William Patrick Everitt passed away suddenly on Thursday, October 7th, 2021. Age 79 years.

Predeceased by parents Wilfred and Annie ‘Mae’ Everitt. Beloved husband of the late Joyce (Madigan) Everitt. Loving father of Pat and his wife Melanie; Joanne (Darren) and Gary and his wife Jen. Cherished grandfather of Sarah (Craig), Christopher (Amber), Ryan, Blake, Kayla (Craig) and Tyler. Great grandfather of Lukas, Brier, Mackenzie, Elana, and Carrington. Brother of Shirl, Sharon, Jim, Jack, Chris and the late Eleanor, Curly and Terry. Fondly remembered by his nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

Friends will be received at the Logan Funeral Home on Tuesday, October 12th between the hours of 6:00 – 8:00 P.M. and at St. James United Church on Wednesday, October 13th from 1:00 – 2:00 P.M.

Funeral Service on Wednesday, October 13th at St. James United Church at 2:00 P.M. Please note it is required for all who come to wear a mask and social distance, seating will be provided to accommodate.

Cremation to follow.

As expressions of sympathy donations to the St. James United Church, Parry Sound Friendship Centre, or the charity of your choice would be appreciated by the family.

To join the Funeral Service by Zoom:
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Our sympathy to Bill's family. We are all going to miss Bill. Knowing him was a great gift.

-Les & Judy Kovacs

So sorry for your family's loss

-Misty Foley (Groves)

"Uncle Bill": l have great memories from my childhood of uncle Bill and aunt Joyce at family reunions, their time as superintendents of the Scarborough highrise buildings we went for indoor swims, and visits to my parents house in Barrie. He was the kindest, gentle giant, caring, warm man with a smile from ear to ear that sticks in your memory. I hope you and joyce will enjoy eternal peace together up in the heavens above smiling down on us all r.i.p. "Uncle Bill"

-Aaron William Everitt

Very sorry to hear of your loss. I worked for Bill for a couple of summers at Crestview Square in Nobel over 35 years ago and I still have many fond memories. He was very kind and helpful and a pleasure to know. Praying your family will have peace and comfort at this time,

-Delcoe Jeffery

Our deepest sympathy. Didn't know Bill well but knew him from helping Gary for different jobs. Always happy and always had a hello. Truly will be missed.

-Larry and Jennifer Jordan

Our sincere condolences to Bill's family. As neighbours we got to know Bill and he will be missed. For the short time we knew Bill he was always a great person to talk with. He was always busy doing work around his home or other people's projects.

-Patti and Terry

I met Bill when I worked at the Mary Street Centre. What a delight it was to have known him. That wonderful smile, those sparkling eyes and the quiet, unassuming sense of humour brighten my day and that of many others. His dedication to St. James United and its maintenance was remarkable and so needed and appreciated. My sincere sympathy to his family and friends. Lynda Marshall

-Lynda Marshall

Our sympathy to Bill's family; I too met him and his wife through the church. We will all miss his cheerful way.

-Roberta Healey

There was, and will ever only be, one Bill Everitt: physically strong, knowledgeable on countless things from wires to sinks to engines to computers to chocolate-making, humble, quietly hilarious, very hardworking, sincere, non-judgmental, honest, kind, loyal, amazingly adaptable, a rock who was always there when you needed anything. The world has lost one of its best and is just a little less wonderful without Bill. May God's face shine upon him and be gracious unto him. Jim, Dianne and family.

-Rev. Dianne Everitt

From my brother, Andrew Vance: "I want to express my sadness and condolences at hearing of Bill’s passing. I’ll always remember him as a kind and gentle man and he was, in particular, helpful to me personally many years ago in my early days at Carabob Court in Toronto, where I still live. Rest in peace, Bill. Andrew Vance

-Rev. Dianne Everitt