DAVID E. DAVIS, 70 of Rogue River passed away January 20, 2015, at Asante Three Rivers Medical Center. Arrangements by Stephens Family Chapel www.stephensfc.com
JACK EVERETT, 86, passed away peacefully, October 9, 2014, at his home in Rogue River, OR. The youngest of 10, Jack was born in Idaho Falls, ID on October 21, 1927 to Bessie May (Van Epps) and James Henry Everett. He grew up working the family farm and neighboring farms in Rigby, Idaho. He loved hunting & fishing the nearby Snake River in the Swan Valley. Jack attended first grade through high school at Fairview School, Bingham County, ID. Once out of school, he worked on the farm and as a Caterpillar tractor operator until he enlisted in the U.S. Navy on September 1945, near the age of 18. He served on several ships, but primarily, on the U.S.S. Salimone as a Fireman. He was honorably discharged September 1948. Once home from the service, Jack married his long-time sweetheart, Ann Clarice Stagner, on December 2, 1948 in Idaho Falls, ID. He worked various jobs until relocating to Los Angeles, CA in 1951 to work for Western Gear Corporation as a Tool and Die Machinist, settling and raising his family in Fallbrook, CA. He later worked for Deutsch Manufacturing in Oceanside, CA, where he retired as a Master Craftsman in March of 1990. In 1994, Jack and Annmoved from Fall brook and made their retirement home in Rogue River, OR. His interests included fishing, gardening, traveling, and water skiing. He was a member of the Fallbrook VFW and later, the Rogue River VFW. He was also a member of Calvary Chapel of Rogue River.He was a loving husband, father, grandfather, uncle and friend; always hard-working and fun loving. He will bed early missed by so many. Survivors include: four sons, Russel Godard of Corvallis, OR, David Everett of San Antonio, TX, Robyn Everett of Fallbrook, CA, James Everett of Page, AZ; one daughter, Cynthia Kaptein of Williams, OR; 12 grandchildren and 15 great-grand children. Siblings EllenLowery, Lorin Everett, JamesEverett, Orba Howerton,Glen Everett, Ralph Everett, Kent Everett, Mary Maude, Phillip Everett, grandson Clinton Everett, and great-grand daughter Amber Kingprecede Jack in death. He joined his wife, Ann, in Heaven, who also preceded him in death on February 25,2012. A private ocean memorial will be planned in the future. Memorial contributions can be made to RVMC Asante Hospice Medford, OR; Calvary Chapel of Rogue River, Rady Children’s Hospital Foundation, San Diego,CA.