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Everett R. Livesay

March 15, 2018

Life Sketch of Everett R. Livesay


Everett R. Livesay, 66, passed away on Thursday, March 15, 2018 at Harry Hyness Memorial Hospice in Wichita.


Everett was born on September 22, 1951 in Miami, Oklahoma to Richard and Josephine (Jackson) Livesay.


Everett married Martha Smith in Baxter Springs, Kansas on July 2, 1971. After forty years of marriage she passed away on February 20, 2012.


Everett later married Marilyn Schroth. They were married for four years prior to his passing.


Everett was a draftsman and was employed by Pre-Stress Concrete of Newton at the time of his death.


Everett was a very thoughtful man who loved to camp, fish and play golf.  He loved his family and was a loving husband.  He was a member of the Grace Community Church of Newton.


He is survived by his wife: Marilyn Livesay; children: Doug and Sarah Livesay and Tim and Melissa Livesay; sister: Paula Hawkins; grandchildren: Caden, Tegan and Jensen Livesay; and stepsons: Zach and Dusty Alton.


He was preceded in death by his wife: Martha Alice Livesay; and parents: Richard and Josephine Livesay.


A memorial service has been scheduled for 10:00 a.m., Thursday, March 22, 2018 at Petersen Funeral Home Chapel of Newton.  There will not be a public visitation.  An inurnment will follow the service at Greenwood Cemetery of Newton.


Memorial donations may be made to: Marilyn Livesay for medical and funeral expenses.




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4 thoughts on “Everett R. Livesay

  1. To all the family, we are so sorry for all you have went through, but what a wonderful man this was.

  2. To the family of Randy Livesay i am so sorry for the loss of your husband, Father & Brother. Kids i love you all aunt jean

  3. Dear Marilyn, Tim, Doug and the Livesay Family. I am sad to hear the news of Randy’s passing. I know the suffering that death brings, and I hope that Randy passed away in peace. His spirit is in heaven with my dear Sister Martha…What a reunion that would be..Sincerely, Marvin E. MCullough

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