Kristina Marie Evenson Clark, 29, passed away of an Astrocytoma brain tumor on June 18, 2018 in Olympia, Washington. She was born July 10, 1988 to Steven Evenson Jr. and Diana Manzanares Evenson in Seattle, Washington. She graduated from Englemoor High in 2006, and Argosy College in 2008. She married David Clark on March 8, 2014, at the Aerie Ballroom in Centralia, Washington.
Kristina was a former KISW Rock Girl. She also worked at Top Foods, Future Ranking, Grabajava Coffee, and she had her own cupcake business Kristina’s Specialty Cupcakes. She loved gardening, rock climbing, crafting, baking/cooking, farming (with animals, including Sherman the duck), reading, writing, playing games, listening to music, dirt biking, boating, hiking, marijuana and RSO oil, and crystals.
She also enjoyed media recognition on YouTube at Kristinamarie420. She touched many lives through her presence and inspiration from her YouTube videos. Kristina opted for a non-traditional form of treatment for her brain tumor; she out-lived doctors’ expectations and became a well-known face and advocate for the use of medical marijuana/cannabis oil for treating cancer, inspiring people across the world.
Kristina was free-spirited, had an infectious smile and undeniable laughter, and radiated positivity and happiness. She was silly and quirky, and also showed many Earth Mother traits.
She was loved by so many family and friends.
She is survived by her husband, David Clark; daughter, Kaylin Clark; parents, Steve and Dina Evenson, Diana Manzanares, and Rob Spencer; grandparents, Steve and Beverly Evenson, Bill Hooper, Gloria Milbrad; and Ruth Lewis; brother, Zack Manzanares; sisters, Jen Coggins, Sabrina Evenson, Sarah Clark, Emily Spencer, and Morgan Spencer; aunts and uncles, Jeanna Clark, Teressa Milbrad, and Stuart Evenson; and cousins, Sarah Jean Clark, Kayla Clark, Jerrod Clark, Teddy Clark, Charlie Clark, Jamie Hudson, Anthony Charisma, and Ashley Charisma.
She was predeceased by Granny Sarah, Hooper; Chuck Evenson, Jesse Evenson, Johnny Lewis, Yvonne Clark, and Terry Milbrad.