Ludie Mae McCoy EvansOctober 8, 1944 ~ July 28, 2020 (age 75)
It is with great sympathy we announce the passing of Ludie Mae McCoy Evans. Please lift the McCoy-Evans family in prayer as they grieve the loss of their loved one. Due to Covid 19, the McCoy-Evans family will not have any visitation at home. Family and friends visitation on July 31, 2020 from 6:00pm- 7:00pm at the House of Thomas Funeral Home. Funeral services will be on August 1, 2020 at 11:00am, for the immediate family members up to 50 persons at the House of Thomas Funeral Home, Elder Kevin Thomas Memorial Chapel, 300 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, Dillon, South Carolina 29536. Interment will in the Resthaven Cemetary Dillon, South Carolina. Please note that mandatory facial mask to be worn during entire service. While the McCoy-Evans family would love to be surrounded by your presence, they acknowledge the health risks to family, church members, friends, and particularly to those who are most vulnerable to this disease, the elderly and those with chronic health conditions. If you have any symptons related to COVID-19, please do not attend the funeral services. What the family needs most at this time are your prayers and understanding.
Ludie McCoy Evans was born on October 8, 1944 to the Late Jerry Lee McCoy and Ludie Bell Stewart McCoy. She was the oldest of 12 children. Ludie was born in Dillon County, SC and educated in Dillon, SC. At an early age she was a member of St. Matthew AME church.
Ludie was united in marriage to the Late James Evans of Lumberton, North Carolina on July 19, 1968. They were happily marriage until his sudden death.
Ludie was her own boss and truly did things her way. She loved to work and over the years she explored various careers. Ludiestarted her career at Mikes Pizza in Arbutus, Maryland. Later returning to South Carolina, Ludie became a seamstress for Gerber Children wear. She was employed at Gerber for many years until the plant closure. Ludie continue her career by going to Lumberton Regional driving school. As a driver she travel west to California, North to Oregon and South to New Mexico. Ludieenjoyed traveling. As time passed Ludie’s career ended at Smithfield’s food. Ludie enjoyed talking about the people she worked with. (Oh, the crazy things they did).
Ludie was preceded in death by her parents, her loving husband James Evans; beloved brother Jimmie Lee and wife Bessie McCoy. Brother John Willie McCoy and Hubert (Bill) Bethea, one nephew Markel McCoy.
Ludie leaves to cherish her living memories sisters: Beatrice McCoy Gattis of Baltimore, MD, Emma Bethea, Margaret Bethea, Sally Bethea all of Dillon, SC, Millie (William) Legette of Latta, SC; Brothers: Alexander (Margurite) McCoy, James Bethea both of Dillon, SC, William Earl McCoy of Rockingham, NC, Jerry (Malenda) McCoy of Fairmont, NC, Gary (Tausha) McCoy of Leesville, LA, Titus(Connie) Bethea of Latta, SC and a host of nieces, nephews, other relative and friends.
We the Sisters & Brothers, Nieces, Nephews, other relatives and friends,
THANK YOU, MAE!
Always in Our Hearts a never fading Memory of our Angel that watches over us!