William Ramon EVERINGHAM
U.S. Army medic
Enginner at General Motors, Corp.
b.30 Dec 1932 in Kinde, MI
d.6 March 2018, Big Rapids, MI
Judith Anne NEMEC b.29 Oct 1937
married 17 May 1958 in Saginaw, MI
divorced 1977

Betty Louise FRYE b.29 Aug 1931
married 6 Oct. 1977

William Ramon EVERINGHAM (b.1892)
Florence R. KENT (b.1895)
children: EVERINGHAM
  1. Daniel Ramon (b.5 Oct 1959)
  2. Laura Anne (b.10 Aug 1962)
Children were born in Saginaw, MI
  1. Elizabeth Eugenia (b.1 Sep 1917)
  2. Lois Jane (b.1920)
  3. Charlotte Marie (b.22 Jan 1922)
  4. Florence Adelaide (b.21 Sep 1924)
  5. Aileen Ramona (b.21 Feb 1929)
  6. Shirley Reinette (b.1 Feb 1931)
fact sources and writings about this individual:
Research of Kevin Everingham of MI 1999 & 2018 (photo of William from his obituary)

2018 OBITUARY, STANWOOD, MI -- William "Bill" R. Everingham, 85, of Stanwood, passed away March 6, 2018, at Spectrum Health Big Rapids Hospital. A visitation will take place from 1 to 2 p.m. on Monday, March 12, followed by burial in Mount Hope Cemetery, Mecosta.

Bill was born Dec. 30, 1932, the son of William and Florence (Kent) Everingham. After he graduated high school, Bill joined the U.S. Army, and proudly served his country for four years as a medic. After being honorably discharged from the Army, he took a job at General Motors. He continued working for them as an engineer in product development until his retirement. He enjoyed golfing at Canadian Lakes and in Florida during the winter. He enjoyed helping others. He was a caring, giving, loving and devoted husband, father, grandfather, brother, uncle and friend.

Bill will be greatly missed by his loving wife, Betty Frye; children, Daniel (Lore) Everingham and Laura Anne (Timothy) Metiva; step-children, Lawrence (Sharon) Frye, Kevin (Donna) Frye and Laura Ann (James) Veldhuis; sister, Katherine (Kit) Tamblyn; grandchildren, Joshua and Joseph Metiva; step-grandchildren, Blake and Blaine Veldhuis, Kevin and Kristin Frye, Joshua Frye, and Tracy Nester; great-granddaughter, Ellianna Nester; and many nieces and nephews. He will be especially missed by Willow and Bella, the toy poodles he and Betty adopted and made part of their family. He was preceded in death by his parents and four sisters.

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