Larry Ann Evans

Obituary of Larry Ann Evans

Larry Ann was born on Oct. 13, 1960, in Spring Lakes, NJ and was a daughter of the late Larry and Ann (Collins) Evans. Though she was born in Jersey, she and her parents lived in nearly every state of the U.S., traveling with the horse races. Her father bred and trained, while her mother, an artist, painted the horses. Her grandparents' home in Lyons, where she resided most recently, was where she felt most at home. She graduated from Lyons High School and went on to travel to fulfill her passion for film and theater. In her mid-twenties, she traveled to Spain. There, she worked on many films, later met her former husband, and had their son, Alex. Larry Ann served most recently as the Executive Director for the Museum of Wayne County History. She served as past president of the Geneva Theater Guild board. She was recently able to see the book published that she and her sister, Marion, wrote together. "Schwester/Sister Missed and Found" can be found on Amazon. To see it in black and white, brought her great joy. Larry Ann enjoyed science fiction, history, art and was a Spanish red wine enthusiast. Most of all, she loved her son Alex. Larry Ann lived a life with no regrets and touched many more lives than she could have ever imagined. She was truly an icon and will be missed by all. Her legacy lives on with all who knew her. She is survived by her son, Alex (Lauren Cook) Calvo of Lyons; former husband, Ignacio Calvo of Geneva; sister, Marion Bornschier of Zurich, Switzerland; several close friends and colleagues. In addition to her parents, Larry Ann was predeceased by her Aunt Doll.
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