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Kimberly Evans

Kimberly S. Evans (Tyler)

Saturday, April 27th, 1968 - Friday, March 20th, 2020
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PARISHVILLE – Kimberly Sue Evans, 51, passed away early Friday morning, March 20, 2020 in the comfort of her home surrounded by her loving family.

Kim is survived by her loving husband of 35 years, Stephan Evans who she married on April 20, 1985 in Colton. She is lovingly remembered by her daughters, Bonnie and Andrew Polk of Mobile, Alabama and Megan Evans of Parishville; her grandchildren, Kaleb, Tristian, Trinity, and Korbin Polk; her mother and step-father, Sue and Ken Wiklacz; her sisters, Terri and Michael James of Watertown and Annette Evans of Parishville; and many nieces and nephews.

She was predeceased by her father, David Tyler on November 23, 2002.

Kim was born in Potsdam on April 27, 1968. She graduated from Colton-Pierrepont High School in 1985 and earned her LPN certification through BOCES nursing program. She worked as a LPN and respiratory therapist at the House of the Good Samaritan, Carthage Area Hospital, and Canton-Potsdam Hospital. She went on to finish her career at Dr. Schechter’s Dermatology Office.

Kim enjoyed spending time with her beloved family and friends. She was a talented and recognized artist who’s interests spanded from painting, sketching, sewing, photography, and crafting in general. In the spring and summer she could be found spending most days in her garden. She was most at home anywhere near water, and enjoyed vacationing with her family seaside.

A celebration of her life will be held for close family and friends at a later date. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Huntington’s Disease Society of America, 505 Eighth Ave, Suite 902, New York, NY 10018 or at or the Potsdam Humane Society at
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Lois Wickwire

Posted at 11:32am
While on my daily walks on Flow Drive I enjoyed seeing her art & gardens. We are thinking about you & sending our love & prayers to the family. Love, Bob & Lois Wickwire

Jim Matthews

Posted at 01:24pm
Kim AKA "Corney McNugget"have will always be in our hearts. Her talents as an artist kept us all on our toes in the days of RT.
Her humour and pranks that kept things . Like putting mucomyst on my fries when called away only to return to "

Jim Matthews Posted at 02:30pm

rotten eggs" and the roar of her laughter when I ate one! The days of the "kim & Jim Show" like the frying of a new ventilator, both of us thinking this is the end of our career and how do we tell the boss ?The boat tour on the pond with Her Dad, we return to port 2 hours later, Chief Steve in bewilderment keeping supper warm.One Christmas time Herb, Kim and I snagged a coworker out of a bar impersonating Immigration,on the way back to the Party we sang "Mr. Hanky the Christmas Poo !" Brings back good times. We are so sorry for the families loss, Big Hugs to Steve,Bonnie and Megan. Rest in peace my friend. .God certainly gained an angel .Love ya, Jim & Marylou

Cheryl Thomas

Posted at 08:11pm
I was so sorry to hear about Kim’s death. I loved having Kim as a student and a member of drama club. Her contagious smile and positive attitude were an inspiration to us all. I was always so impressed by her creativity and artistic talent. She could light up any room she walked into. She will certainly be missed. Our lives were all better for having known her.

Terry (Steenburgh) Mayers

Posted at 07:24pm
I am so incredibly saddened to see that Kim has passed away. It’s been many years since we have seen each other, but we spent a great deal of time together back when we worked together as therapists at HGS and Carthage. I will always remember her infectious positivity, her beautiful smile and laughter, and the deep love that she had for her family. We had many adventures together while your family lived in Sackets Harbor. My thoughts and prayers are with you, Steve, Bonnie, Megan, and family. Sending you all lots of love.

Herb Seymour

Posted at 10:19am
So sorry to hear about Kim's passing. She was a dear friend & co-worker in Respiratory care at CPH. Kim was a special health care worker that really cared about her patients. She could always make us smile & laugh, that is a unique gift she had. She now has some peace after suffering many years with this horrible disease. RIP, God Bless. Love ya Corny Mcnugget! Herb & Sharon


Melinda Clark-Carbone Posted at 05:21pm

Dear Family, I just heard about Kim’s passing. I am so sorry for your incredible loss. We haven’t seen each other in a very long time, but some of my fondest memories as a child are of Kim. The three of you, myself, and sisters had so much fun when we were young. I will always remember her roaring laugh. We ran into each at the IGA a few years ago, and she played such a prank on me. We laughed so hard. A great memory to add to the others. The best part of our childhood was that our mom’s became friends because our dads had been friends since grade school, and remained so until Uncle David passed away.They also, did not get to grow old together, but they sure had fun while here. I am confident they’re still up to their hijinks..... Rest In Peace Kimberly. Melinda Clark-Carbone & Family.

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