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EVAN AUSTIN TYNES


Evan Austin Tynes passed away peacefully on Monday, December 19, 2022 at Riverview Health Centre.
He leaves to mourn and cherish his memories, his loving wife Kathy, daughter Cherise, mother Anna; brothers, Anthony (Natalie) and Bruce (Carrie); sister Diane and numerous nieces and nephews. He is predeceased by his father Carl Tynes and sister Carlette Ashley.
Evan was a natural athlete and had a beautiful spirit. He touched the lives of so many during his life. He was a faithful servant of the Lord and served as Deacon and choir member of Pilgrim Baptist Church.
A Celebration of Life will be announced at a later date.
In lieu of flowers, a donation may be made to CancerCare Manitoba.


Family and friends may sign a
Book of Condolence at www.glenedenmemorial.ca


Glen Eden Funeral Home
204-338-7111


Make a donation to CancerCare Manitoba Foundation

As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Dec 28, 2022

Condolences & Memories (26 entries)

  • Kathy, Cherise, and the whole family. I'm so very sad to hear about the passing of our very dear friend Evan. I had been honoured to be a Bridesmaid of Kathy and Evan's Wedding. We had a lovely friendship many family dinners, watching movies, playing games, nurturing our children together. We had a family trip to Disney World together. We were truly blessed to have Evan, Kathy and Cherise in our lives. Kathy and Cherise our Sincere Heartfelt Condolences go out to you at this difficult time of Grieving. Evan, we know you are amongst the Beautiful Angel's watching over your loving family. May you rest in Peace with no pain. Rest Easy Ev! Love, Cathy, Brittany and Haley. - Posted by: Cathy Klassen (Friend) on: Jan 31, 2023

  • My condolences to Kathy, Cherise and all the Family at this very difficult time. I have known Evan for many years from our school days. May you rest in peace my friend.... you were a true gentlemen and will be missed by many of Family and friends. God Bless you - Posted by: Gary Swann (Friend ) on: Jan 21, 2023

  • Condolences to Evan's family. I met Evan over 30 years ago at St.Johns High School he started a year after me.. Evan you will be greatly missed. You were a man of strength and integrity, your soft spoken voice I will always hear. I'm so saddened and shocked that you're gone.. Rest well with the Ancestors my dear friend.. see you on the other side.. you're a huge loss to us all. Love youđź’› - Posted by: Charlene Bruyere (Friend) on: Jan 05, 2023

  • Evan will truly be missed. A gentle soul with a huge smile he graced the halls of St John's first as a student (and basketball champion) and then as an Educator (winning basketball coach with his dear friend Jon Jon). He was a magnet for students - all drawn to him because of his genuine interest in what they had to say - he was an adult that listened. His colleagues were drawn to him because of his kindness, true care and interest. We were saddened when he retired, but were very happy for the time he would be able to enjoy with Cathy and Cherise. We are saddened that this time was short and I send both my condolences. He will truly be missed. Sending love and light to all who knew him. Safe travels Evan, "Vichnya Pam Yat", Rest Eternal... - Posted by: Michelle Shmyr-becker (Co-worker) on: Jan 05, 2023

  • My deepest of sympathy to Evan's wife and daughter. I also offer my condolences to his mom Anna, his siblings, and his numerous nieces and nephews. I want to begin by saying that I have had the absolute luxury of knowing Evan since my teenage years. I first met Evan when he, my brother and many other neighborhood fellas use to have their daily pick up game of basketball over at Champlain school. As the years passed, our paths just continued to cross. It wasn't uncommon for us to run into each other while attending social events and/or activities. This was because some of his/my friends and acquaintances ran together in the same circle(s). As fate would have it, in 2000 I started teaching at St. John's High School where Evan was proudly employed for 25+ years and once again we greeting, laughing and reminiscing about old times and our now "grown up" married with children lives. One thing was always evident and as clear as day when the 2 of us had conversations ... HE LOVED HIS WIFE AND HE LOVED HIS DAUGHTER. I will truly miss you Evan Tynes. You had such a beautiful spirit my dear dear friend. I love yiu and may God bless you and your soul. Rest in Peace Evan Linda Dmyterko (nee Stewart) - Posted by: Linda Dmyterko (nee Stewart) (Friend and collegue) on: Jan 02, 2023

  • I met “Tynes” while working at St.John’s high school. Such a sweetheart of a guy. Easy going, big smile but also no nonsense. Students responded well to his instruction and knew when it was time to buckle down and get to work. I have not seen Evan since our days together at St. John’s (90s) but some people, you remember with fondness. Tynes was one of those guys. - Posted by: Ed Friesen (Co worker/ St. John’s High School) on: Dec 31, 2022

  • My heart felt condolences to Evan's family. I have warm and fun memories of our families from earlier years. Hugs from me, take care, love, Wendy - Posted by: Wendy (Magee) Strewchuk (Friend) on: Dec 31, 2022

  • Dear Kathy, Cherise & Family. So saddened to hear of Evan's passing. I truly enjoyed our over the fence conversations. My thoughts and prayers are with you. May your memories be a bridge to comfort and connect you forever. -Heather Schaub (former backyard neighbour) - Posted by: Heather Schaub (former backyard neighbour) on: Dec 30, 2022

