Everett M. Allcock

May 26, 1918April 9, 2012

Everett M. Allcock, 93, of Fall River, died Monday, April 9, 2012 in the Kimwell Nursing Home. He was the husband of the late June E. (Mayo) Allcock and the late Jane Allcock.

Born in Fall River, a son of the late Robert and Mary Ann (Sellers) Allcock, he had been a longtime resident of Fall River and lived in Portsmouth for over 30 years.

A Veteran of the United States Navy he served during World War II and worked as a Supervisor at the former Firestone Rubber and Latex Company for 32 years before retiring in 1971. He was a member of the King Philip Lodge in Fall River and enjoyed gardening.

He is survived by two step daughters; Linda Rodrigues and her husband Mark and Susan Cabral both of Fall River, three step-sons; Richard Bumpus of Warwick, Ronald Bumpus and his wife Susan of New Bedford, and Robert Bumpus of Cape Coral, FL, one niece; Maryann Dumont and her husband Ronald of Stuart, FL, one nephew; John M. Doucette and his wife Kathy of Skowhegan, ME, and many step grandchildren and great grandchildren. He was brother of the late Hannah Smith and Doris Ellis.

His Funeral will be held Thursday, April 12, 2012 at 11:00AM in the WARING-SULLIVAN HOME OF MEMORIAL TRIBUTE at CHERRY PLACE 178 Winter St. Fall River. Visiting hours prior to his service from 10:00 to 11:00AM. Contributions in his honor may be made to the Thomas Chew Memorial Boys and Girls Club 803 Bedford St, Fall River, MA 02723. Burial in Oak Grove Cemetery, Fall River.



  • Visitation Thursday, April 12, 2012
  • Funeral Service Thursday, April 12, 2012


  • Burial

Everett M. Allcock

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Maryann Dupont

April 15, 2012

Dear Uncle Everett, I will never forget your precious smile and our long talks. You were my guiding light and my shining star. Your guidance throughout my life made me the person I grew to be. I will forever miss you. I will always be your little chatterbox and you will always be my special hero. Love, Maryann

Linea McQuay

April 12, 2012

Your sparkling smile and sweet nature I met almost six years ago when I first started working at Kimwell. I looked forward to seeing you each day. I have since moved on, but have never forgotten you. We talked about your wife, your family, ballroom dancing and the Red Sox. May you rest in peace my friend...

shirley silva

April 10, 2012

My Granddaughter wrote this she is a CNA at Kimwell and she makes her family proud for the love she shows

One of the best parts of my job if being able to meet some of the most amazing people. E.A., it has truly been such a privilege to have been able to take care of you for the past two years. You've brought me so many smiles and laughs, and we will remember what a good, beautiful soul you were. It hasn't fully set in that you've moved on, but our hearts are filled with grief, yet we are comforted that you are happy with the Lord, and I'm so grateful that He let me give you a kiss on the cheek good-bye last time I saw you... less of a "good-bye" and more of a "see you later, friend". My prayers are with you and your loved ones, and you are loved and missed! Rest In Peace, sweet angel! ♥

John Doucette

April 10, 2012

Uncle Everett I will miss you. You are the reason I became the man I have become. I will always remember my time with you and all you taught me. The summers at your place from the time I was 5 years old meant the world to me. You taught me right and wrong and how to deal with alot of hard situations. You were the families rock and everyone looked up to you. I will miss you , but you will always be in my mind and heart. John (Malcolm) Doucette Jr.

Wendy Lacombe

April 10, 2012

Everette, you will be sadly missed by all of us at Kimwell! Rest in Peace