EVERTS, HEIKO B. - Minnehaha County, South Dakota | HEIKO B. EVERTS - South Dakota Gravestone Photos

Heiko B. EVERTS

Dell Rapids Cemetery
Minnehaha County,
South Dakota

Funeral Service For H.B. Everts Held On Tuesday

Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at the Methodist church in Dell Raids for H.B. Everts, who was found dead Saturday night, at his stables in the north part of town, where he had gone to care for his horses and other livestock.

Services were conducted by the pastor Re. Glenn W. Hammerlee. Donald Johnson, soloist was accompanied at the organ by Mrs. P.F. Wagner. Pallbearers were W.F. Karel, Francis Donahue, Martin Morse, Phil Anderson, Edwin Christensen and Wessell Everts. Interment was in the Dell Rapids cemetery. The Hermanson Funeral Home had charge of arrangements.

Mr. Everts was 56 years of age. He was born at Freeport, Illinois, June 28, 1901. When a lad he moved with his parents to this section of South Dakota where he grew to manhood. He was married to Maxine West June 14, 1922. Surviving are his widow and three daughters, Mrs. Ray Griffiths of Riverside, California, Mrs. Don Ritter of National City, Calif., and Mrs. James Riley of Dell Rapids; also four grandchildren.

H.B. Everts, through his various business enterprises had made a wide acquaintance throughout this section of the state. He possessed an unusual personality, always cheerful and happy he was able to radiate a spirit of cooperation and food fellowship wherever he went, and will be greatly missed by a host of friends.

In early life he operated a cleaning establishment in Dell Rapids. Later he took up farming and auctioneering. For the past several years he has operated the New Café in Dell Raids and it can be said that he made a success of all his undertakings

Contributed on 3/28/09 by dellsfig68
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Record #: 5107

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Submitted: 3/28/09 • Approved: 3/29/09 • Last Updated: 8/14/15 • R5107-G0-S3

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