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October 19, 2018

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January 4, 2018
My condolences to all of Everett's family and close friends. Years ago we enjoyed great times as fellow Shriner's traveling to New Orleans, parades, and fund-raisers... just to name a few. Everett had a good heart.

I have great memories of Everett and I am very sorry he has passed on. Rest in peace my friend.
December 20, 2017
goodbye little buddy.you were a great friend.
December 20, 2017
Rest in Peace Marine. Semper Fi.
December 19, 2017
I still can't believe that you're gone, dad. I don't want to believe it. These last few months have been very hard for us, but it is nothing compared to what you went through. You were so strong and we know that you fought very hard to stay here with us. I don't think I will ever know someone as brave as you to have overcome all of life's tribulations the way that you have. I am truly proud to have had you as my father. I thank you for helping to shape the person that I have become today. I wrote you a long letter when I left home when I was a young girl. I told you that I would be ok and I would try and make you proud of me. I hope that I lived up to my word, because, I know how much you worried about us girls, even our last conversation in the hospital you were asking about us instead of worrying about yourself. Although we never spoke the words goodbye, I will remember the last time you looked at me and you saw the tears in my eyes, and I saw yours too, and deep down I knew then that you were saying goodbye in your own way. I know that you are finally free from the pain and suffering and I hope you were greeted with open arms by all of those who have passed before us. Your footprint on this earth will be everlasting in our memories, we will never forget you, we will never stop missing you, and we will always love you. Farewell, dear father.....until we meet again, farewell. https://youtu.be/SdO6mW_B34M