Carol Ann Everts

March 5, 1943November 9, 2020

Carol Everts passed away peacefully in Mason Michigan Monday November 9th at the age of 77. She was proceeded in death by her husband, Vernon (Bud) Everts. Survived By daughters Kimberly (Jeff) Goodman, Tracey (Bruce) Moore and son Scott (Brenda) Everts, Grandchildren Ashley (Andrew) Burgett, Dustin (Nicole) Moore, Kenneth Everts, Sydne Everts, Meghan Everts, Jeremy Kores, Jacob Kores, Jeffrey (Brittany) Goodman, Gabrielle Hubert and 8 Great Grandchildren.

The family will be receiving family and friends for a celebration of life at a later date. Donations in Carol’s memory can be made to Green Acres Retirement Living, 1025 East Ash St, Mason MI 48854-Activity Fund.

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Marjean Everts Torres

December 3, 2020

So very sorry to hear about Carol. Hope the family is all doing well. Much love.
Marjean Everts Torres and Family

Barb DePue

November 20, 2020

Carol, if we lit candle not for every year you’ve been with us, but for every kind word you’ve ever spoken, every kind deed you’ve ever done, every life you’ve ever touched our days and world would be a radiant glow. RIP Carol, the memories of you and Bud will always be dear to my heart.

My deepest sympathy to your wonderful family. Her wings were ready, but our heart’s were not. I hope you can find comfort in the love that surrounds you during this difficult time. Warm hugs to all.

Love, Barb DePue

Kirsten Burchill

November 18, 2020

I always loved going over to Bud, and Carol’s home throughout the years! Their daughter Kim, is one of my best friends, so I have many great memories, when I was growing up, spending time with the Everts family! Their home was always filled with lots of laughter, and they were always so welcoming! I’ll fondly remember all of the fun times we spent together!

Much Love & God Bless

Sandy Guthrie

November 18, 2020

Sorry for your loss. Carol and I had some good memories from Green Acres. She loved getting her nails done every week and we would talk and laugh. Living in the country you don’t always know your neighbors which was the case with us. When Carol moved her barn cat came over to our place and my husband started feeding it. So now it is our cat. For some reason I am afraid of cats. Carol and I laughed about this always. Then about 6 months latter we found this cat was a female. Yep! She had 4 kittens! We waited until they were old enough and gave them to friends that had a big barn and rushed her in to be fixed. Of course my husband has taken care of her all this time. He even named her Ragmop. I loved Carol too. RIP.

Judi ( kibbey) wentland

November 17, 2020

So sorry to hear of Carol's passing. I worked with Carol for many year's at Schmidt's. An so enjoyed the flower shop she owned in Mason. you always knew you would get a beautiful arrangement when you ordered. Thinking of you all. Prayers sent your way.

Dennis whipple

November 17, 2020

Our Love & prayers are with the entire family. We have known Carol & Bud & family for so many wonderful years and have had so many good times at the many parties we were at. Her smile & sense of humor would light up a room and she will definitely be missed. RIP dear friend.

Dennis & Sharon Whipple

Chad Williams

November 17, 2020

Always enjoyed my time with Scott at Carol's house. Having fun listening to her telling stories about Scott and the girls, the parties her and Bud would throw, and how much she loved her grandkids. Always made me feel at home, getting after me, as much as she did Scott. She will be greatly missed.

Joy Haney

November 12, 2020

She was known by many.... to me she was Aunt Carol..... I loved her spirit, tenacity and sense of humor. Her home was as warm as her heart and can we say let the fun begin..... being around her made life fun.....she was and is one of my biggest inspirations and I aspire to live half the life she lived! She is the definition of family I Love you R.I.P Beautiful.... xoxoxo