Sevald Family

The earth shattered again today for a family who endured the devastation of loosing their Mother just over a year ago. Today they lost their father Matthew Sevald. One family should not have to endure this heartache once let alone twice. Matthew and Eva Sevald leave behind their four children Peter, Lilly, Charlotte and John. 
The impact these two had on everyone in their lives near and far will never be forgotten. 

We ask for anything you are able and willing to help this little family with funeral and medical costs and and to help with any future needs for these four children. A simple share of this link is most helpful. Thank you.  

Matthew Sevald, 38, passed away after a short illness on Wednesday, May 19, 2021 in St. George, Utah. He was born Nov. 9, 1982 in Detroit, Michigan, to Paul Sevald and Eileen Alvarez.

Matt graduated from Catholic Central High School in 2000. After high school he joined the Marines where he was deployed to Iraq. He was then medically discharged due to an injury in 2006. On June 1, 2006 in San Antonio, Texas, he married Eva Thomas. They later moved from San Antonio to Northville, Michigan. After the birth of Peter they moved out to St. George, Utah. He joined the St George Police department as a dispatcher for the next few years and then attended DSU to become a registered nurse while continuing to work in dispatch. He worked at Dixie Regional Medical Center until his recent illness and passing. 

Eva Marie Sevald (Thomas), 37, passed away unexpectedly and far too soon on Friday, January 3rd, 2020, in St. George, UT. 

She was born on July 21st, 1982 on Moody AFB in Valdosta, GA to Harold and Carol Thomas (Anthony). after her father retired from the United States Air Force, her family moved to her mother’s home town of Laurium, MI in the Keweenaw peninsula on Lake Superior. And then eventually on to St George, Utah in 2000. On June 1st, 2006 she married Matthew Sevald in San Antonio, Texas. They then returned to the Detroit area for a short time. After the birth of Peter they returned to St George, Utah. Eva returned to work for Dixie Regional Medical Center in a Materials Management position in the Cath Lab of Dixie Regional Medical Center, and where she worked at the time of her passing. She earned the prestigious Six Sigma Yellow Belt for process improvement and oversaw the expansion of her responsibilities to cover multiple departments within Cardiovascular Services, millions of dollars of inventory, and also provide assistance to other departments with a new system of organizing supplies. Over the next 12 years they were blessed with Lilly, Charlotte, and Jonathan. 

*All donations will be collected by their grandmother Carol Thomas, who now has legal guardianship of all four children. 

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Organizer and beneficiary

Sarah Watts Boling 
Saint George, UT
Carol Thomas