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September 11, 2014
This is to inform you that Ronald Winans has made a contribution to the Spencer Educational Foundation in memory of Evelyn Everts. You may contact Ron at: 374 S. Nistler Lane, Meridian, ID 83642
August 25, 2014
Our family enjoyed the friendship of the Everts family the whole time I grew up in Boise. Bill was my first boss, Evelyn was a friend and colleague of my mom, Jackie Westervelt, Babs was my French teacher in junior high and I had the wonderful opportunity to enjoy many summer picnics, swims with Evelyn at the public pools where I worked, and ski trips with the Everts when I wasn't teaching skiing for Bill up at Bogus. Every holiday Evelyn would make her wonderful steamed carrot pudding and I even got to enjoy it when I visited Evelyn and Bill on college breaks. The last time I saw Evelyn, I remember her joking with me when I asked her if she remembered something. With that wonderful smile on her face her comment was "I have a better memory than YOU Janny!" I will miss her Christmas cards, catching me up on everything in the family, and her wonderful friendship but I know she will be having fun with Bill again. My condolences and love to Janet, Babs and their families.- Jan Westervelt Smith.
August 24, 2014
I'm so sorry to be traveling and unable to be there for the services. I'm honored to be have met Mrs. Everts and my prayers are her family, especially my good friend Jan.
August 24, 2014
My family and I have fond memories of Evelyn--the many days of skiing at Bogus, the camping trips, the get-togethers at the Everts' house, the horses our families had, etc. My brother Bill remembers how good Evelyn was to him, and sends his condolences. The Everts, both Bill and Evelyn, were an important part in my life as a teenager, and I cherish the time I had with the entire family. Barbara was a close friend in junior high and high school, and we met up again when she moved to Twin Falls; Janet was a friend of my deceased brother Bob. And my younger brother Bill enjoyed all the Everts family. Evelyn was a great lady, who always made people feel special and welcome--and her husband Bill, who planned many escapades, always had a passel of kids around him--making work for her! I hope Evelyn and Bill are planning a great adventure together, even as we speak! I'm so glad they were a part of my life. My deepest sympathy to all the Everts relatives. Evelyn lived a full life, as did Bill, but they are very much missed by the literally hundreds of lives they touched! Karen Eason Fraley
August 24, 2014
Thoughts and prayers to Janet, Barbara, and their families. Evelyn and Bill were a such a wonderful couple who served their Boise community well. their legacy will live on through many fond memories of them both. The Ackley Family
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