OBITUARY

Everett E. Washburn Sr.

August 20, 1932April 5, 2021

Everett E. Washburn Sr., age 88 of Social Circle, Georgia, drew his last breath April 5, 2021. He was born August 20, 1932 to Willis and Mina Washburn in Haleyville, Alabama. Everett served his country in the United States Army, a Korean War Veteran. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge along with the VFW of Loganville. Everett LIVED! He packed so much life in his 88 years, driving until he was 87! Everett had the natural talent and personality of making friends, no matter the situation. A man of many words and stories, some factual and others not so factual, that would draw out lackluster conclusions. A man of true integrity and honor. Everett was truly a great man/Dad whose impact will forever be felt by the family that loves him dearly and knows that they will see each other again. He was a selfless man whose passing has left a hole that only he can fill. His ability to love, sacrifice, provide, support and forgive will forever be lessons to all he knew.

He loved his football, especially the Alabama Crimson Tide and enjoyed NASCAR.

Preceded in death by his loving wife Remoina Washburn, son Timothy Washburn Sr., Grandson Austin Washburn, Great Grandson Everett Ferguson, Parents Willis and Mina Washburn, Brothers Gilbert Washburn and Warren Washburn.

Everett, the most devoted and loving husband, dad and PaPaw is survived by his son & daughter-in-law Everett E. & Pam Washburn Jr., Daughter & son-in law Lisa & AJ Andrzejewski, Grandchildren Nicole (Whit) Ferguson, Heather (Ronny) Miller, Tim Washburn Jr., Brittany Washburn, Alan Andrzejewski, Danielle Andrzejewski, TJ Andrzejewski, Chris (Andrea) Andrzejewski, 11 Great Grandchildren, Daughter in-law Alex Washburn and a host of longtime friends. “SO MOTE IT BE”

Dad was a Korean War Veteran, if you would like to make a donation in his name, please do so to the Wounded Warrior Project: https://support.woundedwarriorproject.org

Services

  • Visitation

    Saturday, April 10, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Saturday, April 10, 2021

  • Committal Service

    Saturday, April 10, 2021

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Alex Washburn

April 9, 2021

As I lit a candle today at mass,In loving memory of my father-in-law, I thought about the story of a love lost that could never be replaced; Timothy's mother. He once explained to me that with this lost, the love of family helped shoulder the pain. I will forever be grateful to him for the love of Timothy he shared with me. My days are filled with the great joy of all of Timothy's memories, stories & pictures; they comfort me in my overwhelming grief and pain.

May the love, grace & mercy of God be with him & our family

Mrs. Alex Washburn, widow
Of Timothy Thomas Washburn,Sr.

Kim DeLoney

April 9, 2021

I didn’t get to know Mr Everett for very long but it didn’t take long to know what a special man he was. He always had a smile and a story and was eager to share both. He will always remain a favorite for me. I know he will be greatly missed

David Gaskill

April 9, 2021

I remember meeting Everett Senior and Junior in 1994 on a warehouse project in Atlanta. A great man full of life and a true pleasure to be around and work with. The team was the best I have ever worked with. He will be truly missed.

Lisa Andrzejewski

April 9, 2021

John & Jean Anchors

April 9, 2021

Everett was a great friend and we had an ongoing rivalry as opposing football fans, I am a diehard Georgia fan and of course Everett was the consummate BAMA fan. We would have great conversations regarding our teams, and sadly for me when they met on the field, Georgia would often lose. Being the gentlemen he was, Everett would not rub it in too badly. Our Town Park community will forever remember and miss our friend and neighbor.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY

Biography

Everett E. Washburn Sr., age 88 of Social Circle, Georgia, drew his last breath April 5, 2021. He was born August 20, 1932 to Willis and Mina Washburn in Haleyville, Alabama. Everett served his country in the United States Army, a Korean War Veteran. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge along with the VFW of Loganville. Everett LIVED! He packed so much life in his 88 years, driving until he was 87! Everett had the natural talent and personality of making friends, no matter the situation. A man of many words and stories, some factual and others not so factual, that would draw out lackluster conclusions. A man of true integrity and honor. Everett was truly a great man/Dad whose impact will forever be felt by the family that loves him dearly and knows that they will see each other again. He was a selfless man whose passing has left a hole that only he can fill. His ability to love, sacrifice, provide, support and forgive will forever be lessons to all he knew.

He loved his football, especially the Alabama Crimson Tide and enjoyed NASCAR.

Preceded in death by his loving wife Remoina Washburn, son Timothy Washburn Sr., Grandson Austin Washburn, Great Grandson Everett Ferguson, Parents Willis and Mina Washburn, Brothers Gilbert Washburn and Warren Washburn.

Everett, the most devoted and loving husband, dad and PaPaw is survived by his son & daughter-in-law Everett E. & Pam Washburn Jr., Daughter & son-in law Lisa & AJ Andrzejewski, Grandchildren Nicole (Whit) Ferguson, Heather (Ronny) Miller, Tim Washburn Jr., Brittany Washburn, Alan Andrzejewski, Danielle Andrzejewski, TJ Andrzejewski, Chris (Andrea) Andrzejewski, 11 Great Grandchildren, Daughter in-law Alex Washburn and a host of longtime friends. “SO MOTE IT BE”

Dad was a Korean War Veteran, if you would like to make a donation in his name, please do so to the Wounded Warrior Project: https://support.woundedwarriorproject.org