Chad Hefner Colvin
Joe Denoyer - July 31, 2017 4:03 pm
Chad Hefner Colvin departed his vibrant life on July 23, 2017, at the age of 21. Chad lived life in a big way – from how he loved to how he played; from how he succeeded to how he made mistakes.
Chad was an artist extraordinaire, a charmer, funny as the day is long & supremely intuitive.
Above all else, Chad was a dreamer. Had his life been longer, he would have undoubtedly achieved more of those dreams & further blessed the world with his talents.
Chad loved to laugh with those he cared about – especially his girlfriend, Alexx, & his little brother, Nicolai Coffey. If you were his true friend, you had his loyalty & love for life, & you were guaranteed to laugh.
Chad’s interaction with the world was different than most, just as Chad was different than most. He had a connection with nature that compared to very few, saw beauty in things that others would miss & saw qualities in people that others would dismiss. He was becoming a man who accepted his differences & appreciated the gift of his uniqueness. Chad’s unique self-struggled with relationships & loved in ways that could be misunderstood. The world was not always good to Chad, but Chad was always good to the world as best he knew how. As a square peg in a round-hole world, Chad had to be & was very brave.
Chad is deeply loved & missed by his family: his parents, Mike Colvin, Christy Lindsay, & Valerie & Ralph Mestre; his siblings, Chase Colvin and Nicolai Coffey; his grandmother, Janice Colvin; & many loving aunts, uncles & cousins. He followed the Lord into Heaven where he was greeted by his great grandparents W.A. and Lorene Colvin of Balko, Oklahoma, his great grandparents Milton and Evelyn Friesen of Adams, Oklahoma, his grandfather Dwayne Colvin of Hooker, Oklahoma, and his grandparents Kenneth and Irma Hefner of Oklahoma City.
In his too-short life, Chad Hefner Colvin made a beautiful difference.
A local memorial service will be held at a future date under the direction of Roberts Brothers Funeral Home, Inc. in Hooker, Oklahoma.
Memorials are suggested to a local animal shelter and may be left at Roberts Brothers Funeral Home, Box 745, Hooker, Ok 73945.
Condolences may be left at www.robertsbrothersfuneralhome.com