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Deborah Golliday Everett

A TIME TO BE BORN: Deborah R. Everett was born on June 16, 1958 to Leslie and Rose Golliday in East St. Louis, Illinois. She was the oldest of two children. Deb, as she was affectionately known, was employed as an CNA at BJC for sixteen years. Her last place of employment was working as a Massage Therapist. A TIME TO LIVE: Deborah attended School in District 189 and graduated from East St. Louis Sr. High School in the year of 1976. She continued her education and received many degrees from Illinois State University and Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville. Deborah met and married the love of her life Mr. Jeffrey Everett, January 3, 1979, and to this union two beautiful children were born, Adrienne and Aaron Everett. Deb enjoyed being a wife, mother and grandmother. Deb always put others first. She loved family and friends, and reaching out to others. Deb gave her life to the Lord at Full Gospel Miracle Temple under the leadership of Bishop Herbert Clarke. She later united with Open Door House of Prayer under the leadership of Reverend Henry Williams. She fought a good fight, finished her course, and most of all she kept the faith. Deborah’s smile, laughter and kind spirit will forever be remembered. A TIME TO MOURN: She fell asleep in death on July 23, 2016. She was proceeded in death by her paternal grandparents Titus and Georgia Ward. Deborah leaves to cherish her memory her loving husband; Jeffrey Everett of Creve Coeur, Mo. one daughter; Adrienne (Nicholas)Everett -Hogan of St. Charles, Mo. One son; Aaron Everett of Creve Coeur, MO; two grandchildren; Jayden and Brayden Hogan of St Charles, Mo. Her parents; Leslie and Rose Golliday of East St. Louis, IL. One sister, Leslie Y.(Leon) Wilson Jr. of Fairview Heights, IL. Mother-in-law; Cathalee Everett, one sister-in-law; Marilyn Williams, three nieces; Shanae Golliday, Deon C. Wilson and Keyiona L. Wilson all of Fairview Heights, IL. A host of aunts, uncles other relatives and friends.
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