Evan Eugene Fields

1987 ~ 2021


Oct. 16, 2021
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
1950 East Dimple Dell Road, Sandy Utah 84092
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    Oct. 16, 2021
    11:00 AM
    1950 East Dimple Dell Road, Sandy Utah 84092
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  • Evan Eugene Fields was born on August 31, 1987, in Fresno, CA. He moved with his father, Billy Fields and mother, Pam Gold to Salt Lake City in 1992. He graduated from Brighton High School in 2005. In 2012, his precious son, Hunter was born. He loved Hunter with all of his heart and shared with him his love of hunting and fishing and the peacefulness of Corinne, UT where his father, Billy lived.

    In 2016, Evan and his fourth-grade love, Jessica Gilmore, reunited and became engaged in December 2017. In August 2018, Maverik was born. Evan and Jess gave us not only Maverik but her two daughters, Vaeh and Kendilyn.

    Evan had his struggles but found recovery and in that helped so many to find theirs. He worked as a Peer Recovery Coach at USARA for 5 years. Evan impacted so many lives, too numerous to count. He was always hopeful, kind, loving, supportive and good to so many.

    Evan loved the outdoors, something his dad instilled in him at a very early age. He lived for duck season and elk hunting. He became a certified pyrotechnician and enjoyed many years of providing fireworks shows during July. His friends and family all gathered to help and to watch with pride at the fireworks displays he put together.

    Evan is survived by his mother, Pam Gold, stepfather, Todd Gold, father, Billy Fields, step mother, Becky Fields, sisters, Ashley Gold and Hannah Fields. His amazing and loving fiancé, Jessica Gilmore, stepdaughters, Nevaeh and Kendilyn. Near and dear to his heart and ours are his two beautiful sons, Hunter and Maverik.

    A Celebration of Life service will be held at 11:00AM on Saturday, October 16 at Larkin Sunset Gardens, 1950 E. Dimple Dell Rd, Sandy, UT. A time to gather as family and friends will take place prior to the services beginning at 10:00AM at the same location. Innichement to follow services in the Larkin Sunset Gardens Cemetery.

    Services will be live streamed via Zoom. You will need to have your own Zoom account and be logged in to view the services. To view the stream, please click the "Watch Services" link above.

    In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to USARA (Utah Support Advocates for Recovery Awareness) at myusara.com or to First Step House at https://donate.firststephouse.org.


    Pam, Jess, & Family,
    Evan was so loved and admired by so many. He made such an impact on the recovery community and there will never be another Evan with his big smile that lights up a room. He made a true difference in this world and will be missed terribly. ❤️

    - Josephine Christiansen

    Pam, Todd and Ashley,
    I cannot even imagine the grief in your hearts now. Evan touched many lives and in my eyes is a hero. Many years back, he took Stephen under his wing when he was struggling with drug use, depression, and anxiety. That had more of an impact on him at the time than anything else I had tried. It definitely helped him through a very rough time and very well may have saved his life. Certainly Evan saved many lives; he was so generous as he used his life experiences to help others down better paths. I know I am forever in his dept. All my love goes to you,

    - Jennifer Cottam

    I worked with Evan in the University Hospital emergency department & Bridge Clinic when he was a recovery coach with USARA. We social workers considered him an equal colleague, such a delight to work with. He was so good! I know he saved lives through this work. I remember hearing him talk about how much he loved his family. I'm incredibly sad he is no longer with us. My deepest condolences to his family

    - Paige Ponte

    You held a special place in my heart! I will love you and will miss you always!

    Aunt Susan

    - Aunt Susan

    He was a bright star and gone too soon My heart goes out to you. My you find peace in the time he shared with us. He was an advocate for all those in recovery. I will never forget him!


    Love and prayers. So sorry to all of you for this loss.

    - Braquel

    Hey evan. I love you bro . What a great person to be around. I wasn't your fav but you were one of mine. Rip brotha

    - Jeffrey Ryser

    Our hearts are heavy hearing the news about Evan's passing. We are grateful for the time we had with him.

    - Amir Haskic

    I was fortunate to meet Evan through my son Zack and have I been blessed ever since to have known him. He was an absolute pleasure to be around and he will leave a great void in many lives including mine.

    - paul diehl

    Pam and Family,
    My deepest sympathies. In my prayers.
    Lori G.

    - Lori Giovannoni

    My blessings to Jessica and those beautiful kids!

    - Kylie

    You were my best buddy...I will miss you
    Dearly.....I love you Aunt Linda

    - Aunt Linda