Graveside services for the late Veteran Johnny Evans, Jr. of Macon, Georgia, formerly of Americus, Georgia, who passed on Saturday, December 8, 2018 from his home will be held Thursday, December 13, 2018 from the Andersonville National Cemetery at 2:00 p.m. Rev. Curtis Iverson will officiate and burial will follow immediately afterward.


Veteran Johnny Lee Evans Jr. was born on September 1, 1959 to the parentage of the Ms. Johnnie Mae Crocker and Mr. John Evans who precede him in death. He is also preceded in death by his Grandmother, Mrs. Emma Lou Cherry-Queenie who raised him as her own and uncles: Sam Smith, Elijah Queenie, James Queenie and Leroy Stewart.


           After graduating from Americus High School with the Class of 1979, John joined the United States Navy and served his country faithfully for 20 years and retired in 1996. After retiring John worked as a Correctional Officer as well as well a security officer in Macon, Fort Valley and Forsyth Georgia.


           John leaves to cherish his memories, sister; Lorene Davis, Americus, GA; nieces; Pamela Davis, Americus, GA, Tina (Tony) Maddox, College Park GA, Angela Cherry-Davis, Snellville, GA;  nephew; Anthony Davis, Maryland; his aunts, Frances Stewart and Mary Lois Davis both of Americus, GA; great nieces; Brayli, Nikera; great nephews; Michael, Nicholas and Anthony, Jr.; great-great nieces; Anslee and Emma; cousins, Eddie, Gregory, Ossie, Faye, Emma, Silas, John and Lee; long-time friends, Janet Barber of Columbus, GA, Robert Barber, Lithonia, GA; friends and colleagues from S.O.S. Security, Fort Valley State University, McElvers State Prison and Allied Universal Security.











The Timeless Tribute for Vet. Evans is now available.