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Steven Everett

In Memory of LCpl Steven Hamlin Everett, USMC

October 16, 1997 – November 2, 2019

October 16, 1997 – November 02, 2019` LCpl Steven Everett, USMC, 22, went home to be with the Lord November 2, 2019 at Camp Pendleton, CA.  He was born October 16, 1997 in Bangor, a son of John and Jennifer (Dolgner) Everett. 

Steven lived in Greenville for the earlier part of his life and then Williams, AZ where he was part of the last graduating class from South Beaver School in Flagstaff, AZ.  He then went onto BASIS.  During his sophomore year he moved to Merritt Island, FL with his family and attended Merritt Island High School where he was an active participant in JROTC.

He joined the Marines directly out of high school.  Steven wanted to earn his rank and honor.  He graduated from Parris Island Boot Camp and was finally stationed with HMLAT303 at Camp Pendleton, CA until his death.  He was known for his strong sense of honor and doing whatever he set his mind to.  He was an adventurous young man who loved WWII tanks, planes and helicopters; as well as the outdoors, animals and space exploration.  He was a member of the Starset Society and Nealley’s Corner Church in Hampden.

Steven is survived by his parents, John and Jennifer Everett of Newport; maternal grandfather, Gene Dolgner of Las Vegas, NV; paternal grandparents, John and Kris Everett of Arlington, VA; his brother Sean Everett of Newport; several aunts, uncles and cousins.  He was predeceased by his grandparents, Diane and Lloyd Carhart, and Valerie Dolgner.

Posted by a close family friend, Steve Nute – shared November 2020:

“Unless someone is in the deep dark morass of depression, they can never know how thoughts of one who has found no ease of pain can be.

Life was good for this young Marine, but after a long painful recovery from surgery that kept him from doing his military task and after being told that it didn’t work and he had to go through it again he reached a place of deep despair.

On this night one year ago, after another stunning blow, he took what he felt was his only option and ended his life.  

He was named for me. I will always remember him and weep for his family. I will weep for what might have been. I will honor his memory. Rest in Peace LCpl Steven Hamlin Everett. “

Steven’s family is doing what they can to assist warriors who are struggling. Their non-profit, www.endangeredwarrior.org is being developed to provide help and resources. 

States Steven called home: Maine, Arizona, Florida

Resting Place will be Veterans Memorial Cemetery, Augusta, Maine

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