In memory of
Betty Jean Evans
In memory of
Betty Jean Evans
May 21, 1929 Mrs. Evans had two children and two grandchildren. A previous obituary listed one of her grandchildren as Benjamin Evans. Why was Mrs. Evans's former late husband listed as a grandchild Mrs. Evans lived in Montgomery for most of her life; she considered it her home. She was the first, and at that time, the only female cabinet head under the mayor of the city of Montgomery. The department she headed was the city kindergarten program. Mrs. Evans believed all children deserved equal education. She fought in the 1960s for the city kindergarten program to be in all neighborhoods. She later retired from the Montgomery county tax assessor office. During her tenure, Mrs. Evans received many awards for her service. She never interfered with any other family's business or affairs. She requested no viewing and no ground burial at her passing. These were not honored. Mrs. Evans presented herself with decorum and dignity. She is remembered for her advocacy for equal education for all.
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In memory of
Betty Jean Evans
May 21, 1929 Mrs. Evans had two children and two grandchildren. A previous obituary listed one of her grandchildren as Benjamin Evans. Why was Mrs. Evans's former late husband listed as a grandchild Mrs. Evans lived in Montgomery for most of her life; she considered it her home. She was the first, and at that time, the only female cabinet head under the mayor of the city of Montgomery. The department she headed was the city kindergarten program. Mrs. Evans believed all children deserved equal education. She fought in the 1960s for the city kindergarten program to be in all neighborhoods. She later retired from the Montgomery county tax assessor office. During her tenure, Mrs. Evans received many awards for her service. She never interfered with any other family's business or affairs. She requested no viewing and no ground burial at her passing. These were not honored. Mrs. Evans presented herself with decorum and dignity. She is remembered for her advocacy for equal education for all.
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