In memory of

Martin Harold Everitt

August 10, 1943 -  September 26, 2020

It is with the deepest sorrow that we announce the passing of Martin Harold Everitt on September 26th, 2020 at Princess Margaret Hospital. He died as he lived, quietly and with dignity. He was strong and caring, unfailing in his devotion to his family and could always be counted on to lend a helping hand. He was a man of few words, but his actions always demonstrated his loving nature.

Martin was born in Vancouver to Betty (Collins) and Harold Everitt. He lived in British Columbia for the first thirty years of his life before moving to Ontario and always carried the spirit of the west coast in his heart. Martin’s love of all things automotive carried into his professional endeavours. Always an avid gardener, Martin loved spending time amongst his plants and always had a new project, or pond, in mind. In retirement, he and Carol enjoyed many cruising adventures.

Martin is survived by his wife Carol (White), children Elizabeth, Kris, Kathryn and Stuart and his granddaughter Meghan. In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation to the Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation.


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Melissa Caufield (Friend of Elizabeth)

Entered September 30, 2020 from Toronto


I am sorry to hear of your loss. I send you and your family my deepest condolences.


Carol and Derek Williams (Loving sister and brother-in-law)

Entered September 30, 2020 from Parksville,BC

Words cannot express how much I loved my eldest brother. He was always very kind and compassionate to me throughout my life. He fought his battle hard for many years, as he did with most things in his life. He stood up for me and gave me away at my wedding 57 years ago and was always there when I needed someone to talk to. Marty has a special place in my heart. I know that he is at peace now and with our Mom still watching over all of us. Love to all of his family.

Shawn Williams (Family)

Entered September 30, 2020 from North york

I'm sorry for your loss even more during this difficult time ..Martin was always a loving and caring father.

Anthony Palmieri (Nephew/Cousin)

Entered October 1, 2020 from Bowmanville

Very sad news to hear about Uncle Martin. I will keep you all in my thoughts and heart. Be strong and always remember the good times while he was here and knowing he had a wonderful life and beautiful family.

Geoff Fitzgerald (Friend)

Entered October 1, 2020 from Hamilton

I’m so sorry for the family’s loss, lots of love in this difficult time x


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