Everett L. Ferrier, age 94, of 8144 Garth Point Lane, Rapid River died Thursday evening August 25, 2005 at the Christian Park Village in Escanaba where he was a resident. Everett was born March 3, 1911 in North Branch, Michigan the son of Isaac and Nina (Lindsay) Ferrier and he was raised in Imlay City, Michigan. Everett was employed for 22 years as the Head Custodian at the Garden City High School in Garden City. Following his retirement in 1973 he moved to Rapid River. Everett
Please know that we are praying for you and the entire family at this time. We are thankful for you and dedication to Uncle Everett.
Our love, George, Nell, Chad & Laura and Courtney
George O. Nightingale
Orange Park, FL
We are saddened to find out Uncle Everett passed away. He was a great man and will be missed by all that knew him. Our thoughts and love go to his family.
We found out after the funeral that he had passed away. Wish we could have been there.
From the family of Jerry Ferrier:
Linda Kitchner, Gloria Fredericks, Vicki Stocker, Darlene Ellis and Wilma Charlier
Rochester Hills, MI
The end of the world is coming soon. Therefore, be earnest and disciplined in your prayers. Most important of all, continue to show deep love for each other, for love covers a multitude of sins.
Cheerfully share your home with those who need a meal or a place to stay. (1 Peter 4:7-9 NLT)
We desired to share our home with Everett, I hope you all know that we really wanted to help him and Florence. May God help you all as you deal with this. We have been praying for all of you and will continue.
Rev. Earl and Mrs. Duncan
Garden City, MI
Don, Shirley, Joyce, Phyllis and families,
Thank you for sharing Grandpa Elf with us. He was a great gentle man who enriched the lives of my family and we will greatly miss him. I know that my Dad has missed his partner the last year and fondly remembers the woodworking projects, hunting and just sharing a cup of coffee. Our thoughts and Prayers are with all of you.
Debbie Broeders Erkert
To Florence and the Family of Everett Ferrier,
Please accept my deepest sympathy in the loss of your loved one.
I witnessed, first hand, the love that you had for Everett and could also see that your love was mutual.
Do hold on to all the wonderful memories that you have of Everett and know that one day you may share those memories with him. Until then, his love remains with you here on earth.
May it comfort you to know that God is with you and that I am praying for your family during this most difficult time.
With Caring Thoughts and Prayers,
Nurse Aide @ Christian Park Village
Mrs. Ferrier I met you and your husband at the Nursing Home. A few times I sat at the same table for dinner with my Uncle Ray and Aunt Naomi Morin from Rapid River. I wish to express my sympathy to you and your family. Love and prayers always until the end of my time.