Who is Daniel J Evans?
Governor Mike Lowry appointed him to the Board of Regents of the University of Washington in 1993; Evans served as the board’s president from 1996 to 1997, and in 1999, the Daniel J. Evans School of Public Affairs at the University was named for him.
Who are Daniel and Nancy Evans?
Both Daniel J. Evans (born in Seattle on October 16, 1925) and Nancy Bell Evans (born in Spokane on March 21, 1933) have deep roots in the Northwest. Evans’ great-grandfather settled in Port Gamble in 1859.
What happened to Dan Evans?
In November 1964, Dan Evans defeated two-term Washington Governor Albert D. Rosellini (1910-2011) in the gubernatorial race, one of the few Republicans to survive a Democratic landslide led by President Lyndon Johnson. Evans, ever the engineer, offered voters a “Blueprint for Progress.”
Who are Dan Evans’s parents?
His father once served as King County Engineer. Nancy Bell’s father, a mining engineer and native New Yorker, settled in Spokane after a stop in Vancouver, British Columbia. Dan Evans grew up in Seattle, Nancy Bell in Spokane. Both had politically active, civic-minded parents who engaged them in the broader world.