Tell City, Indiana David E. Evrard, 90, passed away at his home on August 2, 2022. He was born in Tell City on April 24, 1932, son of Fred J. and Olivia (Pierrard) Evrard. David attended St. Paul School in Tell City and graduated high school from St. Meinrad Seminary. He started his college education at University of Evansville, later transferring to Purdue University where he earned a degree in electrical engineering. He was a United States Air Force veteran and served in the National Security Agency. While stationed in Washington, D.C. he attended Georgetown University graduating with a Jurisprudence Degree. David served as Perry County’s Circuit Court Judge for 30 years. A member of St. Paul Catholic Church, David served on the first Parish Council and sang in the church choir. He served many years on the Board of Directors at Southern Hills in Jasper and was a member of Knights of Columbus Council #1172, American Legion Post #213 and  Tell City Kiwanis . David loved to build things, thus getting him involved in making sets and backgrounds for the annual Schweizer Fest musicals. He mostly enjoyed having gatherings with family and friends. Surviving is his wife, Maggie Evrard, Tell City; children, Joe Evrard (Terri), Louisville, Jackie Rolf (Dave), Ft. Mitchell, KY and Michelle Marietta (Larry), Zionsville; grandchildren, Ben (Kelsey), Jacob and Joe Studer, Nathan, Ross, Sam and Ty Evrard, Will and Katie Rolf and Molly and Maggie Marietta and one great grandson, Boone Studer. Preceding him in death were his parents and brother, Rev. Donald J. Evrard. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 11:00 AM CDT on Monday, August 8, 2022 at St. Paul Catholic Church. Archbishop Paul Etienne will officiate. Burial will follow in St. Mary Cemetery with military rites. Visitation will be on Sunday from 1:00-5:00 PM and Monday from 9:00-10:30 AM at Huber Funeral Home, Tell City Chapel. Memorial contributions may be made to St. Paul Catholic Church Renovation Fund or St. Paul Catholic Church Religious Education Fund.  

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  1. Please accept our heartfelt sympathy and condolences for your loss. We are keeping you all in our thoughts and prayers.

  2. Judge Evrard was an important leader of the Board of Southern Hills Counseling Center. When I came to Indiana in 1982, he provided me counsel and support that helped me establish myself and serve Southern Hills for 24 years. He made a huge contribution to promoting Mental Health services in Perry County and Southern Indiana. Our thoughts are with the family. Don Aronoff former Executive Director Southern Hills Counseling Center

  3. So very Sorry for your loss. He will be missed. Prayers for Maggie and all the family. Lots of good memories of Cookouts in my parent’s backyard.

  4. I remember the fun we had at Sandbridge and squirting Dave with whipped cream. Maggie, Jackie, Joe and Michelle please know all of the Jacksons are keeping you close in our hearts and prayers. We love and miss you.
    Missy Jackson

  5. David was a charmer. Always greeting me with a hug when I wirked at Caper’s and Carriage Inn. Singing in the choir at St Paul’s was a joy with him. Hid’s blessings be upon his family during this sad time. Love you dearly Maggie
    Anita Sanders

  6. When I think of David. I think of the Marching Marksman Band. Lot of great memories. Maggie and kids I am so sorry for your loss. Prayers for all of you. Millie Dauby.

  7. My parents are friends of Dave and Maggie. One summer we drove to Tell City. While visiting, Dave took my sister, dad and myself up in his airplane. I was a young boy but got to fly the plane they a cloud! Soooo cool. Rest In Peace and thank you Judge.

  8. Maggie and family,
    Sending love and prayers for you in memory of many precious years with Dave. Many special memories for us and our daughter, Laurie and Emily with your family, especially the years spent with the swim team and Coach Mike Page ! So many friends made over those years.
    Love and peace
    Bill and Jane Dreyling

  9. I am sorry to hear of Judge Evrard’s passing. I enjoyed visiting with him on the many occasions he was selected to serve as a Special Judge in cases here in Vanderburgh County Circuit Court. He was indeed a dedicated public servant. May God Bless David’s Spirit and comfort all of your extended family during this difficult time. Peter M. Swaim, Former United States Marshal for the Southern District of Indiana. Lieutenant, (Ret.) Vanderburgh County Sheriff’s Office

  10. Maggie, Jackie, Joe, and Michelle,
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your families. I have a lot of good memories of Dave when he and Maggie lived next door. He was always so much fun to be around! I remember that Dad, Jim, and Dave loved playing pranks on each other at Halloween too! It was always interesting to see what they would come up with. We will keep all of you in our prayers.

  11. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. – Perry County Coroner Warren Taylor and wife Cindi

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