Judith Evans


Judith Carol Evans (Mansell) Born in Ft Smith AR December 18th 1946 was called home to be with her missed family and loved ones on March 30th 2021 in Sapulpa OK. Judy has been re-united with her Mother and Father, William Claude Mansell and Ethel Evalena Mansell (Thornburg) her Sister Peggy Marie Humble, Brother-in-Law Herbert Edgar Parker Humble, her Brother William Lee Mansell and Sister-in-Law Eunice Arlene Mansell. Her Brothers Jacky Claude Mansell, Donald Eugene Mansell and Joe Wesley Mansell along with her Grandson Joseph David Barok along with many nieces and nephews. She is survived by her Husband of 52 years Billy Frank Evans, her Daughter Katherine Evalena Barok (Evans) Son-in-Law Robert Don Barok her Daughter Leslie Lyn Lay (Evans) and Son-in-Law Shawn Paul Lay. Her grandchildren Michael Paul Lay, Michael Ryan Barok, Kaci Lyn Foster (Barok), Courtney Dawn Barok and Victoria Ashley Barok. Her Grandson Andrew Caleb Lay his wife Laura Anne Lay (Levesque). Her Grandson Daniel Joseph Shattuck his wife Tia Donnetta Shattuck. Great Grandchildren Jonathan Wyatt Sissom, Kloey Jean Shattuck, Paizley Cash Shattuck, Tatum Anne Sward, Bishop Thomas Sward, Lydia Cypress Drennan-Hart and Leo Blue Drennan-Hart. Judy has a very large extended family including Carl, Kenny, Janice, Bethany, Cheryl, Christina, Melissa, Leigh Jr, Jordan and many more. Judy was a 1965 graduate of Sapulpa High School. She spent her life with Family First which thru her lifetime included many other families that had nowhere to live. She had several entire families move in thru the years, providing food and shelter until they could find a place of their own. Judy and Bill would often go without so that others did not, even to the point of giving all they had. Judy was a lifelong Homemaker with occasional jobs as housekeeper, Assistant Manager at U-Totem in West Tulsa and Cafeteria Cook at Kiefer Elementary. Judy lived in several states including Arkansas, Oklahoma, Colorado, Florida and then coming back to Oklahoma. She would always cook enough for the neighborhood just in case someone came over. When you came to the house, you better come hungry as you would have to eat something. First and foremost, she enjoyed spending time with family along with Camping and Fishing. Judy we will all see you again, I’ll bring a tic-tac.