Everett Lowerison
1936 - 2024
Everett Lowerison
Service Information
Service Date
Wednesday May 22, 2024
Service Time
11:00am
Service Location
Sackville Cemetery
Requested Charity
Charity of choice
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It is with sadness that we announce the passing of Everett Nelson Lowerison, 87, of Sackville, and formerly of Dorchester, NB on Saturday, May 11, 2024 at the Sackville Memorial Hospital.  Everett was born in Sackville on November 16, 1936 a son of the late Carman and Jane (Holmes) Lowerison.

Everett had worked at Atlantic Wholesalers for well over 30 years.  He was very interested in hockey and baseball and loved cheering for the Detroit Red Wings.  He was an umpire for the children's baseball league in Dorchester as well as an avid player himself.

Everett had been a devoted member of AA since 1987.

Everett will be sadly missed by his siblings, Thomas Blair (Lois), Pembroke, ON, Dean (Karen), Petawawa Village, ON, Jeannie Lowerison, Dorchester; a sister-in-law, Maryjean Lowerison, Dorchester; a brother-in-law, Ed Clements, Shediac, as well as numerous nieces and nephews.

Besides his parents, he was predeceased by his siblings Carman Jr., June MacNeil, Evelyn Coates, Kenny Lowerison, Helen Phinney, Shirley Clements, and Connie Adams.

Everett's family would like to thank the staff at the Autumn Lee Special Care Home for their continued support over his 14 year stay, as well as EMS and the doctor's, nurses, assistants and staff at the Sackville Memorial Hospital for their exceptional compassion and care.

Arrangements are under the care and supervision of Jones Funeral Home, 70 Bridge Street, Sackville (506-364-1300).  A graveside service will be held at the Sackville Cemetery on Wednesday May 22, 2024 at 11 am, Father Craig O'Brien presiding.

Donations in memory of Everett may be given to a charity of the donor's choice.

Sharing of memories and condolences may be sent to the family by visiting the online memorial at www.jonesfuneralhome.ca or through the Jones Funeral Home Facebook Page.

Everett Lowerison