In Celebration of

Michael J. Evans

November 24, 1956 -  February 9, 2022

Michael J. Evans passed away on February 9th at the age of 65. Born in Mutton Bay, Quebec, Michael was a man of great character. He was an actor, a traveler, a teacher, and a great story-teller. He will be sorely missed by his family and his many friends. Michael was predeceased by his parents, Allan and Dora, and his brother, Wade. He is survived by his sister, Nancy, his brother-in-law, James, his niece Myka (Mark), his nephew, Kyle, and his grandnephew, Maxwell.
A thank you goes to the McGrath family for their grace and kindness. Michael is so happy to finally be reunited with Tom, the love of his life. The family thanks the staff at Vista Residence for their care and support. And finally, an enormous debt of gratitude goes to Teresa for her warmth and generosity.
Michael was cremated and his ashes will join his family in Cambridge, Ontario. Donations to the Heart and Stroke Foundation are appreciated.


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Teresa White (friend)

Entered February 25, 2022 from Montreal

The world is a little duller without Michael's laughter and sharp wit!

maureen larocque (friend)

Entered February 25, 2022 from MONTREAL OUEST

My very dear friend, Michael, will be greatly missed!! I have many cherished memories of our countless trips to Cuba!! We were teaching partners at Concordia University more times than I can count! He was always so kind, patient and considerate. I'll always remember his great sense of humour!! I'm so happy and grateful that I was able to celebrate his last birthday with him. I'm glad that he's now at peace with his beloved, Tom. I miss you Michael, rest in peace.

Perry Shearwood (Colleague)

Entered February 26, 2022 from Westmount, Quebec

Michael was a valued colleague and an inspiring teacher.

Patricia Tokai (friend)

Entered March 10, 2022 from Montreal

Michael loved summer and I'll always remember warm summer evenings sitting outside on restaurant terraces eating and drinking. Michael was a great story teller. He told me about his trips to Europe with Tom - how he broke his arm when he was a kid - how he was born in Mutton Bay - his teaching experiences in Japan and his trips there with colleagues. So many things to remember about Michael. I'm so glad he is at peace now.