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Date: Tuesday, July 12

Time: 11:45 am

Place: Hutchings Museum Institute | 55 North Center Street, Lehi

Learn about local veteran Donald Evans

A luncheon featuring local author Kenneth Evans on his memoir about his father, Donald Evans. Missing: A World War II Story of Love, Friendships, Courage, and Survival gives an extraordinary account of WWII, detailing capture by Nazi SS Troops, a 200-mile forced march, near starvation, and internment in a German POW camp. Come enjoy lunch, hear from the author, and visit Donald Evans’ name on the WWII plaque in the museum’s Veterans Hall. Please register to attend.


Present: Author Ken Evans

Author Ken Evans

KENNETH D. EVANS was a CPA and business consultant for more than forty years. During his career, he helped set up and served as a board member on several nonprofit organizations, including an equine therapy center for people with disabilities and a foundation operating schools in Guatemala. He also assisted in interfaith disaster relief efforts following Hurricanes Beulah and Katrina.

An outdoor enthusiast, Ken enjoys fly-fishing, horseback riding, and spending time at his family cabin. He and his wife Sandy have six children and fifteen grandchildren. They reside on his family’s farm in Saratoga Springs, Utah.

Ken’s decade-long quest to learn and write about his father’s World War II experiences was featured in Salt Lake City’s Deseret News on Father’s Day 2017. MISSING is his first book