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Everett Brown

Everett Arnold Brown

Monday, April 9th, 1928 - Friday, March 20th, 2020
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Everett A.Brown

Mr. Everett A. Brown of Shorthill's Retirement Villa and formerly of W. Francis Street, Thunder Bay, passed away into the presence of his Lord on Friday, March 20, 2020. Born in Avondale, New Brunswick on April 9, 1928 he was the son of Earlin and Velma Brown.

Everett moved with his parents to Fort William in 1939. He was a graduate of the Fort William Vocational School as well as the Prairie Bible College. He worked at B.A. Oil / Gulf Oil for 33 years, retiring in 1984. Everett was a member of the Westfort Baptist Church, a Sunday School teacher and served on the church board. He enjoyed fishing and camping at East Floral Beach as well as wood crafts, painting and gardening.

Everett is predeceased by his wife Evelyn, survived by two sons, David (Brenda) of Fonthill and Douglas (Sue) of Toronto, and 2 grandchildren, Charlotte and Matthew of Toronto. A special thank you to friends Red & Bev Walker and Kathy & Brian Leathorn of Thunder Bay.

The family would like to extend their heartfelt thanks to the staff at Shorthill's Retirement Villa.

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Jim and Helen Ellison and family

Posted at 03:12pm
With heartfelt condolences, Rest in Peace Uncle Everett
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Bev Albert

Posted at 08:48am
David, Doug and families: I am sorry to hear of your dad's passing. (He was my 2nd dad!). Everett has just passed on from one good life to another. For this we can be joyful. We (Kathy Leathorn, my sister) tried our best to corrupt him. Everett was just too good of a Christian. You can lead the horses to water, but you can't make them drink. We all shared a lot of laughs with "Dad" (I hope you don't mind me calling him that every time I visited him in either Thunder Bay or Font Hill. He was smart, witty, and had a great sense of humour. In fact, I would hedge a bet that he and Evelyn are "up there somewhere" kibitzing with my mom and dad. Well, let your sorrows be drowned with good memories of Everett. He lead a good life on this earth, and will continue to do so in the next - and in our hearts as well.
MK

Mike Kopot

Posted at 10:37am
David & Doug & Families,
Deepest heartfelt condolences on the recent passing of your Father. Everett was an original member of the Men’s Breakfast Club (sponsored by the Alzheimer Society of Thunder Bay). His quick wit and dry humour were always a delight and lightened everyone’s spirits. He remained in contact with a few of us following his move to be closer to you both. Everett will surely be missed and remembered as a good man. May he rest in eternal peace!
Mike Kopot
Breakfast Club
Thunder Bay
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Joan Slyford

Posted at 09:26pm
Dear David,Doug, and family,
So sorry to hear of your dad's passing. It was a few weeks ago when I was out for a walk I happened to walk by your old church in Westfort and was wondering how he was doing. He was such a good guy. I remember when I was young and your family would take me to church with yous. I Still have a Sundayschool picture. Of course I remember your grandpa and his reflexology, he helped me cure a sore throat which was funny because after he was done my hand hurt worse. I used to get a good laugh when we were renting your grandma's house and your dad would come into the house for say a ladder and I would hear "Joanie come here please" and I go down the basement to see your dad holding onto one end of the ladder and our Doberman Dutchess holding onto the other. She would let him in but not out. He did like the dog. I also remember how good he was at taking care of your mother when she was coping with her Alzheimer's I just loved your dad he was funny, sincere, kind, honest, and very kind. He was a great neighbor to my Uncle Joe, and a good friend to me and my mother. I hope knowing how many people enjoyed knowing your dad gives you comfort and brings back good memories. He was a good man and I feel very blessed to have known him and your family . Sincerely Joan (Crowther) Slyford
MB

Maureen Bevilacqua

Posted at 06:04pm
Please accept our sincere condolences at the passing of Everett. We have many happy memories of him, his hospitality, helpfulness, and ready sense of humour.
Maureen& Dennis Bevilacqua
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