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Janene "Jan" Everitt

July 2, 1943 - July 30, 2018

Funeral Service Saturday August 4, 2018 11:00 AM

Carolyn Janene (Jan) Call Everitt, 75, passed away at home peacefully on July 30, 2018.  Jan was born in Pocatello, ID on 2 July 1943 as the first child to Carolyn Johnson & Lowell E. Call.  As a child, Jan traveled around the world with her family while her father served in the military, she was proud to say she was an “Airforce Brat.”  She graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Social Work from Brigham Young University.  Jan served as a missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day saints in the Australia South Mission.  While in college she met her husband, William Snyder Everitt and they were married in the Salt Lake City, Utah temple.  After finishing college, she moved to Wellsville, Utah, where she raised 4 children, pets, a beautiful yard and vegetable garden. 

Jan lovingly forced her love of arts through involving others around her in music, dance, plays, musicals, quilting, costuming, beading…  She kept pencils, paper, scissors & tape readily available, encouraging creativity in all children who entered her home.  Jan extended her love to everyone, making special efforts to include others who were less fortunate and needing friendship.  Her love of children grew even more as a grandmother and playing with kids on the floor in her nursery job for many years.  Although she couldn’t serve in the nursery the last few months of her life, children from the nursery continued to visit her.  Jan was released from her nursery calling the day before she died. 

Jan is survived by her spouse, Bill Everitt, four children: Anson (spouse: Miho), Heber (Melanie), Emeline (Jeff), Jake (Natalie), and 15 grandchildren.  In addition, she is survived by siblings Scott (Victoria), Clair (Sandy), Val (Carrie), L. Mont, Lynn & Lori.  She is preceded in death by her parents, and sister Marlae (Mike - living).

Thanks to all the family, friends, neighbors, and Access Home Health and Hospice for the visits, food, and continued care of Jan during her life transition.

A public viewing will be held on Friday, Aug. 3, 2018 from 6-8pm at the Wellsville Stake Center, 31 S. Center Street, Wellsville, UT.  An additional viewing will be held in the same location on Aug. 4, 2018 from 9:30-10:30am.  Funeral Services will begin at 11:00am.  Dedication of the grave will follow the service in the Wellsville City Cemetery. Funeral Services are under the direction of Cache Valley Mortuary 80 W. 4200 N. Hyde Park, Utah. 435-787-8514. Please share a favorite memory of Jan or offer condolences to the family at www.cvmortuary.com



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Aunt Jan was really a fun, enthusiastic, and sweet lady and will definitely be missed by all. Jan was not only a big sister to my mother (Marlae), but also a best friend to her. I remember that in their later years Marlae would spend hours talking to Aunt Jan on her iPhone with the speaker phone enabled and the headset pressed against her ear trying to both hear and be heard (Jan was likely doing the same thing on her end trying to hear as well) - but despite their mutual lack of hearing they both still loved listening to each other and everyone they came in contact with. Some of my fondest memories as a kid of Aunt Jan were being amazed by her immense owl collection, her love of gardening and nature and showing us the fish pond, her very friendly and outgoing personality - very similar to my Grandma Carolyn Call in many ways, and her sincere interest and questions about my life. Another more recent memory that comes to mind was last winter when my Dad and my sons decided to go to hardware ranch for a sleigh ride. We stopped in to say hi to Jan & Bill in Wellsville before the ride up the canyon. Despite our stubbornness, in such a lovingly way Aunt Jan made us load up and take about 10 additional blankets from her house just to make sure we were all warm enough. Sure enough, we ended up needing nearly all of the blankets during the 4 hour wait in line on that cold winter day. Jan’s sincere love and concern for others & enthusiasm for life is something that I’m sure all who came in contact with her will remember. Our love & condolences go out to Bill and all of Jan’s children and grandchildren.
- Ben Rindlisbacher

Jan was a sweetheart to everyone. She will truly be missed. We’ve been friends for such a long time. I will miss not seeing her in the clothing in the temple as she would work the shift after mine. We would get our hugs in and our visiting which I will miss so much. Love you dearly my dear friend.
- Villa Brenchley

We have always appreciated Jan and Bill's kindness and many years of friendship. Jan will be missed.
- Ernest Blankenship and Family

Jan was a very special person. I first knew her when she moved to Wellsville and was called to be a mutual teacher. We became friends and served together in many things. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time.
- Teresa Bodrero

Funeral Service Details

Saturday August 4, 2018 11:00 AM

Wellsville LDS Stake Center

31 S. Center Street, Wellsville, Utah

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Viewing Details

Friday August 3, 2018 from 6:00 to 8:00 PM

Wellsville LDS Stake Center

31 S. Center Street, Wellsville, Utah

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Second Viewing Details

Saturday August 4, 2018 9:30 to 10:30 AM

Wellsville LDS Stake Center

31 S. Center Street, Wellsville, Utah

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Cemetery Information

Wellsville City Cemetery

400 North 200 East, Wellsville, Utah

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