Everley, William “Bill” – North Platte Telegraph

26August 2020

William’ Bill’Everley, of Downey, California, unexpectedly died at home Aug. 23, 2020. Bill was born May 27, 1936, to Howard and Katherine Everley in North Platte, where he matured. Bill finished from North Platte High School in 1955 and after that got in the U.S. Navy. He got a medical discharge and returned to North Platte for a brief time prior to transferring to California in 1956. On Feb. 15, 1969, Bill married Sharon Hutchens in Las Vegas and they made their home in California. Bill worked for the State of California as a heavy equipment operator and ran a sweeper on the freeway for 38 1/2 years prior to retiring. He enjoyed what he did and chose up whatever from center caps and golf balls to fruits and vegetables. By the time Bill retired, he had rather the collection of golf balls which wasn’t so bad, due to the fact that he enjoyed seeing and playing golf. He likewise gathered center caps and enjoyed eagles. Bill was a past member of the Masons and enjoyed going to Solutions Unlimited, a screen print organisation in Fullerton. Although he lived in California, he always remembered his classmates and enjoyed returning to Nebraska to visit family and friends. He was preceded in death by his parents, Howard and Kathryn; bro, Charles Everley; and brother-in-law, Cock Bordeau. Bill is made it through by his partner of 51 years, Sharon; kid, Steven Everley of Downey; child, Kelly Everley (Kevin Allen), of North Platte; sister, Coni Bordeau of Pahrump, Nevada; sister-in-law, Vicky Everley of Riverside, California; his cat, Amber; uncle, Alvin Campbell of Springfield, Missouri; aunt, Lela Abel of Grants Pass, Oregon; nieces and nephew, Dorie (Raymond) Couture, Lisa (Eric) Teague, Shannon (Russ) Bennett, and Justin (Meredith) Everley; great-nieces and nephews, Noah, Madison and Law; along with other family. Memorials are recommended to Brea Congregational Church of Christ, 300 East Imperial Highway, Brea, CA 92821. Online condolences may be shared at odeanchapel.com. Cremation was selected and inurnment will be at a later date at Fort McPherson National Cemetery, near Maxwell. Odean Colonial Chapel at C & & Sycamore supervises of regional arrangements.Source: nptelegraph.com

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