Eva Everett

Obituary of Eva T. Everett

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EVA T. EVERETT peacefully departed this life on Sunday, September 20, 2020 at her home in Oxon Hill, Maryland with her family close by. She was born in Amelia, Virginia on November 3, 1945. Her parents were the late James R. Everett and Martha L. Woodson Everett.


Eva will be remembered as a faithful servant of God, a loving mother, grandmother, sister, niece, and friend. She was caring, vibrant, stylish, and absolutely loved serving people.


Left to cherish Eva’s memory are daughters Sharone Everett and Michelle Everett; grandchildren Roberto (Rob) Everett, Elijah Everett (“Hunk 2”), Legend Parker, and Shareese Everett; great grandchildren Adriel and Legacy Parker; siblings Leroy O. Everett (Ann, a sister-in-law who was more like a sister), and Minister Oleatha Everett Bethea; uncle Charles Woodson; aunts Estelle Woodson, Ernestine Woodson-Cowans (Ronald), Vivian Woodson, Ethel Everett Otey (Lyman), Arthelia Everett Alton (Carlly), and Edna Everett Spann (Walter); nieces, nephews, cousins; very close and special friends Antoine Ledbetter (“Hunk #1”), Gail McKinnon, Melinda Graves, and Robert Johnson.


A service to celebrate Eva’s life and legacy will held on Friday, October 9, 2020 at 11:00 a.m. at the V.Y. Scott Funeral Home Chapel, 4001 Patrick Henry Highway, Amelia, Virginia 23002.

In lieu of flowers and in honor of Eva’s memory, the family asks that any donations be made to the Edith P. Wright Breast Cancer Foundation ►


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Memorial Service

11:00 am
Friday, October 9, 2020
V.Y. Scott Funeral Home Memorial Chapel
14001 Patrick Henry Hwy
Amelia Court House, Virginia, United States
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