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Everett Wood Jr.

9 mayo , 194310 octubre , 2020
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Everett Wood Jr., 77 of Morristown, TN., passed away at Morristown-Hamblen Hospital on Saturday, October 10, 2020. Everett, the oldest of 13, was born to the late Everett Wood Sr. and Helen (Cardwell) Wood on May 9, 1943 in Luttrell, TN.

He was married to Linda for 27 years before her passing June, 2020.

Everett graduated from Clinton Central High School and retired from Delco in 2005. He was an avid fisherman and loved the outdoors.

He enlisted in the Army National Guard and served at Ft Leonard Wood for 5 years. He received the Sharpshooter decoration during his service

Everett was passionate about putting family first. He was a stranger to no one. He loved the Lord Jesus and displayed it through his love for people.

He was preceded in death by his wife Linda and son Warren. Surviving are his daughters Cindy Wood and Melissa Huff, sons Tim and Michael Wood, and step-sons Chris and Greg Liston. He had 16 grandchildren, 20 great grandchildren, and 1 great great grandchild.

Funeral Services for Everett will be held at Ellers Mortuary & Cremation Center Webster Chapel on Tuesday October 27, 2020 at 12pm with visiting prior from 10:30am to noon. There will be military honors presented at the Galveston cemetery with the Kokomo VFW Post 1152 and the United States Army.

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Jerry Bailey

27 octubre , 2020

Im so sorry to hear of Everett’s passing. I started an apprenticeship at Delco, in 1996, and Everett was the first journeyman that I trained under. He was a great man, friend, and teacher, as we all know. I had the pleasure of going on a few out of town and state fishing trips with him over the years, along with Denny Miller. We sure had some good times. On a trip to Hovey lake, Everett and I were in a tiny 12-14 foot boat and a 23 pound big head carp jumped in the boat when he started the motor. That was exciting to say the least. I regret not making it down to Tennessee to fish with him. Once again, my deepest condolences. He will be missed.

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