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Research by Kevin Everingham 2002-2014.
1944 Michigan Investor, Vol.43, Contractor Publ Co., 1944.
"NEW MANAGER AT CASEVILLE Miss Lois Everingham of Kinde has taken over her duties of manager of the Caseville branch of the Kinde State Bank. She succeeds Ted Schubel who has been manager of teh branch for the past four years. He resigned the position to accept a job at Potate Aux."
1946 State Banking Department annual report, Lansing, MI, 1946..."Kinde State Bank, Kinde, organized July 27, 1912,.. W.R. Everingham, President (her father), Lois Everingham, assistant Cashier. Directors: Jos. N. Rankin, W.R. Everingham, James L. Burgess, Herbert A. Luecke, Lois Everingham."
1992 Michigan Encyclopedia of Associations, Gale Research Co. 1992... "Caseville Community Arts Council, c/o Lois Everingham." still head of this organization in 2011... She is also listed as the contact person for Caseville Community Chest, and United Way.
Lois Jane Everingham, formerly of Caseville, daughter of the late William and Florence (Kent) Everingham, died October 30, 2013, in Hillsdale, MI, at the age of 93.
Her forty-four year career in banking began with working for her father, who was president of the Kinde State Bank. She was manager of the Caseville branch of that bank for thirty-three years, and the remaining eleven years were spent at the main office in Bad Axe. She retired in 1982.
Lois served on the board of the Caseville Civic Club, Caseville Community Chest, United Way of Caseville, Huron County Red Cross, Tom Thumb Nursery, Caseville Council of Arts, Huron Memorial Board of Incorporators and Michigan National Association of Bank Women.
She was a former member of St. Roch Catholic Church, the Caseville Eagle's Auxiliary, and Huron Medical Care Center Auxiliary.
She is survived by two sisters and one brother; and many dear nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents and three sisters, Shirley Everingham, Elizabeth Wahl and Adelaide Markel.
A funeral mass will be at 11 AM Thursday, November 7th, at St. Roch Catholic Church with Fr. Robert Pare presiding. Burial will be in New River Cemetery, Port Austin.
photo of Lois from the Champagne Funeral Chapel web site. (www.cfcelkton.com/)