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Beverlyn A. Everett
June 4, 1952 ~ October 20, 2023 (age 71) 71 Years Old
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Beverlyn Everett Obituary
HER LIFE AT A GLANCE BEVERLYN A. EVERETT
Beverlyn A. Everett was born June 4, 1952, to the loving parentage of Margaret Everett and Mr. Willie Howard in Macon, Georgia. She matriculated her early educational studies at St. Peter Claver Catholic School and St. Rita Catholic School in Indianapolis, Indiana. She was a proud alumnus of Northeast High School of Macon and continued her academic journey at Savannah State College.
Having been reared in the admonition of Christ, Beverlyn accepted Jesus Christ as her Lord and Savior at the tender age of five years old and united in membership at Union Baptist Church. She was a member of the choir and supported the ministry wholeheartedly. Her beloved pastor and church were indelibly a part of her heart and she lovingly expressed this as often as she could. She served faithfully until her health would no longer sustain her commitments.
Beverlyn was a loyal employee of the Bibb County School System of which she was a tremendous asset to the students and the staff. She was also employed by Memorial Nursing Home and Rehab Center. There she served patients and staff as though they were family. Forever She was preceded in death by her mother, Ms. Margarett Everett; father, Willie Howard; stepmother, Essie Howard; and sister, Mattie E.L. Nash. As the sun was setting on October 20,2023, our beloved Beverlyn A. Everett finished her course, answered her Master's call. and left a legacy of love, family, friends, and church family at Union & Baptist Church.
Left to cherish and continue her legacy are her loving brother, Otha (Mary Ann) Everett; niece/sister, Brenda Everett; nieces, Angelia (Eric) Denson, Cassandra A. Lingo, Demettress (Timothy) Johnson, Maralon Randolph; nephews, Frank Famble, James Everett, Toney Everett, Rodney (Trish) Lingo, Pastor Dr. Otha (Tina)Everett, Chavis(Nikki) Everett and a host of other dear relatives and friends who she holds an indelible place in their hearts.