Devon Christina Rideout
May 3, 1994 – July 20, 2018
Devon Christina Rideout was born on May 3, 1994 and passed away on July 20, 2018.
- Celebration of Life Sunday, August 5, 2018
Devon Christina Rideout
February 21, 2019
We met in Corps School and I heard about your passing on my deployment overseas, we were going to meet up when I got back since we hadn't seen each other in years, I remember how goofy you were and that smile you always had, you will be missed Rideout RIP
February 19, 2019
I want to correct my earlier post about Devon having a son. She did not have a son but just spent alot of time with her friend's son. I was given false information and I apologize for that. All the other things that I said however are true. RIP sweet Devon.
November 13, 2018
Devon, I just found out about you and your Dad today and I was so shocked to hear that you were taken at such a young age. More shocked and devastated to learn that you left a young son behind and that your Dad has just followed you . I know he didn't want to live without you in this world so he probably gave up just he could be with you again. The world is not the same without you in it.
Stephanie Christina Venegas
August 12, 2018
My sweet precious Devon I’m still in disbelief. Thank you for always being kind to me even though you only heard bad things about me from our family. You were a kind soul and our whole entire family will never be the same without you. My cousin who seemed more like a niece with the sweet face that looked like Nana and your smile that reminded me of auntie Leslie. Please tell Grandad, aunt Carolyn and Nana that I love and miss them. Please keep an eye on Daphne and give her lots of belly rubs and tell her that she remains my everything. I will miss you and your cute little nose that I loved so much. I will miss your random text messages and on every holiday. I bet you didn’t even know that my heart skipped a beat when I received a text from you or invite to dinner. You made me happy cause you were my family. Thank you Devon for making me feel like I belonged. I loved you from the moment I first saw you with your puffy hair at those apartments near Arden in Sacramento. I was with my twin brother Stephen and you ran right past me into his arms. You were only two and I still have that picture of you from that day. Even though I didn’t get to see your first apartment or the honor of seeing you marry and have babies and live a long life I know that I will see you again. I know you are in a place with no evil or harm that will come your way. I’m sorry Devon and I’m angry about losing you. But I am happy that you were able to live a happy fun and fulfilling life. I will always be proud of you Dev. I will always brag about you because you were one amazing person and you were my flesh and blood. Everyone considered you their best friend, that says a lot about who you were. You made an effort to be in peoples lives and believe me we all were blessed to have you. I regret not being able to bond with you closer but I hope you knew that I loved you deeply. You will forever remain in my heart and thoughts
your cousin Stephanie
August 11, 2018
From the very time i met you at the clinic you were such a sweetheart to me, and when i brought Eli to the clinic you were just as sweet and kind. He loved you and took to you so fast. Devon your kind, loving soul will be greatly missed. May you rest in peace beautiful angel. <3
Elaine Hill Hill
August 6, 2018
Although I did not know Devon I feel as though I did. She certainly seemed like a wonderful person who was just living her life to the fullest..
I’m very sorry for your loss.
Peace & Blessings
August 3, 2018
I haven’t spoken to Devon since high school, but she always lit up a room whether it be avid or English. She touched my heart the minute I met her and it was always nice to see her smiling face on Instagram. She will be forever missed and loved. ❤️
August 1, 2018
I feel as though I am the blessed one to have been graced by Devon’s big heart & her inviting personality. It is truly the mark of wonderful parents. Every bit of my heart goes out to you during this most difficult time.
I met Devon when I would visit my son Devan in Virginia when she & he were roommates in Portsmouth. I would call her Girl Devon as they both would answer when I called the name. I remember her smile & how happy she was.
I thank her for being a friend to my son. I know that my son will miss her.
Shonita Mueller (Mother of Devan Franczek)