Patrick Evans Obituary, Death – On June 9, 2020, when he was just 54 years old, Patrick D. Evans passed away peacefully and entered eternal life. He had closed his eyes. Patrick Darryl Evans was born in Baltimore, Maryland on July 7, 1965. His parents, Audrey T. Bates and Jimmy Evans, were his parents. He was brought up by his stepfather Howard Bates, Jr., also known as Daddy Bates. Pat had his formal education at the #102 Elementary and Junior High Schools, Lake Clifford Senior High School, and St. Francis High School respectively. The likes of baseball, basketball, roller skating, and swimming were just a few of the sports at which he excelled. It was one of his favorite things to do to leap off the diving board and turn somersaults.
When he was a kid, he used to draw on his mother’s hardwood floors, and the pictures he drew seemed like motorways that went all over the world. Because of how much he enjoyed driving trucks, he intended to pursue a career in the trucking industry. He delighted in making other people laugh, and he often impersonated his mother and father in public. Pat served as an altar boy at the Catholic Church of Saint Francis Xavier. He started working at KFC when he was in his late teens, and he and his brother Tony also ran a paper route. Later in life, he held the position of head of security at Comfort Inn before moving into management there. Pat was a hard worker and the type of person who would do any job that needed to be done, from housekeeping to maintenance, if it was asked of him. It was almost as if he ran his own automobile detailing company.
Patrick’s infectious smile gave him the moniker “SMILEY,” and he was also known as “PAC-MAN.” This smile will be the thing that people remember most about Patrick. Additionally, he will be remembered for the compassionate, kind, and generous nature of his heart, and he will give you the very best of himself. Pat was able to make you feel at ease, protected, and welcomed. He was intelligent in both the classroom and the real world, and he knew how to make the most of any situation, even when things were difficult. He was a true survivor and a well-known figure in the community. Pat had a fearless disposition and was a lifelong optimist.
He placed a high value on trust, order, and having a tidy environment. If you ever went to his house, you would be able to smell the distinctive odor of Lysol. If you were to go around someone else after leaving his place, and that person could smell the scent that was still on you, they would be able to tell where you had been before. When Patrick’s mother was ill, he borrowed a van from a friend only so that he could be with her. This will undoubtedly be one of the things that people remember most about him. He was a big fan of the Buffalo Bulls, the Baltimore Orioles, and the Maryland Terrapins.
Patrick’s mother, Audrey T. Bates, who had passed away the previous year; his stepfather, Howard Bates Jr.; his daughter, Destiny Evans; his niece, Jakia Cannon; his brother, Kevin Bates; and his sister, Bernadette Bates all passed away before him. Patrick will be survived by his Son Patrick Evans Jr., Daughter Asia Evans, and Former Wife Latoya Greene; Spiritual Children, Jeremiah, Capria and April Fisher; Siblings, Karen Graham (Charles Graham Jr.- Brother-in-law); James Bates and Anthony Bates; Nieces Karisma Graham and Kyla Graham; Nephews, Joshua Stanley and Kevin Smith along with five Aunts and one Uncle as well as the host of Cousins and Friends.