OBITUARY

Evan Bryan Charles Boehme

December 11, 1990March 5, 2019

Evan Bryan Charles Boehme, 28 of Grapevine, Texas passed away on March 5, 2019. He was born on December 11, 1990 in Dallas to Gerald and Debbie Boehme.

Evan had the best personality. His beautiful smile could light up the room and he was adored by many. Evan also gave the best hugs- anyone who was blessed to received one from him always felt as if it was an embrace they would never forget. He was a fan of the Dallas Cowboys and Dallas Mavericks but his true passion was MUSIC. He loved to sing, dance and lay down tracks. He enjoyed making up songs and serenading whomever would give him the chance to. Evan loved to make people laugh and was genuinely a great friend with the heart of gold.

He is preceded in death by his Grandparents on both sides and his larger than life Aunt, Laura Wommack Becker. She's probably welcoming him to Heaven and mentioning that she still has that Masters degree!

Evan is survived by his loving parents, Debbie Hand Boehme and Gerald Charles Boehme, his 2 siblings Jennifer Hand and Jason Boehme, nephews Braden Hand and Breckin Struble-Hand, nieces Bailey and Bishop Hopkins who were the light of his life, and Chesney Boehme. Also, his great nephew, Eliot Struble-Hand, 7 months old, and his loyal dog, Jax. He is also survived by very few close and loving friends and his extended family who will miss him dearly.

Although there will be no service for Evan, and his internment will be private, you may honor him by always remembering him in your heart and all the good memories you had with him.

We love you Evan and will miss you very much – until we meet again.

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REMEMBERING

Evan Bryan Charles Boehme

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angelica coronado

March 10, 2019

angelica coronado

March 10, 2019

Evan was one of those people that everyone wanted to be around because of how happy he always was. he loved to drive around and sing 🎤 🎶. I will remember him as such a charmer and polite guy. his art will live on in each of his friends and make them strive to do better and keep him in your prayers; and Thanksgivings because thats when we all realize what we are grateful for. Evan I am sorry that you are gone far too soon. Your voice, spirit, mind and soul live on.

Darlene Smithart

March 9, 2019

This one is where we were at the game. We had a great time.

Darlene Smithart

March 9, 2019

Melissa Lowry

March 7, 2019

We grew up together terrorizing the neighborhood since we were 4. So many movie nights and pool days. Summer days riding bikes and skateboarding from sun to to sun down. I’m so sorry you had to battle the way you did and I’m sad you’re gone. I hope you’ve found peace and you’re up there sitting on a beach in true happiness. Rest In Peace Ev, see ya on the flip side 💙

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY