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Passing Of Richard “Dick” Evans

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The family of Dick Evans announces with great sorrow his passing on August 7, 2021.

He died from COVID-19 and complications from pneumonia.

 

Obituary

Richard Warren Evans
May 17, 1943 – August 7, 2021
Richard Warren Evans, age 78, of Port Charlotte, Florida passed away on Saturday, August 7, 2021. Richard was born on May 17, 1943. ~ Source

Dick was a wonderful person and a pleasure to work with.

He will be sorely missed,

DCT

14 thoughts on “Passing Of Richard “Dick” Evans”

  1. Hopefully he has access to a very fast PC wherever he is now and he has enabled “God Mode”. Taken way too early.
    RIP Richard.

  2. With the deepest condolences to Richard’s family and friends.

    In the words of the poet:

    Loss, and Possession, Death and Life are one.
    There falls no shadow where there shines no sun.

    — Hilaire Belloc
    (From “On a Sundial” in
    “Sonnets and Verse,” 1938)

  3. I sure liked his articles. He’ll be missed for sure. It seems his last article was titled “How To Turn Off The Sleep Button”, on July 21st. His bio reads, “About The Author…Dick Evans has been in the tech industry for more than fifty years. Beginning his career in the ’60s on IBM mainframes, he has been a Programmer, a Data Processing Manager (now called Information Systems Manager), a Consultant, an Assistant Professor, and a Writer. He has been published in a number of computer publications and has spoken at conferences here in the US and abroad. He is currently retired from the faculty at Rhode Island College and consulting/writing part-time, holding teaching seminars, and maintaining a number of Web sites. He maintains a blog with technical “stuff” and has a Web site at rwevans.com.”

  4. What a loss for family and friends who are left behind, yet we know that there will be a day, when we will be reunited, praising our Lord together.
    Even with all of his ministries and assignments, his service for the Lord, Dick was always ready and willing to help anyone who was in need of help. He was blessed with many talents which he used generously. We will miss you!

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