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Michael Lynn Everhart, 39, died July 30, 2019, at Homeland, 20 months after receiving the diagnosis of Glioblastoma, a brain tumor. He was born in Dallas, Texas and grew up in Camp Hill, Pennsylvania. He graduated from St. Andrews School and Hamilton College. He was a fund raiser for small and large non-profit organizations spending most of his career in the Washington D.C. area. One of his favorite years was spent on Cape Cod working for AmeriCorps where he made life-long friends. He is survived by his mother and father, Lynn and Wil Everhart of Camp Hill, his brother Wilson Everhart III of St. Michaels, MD, sister-in-law Sarah Everhart, nephew Wilson Christian Everhart IV, and niece Campbell Mae Everhart. He will be remembered by loving aunts and uncles as well as his cousins and many friends far and wide. He was able to say good-bye to many and to hear from them in the closing weeks of his life. A service will be held at St. Stephen's Episcopal Cathedral, 221 N. Front Street, Harrisburg, PA, on August 10 at 1:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to St. Andrews School, Middletown, DE, Hamilton College, Clinton NY, or St. Stephen's Episcopal School, Harrisburg, PA. Arrangements by the David Myers Funeral Home, Newport. DAVID M. MYERS FUNERAL HOME INC. www.pennlive.com/obits

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Published in Patriot-News from Aug. 1 to Aug. 4, 2019.
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April 12, 2020
Sinto muito.. mas.. foi melhor do que você viver até 2020, pq aposto que esta feliz em sua outra vida ou.. no lugar em que estiver, pq a situação do nosso planeta piorou desde 2018..
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Student
August 11, 2019
A kind and caring Saint loved by all he touched at St. Andrew's. Rest in peace, Michael, and thanks for all the love you shared and the goodness you role-modeled for your school.
Louisa Zendt
August 10, 2019
It seemed like everyone who knew Michael was touched by him in some way. He never complained and was able to find joy and gratitude in the smallest of things. He deeply loved and appreciated his family and friends.
His smile, wit, laugh, stories and commentary, as well as his overall presence in the world will always be remembered. He will be missed. Blessing to family and friends.
A friend
August 8, 2019
I will always remember Michael with a smile on his face and his gift of knowledge! He was a wonderful uncle to Christian and Campbell. I know they will have happy memories of uncle Michael. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Love and God Bless, Theresa, Jim and Katie
August 6, 2019
We were so pleased to have Michael share his non-profit fundraising skills with us at Historic Harrisburg Association during the past year, after he moved back home and was looking for ways to remain active, engaged and helpful even as his illness took an increassing toll on his strength. A noble example!
David Morrison
August 4, 2019
Michael was a kind and courageous person who always had a smile on his face. Deepest condolences to his family and friends.
Michelle Lobingier, friend and LiveStromg at the Y coach
Michelle Lobingier
August 3, 2019
Will, Lynn and Wilson. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Michael was a warm and talented young man who will be missed.
Dave and Cathy Myers
August 2, 2019
I had the pleasure of knowing Michael through his parents. Over the past several years he would join us on our evening walks. Michael had a great mind, filled with ideas and opinions.

To his parents and family we expend our thoughts and prayers.
Edward Knittel
August 2, 2019
I am sorry for the loss of your son.
Mrs. Jane Yost
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