In CT Hospice, Branford, Dec. 11, 2002, Terry A. Evans, 55, of 20 Thill St., West Haven, brother of Lorraine Brewer of West Haven and George P. Evans of Hamden, uncle of Courtney Evans of Kansas City, MO, George P. Evans, III of Hamden, Kelly DeLucia and David Brewer both of New Haven. He was born in New Haven, May 3, 1947 a son of the late George P. and Adeline Bruni Evans. He worked as a truck driver for A.P.G. Trucking Co. Funeral service will be private. Arrangements under the direction of BEECHER & BENNETT TAYLOR FUNERAL HOME, 410 Campbell Ave., West Haven.

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  1. Our thoughts and prayers are with your your family at this difficult time.We went to First Ave. school with Terry and used to hang around together we did have alot of good times around Bills drug store. With Sympathy J.Perry

  2. the following extend their sincere sympathy to Terry\’s family: Mr. and Mrs. Sal Carrano, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Matteo. Should family members wish to contact any of us please call Tom Tranquilli at 933-8289. We are so sorry for your loss.

  3. We became friends that first day of kindergarten when we sat at the same table at First Avenue School (our later hangout). We were baseball teamates and became great friends as we grew up. We then shared your football and my hockey .glory days. stories and talked about our early years at the .mud flats.. We had some great times at the Blades games at the old New Haven Arena. We became men and you were part of my wedding party. We all enjoyed watching Monday Night Football at your house ,with our Pepe\’s pizza and the cola from your back hallway.We were there for each other in good times and bad. Above all you always were and ALWAYS will be MY FRIEND! Goodbye Terry, I hope you have found the peace you deserve.

  4. Sorry I didn’t hear this sooner. I live out of town and don’t get back to West Haven at all. Terry was a friend and have lot’s of memories that I’ve cherished over the years. He was the first guy to let me drive a real Muscle Car…an expierence I’ll never forget.

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