Switzerland; nephew Erik Evans and Karen Reed, and grand-nephew, Jackson Evans of Columbus, OH; niece Erin and Josh Hawkins of Columbus, Ohio; many dear friends, and her beloved golden retriever, Tessie. 

Barbara retired from practicing internal medicine in Boston and Eastern Massachusetts. She obtained a Bachelor of Science in Microbiology from The Ohio State University, a Master’s of Arts in Neurophysiology from San Francisco State University, and Doctor of Medicine from Medical College of Ohio. She completed her residency in Internal Medicine at The Ohio State University. 

Barbara was an avid sportswoman. She was an accomplished sailor and member of the Pelagic Sailing Club. She also enjoyed skiing, tennis, horseback riding, and golf, among other things. 

A private ceremony will be held in celebration of her life.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to The Dana Farber Cancer Institute or The Jimmy Fund.

 

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BJ Fauteux
   Posted Fri September 21, 2018
We are so sorry to hear of Barbara's passing. She joined us many times over the years in golf outings and two area ladies leagues. Barbara waxed and waned on the golf, depending upon which activity or travels she was currently performing.
I remember when she took up horsemanship and did not golf much at all. I remember her stubborn determination to keep a ball in play and finish out the hole.
We missed her this year when she said she was not playing, I don't think anyone knew how ill she might be.

I am sure I have a few pictures of her through the years of golf (I was the one who ran one ladies league and also organized golf outings to different courses.)
So if any one in the family is interested, I would be happy to send along, just email me with Barbara in the subject line.

BJ Fauteux and the South Coast Golfing Ladies

Fran Milotte
   Posted Sun September 23, 2018
Extremely sorry about the loss of Barbara. She was a lovely and wonderful woman. I will surely miss her. We used to play golf together and she always had a very positive attitude. We also attended St. John the Baptist Church.

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