Anthony William Everett
Anthony W. Everett, Age 67, of Flushing, passed away peacefully on September 16, 2023 surrounded by his family . At this point cremation has taken place. Expressions of sympathy may be shared with the family on Anthony’s Tribute Wall at detroitcremationsociety.com. A Celebration of Life in Anthony’s honor will be held at the VFW Hall on Elms Rd in Swartz Creek Michigan (3131 Elms Rd Swartz Creek, MI 48473) on Sunday October 8th 2023 from 4pm to 8pm. There will be food and non alcoholic drinks and people are encouraged to bring a dish or beverage to pass if they’d like to . In lieu of flowers the family will be accepting donations to cover Anthony’s final expenses. These can be given in person at the memorial or at https://gofund.me/a801a815
Anthony William Everett was born on October 9, 1955, in Flint, Michigan, the oldest son and oldest of eight children to Mr. and Mrs. Bill and Theo (Blissett) Everett. He attended St John Vianney school as a child and later Powers Catholic High School. He worked at AC Spark plug for over 30 years and retired. He was a passionate music lover and also played bass guitar. He played and enjoyed hockey his whole life. Anthony loved home improvement and made many friends fixing homes along the way. He was a proud member of narcotics anonymous and a believer in the power of second chances. He loved his family and friends deeply. He found great joy in helping others.
Anthony is survived by his sons; Anthony Everett II (and wife Dani Everett), Andrew Everett, Paul Everett and Michael Everett and by his grandchildren; Anthony III (T3), Hayden, Leo and Elizabeth. His Sisters; Teresa, Elena, Annette, Marie and Michele and his brother Billy. His Uncle Mike Everett and many other aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins.
Anthony is preceded in death by his father Bill Everett, his son Phillip Everett and his brother Jim Everett as well as his grandparents; Wilton and Helen Everett and Ira and Katherine Blissett.
Anthony’s obituary was written by his loving family.
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