Mr. Jonathan Mark EVANS
March 26, 1980 – January 27, 2020
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Mr. Jonathan Mark EVANS
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March 26, 2020
Auntie Viv & l are thinking of you on your 40th birthday.
It was so good that you came back with your Dearest Mum to see Nannie for the last time
You have left us much too soon.
You will always be in our thoughts.
Love always Uncle John & Auntie Viv xxxx
Katherine Harding (Day)
March 26, 2020
Still can’t believe you have left us.
Thinking about you especially today, your birthday.
Gentle sweet soul.....so many happy memories of spending time with you, Christopher and Adrian.
Summer holidays with our Canadian cousins....you, Christopher, Jason and Matt wearing Mum’s lawn out playing tennis....Adrian and Georgie hanging out with each other.....me trying to keep you all under control!!
Your visit last year to us with your Mum.....so much has happened since then.
We love you so much and we will miss you so much.......Katherine xxxx
Toni and Scott Anthony
March 24, 2020
We’ve known you since birth and made so many memories. Gone too soon. RIP
March 17, 2020
I want you to know that your the best friend a guy could have, your a loyal generous kind polite man.
Also a good basketball, tennis player, golfer, hiker, bike rider, worker, and mechanic.
I’m so grateful for the time we spent together and appreciate everything you’ve done for me your my best friend, I will carry your great spirit with me wherever I go.
Thank you for everything love you man,
March 6, 2020
The thing I'll remember most about Jon is his "vandal's smile."
This description was stolen from a lyric, but it's the only way I can describe it. He would always break it out if he was stirring the proverbial soup in conversation, or when he was up to no good to create a rise out of someone.
It's something that is distinctly Jon, and something I will always remember him by.
Miss you amigo,
March 2, 2020
My dearest Jon,
As I sit here to write a letter to say my goodbyes, I start to think of all our fond memories over the years. Your zest for life, contagious laugh and love of sport is something I've always admired.
The support you gave me when I went through knee surgery, how you've been a rock as I've traversed my career providing insight from your experiences.
The respect you gave other people was second to none, I think that was by far my most favorite attribute. You made others want to be a better person.
I appreciate you and our experiences together. You will be missed greatly but I know now you are smiling down on us in a happier place.
Lots of love,
February 27, 2020
Typical John, flirting with a Bridesmaid at my wedding. A real ladies man.
I am heartbroken that you have left so soon. Although I have endless fond memories of the times we spent together, I wanted more. Life wont quite be the same without you.
Love you always, Craig
February 25, 2020
Not a day has gone by without thinking of you. Over the past 3 decades we shared so many adventures together you have given me a lifetime of memories. We got to be dumb and outrageous together in our teens, to the years spent at BCIT and starting our careers to living out those dreams as young adults. You were always a kind and loving person that showed this to everyone you met which I continually admired and learned from. Our too many rounds to count at the Glenn will never be forgotten. Picking up the clubs and hitting the links will never be the same.
You have left us way to soon; I hope and pray I will see you again. Until next time brother, I love you.
February 16, 2020
May your heavenly life be full of comfort and love. Let your spirit soar with the angels.
I will always treasure our chats keeping me on the right financial path so creating a special place for you in my heart never to be forgotten.
Gone too soon. Miss you.
February 15, 2020
I am grateful to have known you. For as long as I can remember you have always been a kind person and a good friend. You never made people feel they weren’t included and you put others needs in front of your own. You had an amazing natural ability to swing the tennis racket and the golf club. I will always remember and appreciate the times spent trying to return one of your serves or beat you on the golf course. Neither of which I could do very well. Your generosity was far greater than what was expected of you and it never went unnoticed.
I will think of you any time a Grand Slam is on or anytime I pick up a golf club. You were a good friend, competitor, brother and son. You will be forever loved and missed by all the people who knew you.
Love and miss you,
February 14, 2020
Jonathan I miss you so much, you will be deeply missed and never forgotten. We shared a lot of great times together, I always looked up to you and still will. You accomplished so much in such a short time and had so much more to offer. Love you always brother!