Reedsburg Student And Hockey Player Evelyn Gurney Died In A Car Accident,Cause Of Death And Obituary

On Friday morning, May 12, 2023, the world lost a bright light when Evelyn Gurney passed away in a tragic automobile accident on a highway near her school in Wisconsin. Evelyn was not just any ordinary student, as she was also a talented hockey player and had a heart of gold. Her passing has left a deep hole in the hearts of everyone who knew her, and many are left to mourn the loss of a remarkable young woman. Keep reading more..

Who was Evelyn Gurney?

Evelyn Gurney was more than just a student and a hockey player. One of her most notable qualities was her kindness and generosity towards everyone she met. Those who knew her could not say enough about her willingness to lend a helping hand, her generosity, and her joyful spirit. She had a love of life that was infectious, and she shared it with everyone who came into her path.

How did Evelyn Gurney die? What was the cause of her death?

The cause of Evelyn’s death has left many in shock and disbelief. Her life was taken from her way too soon, and it has left everyone who knew her wondering what could have been. The investigation by the Sauk County Sheriff’s Office is still ongoing, but what we know is that she was waiting for her school bus when the accident occurred. The incident happened on a state highway in the early morning, and Evelyn was struck by a pickup truck while waiting for her ride.

Evelyn Gurney Obituary

Evelyn was an outstanding athlete and an active member of the Reedsburg School District. She had a deep passion for hockey, and it showed on the ice. She was a valuable team member and contributed in several roles. Her skillful play, her unwavering teamwork, and her positive attitude made her stand out among her peers. She had a bright future in hockey, and her teammates and coaches are devastated to have lost such a talented player and friend. Evelyn’s passing has brought an outpouring of love and support from not just her family and friends, but from the entire community. Her loss is a tragedy that has devastated her school, her hockey team, and anyone who crossed paths with her. The community has gathered to remember Evelyn, offering support and condolences to her family and friends. The loss of such a remarkable young woman will leave a lasting impact on her community, and her legacy will continue to inspire those who knew her for years to come.

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GoFundMe:- Ellie Vielhuber is organising this fundraiser.

Hello, our names are Kendall, Ellie, Sawyer, Bryce, and Dani, and our best friend Evelyn passed today (May 12, 2023) from a car crash. She was the sweetest, most kind person you would ever meet. She would always put everyone first before herself. We are setting this GoFundMe up for her because she would do this for us, so we are sending so much love towards her. If we can, let’s reach the goal of $1,000, for her. We decided to call this, “Goals for Gurney.” We love and miss you Evelyn, and fly high sweet girl️❤️

People are posting tributes to Evelyn Gurney on social media.

Wisconsin Blue Devils AAA Hockey

Our Blue Devils family is mourning the loss of Evelyn Gurney.  Evelyn joined our girls U12 team this season, and made quite the impact with her caring, fun and spunky personality on and off the ice.  We are sending our deepest condolences to the Gurney family, friends and Reedsburg Hockey. If we have learned anything about the hockey community, we know that we will all rally together to support her family during this difficult time.  One way to show your support for Evelyn’s family is by donating thru the link below. Evelyn will always be apart of our Blue Devils family.  💙🤍🖤

Evelyn Gurney was a remarkable young woman who touched the hearts of many in her community. Her life was cut short, leaving behind a deep sense of loss and grief. Evelyn’s kindness, generosity, and love of life will be remembered by the many people she touched. Her passing has left a void in the hearts of all who knew her, and her absence will be felt for years to come. Rest in peace, Evelyn Gurney.

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