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Everett Joseph Vasicek

January 31, 2017 April 30, 2022
Everett Joseph Vasicek
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Everett Joseph Vasicek, 5 of Littleton, CO born on January 31, 2017, passed away from a tragic car accident on April 30, 2022, in Highlands Ranch, CO.

Everett “Bubba” was born in Englewood, CO at Swedish Medical Center and the youngest child to Chelsea and Joseph Vasicek. Everett entered this world fighting for his life. At just three days old, he was diagnosed with choanal atresia which prevented him from receiving adequate oxygen on his own. Everett was schedule to have surgery but the day he turned two months old, his condition worsened, and he became unresponsive while in the car. His mother was able to resuscitate him, and he then spent several days in the hospital where he received the surgery he needed to have a normal, healthy life.

Everett was attending Mortensen Elementary School where he was finishing his second year of preschool and getting ready to enter kindergarten. Everett absolutely loved everything about school. He would be so upset on Friday afternoon because he would have to wait until Monday to come back to see his teachers and friends. Every morning he and his mother would wait in the preschool drop off zone, and he would ask her “how many minutes?” until it was time to go in. He was always so enthusiastic with anything that involved school. He was adored by all of the teachers and students he interacted with and had two very special friends; they were considered the Three Musketeers and together were unstoppable.

Ever since Everett was a baby, he was always a sweet and compassionate soul who made friends everywhere he went. He was not shy by any means and took after his father in that sense. He never hesitated to share what he had with others especially if they were sad or upset. He had a smile that lit up the room and a laugh that was contagious as ever. He loved to tell “knock knock” jokes and do goofy things to make people laugh; he truly was a hilarious kid. One of his biggest loves was for food, he could eat three breakfasts if he could and could eat an entire small watermelon by himself in less than 10 minutes flat. Everett wanted to be either a chef like his Bapa (grandpa) when he grew up because of his love for food, or a police officer to help people and “catch the bad guys”.

Everett had many passions at such a young age. He loved being outdoors and fishing with his father or camping with his family. He was a little adrenalin seeker and loved thrill rides at Disneyworld or anything that would terrify his mother. Everett loved all things Spiderman, dinosaurs, cars (especially Hot Wheels), Sonic the Hedgehog, Paw Patrol, and Roblox or other video games. He would spend hours playing Roblox with his sister and was extremely tech-savvy. He was the pure definition of “boy”. Very recently, Everett joined tee-ball with the Ken Caryl Little League and was a part of the Little Royals team. His father was a parent coach, and they would spend hours practicing and catching the ball back and forth. Everett loved baseball and was looking forward to growing in the sport with his parents by his side. He was also a mini-Broncos fan and loved blue and orange just like his mommy and daddy.

Nothing meant more to Everett than his older sister, Maellie. They were two peas in a pod and practically spent every waking moment together when they were not in school. He looked up to his big sister and anything she would do, he would follow suit with no hesitation, even if it meant playing with dolls. Family meant the world to Everett; between his parents, sister, grandparents, and uncles he was always the happiest when he was around family and spending time with them whether it be a family vacation or simply watching a movie together at home. His passing has left a tremendous hole in the hearts of many as he has touched so many people in the short amount of time that he was on this earth. He will be truly missed and never forgotten.

Everett is preceded in death by his father Joseph Vasicek, and grandparents Sheila Vasicek (Derr) and David A. Vasicek. He is survived by his sister, Maellie Vasicek; mother, Chelsea Vasicek; grandparents Lissette and Jean-Pierre Duran; uncle, Christopher Duran; uncle, David M. Vasicek (Claire); and cousins Keely and Jack Vasicek.

A Memorial service is to be held on Sunday June 12, 2022, at 11A.M. at the Empower Field at Mile High Stadium. Following the service, light pastries, fruit, and non-alcoholic beverages to be served. Please park in Lot J and enter through the glass doors in Gate 2. Staff will direct you to the Bud Light Champions Club. Family is requesting those who plan to attend to please wear Broncos attire or Broncos colors in celebration of Everett and Joe.

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11:00 AM 6/12/2022 11:00:00 AM
Empower Field at Mile High Stadium

1701 Bryant Street
Denver, CO 80204

Please park in Lot J and enter through the glass doors in Gate 2. Staff will direct you to the Bud Light Champions Club. Following the service, light pastries, fruit, and non-alcoholic beverages to be served.

Empower Field at Mile High Stadium
1701 Bryant Street Denver 80204 CO
United States

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