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Kate Butler

Carolyn Cannady Evans

Dear Family Members and Friends of Carolyn ("CC") Cannady Evans, Please use this space to share memories and photos of CC. To share something, click on “posts.” If you can't figure out how to share a memory here on this weird platform, feel free to send me an email and I'd be happy to post...  see more

OBITUARY
Carolyn Cannady Evans of Magnolia Glen Senior Community in Raleigh, North Carolina died on Election Day, November 3, 2020 at the age of 93. She leaves a legacy of courage, love, perseverance, faith, and hope to all she...  see more
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  • Kate Butler
    Kate Butler added 1 photo(s) to the memorial Carolyn Cannady Evans:
  • Grace Evans
    I have a lifetime of memories about my mom. Childhood memories range from tender times like when I fell and she comforted me by rocking me in the yellow rocking chair while singing "Tell Me Why". I'll never forget the comfort of that moment. I...  more
  • Nancy Greene
    Not sure where to begin with all of my memories of Carolyn and the Evans family. Growing up across the street allowed me to be a part of this special family from Laurinburg to Wrightsville Beach to Montreat. Too many memories to post but my favorite...  more
  • Jay Butler
    My earliest memories of CC are from the mid 80s as she invited me into the Evans family when I first stayed at Morrison Lane. An attentive and gracious hostess, she made sure I had everything I needed and more, quickly making me feel like part of the...  more
  • Kate Butler
    I cherish the last few visits I had with CC in Raleigh, NC, during a 6 month period when Anna, my boyfriend Sam and I had escaped New York due to the rise in Covid-19 cases. I visited her just a couple of times in the grass outside her apartment (of...  more
  • Kate Butler
    Kate Butler added 1 photo(s) to the memorial Carolyn Cannady Evans: