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David Anthony Evans
February 11, 1977 ~ August 4, 2023 (age 46) 46 Years Old
In Loving Memory - David Evans February 11th, 1977 - August 4th, 2023
It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of David Anthony Evans, a remarkable soul whose journey on this earth ended peacefully on Friday, August 4th, at his Woodland Park, Colorado residence. David's gentle spirit found rest as he peacefully slipped away in his sleep, a victim of heart failure due to pulmonary heart disease.
Born on February 11th, 1977, in Roswell, NM, to the loving embrace of Jae and Debra Evans. He was surrounded by the warmth of his family, which included his dear siblings Markus Roberts Evans and Jennifer Ann Evans. David's educational path led him from Valley Middle School to Carlsbad High School, where he graduated with honors. He pursued his passion for architecture at Woodbury University School of Architecture, earning a Master's in Architectural Design. His thirst for knowledge took him abroad to the Leonardo da Vinci Art School in Florence, Italy, a journey that enriched his creativity and expanded his horizons.
David's enthusiasm for life was infectious, seen in his diverse hobbies and interests. Whether he was skateboarding, surfing, golfing, fishing, bowling, woodworking, or snowboarding, he pursued each endeavor with unwavering dedication. He was an artist of unparalleled talent, with a special affinity for spray paint art, brush art, tiki designs, and canvas paintings. His creative genius knew no bounds, and his art continues to inspire.
Beyond his talents, David had a heart for animals that was both compassionate and creative. From crafting mini picnic tables for wild chipmunks to building sunroom additions for his beloved cats, his affinity for all creatures was a testament to his kindness and ingenuity.
David's warmth extended to his cherished relationships, where his love for family shone brightly. He loved his parents, Jae and Debra Evans, and shared profound connections with his siblings and their spouses: Mark Evans, Kemlyn Evans, Jennifer Evans and Scott Hire, His nieces and nephews - Hope Bonneville, Hannah Mann, and Riley Evans - held a special place in his heart as well.
David's legacy will forever resonate through the masterpieces he created, gifted to family and friends throughout his lifetime. Each piece is a reminder of his boundless creativity and the love he poured into everything he touched. His memory will live on in the hearts of those who were fortunate to know him, leaving a legacy that will stand the test of time.
In accordance with his wishes, David's journey will continue through cremation, followed by a private celebration of life hosted by his family. For those who wish to honor his memory, a public celebration of life will take place in Southern California in October for a gathering of friends and family to celebrate the life of a truly remarkable individual - more details will be announced at a later date.
As we bid farewell to David, we extend our heartfelt gratitude to all those who loved and shared in his journey during his 46 years on this earth. Your presence enriched his life and made him the extraordinary man he was. Though his physical presence may be gone, the memories, the love, and the impact he had on us will forever remain.