Paul Evaskevich Obituary, Evergreen Park Longtime Local Resident Has Died

Paul Evaskevich Obituary, Death- Evergreen Park We regret to inform you of the demise of Paul Evaskevich, a beloved member of our community. Paul passed away this week, leaving behind a legacy of undying affection for and commitment to our cherished hometown.

Paul Evaskevich, who was born was an invaluable member of our society; he touched the lives of everyone who had the good fortune to cross his path. He had lived in Evergreen Park for many years and had a significant impact on its character. Paul was more than a neighbor; he was a staunch supporter of our community. His dedication to bettering Evergreen Park was strong, and his impact was significant.

The Evaskevich family has forever etched their commitment to our city into our collective consciousness. Their commitment to the residents of Evergreen Park and the development of the community is evidence of their deep affection for the area. The people Paul helped will always carry his legacy with them. Everyone who had the pleasure of knowing him will miss his kind grin, helpful nature, and sense of camaraderie.

Our hearts go out to the Evaskevich family during this difficult time; they have lost a cherished member as well as a staunch supporter of Evergreen Park. Our hearts go out to you at this time of loss. Paul Evaskevich, you have earned your rest. Your memories will live on and your contributions to Evergreen Park’s rich tapestry will be indelible. We may move on, but our hearts will always be with you.

Paul’s life will be commemorated at a memorial service. The family would prefer memorial contributions be made in Paul’s name to a charity of your choosing rather than receiving flowers. I pray that his family may find solace in the happy memories they shared with him and that his soul will rest in peace.

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