Eva Angelique Kirkland
March 6, 1954 – March 8, 2020
Eva Angelique Kirkland, 66, passed away peacefully on Sunday March 8, 2020 at Haven Hospice Care Center in Orange Park, Florida.
Eva was born in Jacksonville, Florida on March 6, 1954 to the late John and Shirley Senecal. Although born in Florida, the family relocated to Schenectady, New York, where she attended school and pursued a career in Nursing. Eva was a passionate nurse, who loved caring for others and she practiced in the field for over 42 years.
Eva was a free spirit, who had a great sense of humor and zest for life! She put all of her heart and soul into her family and she absolutely adored her children and grandchildren. Eva loved music, especially The Beatles. She was an excellent singer and dancer and she loved to cook.
She is survived by two daughters, Angelique Brown and Katina Matheney of Middleburg Florida; two granddaughters Nina Jackson and Zoe Matheney; one brother John Stephen Senecal of Orlando, Florida; Three stepsons Jake, Jeremy, and Casey of Claxton Georgia; and several other cousins nieces and nephews. She will be reunited in Heaven with her late husband, Randy Kirkland, sister Laura Senecal Dominguez, and several other family members and friends.
Eva will be forever missed by her family and friends and she will never be forgotten.
A graveside service will be held on Wednesday, March 25, 2020 at 2:00 PM in Jacksonville Memory Gardens 111 Blanding Blvd. Orange Park, FL 32073. The family will receive guests at graveside before services.
Arrangements by HARDAGE-GIDDENS RIVERMEAD FUNERAL HOME 127 Blanding Blvd. Orange Park, FL 32073. (904) 264-2481.
- Graveside Service Wednesday, March 25, 2020
Eva Angelique Kirkland
March 11, 2020
Eva was a special person in so many ways and wonderful friend. She was the best listener and always had clarity to a situation. She told like it is but with heart. We had many heart to hearts and I will miss her. I was able to tell her I loved her like a sister even though we didn't see each other because of distance and couldn't always call, but when we did we just picked up where we left off... I was also able to thank her for being in my life and I wouldn't be a registered nurse today if she didn't make me go with her to that first class. I never wanted to continue my education but we had so much fun taking other classes and supported each other.. She was a great nurse who made so many lives better.
I am comforted by knowing she is in a better place free of pain and suffering. I know that her spirit will live on around and through those she loved.
Rest in peace my dear friend..