Michels & Lundquist Funeral Home
Evan Robert Cesarek, 39, passed away on September 7th, 2016. He is survived by parents, Bob and Wendy Cesarek, and son, Jordan Cesarek. Arrangements by Michels & Lundquist.
June 25, 1995
February 25, 1985
February 25, 1981
June 25, 1992
Barbara (and Bob) Sibo posted on 9/18/16
Dear Wendy ... I am so sorry for your loss. Jane Waid McBee left a message for me and gave me the information about your son. Please except my condolences to you and your family. Love, Barbara
bob cesarek posted on 9/15/16
Thank you all so very much for the kind words and your memories of Evan.
Evan will be in our hearts forever and we cannot thank each of you so much for your support in this most difficult and surreal time in our life.
God Bless you all!
Forever and ever Bob, Wendy and Jordan
Fran Williams posted on 9/14/16
Reflect upon Evan's smile, reflect upon all the great memories, and reflect that God has another plan for him now. My thoughts and prayers are with you both.
Ginny Robertson posted on 9/14/16
Dear Bob , Wendy, and Jordan, I was so sorry to hear of Evan's passing. I don't have a lot of memories of Evan but the ones I do have are such good ones. May you find comfort in each other and in the fact that he will live on through Jordan.
Isaac Day posted on 9/12/16
In loving memory of Eric class of 1995
Helena Frissina-Kindinis posted on 9/12/16
Dear Bob and Wendy,
My deepest condolences go out to you both. Myself and both my brother Pete Frissina and father Jack knew Evan very well. He's in God's hands now. We now have to celebrate Evans life. Both the good and the bad. He had so much respect for my father Jack. He will be deeply missed. RIP Evan Cesarek.......may your memory be eternal.
Kristine Brown posted on 9/12/16
I have many happy memories with Evan growing up. When we were little, we used to love playing with Katie and all her kittens in the front yard of our houses in Tarpon Springs. He was an honorary member of my Crossbow Lane bicycle club in the 1980's! Evan loved "Alf" more than anyone else I have ever known. While we were waiting for our dinner, I enjoyed playing video games with him at our weekly Wednesday visits to ABC Pizza. He always called me and Michelle the big sisters he never had and I called him "little bro." So, "little bro" you will be missed. My thoughts and prayers are with you all - Bob, Wendy, and Jordan. May Evan RIP. With deepest sympathy, Kristeen
Alex Vaporis posted on 9/11/16
May his memory be eternal!
Tom and Teri Arduini posted on 9/11/16
Dear Wendy, Bob & Jordan, We were not fortunate enough to have a deep relationship with Evan, but our memory of him is one of a strong, charismatic, handsome young man . Although his time on the earth was limited he left precious memories and the most tangible gift of all--Jordan. Our hearts and all positive thoughts are with you as you go forward. We are here. Always...love, Tom & Teri Arduini
Jami Hinton posted on 9/11/16
Dave Reth posted on 9/11/16
Dear Bob and Wendy,
I can't begin to express how sorry I am to hear about Evan. He will for ever be a part of not only my childhood, but all of us that group together. He was always one to keep us all laughing. I often speak of the time when Bob Coached our baseball team on the Royals. I don't think we won many games, but we had a blast. Evan was the first friend I made when I moved to Florida back in October of 86. being the new kid in Mr. Car's class he made the transition much easier for me. Please feel free to reach out if there is anything I can do to help. Sending you love and prayers during this difficult time.
Penny Naja posted on 9/11/16
Bob and Family, We are so sorry for your loss. Sincerely, the Naja's and Whitcomb's
Mella Giannone posted on 9/9/16
Dear Bob, Wendy and Jordan,
Our love and deepest heartfelt sympathy to all of you at this sad time. We pray that God will fill you with a deep sense of His peace and grace. That He would surround you with His love, hope and give you strength to carry on. God be their light on their darkest days, their friend when they are lonely and their joy when their hearts hurt. We love you all and are here for you! RIP Evan
Love, Aunt Mella and Hunter
Shirley & Don Gorence posted on 9/9/16
Deb and Families We are so sorry to hear of Evans death--so young!!
I hadn't seen him in years but Lois always kept me in touch. Maybe the two of them will get together in heaven!! God bless them !!
Marie Cesarek Wendle posted on 9/9/16
Evan Robert - ER - will be in my heart forever. He and I had a special bond. I loved him unconditionally. There are so many memories of him from baby - being this adorable blue eyed, blond precocious little boy - coming down the stairs saying - "watch out for the cactus" at the bottom of his stairs. Or always trying to entertain us as he would act as "Ercle" pulling his pants up, imitating his voice. He loved his May May dog, I got him his first kitten. He always loved his family and was happy being with us at family get togethers. He was and always will be one of our kids. He will always be with us in our hearts as we continue to remember the good times with him. While his life was cut too short - he lived life to the fullest, a great son, grandson, nephew, cousin and father who gave us his greatest gift - a son JR - whom we all will watch grow and love as his Dad did all of us. Be at peace ER we will always remember you and see you again one day in heaven.
Kim Garofalo posted on 9/9/16
Dear Bob, Wendy & Jordan,
At this difficult time, we pray that God will grant you the serenity and peace that you need to get through this. Our Hearts and prayers go out to you.
Love, Pete, Kim & Nick
Diane Kienzle posted on 9/9/16
Some of my cherished memories of Evan would be our wonderful Holidays together especially Christmas Eve as we would would always have a great evening together, sharing fun stories and reading " The night before Christmas".
Evan also helped us move to our new home in Hudson and we appreciated the wonderful job he did painting several rooms in our house...
Bob, Wendy,and Jordan
My thoughts & prayers are with you at this difficult time.
You have my love and deepest sympathy....
Love and Hugs,
Mike Kienzle posted on 9/9/16
My most cherished memory of Evan is the great times that we had at the Outback Jan 1st Football games. Chuck Carl would bring his famous Beefy Roll Ups, Bob would bring his famous Cucumber Sandwiches, and I had the Beer & Cheese. Evan enjoyed all the food and had a great time at the Tail Gate Parties.
He always asked me to LAUGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH !!! He thought that was so funny! He always enjoyed those special times that I will never ever forget.
At the end of the Day he would say " I hope we are coming back next year"
" I'll bring the football"
Bob & Wendy . There are more great memories that we shared together as we were neighbors in Tarpon Springs. Our families did a lot together that will always be remembered. Evan's memories will be cherished forever and he will be missed
May He Rest in Peace! Love, Bubba Mike
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