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Everett Idris Evans, American surgeon. Awarded certificate of appreciation by Depts. of Army and Navy for work during World World War World War II.


Evans, Everett Idris was born on April 15, 1909 in Norfolk, Nebraska, United States. Son of Rhys and Mary (Jones) Evans.


Doctor of Philisophy, University of Chicago, 1935. Doctor of Medicine 1937.


House surgeon, Pennsylvania Hospital, Philadelphia, 1937-1939. Assistant resident surgery, Medical College of Virginia Hospital, Richmond, 1939-1940. Rockefeller Foundation.


Member committee on surgical, National Research Council since 1946. Member commission on blood and blood substitutes, American Red Cross since 1947, commission on atomic casualties, National Research Council since 1947. Member of advisory board on Health Services, American National Red Cross, since 1947.

Member advising committee on annual scientific award, American Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association since 1947. Member International Society Surgery, Society for Vascular Surgical, American Surgical Association, Southern Medical Association, American Medical Association, American Physiological Society, American Surgical Association, American College Surgs., Southern Surgical Association, Richmond Academy Medical, Sigma Xi, Nu Sigma Nu, Alpha Omega Alpha. Club: Commonwealth.; Member editorial board Annals of Surgical since 1947.


Married LaVerne Veatch, September 14, 1936. Children: Robert Rhys, Melissa Lee, Richard Idris.

Rhys Evans

Mary (Jones) Evans

LaVerne Veatch

Robert Rhys Evans

Melissa Lee Evans

Richard Idris Evans