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December 26, 2013

Evelyn Juanice Sims

Jan. 28, 1930 — Dec. 25, 2013

DUNCAN — Memorial services for Evelyn Juanice Sims are scheduled for 1:00 p.m. Friday in the Maxwell Avenue Church of Christ with Dr. Virgil Trout and Rev. Ron Benedict officiating.

Mrs. Sims was born January 28, 1930 in Alex, Ok. to Lawrence and Evelyn (Stewart) Sims.  She passed this life on Dec. 25, 2013 in the local hospital.

She and Harvey L. Sims were married in Lindsay, OK on June 17, 1949.  They had lived in Ardmore since 1977 and was a member of the Maxwell Ave. Church of Christ.

She is survived by her husband, Harvey of the home; sons, Larry Sims of Ardmore and Jim Sims and his wife Laura of Amarillo, Tx. ; Sister Mary Kathrine Hammon and her husband Greg of Florence Oregon; brothers, Jimmy Stapp and his wife Patti of Amarrillo, Tx.; Grandchildren, Jamey Sims, Hawk Rouse, Wolf Rouse, Erin Sims Leeser and Barrett James Sims; Great Grandchildren, Jatelan Sims, Jasmine Sims, Lincoln Leeser, Lawson Leeser, Bauer Leeser and Riley Sims.

She was preceded in death by her parents and a brother, Bob Stapp and sister Betty Gwen Stapp.

Services have been entrusted to Craddock Funeral Home.  Online condolences can be made at craddockfuneralhome.com.

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