David Joseph Evans, age 56, son of Jack Evans and Mary Widman, was born on October 2, 1963 in Omaha, Nebraska. David passed away on May 13, 2020 in Omaha.
He is preceded in death by his father, Jack Evans; brothers, Bobby and John Evans. David is survived and will be missed by his loving wife, Robin; mother, Mary Widman; daughter, Shannon (Shawn) Suhr; stepsons: Dalton Poppino, Dayton Poppino, and Ronald Poppino; grandson, Whitley Suhr; granddaughter, Zurayna Poppino; many aunts, uncles, cousins, other family and friends.
An open viewing/visitation will be held from 9:00 A.M. - 7:00 P.M., Wednesday, May 20, 2020 at Forest Lawn Funeral Home. Private family graveside service.
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Dave was more than just a great friend for me. He showed me how to live a different way! When I thought all hope was lost and I had to restart my life not knowing many people he was the first one to reach out. I'm still alive and still living that way of life and he took my hand and showed me the way. He put in countless service hours and was well know in the community I met him in. I am happily married today and have a son of my own and I know that he was apart of me being able to accomplish that.
I wish I had been closer. I wish I could have said goodbye. I may think it was too soon for him but God had bigger plans for Dave and his work on Earth was complete.
Dave had a huge heart and was always there for everyone.
Not a day will go by that I won't miss him. I pray for his beautiful loving and amazing wife Robin he couldn't have found a better soul mate.
I love you Dave and miss you! Thank you for being apart of my new way of life and in my daily recovery! Until we meet again RIP❤❤
I will never forget the first time I met you. All the great memories we shared the last 10 years will be remembered. I loved your smile and your hugs and you were always laughing and joking around. I am grateful that you were in our lives and got to watch Whitley grow and be there for him the last 3 years. I know you were very grateful for my adoptive family for raising me. I will forever miss you and calling you and coming to see you and your visits down here. I know you were ready to go and it was your time. I know you are no longer in pain and you are not suffering anymore. I know that you are with your brothers and you are all having a great time together. Rest in Peace and in Heaven and we will meet again. Love you David Dad!!
We miss you and love you. You always was smiling and giving us big, bear hugs.
My dad was friends with all the Leonard's and the widmans and didn't hang out ever as adults but did a lot as kids on 65th st we were both working lawns years ago ran into him a lot he was always respectable and a great guy! RIP Dave
David we have butted heads a lot but it was always out of love and because we had a lot in common. Moms house won’t be the same without. I know Hohn, Bobby, and everyone else we have up there was ready to greet you with open arms and warm hearts
Growing up with David, Johnny, and Bobby was great, fishing, laughing, now all three brothers are fishing with their dad Jack, you maybe gone , your spirit will live on, you maybe gone but will never be forgotten,
May God’ provide you with peace and strength during this difficult time. Psalm 29:11
What I loved about Dave was how innocent he was. He had such a pure outlook about life. He will be missed. Take care my friend..I love you.
Sorry for your loss Robin. I didn't know David but all your posts showed how good you guys were together and he loved those grandkids! Take care !
David I love you so much. Life will not be the same without
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