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Everett Cline

Cline, Everett L., age 92 of Farmersville passed away peacefully surrounded by his family on April 5, 2020. Everett was born to the late Clarence and Cora (Focht) Cline, graduated from Farmersville High School, and retired from Delco Products. He was a lifetime member of Farmersville United Methodist Church, volunteered for many years on the Farmersville Fire Department where he also served as the Assistant Fire Chief for a few years. He was a former member of the Twin Valley Rod and Gun Club and the Germantown Archery Club. Everett loved to be outside whether it was hunting, enjoying nature, or sitting in his driveway with one of his beloved pets waving at everyone who went by. He was a local historian and was like the community grandfather, he loved everyone and everyone who knew him loved him too. Along with his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife of 67 years, Emma (Grossnickle) Cline in 2014 and 3 siblings, Catherine Gardner, Mildred Steiner and Harold Cline. Everett is survived by his children Richard Cline, Kathy (Harry) Eubank, Mark (Amy) Cline, and Kevin (Mary) Cline Sr., his grandchildren Kelly (Robert) Gibbs, Jeffrey Cline, Justin (Stacy) Cline, Zachary (Lindsey) Cline, Kevin (Laura) Cline Jr., Christopher Cline, and Abby (Mike) Reitz, great grandchildren, Cameron (Mikala) Gibbs, Lindsey (Dan McElroy) Gibbs, Tyler Gibbs, Ethan and Greyson Cline, Lila, Piper, Miller and Maisley Cline, Lucy and Maggie Cline, and Oliver and Cora Reitz. Due to the COVID-19 restrictions there will be a private graveside service for the immediate family and Everett will be interred at Preble Memory Gardens. The family will schedule a memorial service for friends and extended family as soon as restrictions are lifted.  In lieu of flowers,  if desired, memorial contributions can be made to Farmersville fire and rescue, 207 North Elm Street Farmersville Ohio 45325 in memory of Everett.

***There will be a memorial service at a later date, however many have called about ordering flowers now, therefore if desired, flowers can be delivered to the funeral home on Saturday April 11, 2020 between 9am & 12pm and they will then be taken to the family.

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Guestbook

Linda Gephart Jones, you are so right ! We are losing the greatest generation, and what a loss it is! Thank you for your kind words, they are truly appreciated !

Mary Cline Apr 17 2020 12:00 AM

I got to know Everett at the nursing home in New Lebanon while working with him in Physical Therapy. He was always so pleasant, friendly to everyone. I also enjoyed hearing/sharing stories of Farmersville, my hometown too and How he also went coon hunting with a relative of mine, Dane Garwood. Everett was the type of person that made the world around you a much better place he will be truly missed, Pam Hawvermale Michael

Pam Michael Apr 16 2020 12:00 AM

I love the memory of his voice in choir solos. Yes, he and Emma were Farmersville icons. What a privilege to grow up in small town America with families like the Clines. That generation is nearly gone, and so many of us left the village for parts beyond, but our hearts are still there. My sympathy for your loss. It is never easy to say goodbye. We look forward to the 'hello' when we meet them all again in heaven. God bless and may He give you strength on days when memories bring a sadness to your heart and a tear to our eyes. A friend once said "don't cry because it is over, but smile because it happened". The life of Everett touched many.

Linda Gephart Jones Apr 14 2020 12:00 AM

To All the Family, I am very sorry about the loss of Everett. I remember him so well, and as my father always said "God only takes the Best" My thoughts are with you during this difficult time, God Bless, Robert Flynn and Family

Robert Flynn Apr 11 2020 12:00 AM

Mark & Amy, Kathy & Harry and all the rest of the family. We are so sorry we cannot come pay our respects to this great man and your family. We loved Everett and he never failed to honk and wave to us as he passed our house and we were outside. We always enjoyed the many conversations we had with him over the years we knew him.

Danny & Mary H Apr 10 2020 12:00 AM

I am so very sorry about your father's death. It is hard to lose a parent I know he was well loved. You have my deepest sympathy, Kathy and Harry. Love, Earla

Earla J. Donaldson Apr 9 2020 12:00 AM

So sorry to hear of Everetts passing, he was a great man who loved his family and his community very much. Him and Emma both was very caring people, that touched and blessed many lives in their lifetime. I pray for the family and friends that they find the strength to get through this hard time and the peace of knowing what a full and fruitful life he lived.

Dana Lowe(Lowe Family) Apr 9 2020 12:00 AM

Everett Cline was my uncle. When I was young, Everett amazed me with his various calls to the squirrels and birds. I marveled at his archery skills and the deer he had mounted on the walls in his home. When I was older, I got to know Everett as a gentler, wiser gentleman who was the patriarch of our family. After my father (Harold Cline) passed in 2014, Everett took me under his wing and treated me like a son and my children like his own grandchildren. I will miss him very much but am so grateful that I was blessed to be his nephew. RIP my good man.

Doug Cline Apr 8 2020 12:00 AM

Everett was one of the sweetest people I have ever met. I saw him every day at the nursing home. He loved the birds in the front lounge and would sit and talk to them. Kathy and Harry I enjoyed our nightly talks as well. Im sorry we didnt get to see each other the last three weeks because of the lock down. Hopefully when this is over you will come in and see us all.

Brenda Estes Apr 8 2020 12:00 AM

Everett was an icon across from the Gisewite household for many many years. He and Emma were the best. Everett will be absolutely missed by us and anyone that knew him in the community. We are definitely loosing some of our best people in Farmersville. Our heart goes out to the family

Randy Gisewite Apr 7 2020 12:00 AM

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