Donald Everett was born in French Camp, California on June 23, 1962. Don met his future bride Julie at a camp for the blind, they got married and started their family. Don never complained when he was sick or hurt, he endured and kept moving forward. Don liked playing with numbers and finances. Don loved to play solitaire, dominoes, and look at catalogs. Don walked through Donnelly Park and loved to watch the ducks and geese in the pond, and he would give Julie an update on the ducks and geese when he got home. He was an animal lover, he liked cats, and once had a job as a dog groomer washing the dogs. Don held multiple jobs in his life including working for the blind center and as a stockman for Walmart. Don would give special nicknames for everyone in his life. He had a great sense of humor. Don loved his kids, and he loved his granddaughter Bella Lu Ann. Donald is survived by his wife Julie Everett, two kids Alicia Dawn Everett and Nicholas Julien Michael Everett, and his granddaughter Bella Lu Ann Everett. He is also survived by his mother and stepfather Gary and Karen Lowes. Donald was a husband, father, grandfather, son, and friend; he will be remembered and loved.