Danielle Elizabeth Evers, 26, of Avondale passed away February 7, 2012 in Goodyear. Danielle was born November 13, 1985 in Mesa to John & Diana Evers.
Danielle was one of the nicest people you could ever meet. From her earlier years of winning a Miss Congeniality award up until her last days, this aspect of her never faltered. She had a deep concern and empathy for other people and was extremely non-judgmental. She was full of love and in fact, one of the mottos she lived by in life was, "Peace and Love". She loved to laugh, loved to smile and loved to live life to its fullest. She has been described by many as a free-spirit, and that she was.
Her inner beauty shined through as a young child and also as a beautiful woman. She made so many friends who loved her dearly because they could see this inner beauty inside of her and because she was so kind to everyone. She was also extremely kind to animals and loved them very much, from furry to slimy, she just loved critters! She had spoke often of wanting to work with animals in some sort of veterinary practice and she had many aspirations such as this for her life. She loved to read and was also a great fan of supernatural novels, movies, T.V. shows and the like.
Her biggest passion by far though, was a passion for music. She had a voice like an angel and I can still hear her singing on a choir stage in elementary school, "There’s a bluebird singing in a meadow..." And she was that bluebird, with such a beautiful voice. She had such a great talent, singing, and we'll all remember her singing in our hearts. She could also dance like no other and loved feeling the beat and the rhythm of the music and just dancing her heart out.
She loved so much, as was said, she lived by the motto of, "Peace and Love", but she truly did love so many things in life and so many people. There is no love, however, that can compare to the love that she had for her 5-year-old son, Vince. Vince will know through memories, pictures and stories, just how much his mother loved him, as he was her entire world.
She will be missed tremendously by her family: her parents, John and Diana, her two sisters, Crista and Scarlet, her grand-parents John and Lyda, her uncles, Gary, Danny, David and Sean and of course, by her son Vincent.
“And of all God’s wondrous creations, Danielle, you are the most beautiful by far, the shooting star”
A Memorial Service will be held Wednesday, February 15, from 2:00pm-4:00pm at Avenidas Funeral Chapel in Avondale.
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