Everett Blair

Everett Blair

Saturday January 7, 1939 - Saturday July 20, 2019
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On July 20, 2019, Everett “Cotton” Blair born on January 7, 1939 in Delbarton, WV; departed this life to rest in the arms of Jesus. Everett, loving father and grandfather, strong faith in God was evident to all who knew him. He passed peacefully at his home at Parsley Bottom, WV. Everett was a retired truck driver. He leaves behind 4 children: Stephanie (Tim) John, Hank (Paula) Blair, Nichole Blair and Misty (David) Bevins. In addition, he is survived by the mother of his children, Verna Thompson, one grandson, Hank Chance John along with 6 granddaughters: Kasidy Marcum, BreAnna Bevins, Sarah Bevins, Olivia Lockhart, Journey Blair, and Lacey Burns as well as 2 great grandchildren, Grayson Burns and Gavin Burns and a host of family and friends. Everett was preceded in death by his parents, Brison and Annie Marcum Blair, two brothers, Dennis and Frankie Blair as well as two sisters, Elizabeth Murphy and Ella Bea Stratton. Wake services will at the Warfield Church of God on Tuesday evening at 7:00pm with Brother Kenny Gore bringing the message. Funeral services will be conducted on Wednesday, July 24, 2019 at 2:00pm at the Warfield Church of God with Jimmy Maynard officiating. Interment will follow in the Blair Cemetery at Parsley Bottom, WV. Visitation will be after 5pm Tuesday at the church. Mullins Family Funeral Home is honored and privileged to be serving the family of Everett “Cotton” Blair.
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Stephanie John

Posted at 08:36am
I love and miss you, Daddy. You were a simple man with big dreams. You loved life and God. One day I hope we can be together again on that other shore where death and sadness no longer touch us. I think of you every day.

Jan Webb

Posted at 10:07pm
Steph and Tim & Kids: Steph...so very sorry to read about the death of your father...know I will be thinking of you and keeping your family in my prayers...with love, Jan Webb

Stephanie John Posted at 08:37am

Thanks, Jan! I am just now seeing this. Love and hugs.

samuel branham

Posted at 08:11pm
codoliances to everrtts family he was a good man i remember staying at his house when i was a kid we had fun hauling wood and coal and watching him work on cars and trucks rest well cotton love to the family from brotherinlaw samuel branham

Stephanie John Posted at 08:38am

Thanks Uncle Sam. I would love to see you. Hugs.

Vicky Sammons

Posted at 07:46pm
Stephanie and Misty
So sorry to hear of your loss
many prayers and God's comfort'
for each of you

Stephanie John Posted at 08:37am

Thanks Vicky. Hugs and love

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