Evan Stewart Todd
December 19, 1993 ~ June 14, 2015
Bentonville, Arkansas
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away Sunday, June 14, 2015 in Bentonville.  He was born December 19,
1993 in Charlotte, NC to Stu and Susan Todd.

A 2012  Bentonville High School graduate,  he was a member of the
Bentonville A Cappella Choir and was voted Most Outstanding Senior by
his peers.  Evan was also a member of the BHS Tennis Team. He was
currently attending the University of Arkansas at Ft. Smith.

Evan was a member of Fellowship Bible Church.  He had a passion for
music; he enjoyed singing and playing the guitar.  He had a heart for others,
and was involved in leading worship at The Landing.  He participated in
several national and international mission trips.

He was preceded in death by his paternal grandparents, Charles James
Todd and Mary Jane Stewart Todd; and maternal grandfather, Robert O’

Evan is survived by his parents, Stu and Susan Todd; two brothers,
Andrew Todd of Bella Vista and Sam Todd of Bentonville; grandmother
Sue O’Brien of Murfreesboro, TN; and many dear friends.

A visitation will be held from 6-8pm, Wednesday, June 17, 2015 at
Fellowship Bible Church in the Training Center.

Funeral services will be held at 11am, Thursday, June 18, 2015 at
Fellowship Bible Church in the main sanctuary, 1051 W. Pleasant Grove
Rd, Rogers, AR 72758 with Pastors Robert Cupp and Bart Sego

The family will have a private burial service.

Memorials may be made to the Arkansas Crisis Center www.arcrisis.org.

Dear Stu and Susan,
We are so sorry to hear the tragic news of Evan's passing. Our hearts are
broken for all of you. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.
Barry and Maryalice Haest

We are so sorry to hear of Evan's passing. You will be in our thoughts and
Tony and Beth Colbert

Evan was introduced to our family when he took our daughter, Pressly to
prom. We immediately were drawn to his sweet shy, nature, Hollywood
smile and good old southern manners. The world was blessed to have had
his kind, loving soul.
Deepest sympathies, The Burckart Family
Bill, Shannon, Pressly and John

Stu, Susan and family,
Our deepest sadness during this time.   Evan was a wonderful young man
and we enjoyed the times we spent with him.  We cannot imagine what
you're going thru and will keep you very close in our prayers.  You have so
much to be proud of with Evan and know you will honor him forever.  
Sincerely our love and thoughts,
Stephen and Melissa Holman

We were deeply saddened to hear about Evan's passing.  Praying for peace
and comfort for your entire family in these difficult days ahead.
With Love,
Melissa and Dale Remerscheid