MADISON, GA'S HISTORIC CEMETERIES
Madison Memorial Cemetery
HENRY OLIN MARY KATHRYN
EVERITT Sr. ZACHRY EVERITT
From: The Madisonian January 30, 1997
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MADISON, Ga. - Kathryn Zachry Everitt died Sunday October 11th after almost 94 years of life on this earth.
She lived most of that time in Madison, Georgia where she was a member of the First United Methodist Church. Kathryn was born in West Point, Georgia in 1915, married Henry Olin Everitt in 1934 and began married life together in Covington, Ga.
They moved to Madison in 1938, two years after the birth of their first son Henry Olin Everitt Jr. Their second son, Alfred Zachry Everitt was born on Central Avenue in Madison in 1939 and their daughter, Mary Kathryn Everitt came three years later. The family later moved to Billups Avenue in Madison where Kathryn and Olin lived and celebrated more than 60 years of married life together.
Kathryn was a faithful member and treasurer of the Georgia Mallory Sunday School class at the Methodist Church in Madison where she also served as Trustee, and steward of the parlor where she arranged flowers every Sunday for many years. She was a leader in the intercessory prayer group at the church, and was revered by many there as a faithful servant of Jesus Christ. She was a Red Cross Gray Lady, a friend to special education students at Madison Elementary School, a member of the Madison Garden Club, an expert seamstress using her skill to make clothing for the Methodist Orphans home.
She is is survived by her three children, Henry Olin Everitt, Jr. and his wife Janice of Huntsville, Alabama; Alfred Zachry Everitt and his wife Mary of Augusta, Ga., and Mary Kathryn Everitt of Athens, Ga; seven grandchildren, Henry Olin Everitt III (Patricia), Zachry Shores Everitt (Karen), Sarah Everitt Baker (Rhett), Zachry Wade Everitt (JoLynn), Tally H. Eddings (Harriet), Kathryn Laird Zachry Everitt, Mary Rebecca Gill (Chanin); eleven great-grandchildren, and two great-great-grandchildren.
Kathryn passed in peace and was prepared for her encounter with her Maker and her reunion with her loving husband. She will be missed by her family and friends on earth.
Funeral services will be at the First United Methodist Church in Madison on Oct. 15th at 3:00 PM. Burial will be beside her husband in the Madison City Cemetery. Visitation will precede the funeral service at the church beginning at 2:00 PM. Memorial gifts to the Salvation Army and the Arthritis Foundation will honor her.
A.E. Carter Funeral Home has care of arrangements.
From: The Augusta Chronicle October 14, 2009
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