Brian James Everman

May 9, 1961August 25, 2020
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Brian James Everman, 59, of Conroe, TX, passed away August 25, 2020.

He was born in Dover, NJ on May 9, 1961. Brian graduated from Warren Township High School.

Brian had a career in ground maintenance for Continental/United Airlines. He had a passion for racing, target shooting, fishing, and spending time with his children and grandson.

He was proceeded in death by his father, Elmer Everman Jr.

He is survived by his mother, Joan Everman; children, Hayley and Thomas Everman; grandson, Bryson; siblings, Judy Smith, Brenda (Mark) Blaine, Nancy Balmiz, Elmer (Tina) Everman, and Cindy (Bob) Holmes; and many nieces and nephews.

A private visitation will be held at Forest Park The Woodlands Funeral Home.

A private memorial service will be held at Forest Park The Woodlands Funeral Home.


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    Wednesday, September 16, 2020



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judith smith

September 16, 2020

i am at loss right now there is a big hole in my heart and life i cant put into words how i feel i would do anything to bring u back you were a mentor and teacher to my kids and were always there no matter what so many good times that we had i wish that we had more time tougher but god called u home we will meet again someday
love u so much
your sister judy

Brenda Blaine

September 16, 2020

Dear Brian,
As we gather to mourn the loss of you, we also are celebrating your time with us on earth. You were and still are dearly loved. The void in our hearts will never leave us. We are all so greatfull that we had you as our brother. Your legacy will live on through your family and your children and grandson.
I for one will miss your smile and playful nature. You reached out to those in need and also comforted those who needed it.
You will always live in my heart.
Love and god speed,
Brenda and family

Cindy Holmes

September 15, 2020

For my Brother who I will miss so much who was always there for everyone anyone... my goodbye to him:

I came to see you, but your not here
This time it seems a different type of year.
They’ll be no last dinner, family photo or reminisce,
Just tears of sorrow, thoughts unspoken and a man, my brother so greatly missed.

God Speed Brian. Thank you for the love, teaching and being one of the two best brothers God graced me with. Your irreplaceable. I love you Man!

Jill & Jimmy McGehee

September 15, 2020

What great times you guys had. Working late nights on the race car. The fun you guys had trying to pull the trailer when people were trying to cut on
Or running over to the Chinese place for several servings of rice. I was glad that Jim and I could help out at the race track the night the sprint car went off the track. You were funny and so kind. You will be greatly missed by many.. you always had such great stories about your dogs. With people messing around the garage or with one of them tearing up a cat

Jim is sure you, your dad and
grandfather will have a heck of a race team together . Peace to all.

Ruth (Bott) White

September 7, 2020

Even though we lived far I was so saddened with the news you are gone. I know you are with your Dad and safe. You will be missed but your memories live on.
I will always remember sitting around nana & papa's table talking about your adventures in Germany when you came back on leave and how hard we all laughed when you talked about drinking alittle to much and peeing on the electric fence (ouch).
God speed my cousin you will always be remembered.

joan balmiz

September 4, 2020

I love this picture miss you uncle Brian

Joshua Lozelle

September 2, 2020

Sometimes whenever me and hayley would play games he would hop on and join and play with us

Joan Balmiz

August 31, 2020

I'll never forget how you taught me to tie my shoes, it was not easy being right handed to a left handed mom lol, you and grampa helped raise me and my brothers since our dad was gone. Uncle Brian I love and miss you so much and I'm so glad our last conversation was a good one. You'll always be my uncle and my dad just like grampa💜 rest well uncle till we meet again you and grampa are gonna have a hell of a good race team up there!!

Janet Landree

August 31, 2020

From the races to the football playing with all of us at the family gathers and sometimes the drive in theater. Was always fun. Rest easy uncle brian

Jeff Smith

August 31, 2020

I have many childhood memories from sunset ave. Always had a blast with Uncle Brian brought the fun to the family parties growing up.


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