Evan Bowling, Donor
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He was a unique charismatic young man....
Evan wasn’t like every 15-year-old out there. He was a unique charismatic young man. He loved his brother and sisters, and his mom was his rock he loved her dearly. Evan loved the outdoors and going to his great grandparents ranch in Texas. We would go fishing in the summers and hunting in the winters. His brother and him would sit in deer stands together waiting patiently for one of those big bucks to step out of the brush. Unfortunately, they never got their big bucks but they had a blast together anyways. He was his sister’s protector and taught his older sister Riley how to skateboard and his younger sister Madison how to properly take care of herself if anything was to happen to her. His uncle Trey taught him how to drive a truck and tractor on his Papa’s farm and his uncle Justin taught him how to be a respectful loving young man. He was his Nana’s pride and joy, and they loved spending time together. He looked up to his Papa and wanted to be like him. In Evans’ eyes his Papa was his hero. 15 years wasn’t long enough for me and every day that goes by I wish we could have had more time together. But his life lives on in all the lives he saved. And in time I hope that will bring comfort in all the lives he touched during his short time here. He was an amazing friend, son, brother, grandson and nephew and so much more to all the people that loved him and had the privilege of being in his life. He will forever be missed!! We will always cherish and love the moments and memories we were able to make together. Evan will forever and always be my HERO AND GUARDIAN ANGEL!!!! TIL WE MEET AGAIN SON I LOVE YOU MORE ALWAYS AND FOREVER!!