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In Memory of

Everett F. Greene

April 25, 1920 - September 15, 2017

Obituary


Following congestive heart failure that ended his long journey, called life, Everett Greene joined Christ on new and exciting adventures on September 15, 2017. Although he grew up as a farm boy in Preston, MO, he showed an early interest in electronics, art, and music. These interest continued through his life while serving in the Air Force, managing a general store/radio repair shop, as a pharmacist, and a photographer. With an acute intellect, he passionately pursued his interests in various financial approaches, and natural health options. Everett’s legacy is continuing through his 5 children and...

Following congestive heart failure that ended his long journey, called life, Everett Greene joined Christ on new and exciting adventures on September 15, 2017. Although he grew up as a farm boy in Preston, MO, he showed an early interest in electronics, art, and music. These interest continued through his life while serving in the Air Force, managing a general store/radio repair shop, as a pharmacist, and a photographer. With an acute intellect, he passionately pursued his interests in various financial approaches, and natural health options. Everett’s legacy is continuing through his 5 children and their spouses, 11 grandchildren, and 11 great grandchildren.

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In Everett's own words:

I was born 4/25/1920 in the added on bedroom of a rustic log cabin. Mom said she wasn't sure if I was a scrawny human or a monkey. I grew up a country bumpkin on a farm, got a diploma from Hermitage High School in 1937, studied at National Radio Institute and got a diploma in July of 1942. Spent 1943 to 1946 in the USA Air Force, had three children, and a variety store in Hermitage Missouri, enrolled in UMKC pharmacy school, graduated with honors and a BS and doctorate degree in Pharmacy in 1953. I practiced PharmD in the Kansas City general area until 2008. Later in life I adopted two more children. My legacy continues through my five children and their spouses, my 11 grandchildren and my 11 great-grandchildren. I received a 50-year gold diploma on February 4th 2003. My strength, love, health and great blessings of ancestors, family, friends, were blessings from my Heavenly Father through his son Jesus Christ.



Visitation for Everett to be held Tuesday, September 19, at 1:00 PM

Service to follow at 2:00 PM with interment to follow at Floral Hills Funeral Home 7000 Blue Ridge Blvd., Kansas City, Missouri 64133