American Cancer Society Tribute of Hope: Sonny Evans

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One of the American Cancer Society’s Tributes of Hope is Sonny Evans. Sonny was diagnosed with stage 3 colon cancer, in February 2000.
Following surgery to remove it, he started treatment. After the usual 5fu chemo and 30 days radiation, he was cancer free by August. Mr. Sonny continues to have follow up scopes and practices early detection.Being an avid supporter of the American Cancer Society, Mr. Sonny has participated in the Relay for Life for the last 16 years with his church team.
Today he enjoys church, Methodist men and Lions Club. He likes coffee and outdoors. So as a survivor Sonny would suggest do the colon check by mail, eat right, do not drink alcohol and use tobacco. Together deadly.

September 15th is right around the corner so be sure to visit www.bellesandbeausnatchitoches.orgor call 337-237-3797 to get your tickets. The Belles and Beaus Gala will be from 6:00 p.m.-10:30 p.m. at Melrose Plantation. The event will feature recognition of our distinguished honorees, a live and silent auction, a catered meal by Lasyone’s, open bar, and live entertainment by Troy Marks No Idea from New Orleans.

2 thoughts on “American Cancer Society Tribute of Hope: Sonny Evans

  1. Amen. Congratulations indeed. My Christian brother Sonny Evans is as many in this town should and probably does know, a true jewel of a man, has a great sense of humor and just a great sense of generosity and he also works to help other accept Jesus as Lord and Savior by placing free copies of the Word of God in people’s hands, helping fulfill Matthew 28:18-20.

  2. Sonny Evans is as good as they come. He’s also a long standing member of Gideons International, Natchitoches camp for whom he stores the camp’s Bible for distribution.

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