Evan Emerson Spencer

evan spencer
Enfield -- Evan Emerson Spencer, infant son of Marc Edward and Megan Elizabeth (Murphy) Spencer of Enfield, passed away Monday June 27, at St Francis Hospital. He was born April 4, 2005 in Hartford. Besides his parents he is survived by his paternal grandparents, James and Judith Spencer of Meriden, his maternal grandparents, Paul and Cheryle Pavlakis of Enfield , and his great grandparents, Irene Pavlakis of Enfield and Caroline Morse of Enfield. Evan is #1 in the hearts of all he touched. All of our hearts, "awdatime" forever and ever, Amen. A funeral service will be held Saturday, July 2, at 10 a.m. at the First United Methodist Chuch, 159 East Main St., Meriden. Burial at Mt. St. Benedict Cemtery in Bloomfield will be private. Friends may call at the Beecher & Bennett -Flatow Funeral Home, 48 Cook Ave., Meriden on Friday, July 1 from 5 to 8 p.m. Contributions in Evan's memory may be made to Better Beginnings. c/o Dr. Hema De Silva. St. Francis Hospital N I C U. 114 Woodward St., Hartford, CT 06105.

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  1. Evan, Although, we never had the priveledge of meeting you and enjoying your sense of humor, we feel as tho we shared your journey through life, through the eyes of Grandma and Grandpa Spencer. You are a very special boy, and we know there are many lives which are better today because you touched them. Godspeed!

  2. Evan, you are a special angel sent from above and sent to spread love. You sure have done a magnificient job. We love you .lots and lots of parking lots.. Gramma & Grampa Spencer

  3. Marc and Megan – I can not really find the words to tell you how sorry I am for the loss of Evan. I touched base everyday to see how he was doing and it always touched my heart deeply. I know that there is no greater love then the love you have for your children. May you know that my thoughts and prayer continue to be with you. If there is anything I can ever do please feel free to drop me a line. God bless and thank you for reminding us of how precious life truly is.

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