We regret to announce the passing of Ronda E. Evans, 64, of N. Charleston, SC who entered into eternal rest on Monday, August 31, 2020.
The family will be receiving family and friends at 2000 Hugo Ave. N. Charleston, SC.
Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the family is requesting everyone to please wear a mask and practice social distancing.
Life Reflections of Ronda E. Evans
And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain: for the former things are passed away. Revelation 21:4
Rhonda Elaine Evans was born August 23, 1956 to Raleigh and Nathalee Boone Evans both preceded her in death.
On August 31, 2020 Rhonda took flight to meet her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and to join her siblings who preceded her in death; sisters: Delores B. Jenkins, Thelma Louise Evans and Bobbie Jean Evans; sister-in-law, Gloria Boone; brother, Frank Alfred Boone; stepbrothers, Raleigh Evans Jr. and Ernest Rasheed.
Rhonda was the seventh born of 12 children and was know as the most foolish and scariest but certainly the family comedian.
Rhonda attended the public schools of Charleston, SC. She worked several jobs prior to her employment at Charleston Post and Courier where she labored four decades before retiring in August 2018.
Rhonda was baptized at the age of 2 in New Israel Reformed Episcopal Church. At age 12 Rhonda was confirmed and became an active member of New Israel Reformed Episcopal under the pastoring of Bishop S.K. Rambert. She enjoyed Sunday school, Christmas and Easter recitations, Vacation Bible Study and traveling to the Reformed Church Conference Center for fun activities. Rhonda had an amazing alto voice but was too shy to join the church choir, as an adult Rhonda attended off and on, even during her illness until she could no longer attend.
Rhonda was one of the most loving, compassionate, kindhearted persons you could ever meet. She would do anything within her ability for whom ever asked and would always say some- thing to make you laugh even if you felt like crying.
Rhonda had compassionate love and appreciation for all her many friends and acquaintances she met at the workplace, her neighborhood and especially her favorite past time “Bingo”.
Rhonda leaves to cherish her found memories, her children: Katrina Evans (Darryl), Andrea Evans and Tafelio Evans; siblings: John Boone, Summerville, SC, Larry Boone (Alice), Goose Creek, SC, Anthony Evans, Wendell Evans (Kim), Kevin Evans (Keyonna) all of Charleston, SC.; sisters: Barbara Boone-German (Daniel), Mt. Pleasant, SC and Patricia Washington (Richard), Charleston, SC; stepsister, Queenie Grant; grandchildren: Akaria Evans, Virgil Simmons Jr. and Samone Evans; great grandchild, Kyliegh Goodwin; special cousin, Vermell Gaillard; sister/ friend, Altonia Lee Moultrie; special friends, Yvonne Grant and Jean Green and a host of nephews, nieces , cousins and other relatives and friends.
Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, everyone is required to please wear a mask and practice social distancing.
To send flowers to Ronda's family, please visit our floral store.