Alice Delois Evans

September 21, 1955 - July 21, 2020

Obituary for Alice Delois Evans

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Monday, July 27, 2020
Antioch Baptist Church
Rev. V. Nesbitt, Pastor


Ft. Sill National Cemetery
Tuesday, July 28, 2020
11:00 am
Only 10 may attend.

Alice Delois Evans was born September 21, 1955 to parents John Henry and Carrie Brown Woodard. Alice known by “Honey” to those that knew her well. She attended S. H. Rider High School and upon graduation she served her country with the US Army.
She dedicated her life to loving the Lord and serving others. Honey was a long standing member of Antioch Baptist Church where she served on the Usher Board and assisted with Meals on Wheels Program.
In the late 70’s she laid the pavement for many to follow in her footsteps by becoming the first African American female jailer in Wichita County. Though she excelled in other areas from being part of a management team in home health care, to working in retail with Walmart. Her true passion was law enforcement. She retired from Allred Prison in 2018 where she was loved and respected.
Honey was a feisty and God fearing woman that lived her life helping others. Anyone that ever had the pleasure of being in her presence knows she has never met a stranger. She was happiest when she was spending time with her family and watching the Dallas Cowboys. She enjoyed fishing, cooking and serving her community with her Elks Lodge Family.
She is preceded in death by her husband, Richard Evans; her grandmother, Alice Donnell; grandfather, Finis Brown; father, John Henry Woodard; nephew, Rodney Woodard and son, Toriano Woodard.
She is survived by her son, Sheldon Evans; parents, Albert and Carrie Henson; sisters, Shelia (John) Parker, Lannie Woodard, and Sadie Woodard; brother, Larry Dennis (Linda); Bobby Lee Woodard; grandchildren, J’Won (Amber) Woodard, Jenceyz Woodard, and Chylia Woodard; great grandchildren, Zamauri Wisdom, Aurianna Esquibel, Alec Woodard, Torlyn Grant, Emilee Jordan and Maicee Jordan; nephews, Ira Woodard and John Parker, Jr.; niece, Sharronda Woodard; great nephew Elias Woodward; special friends, Rose McGrew, Sherry Walters and Mark Young; a host of family and friends.

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Deepest Condolences to the family of this wonderful lady. She was truly an awesome person and officer of corrections. Honey will be deeply missed
- Officer Whinnie
I knew honey for a very long time.she could always make u laugh. With that fast talk and fast walk.u could not keep her deepest condolences to tut he family.luv u honey
- Tammy Hastings
To this Beautiful Family that I call my family too. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. I love you all. Know that the Lord our God is our strength through this bereavement. May the Lord Bless y'all richly! Love you my Family.
- Zelvin Holmes

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