Trouble is, you think you have time
Noah Evermann was an extraordinary man. He was righteous, honorable, and honest to the highest degree.
During the 48th Baja 500 off-road race, he passed away in the Baja desert doing what he loved. Adventure.
Noah lived for what was right. Most, likely knew him as a reserved individual in most cases yet, willing to step in at a moments notice to ensure that righteousness was the common goal for all.
During his life, he lived freely. Nothing ever stopped him from doing exactly what he wanted and he always carried himself as an individual unique of a world needing to fit in.
I can unequivocally say that Noah was the best man I knew. He combined a carpe diem attitude with faithfulness to his family (at home and abroad) and an untarnished professionalism at work. Everything Noah did, he did with integrity. His loss is one of extreme pain however, I cant help but feel a bit of envy in that he left this earth doing exactly what he wanted. And this is how he should be remembered, as a man never willing to settle down or to sacrifice the adventurous spirit in which he fostered.
Our initial goal of $2000 was raised to provide an opportunity to create a monument to his memory. 100% of the donations received beyond will go directly to his wife.
We graciously thank all that have given and those who have yet to give. Keep Mr. Evermann and his family in your prayers.
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Thanks again everyone.
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Thank you all.