Roy Evans

Roy Duane Evans, 64, of Springdale, died Friday, February 22, 2019 at Willard Walker Hospice in Fayetteville.  He was born October 12, 1954 in Bakersfield, California.  Roy loved playing baseball and softball throughout his life.  He also enjoyed going to car shows and playing Texas Hold’em.

He is survived by two daughters, Tiffany Brooks and husband Marcus of Springdale, Heather Baker and husband Billy of Fayetteville; six grandchildren, Carlee Harris, Toree Ruppel, Tyler Beasley, Madeline Evans, Cloe Lehmann and Isabella Baker; three great-grandchildren, Addyson, Zoey and Kaelyn; three brothers, Myron Doffin of Springdale, Bryan Doffin and wife Heather of Bentonville, Kevin Doffin of Springdale; and three sisters, Gala Miller and husband Wayne, of Prairie Grove, Myra Thayer and husband Rocky and Sandra Hayes and husband Bill all of Springdale.

Roy was preceded in death by a son, Willie Evans; a grandson, Zach Hagan; his parents, Roy Evans and Wanda Doffin; and a sister, Rinda Divito.

A memorial service was held Tuesday, February 26, at Heritage Funeral Home Chapel.

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Anna Harris Harp
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Anna Harris Harp

So sorry for your family’s loss. May God comfort and strengthen each of you. We will keep you in our thoughts and prayers.

Mike Lowe
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Mike Lowe

Lots of good memories with Roy!! R.I.P. good friend,See ya on the other side!

Billie Lynn Riepma
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Billie Lynn Riepma

Roy was a good man. I enjoyed my time with him at Shirley’s. Prayers for Darlene and the kids…💜💜💜

Mary and Jerry Powell
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Mary and Jerry Powell

Lots of good memories Roy gone but never forgotten

Margaret Medford
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Margaret Medford

May he rest in peace. May God bless his family with comfort and peace.

Frances Philpott Warren
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Frances Philpott Warren

You will be missed

Brenda and Wayne Sams
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Brenda and Wayne Sams

Dear Tiff and all, this picture of Roy reminds us of when we all lived on Scott Lane and you kids were riding tricycles on the sidewalks, wonderful times and memories. We love you and cherish those days.

Susan Juel
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Susan Juel

So many good memories with Roy. He was such a good man and I was fortunate to have been able to spend time with him. His memory will live in my heart forever. Prayers to his family.

Gweenece Walden
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Gweenece Walden

I am so sorry for your loss. Words can’t express the sorrow I feel for all of you. He fought long and hard, may you find comfort in knowing friends love you and are praying for healing, peach an comfort through this time.

Don Koehler
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Don Koehler

True brother lots of memories!! Never forgotten r.i.p

Bill Dewberry
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Bill Dewberry

Roy was fun guy to work with and be around, he will be missed by all that knew him.

Don L Schuhardt
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Don L Schuhardt

Sorry to see you go but, Jimi said “see you on the next side”, brother Roy. RIP

Karen Merseal
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Karen Merseal

I am so sorry for your loss.
May God be with each of you and may HE wrap his arms around you and comfort you through the loss of your loved one.
May you have peace and comfort, knowing that he is in a better place with no more pain and suffering and know that one day, you will reunite with all of the loved ones that went before you.
Take this journey one day at a time. Don’t dwell about yesterday and don’t worry about tomorrow. Just focus on today.
Many, many hugs to all.
From Heather Bakers co-worker.

Kathleen Bowen
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Kathleen Bowen

RIP Roy.