Pittsburgh Theological Seminary; Duquesne University; St. John of Damascus Institute of Theology, University of Balamand; West Virginia University
Doctor of Ministry-Eastern Christian Focus-Pittsburgh Theological Seminary-2012; Master's Degree-Theology/Theological Studies- St. John of Damascus Institute of Theology-University of Balamand-2006; Doctor of Pharmacy- Duquesne University-1977; Bachelor's Degree-Pharmacy-West Virginia University-1974
Antibiotic Stewardship; Anticoagulation Services; Pharmacy information Systems; Clinical Decision Support; Medical Oncology; Medical Mission Work; Ordained Deacon in the Antiochian Orthodox Church
Evans has an extensive education, as he believes that you should never be satisfied with status quo and to never stop learning and keep moving forward. Evans adoration for helping and caring for people inspired him to get involved in the field of pharmacy. Evans, along with 25 other employees of the hospital, volunteer to travel to third world countries to offer free medical care to those in need. They have been doing this for 7 years and plan to continue in the future. They recently returned from Brazil and traveled down the Amazon River helping villages along the way. They have also traveled to Peru and Ecuador several times to volunteer there free services. Evans, in the future, plans to retire from the pharmacy field and do consulting work and more missionary work a few times a year. Evans and his wife volunteer at the soup kitchen at their church.