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Evett Knox

July 10, 1967 March 4, 2009
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Evett Knox (BlueGill) Milford, Ohio July 10th 1967 - March 4th 2009 Evett Cardeman was born in Chicago IL, to Frederick and Evelyn Cardeman Jr. On July 10th 1967, and passed away as Evett Knox on March 4th 2009 in Milford, OH. Evett was a free spirit with the gift to touch peoples lives and make a difference. Always gathering knowledge from books and people around her, Evett cared for all living creatures equally. She met her love and future husband, Kenneth Earl Knox (lovingly known as Catfish), at his workplace giving him coffee and a donut. From that point, her life and heart opened wide as they joined in holy matrimony April 5th 1994. In addition to being a loving wife, a devoted sister, a loving mother, and grandmother whose spirit of strength and support will be greatly missed by each and every living being she touched. Evett is survived by three children, her son Brandon J. Begley and wife Victoria housed in Hawaii, and currently stationed in Iraq through the United States branch of the Army, her daughter Candace, and her son Samual. Her Grandmother Lodema Boaz. Her grandchildren Isabella and Malia Begley, Her four siblings, Rhonda Creech of Hamilton, OH, Frederick Cardeman III of Milford, OH, Kelly Cardeman of London, KY, and Derek Cardeman and wife Angela of Hamilton, OH, and a host of nieces, nephews, relatives, and friends. The cremation was completed March 13th 2009. The small memorial service was held on Saturday March 14th at 1:00pm at the home of Rhonda Creech in Hamilton, OH, and was attended by relatives and close friends. A Parents Question To anyone who�s traveling the sky, We�ve lost an angel and don�t know why, If you see her, please stop her and ask her to explain, Our hearts are so broken and filled with such pain, Grab her wings and hold her tight, Just until he mom and dad can someday take flight, We love you beyond time, Mom and Dad Essence of Life �To Every Nation� Love is the supreme essence of life, without it there can be no peace. I have learned that through love, I can acchieve peace. I am not a popular man, by no means am I good. To say that is to say that I am GOD, and that is wrong.I am not a man of many words,but this is what my heart has to say. LOVE! how can there be life if there is no love. Do as GOD would have you do, Love not only your neighbors, but yourself. Hear me my brothers and sisters, Do not be a bearer of hate, for your death shall be without peace. Love your enemies, as you would love your friends. Do good and live your life humbly, and you shall be blessed. May the Lord be with you. Thank you for your love and commitment Your Son and Soldier, Brandon �Peace and prosperity, for all generations� SPC Brandon J. Begley (United States Army) A Note from a Sister Evett was the most caring loving sister a girl could ever ask for. When she loved you, she would do anything for you. She had a big heart and would never let you down. She met the love of her life and he made her so happy. When she met Kenny the sky in the heavens and the seas on the earth opened and filled her heart with an undying love. She had a love for her animals, and when she was happy her smile would light up whatever room she would enter. When she would laugh, it would make you laugh too. I remember, she would tell you a funny story and she would not get the whole story out because she would laugh so hard she would make you laugh. I wanted to do my sister justice in words she done me in life. We were close and she only wanted me to be happy and I hope and pray she knows all the good memories of her are my happiness and I would not trade one minute of our life for anything. She would do things and when you would think she couldn�t do anything to surprise you, she would. Her loyalty could not be matched by anyone. If you were down, she would pick you up and make you feel better. Her loving Sister, Kelly. Goodnight for Now I�ve officially decided there is no correct way to start this. There�s so much to say and so much I haven�t said that there�s no starting point. I could start with the way she loved and cared for animals, calling them her �little spirits�, and how she took them in no matter what the problem. The way she cared for everyone, the way she danced, sang, or smiled. I could say how she was always willing to give advise, or listen no matter what you say or do. How she understood without asking or how much she loved, or how she radiated with kindness. I suppose, I could say how much she loved everyone and everything, how her arms were always open or how knowledgeable she was, but the thing I most wanted to say is how much I love her (even though I will never find the words to properly express it.) And how we will always remember her and how much she cared. I guess you never know how much you love someone �till their gone. Whoever made that saying must have gone through the same thing, that person must have been a genius. I know I wouldn�t like to be cried over. So she probably wouldn�t like it either, but I found myself crying while writing this. No goodbye because she�ll never be gone, but goodnight, see you down the line. Goodnight. Goodnight Evett, Sydney �An Angel with wings noone else can see but me� Fly with the angels, Touch all the lands, Walk among the beloved trees, To make your last stand. View all the deserts, Smell all the flowers, Take all the sights and sounds, In these beloved hours, Soar to your mountains, Cross rivers wide, Forget about the past, You no longer need to hide, tormented by life�s history, With a soul large as life, You cared for all creatures, You were a loving wife, Grow your hair long, And wear all your whiles, Wait for your Catfish there, With your hypnotic smile. You were the angel with wings noone else could see, You blessed the life of everyone, Especially me. I love you Evett, the world will be different without you. Your future sister-in-law, Tara

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