ForeverMissed
Mrs. Sue Robinson Evans, 70, of Hoover, AL, passed away December 15, 2020. She was born in Montgomery, AL, on October 21, 1950.

She is survived by her husband of 50+ years, O’Neal Evans; children, Todd Evans (Kim) and Hayden Evans Powell (Bill- deceased); grandchildren Kendall and Noah Evans, and Elizabeth, Cooper, and Victoria Powell; sister Martha R. Latimer (Glenn); and numerous nieces and nephews.

She is preceded in death by her parents, Lester and Mattie Sue Robinson, of Montgomery, AL.

Mrs. Evans graduated with a Master’s degree in Education from Troy University. She was a founding member of the Alpha Gamma Delta sorority while at Troy. She attended Green Valley Baptist Church in Hoover, AL, and she had a stellar career as an elementary school teacher lasting 44 years. Mrs. Evans loved teaching and loved her kids. Her greatest joy was being Grammy to her five grand-babies. Everyone who knew her loved her and she never met a stranger.She enjoyed reading, walking, music, cooking, but most of all she enjoyed being with her family and friends. Sue will be greatly missed on earth, but a treasure in Heaven.

Family will be celebrating her life with a private family gathering.


Professional services entrusted to W.E. Lusain Funeral Home of Birmingham, AL. 










Posted by Gloria Cook on August 8, 2021
Sue, I miss you everyday and our friendship. I miss your text, recipes, and calls, hearing your voice saying, “ Hey girl, what are you doing?” I had a dream last night that I saw you and you were smiling that beautiful smile and I asked you if that was really you, and you laughed and said,
“Yea, girl it is really me!”. I hugged you and and then you were gone, but never forgotten!

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Posted by Gloria Cook on August 8, 2021
Sue, I miss you everyday and our friendship. I miss your text, recipes, and calls, hearing your voice saying, “ Hey girl, what are you doing?” I had a dream last night that I saw you and you were smiling that beautiful smile and I asked you if that was really you, and you laughed and said,
“Yea, girl it is really me!”. I hugged you and and then you were gone, but never forgotten!

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