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In Memory of

Sonia C. Evans

October 10, 1924 - August 4, 2017

Obituary


Sonia C. Evans, affectionately known as "Sunny," age 92, left this life to go on telling her stories in heaven on August 4, 2017. She was born in Chicago, Il. to Louis Cohen and Rose Rosenblatt on October 10, 1924. Sunny is survived by her daughter, Sherry (Bob) MacDonald, Monument, CO; grandchildren, Stephanie (Kyle) Winberg; great-grandchildren Ethan, Reid, Sydney, Aiden and Avery of Maple Grove, MN; Miki (Christopher) Mason, great granddaughter Kira of Newport Beach, CA; Samantha (Darren) Knowles, great granddaughters Emily and Alison of Aurora, CO; and Stacy (Phil) Trujillo and great grandsons Robbie...

Sonia C. Evans, affectionately known as "Sunny," age 92, left this life to go on telling her stories in heaven on August 4, 2017. She was born in Chicago, Il. to Louis Cohen and Rose Rosenblatt on October 10, 1924. Sunny is survived by her daughter, Sherry (Bob) MacDonald, Monument, CO; grandchildren, Stephanie (Kyle) Winberg; great-grandchildren Ethan, Reid, Sydney, Aiden and Avery of Maple Grove, MN; Miki (Christopher) Mason, great granddaughter Kira of Newport Beach, CA; Samantha (Darren) Knowles, great granddaughters Emily and Alison of Aurora, CO; and Stacy (Phil) Trujillo and great grandsons Robbie and Ryan of Pueblo West, CO. Sunny is also survived by her beloved brother, Sheldon (Sally) Cohen of Melbourne, Australia; she will also be forever remembered by her numerous nieces, nephews and extended family and dear friends, they meant the world to her. Sunny was preceded in death by her son, Larry; her soulmate and husband, George; brother, Marshall Cohen; and her parents and stepfather, Captain Julius Lintlom.



Sunny enlisted as a Navy WAVE in 1943 and proudly served during WWII. She and her beloved George met on a blind date thru the USO, Washington DC, in 1944 and married July, 1945. They lived as husband and wife until July, 2008. Sunny spent her life as a devoted wife, mother, grand and great grandmother, secretary and Hospice volunteer. She enjoyed telling her many fascinating stories of her life and about her service in the U.S. Navy to everyone she met. She was further honored as a recipient of the Honor Flight trip for which she was grateful the rest of her life. Sunny was an amazing person who left her mark on everyone who’s life she touched. The family also would like to acknowledge John Howe and his eternal friendship and care to Sunny and George Evans. There will be a Celebration of Life to follow on November 11, 2017, at Imperial Gardens in Pueblo, CO. Memorial donations may be made



in her name to: U.S. Navy Memorial, Attn.: Alexis Baker, 701 Pennsylvania Ave., NW, Washington, D.C. 20004.