Courtney L. Evans was born on December 6, 1961 in Chantilly, Manchester Jamaica to Victor and Cherry Evans. As a child he attended Chantilly Primary School and later migrated to the United States in 1972 with his sister Faith (“Princess”).
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Courtney also known as Reggie attended the Maurice J. Tobin school in Roxbury and after graduation attended Reading High School and was a star basketball player. Courtney worked part time on weekends at Children’s Hospital while pursing a trade in sheet metaling at his Vocational School. He decided to leave sheet metaling and pursued a career in cooking. He graduated from Johnson & Wales College where he received his degree in Culinary Arts. At which time, Courtney received an internship at Harvard University where he worked meticulously and was well liked. In turn he was hired as a full-time Chef.
Courtney worked for Harvard University for 32 years, where he had hoped to retire.
Courtney enjoyed music, sports, horse racing, playing dominos and time with his family. He was well liked by everyone with his affectionate smile, humor and cooking.
Courtney leaves behind his parents, Victor and Cherry Evans, brothers, Victor Jr. (“Kenny”), Wayne, Hugh; Sisters, Faith (“Princess”), Donna (“Dawn”) and Hope. His children Brihon, Brianna, Courtney Jr, Ayesha, Krystal, Tieon, Daurnelle and Jhenelle. Uncles: Stafford and Gladstone; Aunts; Carol, Mornell (‘Grace”) Violet and Sylvia. Six Grandchildren: Jaqui Amari, Kashlee Barzay, Khalicia Barzay, Kaydence Malcolm, Kaiser Evans and Harper Evans. Along with a hosts of cousins, nieces, nephews, friends and other loved ones.
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