Saturday, January 22, 2011


At 12:45am January 22, 2011, Evan Jade Mattingly lost his battle with cancer. He has returned home to the arms of his Heavenly Father.

God be with you till we meet again my love.


SunbeamTees said...

Sending our love to you, your family and all who loves Evan. May the Holy Ghost be with you in His mission as Comforter, now and always.

James Hofheins

CNG Utah said...

I'm so sorry. I have fond memories of working with Evan all over the world with Delta. He will be missed by many.

Kevin Frazier

Julie said...

I am so very sorry to hear this news about Evan. Your family has been and will continue to be in my prayers. It is difficult to understand why someone has to go at such a young age with so much life ahead. May you find comfort and peace in the knowledge that you can be together again and Evan is preparing the way for you to join him.

Julie Jones

Anonymous said...

Julie & family, such sad news. Sincere condolences he was a good man and will be missed by family, friends and colleagues.
Chris A.

Brian said...

Julie and family,
I'm very sorry to hear of Evans passing, but grateful to know he is no longer suffering.

He was a good friend and I really enjoyed riding with him, he made it a lot of fun.

Evan will be missed by all who knew him. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers

(RT Riders)

Anonymous said...

I am so sorry. It doesn't seem real. Evan will be greatly missed. He was a wonderful person to work with.

You family has been and will continue to be in our family prayers.

Kathy Edwards

Maria said...

I' m so sorry to hear this news about Evan, my heart sank when the guys at DT told me. I have great fond memories of Evan of when we worked together. My thoughts and prayers are with your family.
Maria Cerecero

Guia Lilly said...

Dear Julie & family,
I'm so sorry for your loss. Evan was a dear friend and co-worker. I admire his strength, courage and positive attitude. Evan fought a valiant battle and was an inspiration to many. I feel so blessed to have known him. I wish you peace and comfort as you go through this difficult time.
Love to you all,
Guia Lilly

Terri said...

Sadness and tears for us left behind ... Happiness and cheers for those he was reunited with yesterday. "We are not Human beings having spiritual experiences but Spiritual Beings have human experiences". Julie may you and your extended family have an extra measure of peace and comfort at this time ... we loved Evan for his kindess, humor and sweetness ... may we all keep those wonderful memories close to our hearts.

Anonymous said...

I cried to hear that my great friend was gone. I know he is so much better but I loved working with him. His kindness and humor were made work so much fun. Julie may Heavenly Father be with you always. My prayers are for you to be blessed with comfort from the Holy Spitit.

Kristine Truscott

Courtney said...

I was a coworker of Evan's and he was an amazing, funny, kind hearted, genuine man. My prayers are with your family.

Evie Gerontis said...

Sending you all my deepest condolences and heartfelt prayers. What a blessing to have met Evan and to have been a witness to his amazing strength, grace, spirit and love. He will be greatly missed by all who came in contact with him....but all of us were touched in some way or another....we all learned to live with a little more passion, to love with a little more heart and to find grace in all the passing moments of life....

Deb said...

Dear Julie and family,

I am so very sorry for your pain and loss; I have been praying for the comfort of the Holy Spirit to be with you all. Evan was compassionate, kind, and patient in all our work interactions. He showed tremendous faith and courage over the last few months, as he communicated his acceptance of whatever would happen. My 30 year old son, Gary, passed away a little over a month ago. I have prayed that he might experience the great blessing of meeting Evan . . . such a great man.

Deb Sonntag

Anonymous said...

Julie and Family, I am so very sorry to hear of your loss. I was also a co-worker of Evans and always found him to be a wonderful, caring person who adored his family and loved his life. I hope you find peace and comfort in the coming days. Please let us know when services are planned for Evan.

Tina Kling

Anonymous said...

Julie and family, I am so sorry. Evan will be missed by so many. He was a pillar of strength to so many. Our prayers are with you.

Anonymous said...

I am sadden to hear that Evan has left us. I was only able to work with him a short time, but that is all that it took to feel like you had been friends for a long time. He will be missed. I pray that your family will feel some comfort at this time, I know how hard it is to loss someone so dear to you. My prayers and thoughts are with you and your family at this time.
Annette Giles

Scrap Annie said...

I am so very sorry for you and your family. I know Evan fought with all he had to stay with you. I am not sure you would remember me, Evan would. I grew up right across the street from him until we were 12, then my family moved to Sandy. We stayed in touch even while he was on his mission and I was a nanny. He was always like a brother to me and we palled and played almost inseparably when we were small. I’ll never forget how excited he was the day he was to propose to you, and would not tell me anything about it, because you were to be the first to know what he had planned for you. After all you were the most important thing in his life, and still are. He wanted to make sure that you were first in his life, and that’s how it was and should always be. He is making another beautiful home for you in heaven, and preaching the gospel as only he can. I am so sorry I was not around to help you and your children, but I would love to be any help to you I can at any time you need me. I dearly love your sweet husband.

All my prayers.
Annie Wardle