Edward Charles Prevost

Edward Charles Prevost

Edward Charles Prevost

April 23, 1960 – Feb. 20, 2019

Edward Charles Prevost, age 58, passed away on Feb. 20, 2019 in Soldotna, Alaska.

He was born in Homer, Alaska to Edward and Marlyn Prevost on April 23, 1960.

Eddie was a strong-willed individual who tried his best to be a good husband, father, brother, uncle, and granddad. He loved the outdoors and the water. Eddie was a person who would brighten your day, if you ever crossed paths with him. He loved to cook, God, his family and friends. Eddie was a man who got up no matter how far the fall was or how many bones he broke along the way. He always stood to battle another day. Eddie is now with God.

He is survived by his fiancee, Sandeanna Baudoin of Kenai; daughters, Tabitha Campbell of Kenai, Tracy Prevost of Homer, and Tina Shaw of Wasilla; sons, Edward Prevost, Eric Prevost and Aaron Prevost, all of Homer; father, Edward Prevost, Sr. of Oregon; sister, Cheryl Gardener of Homer; brothers, Paul Prevost of Wasilla and Robert Prevost of Oregon; three step-children and many grandchildren.

There will be a private graveside service to be held at a later date.

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