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Eva Arlene Quevli
June 27, 1928 ~ January 4, 2024 (age 95) 95 Years Old
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With heartfelt sorrow, we announce the passing of Eva Quevli, at the age of 95, from Clayton, CA, who entered into eternal rest with the Lord in heaven on January 4, 2024. A devoted servant of the Lord throughout her life, Eva was born on June 27, 1928, in the Township of Buckeye, Kansas. She was a proud alumna of Sherman Community High School in Goodland, Kansas, and earned an Associate's degree in Home Economics from Colorado Woman’s College. Later Eva attained a Medical Assistant's Certificate, subsequently serving for 16 years alongside Dr. Ritzman in Wheatridge, Colorado.
Eva's life was beautifully intertwined with that of Vern Quevli, whom she married on September 11, 1976. Their union, spanning 48 years, was a testament to enduring love and companionship.
Above all, Eva was an extraordinary homemaker and mother, whose unwavering love and nurturing spirit touched the lives of her five children, each of whom cherished the belief of being her favorite. Her maternal grace extended to Vern’s three children and countless others who saw in her a second mother.
Eva's home was a beacon of hospitality, always open to friends, family, and strangers alike. Whether for a brief visit, a shared meal, or a weeklong stay, she welcomed all with open arms and a warm meal. Her culinary skills, particularly in baking, were a source of joy and comfort to many.
Creativity flowed through Eva's veins, evident in her love for decorating, particularly during Christmas, and in her thoughtful gift-giving and meticulous wrapping. In her later years, she found a new passion in cardmaking, dedicating hours to crafting beautiful cards for holidays, birthdays, and special occasions, which she lovingly sent to her dear ones.
Eva's legacy of kindness, generosity, and love has left an indelible mark on her family, friends, and all who had the fortune of knowing her. Her spirit will continue to inspire and guide us, even as we mourn her loss.
Eva's cherished memory lives on through her beloved family. She is survived by her children: Craig Shimeall, Steve and Linda Shimeall, Susan and Martin Burkhardt, Jana and Michael Thompson, Chris and John McPhaul, Kari Quevli, and Mark and Bethany Quevli. Her legacy extends to her adored grandchildren: Derek, Carrie, Ryan, Jameson, Devin, Nathan, Daniel, Melissa, Jackie, Katie, Lili, Stone, and Jayda. Eva's love and enduring spirit will also be carried forward by her many great-grandchildren, each a testament to her enduring love and influence.
As we bid farewell, we hold close the joy and warmth she brought into our lives.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Samaritan’s Purse