Thomas L. Evans Insurance agent

September 23, 1990

A Mass of Christian burial for Thomas L. Evans, an insurance agent on the Eastern Shore, will be offered at 10 a.m. tomorrow at Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church in Chestertown.

Mr. Evans, 55, died Friday of cancer at his Chestertown home.

He had moved there from Princeton, N.J., about three years ago. A business he started merged last December with the Fleetwood, Athey, Macbeth and McCown agency.

Before moving about 10 years ago to Princeton, where he worked for property investment companies, he had lived in Ellicott City. He had been associated with the Baltimore insurance agency of Bayly, Martin and Fay.

The Baltimore native attended the Polytechnic Institute before entering the Navy during the Korean War. He then served in the regular Navy for six years. He was a member of the Naval Reserve in Baltimore for more than 20 years, becoming a senior chief petty officer.

He is survived by his wife, the former Maureen Giardina; a daughter, Yvonne Evans of Silver Spring; two sons, Michael Thomas Evans of Columbia and Thomas L. Evans Jr. of Silver Spring; a brother, Charles Evans of Roseville, Calif.; a sister, Patricia E. Pindell of Baltimore; and a grandson.

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