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Thursday, February 14, 2008

Our beloved Katherine "Katie" Evans

Katherine "Katie" Evans

Katie Evans

She lived in Nashville and was
formerly of Bowling Green Kentucky.
Katie died February 6, 2008, at her home.

She was a surveyor and draftsman for an engineering company
in Franklin, Tennessee. She was a dedicated Events Coordinator for the
Tennessee Vals and had many ideas that were left undone.

She was a dedicated Tval and she had lots of ideas
for the group. We will try our best to follow
up on the things she wanted to do.

She will be missed!

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Good bye Katie.

Vickie :-(

Deep condolences on Katie's passing. Seems like the last time I saw her was at the Lobbying 101 thing at East End UMC. So I'm very sorry to hear of her loss. Lot of folks are gonna miss her.
Hugs, Fredrikka

This was definitely unexpected. My sincere condolences to the group and Katie's family for this loss. I only had the pleasure of knowing Katie for a short time but will definitely treasure it. She absolutely will be missed.

Katies will be misses terribly by me. She was a jem.

The news of Katies death is a real shock to me. When I met Vickie, Katie was with her and I became friends with both. Katie was an inspiration to me because she had gone thru what I had gone thru with the loss of my wife. I held her in my highest thoughts as I have with all the TVAL girls. I offer my condolences to her family and to her other family, The TVALS.

This is a real shock. Our last conversation was Thursday night after the Lobbying 101. She was in a great mood & said she was looking forward to Southern Comfort, SRS, & Advancing Equality Day on the Hill. She was a beautiful person & I will miss her terribly.

This is such a tragedy. I just saw and talked to Katie about a week or so ago at the board meeting. Sat right across from her. I cannot believe this. Katie was a very good person and very dedicated to this group. Unfortunately I hadn't got to know her as well as some of you but I am grateful that I got the opportunity to know her. I am still trying to wrap my brain around all of this.

Roxie and I have been talking about what to say about Katie, after feeling the shock of her death. I don't think I ever saw Katie that she didn't have a smile on her face, and enjoyed life. You never had to wonder what Katie thought about something, because she would tell you. She had some great ideas and we should see to it they are carried out. She was the cornerstone of our transition meetings, and we thought of her as a good friend. Our Hearts will be heavy with her loss for many, many years. Katie was so much younger then me, much healthier then me, and so much stronger then me it was just a shock. A shock that I just couldn't get rid of, which is why it has taken me so long to write something. This sudden loss should serve to remind us just how fragile life is and how sudden it can end. We need to love our brothers and sisters, give a helping hand when they need it, and a hug when they need it. I don't know if I got our feelings across, but we will really miss Katie.
Sara & Roxie

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