September 25, 1945 – July 2, 2019
It is with great sadness that the family announces of the passing of William Glen Everett, 73 of Conway Arkansas after he lost his battle with cancer on Tuesday July 2, 2019 at 4:34pm. He leaves behind his son Jason (Katie) Everett, along with his three grandchildren Keegan, Braeden and Dyllen. His sister Sheena (Mack), his niece Summer (James) Boudreaux, his nephews Luke and Harley Smith, his great niece Alexis (Connie) Newlin. He was born September 25, 1945 in Morrilton Arkansas. Son of William Taft Everett and Glenna Lynch Everett. After living in Kansas City Missouri he returned to his home state of Arkansas until his passing. Glen was a US Army Veteran of the Vietnam War era. He retired from sales, he never lost his passion for cars, travel and zest for life. He had an incredible sense of humor and never met a stranger. He could accomplish anything he set his mind to do. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him.
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July 22, 2019
Our deepest sympathy to the family. My husband Jim and I lived across the street from Glenn and Ellen until her passing and then just Glenn to finish about 18 years. We were very close and loved his friendship, cooking, and sense of humor. Every day I would see Glenn from my kitchen window when I first got up. He wore a white t-shirt with khaki shorts and a floppy hat. He was ready to work in his flower gardens. He kept a beautiful yard! As the years wore on, he would occasionally forget to shut his garage door, so I would call him and tell him it was open. One such night, I called him and told him I had just seen a skunk go into his garage. Of course it wasn’t true, but he bought the story hook, line, and sinker. We shared a good laugh over that, and I will always treasure that memory. He was our dear friend with whom we spent many good times. We will miss him dearly. To his family, he loved you deeply and had looked forward to moving close to Sheena and much more family. He told me there was so much love there. Jason, he was proud of you and loved you and your family. May you all have happy memories to cherish as he always cherished you. God bless you all.
Linda and Jim Berman
July 10, 2019
Jason and family, we are very sorry for your loss. Glenn was a fantastic neighbor in Centennial Valley Hudson Cove. We always enjoyed visiting with him and always a Smile to greet you and his waves. We miss his “Hi’s”, Smile and waves from across the way.
July 8, 2019
To the family, I was so sorry to hear of your loss. My husband and I were longtime friends of Glenn and Ellen. We had many fun times together. My husband got sick, and we drifted apart. Last time I talked with Glenn, he had just lost Ellen. We planned to get together but never made it. God bless you all. 💕
July 7, 2019
I hate to hear about Glen's passing. He and I were dear friends growing up in Morrilton and for years after we both left our hometown. Even though I hadn't had contact with Glen in years, I always considered him one of my dearest childhood friends. Glen had one of the best personalities I've ever known and was gifted with the ability to make friends with anyone. Rest in peace my dear friend.... Glenn Stacks