Everett "Eggzy" Wendell EggarDecember 16, 1940 ~ August 12, 2017 (age 76)
Everett Wendell “Eggzy” Eggar, 76, of Livingston, Montana passed away unexpectedly, on Saturday, August 12th, 2017 at his home. A Celebration of life will be held, 1:00 P.M., Friday, August 18th, at Livingston Elks Lodge #246, 130 S, 2nd St,. Reception will follow the service.
Everett was born on December 16, 1940, in Livingston. He was the son of Alf John and Phyllis Bernice (Raver) Eggar. He received his education in Livingston attending Park County High School.
While he was still in high school Everett had been working at Al’s Grocery, it was there he met the true love of his life. On June 10, 1962, Everett was united in marriage to Jane Vandervort, at American Lutheran Church in Livingston. They were blessed with two daughters, Wendellen and Pamela Lynn. Everett and Jane lived in California for a short time while Everett was attending trade school.
Once back in Livingston Everett went to work for his family, Eggar Brothers Masonry. He later went out on his own working all over the region laying stone, tile and the best masonry work around. We can’t say he retired because he would pick up odd jobs, he just couldn’t say no…
For a strong mason he had the tenderest of hearts. He loved his family and was very proud of them. He tried his hardest to let the girls know to live life to the fullest and not to put off for tomorrow, what you could do now. He loved his friends and enjoyed time spent with them; you probably had a nick-name he had given you.
We love you and will miss you so much for so long.
Everett is survived by his: wife, Jane Eggar of Livingston, daughters, Wendellen “Wendy” Zaremski and her husband, Dennis William Zaremski and Pamela Lynn “Pam” Printz and her husband, Rod Printz, both of Livingston; grandson, Ethan Zaremski; siblings, Peggy Eggar of Washington and Shirley Talcott of California. Other relatives and friends.
Everett is preceded in death by his parents, John and Phyllis Eggar.
Arrangements are under the care of Franzen-Davis Funeral Home and Crematory.