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Bruce Blee Evans died January 23, 2019 after living 30 years in Nevada County, California. He was born October 20, 1948 in Philadelphia.

He loved adventure and travel, and sang in the band Coffins Farm. He was a local building contractor. He partied at Woodstock. Bruce drove and hitchhiked across the USA many times. He was a kind, gentle and caring person.

He will be missed by his brother David Walton Evans and his family and friends.

Arrangements in care of Chapel of the Angels Mortuary.

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03/10/19 01:08 PM #1    

John Woodward

sorry to he4ar of Bruce's passing. good guy, and good singer too. he will be missed


03/12/19 08:53 PM #2    

Joe Makurath

I didn't know Bruce well but I did know that whenever someone had a house party I knew I could find him in the kitchen with some others who loved to sing acappella.  They were always very good, as good as anything from any "Rocky" movie. And Bruce was a very nice person.  I'm glad to hear that he continued singing.  It's a "Philly" thing that's worth remembering.  RIP Bruce.


03/14/19 09:50 AM #3    

Lorraine DiBonaventura (Buchakjian)

If my memory serves, I used to ride the trolley to 69th St. on Saturdays. I clearly remember one specific Saturday, being in the last car and harmonizing on the new song du jour,  "Workin' in the Coal Mine," with Bruce. It wasn't a planned date, just happened to be on the trolley with him that day, and no one else was in that car. Singing was all I cared about doing, and I loved singing with Bruce. Always sorry that I lost touch with those with whom I shared memories that are still so vivid in my mind, even after all these decades. RIP, Bruce. Such a good guy, gone too soon.


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