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Levi Envik

May 11, 1979 - April 13, 2020

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Levi Ellis Envik, 40, passed away on Monday, April 13, 2020 in Sandpoint, Idaho. Services will be announced at a later date once social distancing restrictions are relaxed.
Levi was born on May 11, 1979 in Sandpoint, Idaho to Dennis and Patricia Envik. He grew up and attended school at Northside Elementary, Sandpoint Middle School and Sandpoint High School. Growing up he enjoyed hunting, fishing, playing soccer, and playing the drums.
He cooked at the Edgewater Restaurant, Powerhouse, and at elk camp. For 10 years he worked for Emerald Distributors as a driver. Since then he has worked as a Foreman with his brother Ivan at Envik Construction.
Levi married Stacy LaMarche on May 5, 2001 in Sandpoint. Family was the most important thing to Levi. He enjoyed watching his daughter Seirra as a cheerleader during her 4 years of high school and getting her first deer together. He helped coach his son Carter in baseball, shared many hunting trips together and helped Carter fill his moose tag. More special family memories include; a dream trip to Disneyland, camping trips to Montana, gardening, summer days at the cabin on the lake, and the birth of his grandson Jaxson.
He was a huge Seattle Mariners baseball fan. He loved to fish on Lake Pend’ Oreille, the Columbia River and in Alaska. Levi was an avid big game hunter, both Levi and Carter have filled their moose tags. He also enjoyed music, camping, four wheeling, gardening and BBQ’s.
He is survived by his wife Stacy Envik of Sagle, son Carter Envik, daughter Seirra Ryckman, grandson Jaxson Ryckman, mother Patricia Cotting of Kellogg, step mother Joyce Envik of Sagle, two brothers Erik (Shava) Envik and Ivan (Valerie) Envik, nephews Zach, Alex, Conner, and Liam, niece Chloe. He is also survived by numerous friends, aunts, uncles, and cousins.
Levi will be buried at the Lakeview Cemetery next to his father Dennis, who preceded in him in death.