In Loving Memory Of
Cecil John Everson
1954 ~ 2023

Clairville, NB – Cecil John Everson, 68, passed away suddenly at his residence, on Saturday, January 28, 2023.

Cecil will be sadly missed by his sons: Christopher of Clairville, Bill of Alberta, Joey Jones of Clairville and Kenny Mole (Vicki) of Moncton; his two grandchildren: Freddie and Alex; his good friends: Brian, John, Jim and Mike Vanderfluit.

In respect to Cecil’s wishes, there will be no visitation and no funeral service.

In memory of Cecil, a donation can be made to a charity of your choice.

The family invites you to sign an online book of condolences at:

Funeral arrangements under the professional care of

Passage Funeral Co-operative and Cremation Centre

625 Mountain Road, Moncton, NB E1C 2P1

(506) 855-1145

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  1. Vicki, may God be with you and Ken during this time of grief. Trust jesus to get u thru this time along with u yourself griefing your own intimate loss.. Prayers for u all. ALMA

  2. Kenny, Vicki, Freddy & Annik & Also Bones, Chris & Bill & all the rest he thought of as family & great friends… Thinking of u all. Love the pic. It’s totally him. He was lucky to have u all. Besides his Sons witch I know he loved like crazy. U guys all where what he called family. Kenny I know u were pretty much his first friend/family he made coming to NB. Crazy it was 19yrs. & u’ve been there this whole time… Oh how time flies. I know u all drank & party with him witch he loved to do & left u all with great memories of the time Ya’s spent with him & u’ll always have that.
    & I’m sure u all will remember that grin he always had on his face. I know I will it was the first thing I noticed about him when we first met & is the first thing I think of when I think of him…That & that he was kind enough to drive me through the Rocky Mountains something I never would of seen if it wasn’t for Cecil making it happen & it was beautiful & funny part of it all soon after that he went from being a western where I first met him to an eastern where it must of won him over cuz he stayed here witch ya can’t blame him look at the great family & friends he made.
    💛RIP my friend u maybe gone but will never be forgotten… & I got faith that no matter where u are ur smiling, drinking beer, playing guitar & enjoying time with the loved ones who’ve passed on b4 you & watching over everyone down here.💛
    🍻Cheers my friend this🥃drink is for u.

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