Thursday, 20 August 2009

Lee Evans Edward

Edward “Rock” Evans, 81, a native of New Orleans and resident of Houma, died at 8:25 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 16, 2009.

Visitation will be from 9:30 a.m. to burial time Friday at Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary Catholic Church. Mass will be 10:30 a.m. Friday at the church, with burial in the church cemetery.
He is come through by one son, Lee Evans Jr. and wife, Lori, of Mooresville, N.C.; one sister, June Curtis of Pasadena, Calif.; and two grandsons, Jordan and Cameron Evans.
He was antecede in death by his wife, Bess Evans; and his parents, Walter and Helen Evans.
He was a retired salesman for Valley Supply Company, a parishioner of Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary Catholic Church and he served in the U.S. Army for 37 years in World War II and the Korean Conflict.

Chauvin Funeral Home is in charge of accommodation.

Tuesday, 18 August 2009

Nigeria: Lee Evans the Nation's Athletes Can Do More

Abuja — As Nigerian athletes fall like a pack of cards at the 12th IAAF World Championship in Berlin, Germany, national athletics coach, American ace, Lee Evans has authorited out suggestions that Nigeria a need for the talents to beat at the world's biggest stage.

The former 400 meters world champion, however, told that there is wonder need for athletes to put more effort and hard work into representing Nigeria, while also charging chief to give the reasons for the nation's challenger in every way possible.
"Nigeria is a coach's paradise and our job will be to promote the athletes to work hard. It takes hard work for the athletes to be motivated. He noted, "So, we have to motivate them and make them perform very well for their country Nigeria and make them run faster. I believe that, if they receive the right type of training, they will succeed,"

Sunday, 9 August 2009

Lee Evans: Fantasy Sleepers 2009

Matt Ryan, Falcons: Ryan had a huge rookie season where he not only bypassed the rookie learning curve, he also brought honor and he was best leadership back to a city and franchise that had been Vicktimized by his predecessor.
David Garrard, Jaguars: Don’t plan on snagging Garrard to be a QB1, but he has everything it takes to be an excellent second option.
Donovan McNabb, Eagles: For the first time in McNabb’s career he has a plethora of wideouts with big-play ability (Jeremy Maclin and DeSean Jackson) and a franchise left tackle (Jason Peters).
Jamaal Charles, Chiefs: Charles proved to be a steal in the third round of the real 2008 draft and played well filling in for an oft-injured Larry Johnson.
Lee Evans, Bills: Evans’ value is high again after a dip in fantasy production over the past couple of seasons. And he can thank T.O. for the fantasy upgrade.