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Evelyn Ruth Powers

Born: Wed., Sep. 30, 1942
Died: Wed., Mar. 25, 2020


Graveside Service

3:00 PM Mon., Mar. 30, 2020
Location: Snyder's Memorial Gardens, cemetery


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Evelyn R. Powers-Gray, Tennessee

 

Evelyn Powers, 77, peacefully passed away at the Johnson City Medical Center in Johnson City, Tennessee, with her loved ones by her side on Wednesday night, March 25, 2020. Ms. Powers was born September 30, 1942, in Gray, Tennessee to the late Guy and Minnie Hammonds Powers.  

 

Ms. Powers was a native of Gray and lived in the area her entire life.  She was a Seventh-Day Adventist.  She was a very caring, loving, and giving woman.  One of her greatest joys in life, other than her family, was cooking.

 

In addition to her parents, Ms. Powers was preceded in death by a brother, Larry Powers and a sister Joann Lett.

 

Those left to cherish Ms. Powers’ memory include her daughter, Lisa Horne; her son Anthony Conner and his wife Sheila; two grandchildren, Elizabeth Conner and Joshua Horne; as well as four great-grandchildren, Noah Goodman, Braydon Horne, Raelyn Albright, and Damian Gocial.

 

A Private Graveside Service will be held at Snyder’s Memorial Gardens, cemetery, on Monday, March 30, 2020, beginning at 3:00 pm.  Pastor David P. Ryder will be officiating the service.

 

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made in her name to the Kingsport Seventh-Day Adventist Church located at 3025 Fort Henry Dr, Kingsport, TN 37664.

 

Snyder’s Memorial Gardens, funeral home, is honored to serve the family of Ms. Evelyn R. Powers.

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Rebekah Cote
   Posted Sat March 28, 2020
Dear Lisa and Anthony and family,
You are in my prayers at this time. Ms. Evelyn was a special friend of mine and I will miss her dearly. She knew my Dad loved peanut butter and often made us peanut butter pies. She loved blueberries and often bought me blueberries "when I find them on sale at Food City". I would bring her some blueberry pie when I made it as I knew it liked it :) She was a faithful child of God: Faithful to her church, her family, her friends and to God. Even the last few months when she has not been feeling as well she was still often at church smiling. I loved that smile and laugh! I will miss you Ms. Evelyn but know I'll see you soon! Jesus is coming! You are resting now but soon Jesus will call you to life. 1 Thessalonians 4:16-18. With love and prayers, Rebekah Cote

David and Sandra Holt
   Posted Sat March 28, 2020
Dear Powers Family,

We were so blessed to know Ms. Evelyn as a special friend and Christian sister-in-Christ! She always brightened our day just to see her smiling face and to get a great big hug. We loved her personal visits when she would stop by our workplace on her way to Greeneville to see her favorite doctor. She gave so much of herself and her love through her tasty food. We loved her desserts and her seven layer salad. She will be missed by all who knew her. May God comfort your hearts as you remember the good and happy times you spent with her. Praying for all of you. Love, David and Sandra

Laura Dyck
   Posted Sat March 28, 2020
We are going to miss sweet Evelyn so much at church. It will not be the same without her sweet, smiling face. And potlucks won’t be the same without her delicious food- especially that peanut butter pie! Prayers for her family.

Tim Daniels
   Posted Sun March 29, 2020
So very sorry for your loss! You all are in my prayers.

Terry Coclough
   Posted Mon March 30, 2020
I would like to extend my deepest sympathy on the passing of Ms. Evelyn. It was a privilege knowing her especially during our fellowship meals at the church. She will be missed but never forgotten. May God Bless and Comfort you at this sorrowful time, and she rests until Jesus' marvelous return to reunite us again.

Jacqueline Casteel
   Posted Fri April 17, 2020
Anthony so sorry to hear about your Mother.

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