Everett, John Carl

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John C. Everett, age 75 passed away peacefully at his home in Farmers Branch, Texas surrounded by family on Thursday,  February 23, 2017.

John was born in Harris County, Texas and raised in Mexia, Texas. After graduating high school he moved to Houston, Texas where he met the love of his life, Judy Cooper. They married in May 1960 and together raised 2 daughters, Cindy and Kim.  John relocated his family to the Carrollton/Farmers Branch area in 1969 where he began a long career as a property tax consultant. John was actively employed when his battle with cancer began last spring.  His greatest joys in life included working in his garden and spending time with his family.

John is survived by his wife of 57 years, Judy Everett; daughters, Cindy Grieser and husband, David, Kim Eaves and husband, Joe; grandsons Jonathan Grieser and Ryan Grieser; granddaughters, Whitney Eaves Henderson and Heather Eaves; sister, Doris Pope; and brother, Jerry Everett; several extended family members and a multitude of friends.

A Memorial Service celebrating John’s life will be from 1:00 to 3:00 pm on Saturday, March 4, 2017 in the Brooks Family Chapel of the North Dallas Funeral Home, 2710 Valley View Lane, Farmers Branch, Texas 75234.

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20 replies on “Everett, John Carl”

AMANDA FERRELL says:

John was such a great man with a wonderful heart. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him. Prayers for his family.

Debra Fuls Graham says:

So very sorry for your loss. My prayers to your entire family.

Patty Crick says:

My Uncle John was one of the most sweetest, kindest and most happiest man I have ever known. Him and Aunt Judy always made me feel welcome like no others. He touched every heart he crossed paths with no doubt, I know he touched mine. He will be forever missed. My heart aches for my Aunt Judy, Cindy and Kim and the whole family. Love you Uncle John♡

Mary Curran says:

Kim and Whitney my heart goes out to you both. Prayers for your family.

Bridgette Hilstock says:

May god give you strength to go ahead in life after your loss. Mr. John’s lovely memories will give you peace and strengths.

Heather Amick says:

My deepest condolences to Judy and the Everett family. John was a wonderful & kind man who was deeply devoted to his family. May he rest in peace.

Anke Dawson says:

I will miss his smile and sense of humor. He was such a jokster and always in a good mood! John could also grow anything in that garden of his! He jokingly always called me Fred and I called him Ethel. Rest in peace. You will be missed.

JANET and JACK SPRABARY says:

Best of friends for over fifty years. If there’s a Heaven, and I know there is. John will be there waiting for all of the many friends and loved ones that are here on earth waiting to join him,and to meet our loving God!

Lori Shanks Delfos says:

John Everett was truly a wonderful man, husband, father and friend. He was always so welcoming to me, even when I was a pain in the neck teenager. I will always have those memories of him that make me smile. Every time I would come over he would say “Well there’s good old Shori Lanks!” I remember many nights watching Wheel of Fortune with him. I can close my eyes and be right there with him watching him eat those frog legs and that turkey loaf that was always in the kitchen. He treated me like I was family and I loved him for that. I will miss him very much!

Terrie Bartlett says:

Having grown up and lived next door to John and his family was a True Blessing. From the Entire Bartlett Family we send our Most Heartfelt condolences and Prayers. He will be missed by all that loved him.

Joe & Jane Eaves says:

Johnny-my-boy, a buddy and friend forever. What wonderful memories we shared together. Peace be with you and the entire Everett family

Larry & Marsha Warmuth says:

We worked with John since 1988. He was a great employee and a great friend. He enriched our lives daily with his jokes and his sense of humor. We loved his radishes!! He will so be missed.

Leighann Travis says:

I loved hanging out at the Everett house as a kid, teenager and as an adult. Both John and Judy made me feel welcome and it was a happy place to be. All of us neighborhood kids feel the same way. John was always smiling, always interested in what I had to say, and he told the best corny jokes ever. So blessed to have known him.

Jens and Elke Steinheimer says:

Some say he was like a father to me, well he was more then that. John was a mentor, leader, listener, comedian, compassionate and understanding he always knew when something was wrong or not right and was always there even when he didn’t have to be. John made me feel special in his own way. He taught me to be respectful, patient to listen to others before making the wrong decision. Most of the time it work. But we all answer for our rights and wrongs in life. As far as my mother is concerned John was a good friend and always made me laugh and smile even. John you will be missed but never forgotten!

Ry Ry the Ricket (Ryan) says:

Your onions are doing great pancho, I love you smuch and think about you everyday.You were such a great grandfather to all of us. I remember all the jokes you passed down too me and tell meme them everyday. I love you so much PawPaw

Stephanie Hunt says:

To Mrs. Judy and The Everett Family,

My sincerest apologies and condolences for your loss of Mr. John. There is a void without him in the office, and his jokes are missed by myself and others. To know him was to love him. Although my heart is broken and heavy, I know that he isn’t in pain anymore. Thanks Mrs. Judy for sharing your honey with us at work. My thoughts and prayers are with you always. I L❤VE Y❤U!

Heather Bird says:

Looking back at old pictures of you and I bring tears to my eyes. The pictures show how loving, caring, funny and great you were. I can’t be believe you are really gone. I miss you like crazy and think about you everyday. I have soooo many memories of us in the garden, you being my number one fan at all my sports events, me calling you to come pick me up on Saturday mornings to surprise meme and so many more that I will cherish forever. I am so glad that you got the see onions be planted one last time. Ryan and I couldn’t have had a better expert to make sure we were doing it right. I want to thank you for being such a great, silly and loving grandpa to Whit, Ry Ry, Jonna, and I. I truly believe that you watch down on us everyday, and I often find my self talking to you in reassurance that you are there. I love and miss you very much and can’t wait to see how the onions turn out. Love you pawpaw- Bird❤️

John Holmes says:

It was great pleasure to grow up with John. We have missed out on many of his experiences after high school, but look forward to catching up in heaven. Sorry to miss the celebration today.

Jonathan Grieser says:

Had to have u a last one up your sleeve.R.I.P pawpaw. Don’t worry about your garden, It’s fine. You taught me more wisdom,knowledge and common sense than any one deserves. 239 beans.

Cynth says:

Daddy, I miss you so much already. Right now I can’t imagine how much I’m going to miss you going forward but I can assure you I already feel the void. Sister and I will watch over Mother like you asked us to do. I love you!

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