Everett E. Jewell Sr., 87, of Sunset Beach, North Carolina, passed away peacefully at home on September 3rd, 2021 during an afternoon nap. He is survived by his two sons, Everett “Butch” Jewell Jr., and Michael Jewell, along with his two daughters, Cheryl Schrum and Lisa Chambers. He will be loved and missed by 10 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren. His surviving siblings include: James G. Jewell Jr., Pete Jewell, Jennie Fulwiler, Doug Jewell, Debbie Short, and Bill Ramsey.
Everett was born in Fauquier County, Virginia on February 3rd, 1934 to James G. Jewell Sr., and Mary M. Jewell. Everett relocated to the Northern Virginia area where he built a close knit family and many friends in the community. Everett enlisted in the Navy and served during the Korean War protecting our country. After the Navy, he worked for the United Food & Commercial Works Union (UFCW) where he worked to serve the average working men and women of this country. He retired from UFCW as Treasurer, and settled in Sunset Beach, North Carolina for his remaining years. For his entire life, even with all of the tragedy and heartache he experienced, Everett’s passion was always his family, friends, and, of course, Golf. For this, he will be truly missed by all.
Everett was preceded in death by both of his parents, as well as his first wife, Barbara Ann, and his second wife, Charlotte Ann, and his two brothers: Delaney Jewell and John Ramsey.
Everett shall be interred at Quantico National Cemetery at a later day with a Celebration of Life gathering to follow. In lieu of flowers, please donate to Everett’s VFW Lodge below:
111 State Hwy 57 N.,
Little River, SC, 29566
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