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On Sunday January 14, 2018 at Founders Plaza Nursing & Rehabilitation Center in Wylie, TX, God transitioned a mother, sister, grandmother, great-grandmother, aunt and a woman of God from this Earthly home to his awesome and amazing home in Glory.

Evelyn Joan Pinson was born April 10, 1939 to the late Johnnie and Lillie Bell Thomas in Terrell, TX.
Evelyn was a woman of integrity, kind, loving, thoughtful, caring, and compassionate for her children, sisters, grandchildren, great-grand children and others that she encountered throughout her life time.
Evelyn had strong work ethics, she never missed a day of work, working two and three jobs just so her children could have the things that were needed to survive. She learned at an early age the value of hard work and family values from her mother and father. She worked at Irving Community Hospital in the Central Supply Department and as a servant at First Baptist Church of Dallas and, as an assembler at Varo Semiconductor. She was a hard worker, who Love the Lord and served him with all her heart. She was an amazing woman of God who cherished spending her time with her family.

Evelyn was a patient of Edgewood Nursing & Rehabilitation Center. She was a member of Eagles Nest Cathedral. One of her favorite past time was playing the organ.
It is a great pleasure and honor that we celebrate the life of a most amazing, wonderful and loving Woman of God.

Evelyn was preceded in death by Mother and Father: Lillie Bell and Johnny Thomas: Four sisters: Emma Davis, Ruth Shelton, Johnny Bell Carr, Exie Mae Hickman, and her brother John L. Thomas, great grandson Anthony Alexander Roberts and her longtime mate Phillip Redwine.

She leaves behind three daughters: Renee S. Reed, Angela R. Turner, and Michelle L. Wilson. Grandchildren: Three grandsons, Nine Granddaughters, and Eight great- grandchildren. Also five sisters: Virginia Andy, Vivian Everett, Joyce Faye Pinson, Barbara Joe Roberts and Mary Ellen Thomas, and one brother: Billy Brad Thomas, and one Aunt Betty Higgins of Garland, also her ex-husband Robert Daniel Pinson.

We will all miss you for your love, devotion, dedication, compassion, warm embrace, and your beautiful smile. We say farewell to a prayer warrior who could reach the Father with the sweetest words ever. Thank you God for the time we had with our mother, sister, aunt, grandmother, great grandmother, and friend, we want to say so long for now, until we will meet again. You have fought a good fight and your race is completed now you can soar like as an eagle with the wind on you back and the sun on your skin without a care in the world. It is now left up to us to prepare ourselves for the journey home. We Love you God for all that you do and all that you are.