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Obituary: Michael Charles Everhart, SEPT. 30, 1957 — DEC. 26, 2019

Michael Charles Everhart
Posted: Jan. 14, 2020 3:44 pm

Michael Charles Everhart, 62, of Kitchener, Ontario Canada, passed away Dec. 26, 2019. He was born Sept. 30, 1957, to Thomas Gordon Everhart and Mary J. in Park Forest, Ill.

Survivors are his wife, Michelle; stepdaughter, Nikki Jamjeviic; mother, Mary J. Dudding Everhart of Hannibal; half-brother, Thomas Everhart of Grapevine, Wash.; sisters, JoAnn Everhart of Cary, N.C., Dr. Deborah Everhart (Dr. George Davis) of New Haven, Conn. Reva Everhart (William Liebl) of Madison, Wisc.; nieces, Jennifer Flock (Andreas) and son, Theodore Westerwinter of Paris, France and Ellen Davis of Portland, Ore.; nephews, Andrew Flock of Florence, Ky., Kevin Davis (Tamar) of New York; Ryan and Dylan Liebl of Madison, Wisc.; and uncles, Bobby and Ron Dudding (Dorothy) of Center.

He was preceded in death by his father, Thomas Gordon Everhart; his brother, Warren Lloyd Everhart; grandparents, Lloyd and Reva Dudding of Hannibal; and Charles and Margaret Everhart of Cleveland, Ohio.

Private memorial services were held in Kitchener, Ontario Canada.

Contributions may be made to the donor's choice or to the American Cancer Society.

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