Obituary of Eva Marie Grace Denhart
Eva Marie Grace Denhart was born on July 8, 1991 in Monroe, Michigan. She was the baby of the family, joining her three older siblings and parents Dennis and Shirley (Polley) Denhart. Eva was proud to have completed the Educational Program at the Monroe County Intermediate School District on June 8, 2017. She was very creative and enjoyed painting with watercolors. Eva loved country music and would listen to her favorite songs on repeat.
Eva packed a big personality in her small frame. She was always talking and would share her thoughts with anyone who would listen. Eva never met a stranger and was proud to introduce Dennis as her father everywhere the pair went. She played an ongoing game of Tag, cheerfully proclaiming “tag you’re it!” and never passed up an opportunity to swing at the park. A sassy little thing, Eva was happy no matter what her circumstances were. She faced any challenge with a smile and was determined to keep moving forward. Eva may have cursed her doctors during her medical treatments, but she always greeted them with a hug afterwards.
Eva Marie Grace Denhart, age 30, of Dundee, Michigan passed away peacefully on Monday, January 10, 2022. Her passing was preceded by her paternal grandparents: John Thomas Denhart, Violet Denhart-Sanders, and Pastor George Sanders; maternal grandparents: Franklin and Donna Polley; uncles: Lonny Polley and John Dwayne Denhart; and aunt: Bonnie Gerner.
Left to cherish her memory are her parents: Dennis and Shirley Denhart; sister: Trisha (Kevin) Rumler; brothers: Frank (Rose) Denhart and Don (Ashley) Denhart; fourteen nieces and nephews; seven great nieces and nephews; and her make believe canine companion, “Tony”, who was her very best friend.
Friends may gather on Thursday; January 13, 2022 from 1:00pm until 6:00pm at Merkle Funeral Service, Dundee, 297 Tecumseh Street; Dundee, Michigan 48131 (734) 529-3156. A Celebration of Eva’s Life led by Pastor Harold Raymond will be held at 11:00am on Friday; January 14, 2022 also at Merkle’s followed by a procession to Maple Grove Cemetery in Dundee.
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