  • Kathy Cherise, My cuzn was a servant of Our Father God a devoted husband and a doting father with a superb personality. A great example of a man. I always respected his character . May our Father God continue to bless the entire family with His peace and comfort that Evan’s soul is with Jesus - Posted by: Richard & Debbie (Cousin) on: Dec 30, 2022

  • We are so very sorry to hear of Evan’s passing. We only met Evan on a few occasions and he always had a cheerful disposition and was easy to talk to. Our thoughts and prayers are with you, Kathy, Cherise & family, and may his memories help you find peace. - Posted by: Karen and Bill Fisher (Co-Worker / Friend) on: Dec 30, 2022

  • Deepest sympathies to Kathy, Cherise and family. Rod would often tell me of the great times he had with Evan at St. John’s High School. His kind heart and amazing way he interacted with the youth he worked with was always mentioned. But most of all, how he cherished Kathy and Cherise. My condolences, Kim - Posted by: Kim Campbell (Husband Rod Campbell’s friend and colleague ) on: Dec 29, 2022

  • Kathy, Cherise and family you are in my thoughts and prayers. Lisa - Posted by: Lisa Nachtigall (Former co- worker) on: Dec 29, 2022

  • I am so sorry for your loss. I am going to miss Evan's smile, hugs, and sense of humor. Evan was one of those people that brightened a person's day just by saying hello. He was a great listener and he was always there if you needed a shoulder to cry on. His positive energy was contagious. Where ever Evan was, there was a group of kids that followed. The kids at St. John's absolutely loved him. He had such a big heart and he had so much love to give, Evan went way to soon! My prayers are with you during this difficult time! - Posted by: Grace Smotrycki (co-worker) on: Dec 29, 2022

  • My condolences to his special wife Kathy and most cherished Cherisse his Mother Anna and all Evan's of his other family and friends. Everyone knew how much he cherished his family, friends and his Lord and Savior. Evan was a pillar at Pilgrim Baptist Church his sermons and amazing voice will be truly missed. Heaven gained a special angel. I can hear his Dad's and sister Carlette voices up there. Will truly be missed.đź’” - Posted by: Doreen Szor (Friend) on: Dec 29, 2022

  • My condolences to his special wife Kathy and most cherished Cherisse his Mother Anna and all Evan's of his other family and friends. Everyone knew how much he cherished his family, friends and his Lord and Savior. Evan was a pillar at Pilgrim Baptist Church his sermons and amazing voice will be truly missed. Heaven gained a special angel. I can hear his Dad's and sister Carlette voices up there. Will truly be missed.đź’” - Posted by: Doreen Szor (Friend) on: Dec 29, 2022

  • I would like to extend my sincerest condolences to the family and close friends during this difficult time. I met Evan during high school. He was a friend of my brother from another mother. He was always so friendly and pleasant to chat with whenever our paths crossed. I pray that the family will find peace and comfort in all of the fond memories you have of Evan. Rest easy Evan! - Posted by: Liz Hobson-Powell (Highschool) on: Dec 29, 2022

  • I was saddened when I heard of Evan's passing my deepest condolences to Kathy and Cherise. I remember the fun times we had at pilgrims Baptist church. His beautiful smile his kindness. He was a great guy. The world won't be the same without him. - Posted by: Melody (Friend) on: Dec 29, 2022

  • I am saddened about the passing Evan. We worked together for many years.Evan was a shining light everyday always upbeat and positive with an infectious laugh.I know he made a difference in many kids lives. Travel well friend . RIP. Willie Foehr - Posted by: Willie Foehr (Co-worker friend) on: Dec 29, 2022

  • I so sorry for your loss. Evan was a good friend we went to William Whyte school together and grew up in the north end and had many a dinner with the families. My friend safe travel and rest in peace. - Posted by: Paul Mccann (Friend ) on: Dec 29, 2022

  • I'd known Evan through Mark and his family. He was always very good to me, many parties and good times with him in my youth. So many old friends gone now. I've often remembered times with him. Had a great laugh. - Posted by: Chris Narine (Old friend) on: Dec 28, 2022

  • Our deepest sympathies Kathy, Cherise & family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this so difficult time. Cheryl & Gerry Saurette - Posted by: Cheryl & Gerry Saurette (Friend) on: Dec 28, 2022

  • Gone too Soon - only seems like yesterday when Evan and I were coaching against each other in the St. John's Basketball tournament. We will miss his warm friendly greetings and his beautiful voice which I still hear. Our family wishes to send the family peace and strength during this difficult time and we wish you comfort in Christ as a new year begins as you mourn your loss. The Symonds Family - Posted by: Symonds Family (Friends in Christ) on: Dec 28, 2022

  • Sorry for your loss he was the best teacher I had. We had so many wonderful memories together - Posted by: Lily Casel (Former student ) on: Dec 28, 2022

  • I am truly saddened to hear of Evan's death. I worked with him at St. John's High School and admired and valued him greatly. He truly cared about kids and always had a cheerful greeting for everyone. Another nice guy gone way too soon. My sincerest condolences go out to his family. - Posted by: ROSS WEDLAKE (friend and colleague) on: Dec 28, 2022

  • I will miss him always taking gum from me and showing me how to play sports. - Posted by: Tom mcneil (Old student) on: Dec 28, 2022

  • Dear family, There is so much that can be said about Evan but the first thing was his kindness and huge smile of unconditional acceptance. With much sadness I offer my condolences Eva - Posted by: Eva Mohammed (Co- worker) on: Dec 28, 2022

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