FRAMINGHAM – Evan John Maillet, 21, of Holliston and Franklin and formerly of Ashland.
It is with great sadness that the family of Evan J. Maillet, 21, announce his passing from injuries he sustained in a motorcycle accident on June 11.
He is survived by his loving mother Kimberly (Marques) Maillet and Steven Piso of Franklin, his father Norman Maillet of Holliston, and his two brothers Drew and Tyler of Franklin. He is also survived by grandparents, John and Liz Marques of Estero, FL, and Iola and Ronald Babineau of Framingham, his aunt Tina and Daniel Doucet of Grafton, and uncles, Chris and Kim Marques of Shrewsbury, and Dan and Beth Marques of Hopkinton, as well as many cousins.
Evan attended Keefe Technical High School and graduated from the Plumbing Program in 2016.
He loved playing both lacrosse and soccer during his school years and playing in a men’s soccer league with his brother Drew later on. He loved cars, boats, and bikes, as well as spending time with his Dad camping and traveling to Canada, and trips to Florida and the beach with his Mom.
Evan had an infectious smile and loved hanging out with family and friends. Our hope is that Evan will continue to help others through organ donation.
The family is planning on doing something special for Evan’s hometown of Ashland and any memorial donations will be put towards it. Details in regard to donations will be posted when complete.
A funeral service will be held Tue June 18 at 11 a.m. in the Chapel of the Matarese Funeral Home, 325 Main Street in Ashland.
Calling hours will be held Monday from 2 to 7 p.m. in the funeral home.
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