May 28, 1988 - November 18, 2017
Thursday, December 07, 2017 2:48 PM
The best memories I have with Evan and everyone at the lake is the summer days and nights. I loved having a group to create beautiful memories with and I will always cherish our times together. The best was playing games such as red rover and catch the flag. He was the fast one!
Shauna Judd (Reiss) (Canton/Woodstock, CT)
Monday, December 04, 2017 1:37 PM
Sorry for your loss. RIP, Evan.
John Smith (Cary, NJ)
Wednesday, November 29, 2017 9:46 AM
I was friends with Evan through high school and grew up in Woodstock also, i remember how funny he was, he was the life of the party and always talked about traveling. i am glad he did get to enjoy some of the wonderful things in life. The last time i talked to evan he was bragging about his two nephews who he obviously loved very muvh...:) he will be missed, my condolences to the family.
Taylor Merrow (everett, MA)
Tuesday, November 28, 2017 6:53 PM
My sincere condolences to the family and friends of Evan O’Shaughnessy.words cannot express or erase the pain of loosing your loved one.( 2 Corinthians 1:3,4 speaks of God as “ The God of all comfort who comforts us in all our trials,” He promises that the grief that we experience now will be gone forever, it will not be called to mind,nor will they come up into the heart.” ( Isaiah 65:17) This means sickness,suffering,pain ,death will be gone forever ( Revelation 21:3,4) How thrilled we all will be when we all gain grand promise to live forever in a paradise earth. May you all find comfort in the precious memories of your dearly beloved Evan and know that one day soon we all will see the ones we loss in death again.
L M (West Hempstead, NY)
Tuesday, November 28, 2017 3:13 PM
There are so many memories of Evan, its hard to narrow it down to a favorite. I guess the one that is most vivid in my mind is from many, many years ago. Evan was around 5 or 6 years old, our families went together on a ski vacation to New Hampshire. I had never seen Evan ski before. Well, let's just say that I aged 10 years that weekend, watching this little spitfire ski without poles, seeking every mogul he could find and attacking it with gusto. He would crouch and swing his arms, just trying to squeeze every bit of adventure that he could out of every run. He lived his life in later years in the same way. I will miss him dearly but I know that Evan's spirit lives on with the same exuberance . God Bless Evan, have fun my friend!