Oscar "Okie" Everett, Jr.

September 6, 1959 - March 20, 2021
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Graciela Palacios
Monica Robledo
Amanda “the other Mandy” Gonzalez
Eliberto Garcia
Glen J Garcia
Mario Fernandez
Toni Benavides

Obituary

Oscar “Okie” Everett, Jr., 61, entered into eternal rest Saturday, March 20, 2021.

Okie was a graduate of Martin High School and a talented baseball player who was inducted into the Latin American International Sports Hall of Fame. He played with the Tecolotes Farm Leagues among other Mexican baseball teams. He was an amazing husband, loving father, dedicated grandfather, as well as a loving son, brother, uncle and brother-in-law who will be greatly missed but not forgotten. He was a special education teacher assistant for over 20 years.

He is preceded in death by his father, Oscar Everett; mother, Braulia (Mario) Negrete; sister, Diana Villalobos; parents-in-law, Vidal & Maria Palacios; brother–in-law, Alex Palacios.

Left to cherish his memory is his beloved wife of 31 years, Ana Everett; children, Nicole (Oscar) Garcia, Oscar Everett, III, and Amanda Leigh Everett; grandchildren, Oscar Garcia, Jr., Alina Garcia, Ale Garcia; sisters, Sandra Alvarez Del Castillo (Homero), Sylvia (David+) Everett, Cynthia Fernandez; nieces and nephews; as well as other family and friends who will greatly miss him.

The family will be gathering with family and friends on Wednesday, March 24, 2021, at Fred Dickey Funeral & Cremation Services from 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm. A Prayer Service will begin at 7:00 pm.

The family will be live streaming the funeral service including the prayer service at www.freddickey.com on Wednesday, beginning at 5:00 pm.

As per the family’s request, face masks are required for those attending the funeral service.

Funeral arrangements are by Fred Dickey Funeral & Cremation Services, 1320 Trey Dr., Laredo, Texas 78041 (956) 723-3611. For your convenience, you may leave your condolences to the family online at www.freddickey.com

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Date: Wednesday, March 24, 2021

Time: 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Fred Dickey Funeral & Cremation Services

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1320 Trey Dr.
Laredo, Texas 78041

A Prayer Service will begin at 7:00 pm


 

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Born: September 6, 1959
Died: March 20, 2021

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Carlos Longoria posted on 4/19/21

This is for a good friend since we were in the little league together. We were always playing all sports football, baseball you name it we were always playing. May you rest in peace with God and see you later. My condolence.

 

Marisabel Maya posted on 4/2/21

Dear Ana, I am deeply sorry for your loss. May your husband rest in peace. Prayers for you and your family. God bless.

 

Eddie Laurel posted on 4/2/21

My condolences to the Everett family. Okie was the best power clutch hitter during his baseball career. He always was the best hitter on the field. The 4th batter. Eddie Laurel & fam

 

Luis Rendon posted on 3/26/21

In memory of Oscar "Okie" Everett, Jr., Luis Rendon lit a candle

 

Zoraida C. Benavides posted on 3/25/21

I will never forget the way you introduced yourself to me "I'm Okie, the Legend". You were always the entertainer. Some of the best times in our family's life were spent traveling with you, Anna and your beautiful family. Thanks for the great memories. Until we meet again, RIP Okie, the Legend.

 

Lupe Lopez Chapa posted on 3/25/21

My prayers and condolences go out to the Everett Family and to my cousins for their great loss.

 

Ms. Mary Hightower posted on 3/25/21

My sincere condolences to Okie's family..we go back a long time. We worked for Kroger and my husband and I tried to be at every ball game he played in. Kroger sponsored the team and alot of fine young men won many championships under the name. I have many pictures and memories of these games. I even have a trophy that Okie gave me from one of the games. He will always have a special place in my heart. God's blessings be with you today and always. May Okie rest in peace in the arms of our Lord Jesus Christ..

 

Diana Benavidez posted on 3/24/21

My deepest condolences to Oscar's family. It was a pleasure working with him at Alexander high school and with Special Olympics. With Okie around, work was never boring and there was always lots of laughter. He always bragged about his wife and kids. He loved his family very much. My prayers are with you all during this difficult time. May all the beautiful memories you hold in your heart bring you peace and comfort. God bless you.

 

Leopoldo Benavides jr posted on 3/24/21

"the game of baseball can be cruel" Not to many people could analyze the game the way he could. I never saw him in action but his words told me alot about his game. RIP Okie

 

Mary Lou Tijerina posted on 3/24/21

Okie, may you rest where there is no pain! God has embrace you to protect you from all pain! To our amazing Tita, Oscar, Nicole, Mandy and all family, may God be with you all, praying for you all! We love you!❤🙏😥🧢⚾️

 

Mr. & Mrs. David O. Ramirez & Sons posted on 3/24/21

Everett, Palacios families and other loved ones of Okie’s, We offer your families our most heartfelt condolences. I worked with Okie at Kroger’s and I also played softball with him on the Kroger’s and later Peppers softball team, this during my college years. He was a very helpful co-worker, outstanding player on our softball team, but even a better person as a friend. I will never forget the camaraderie we developed working and playing softball together. RIP, my friend. Father God and Lord Jesus Christ, we humbly request that you welcome Okie into your kingdom. Blessed Virgin Mary, St. Joseph and all angels and saints, please intercede on our behalf. In your name we ask. Amen!✝️🙏🏾📿🕊🐑🌶🌶💐

 

Monica Robledo posted on 3/24/21

Lord hear our prayers for the Everett Family. 🙏🙏

 

Graciela Palacios posted on 3/24/21

My most sincere condolences Tita and kids. You will be in my daily prayers. Tia Grace

 

Monica Robledo posted on 3/24/21

Our thoughts and prayer s for Tita and the kids. We love you all. Okie is now resting in the loving arms of our Lord. Monica and Rey Palacios Robledo

 

Melissa Tenorio posted on 3/24/21

Our most sincere condolences from the Gilbert Tenorio family. Our heart is with you during this difficult time.

 

Amanda “the other Mandy” Gonzalez posted on 3/24/21

I’m sorry I cannot be there with you all Tia tita! But know I’m thinking of you and praying for you all! May Tio Okie RIP. Love you guys 💕

 

Juan and Laura E. Pena posted on 3/24/21

My wife Laura, was telling me that Okie and her became fast friends at Clark Middle when they both worked there. Both lucky they would both always win at the raffles they did at school during luncheons. And Okie gave my wife a frog for good luck, many years ago, when my wife won a jackpot at Kikapoo as she held the little frog in her hand. We were teammates as we played with the Peppers’ team, he always excelled in softball, as he did in all sports he played. A great person and better friend. A true gentleman who will be sorely missed.

 

Rafael CORTEZ JR. posted on 3/24/21

My condolences to The Everett and Palacios families. Okie was a great athlete, but he was an even better friend. May Okie Rest In Peace. Like he would say "The Legend" lives forever. We will miss your story telling abilities and your admirable sense of humor.

 

Herminia Diamantina Espinoza posted on 3/24/21

Dear Ana Laura, Everett Family and Palacios Family, It is with sadness that my family and I send our most sincere condolences in the passing of our beloved Oscar (Okie). He will be remembered with esteem and love from those people that had the blessing of knowing him. May Our Lord grant him eternal rest and may God give your family the comfort of knowing that he has gone to heaven to be with our heavenly Father. Stay strong and know that you have each other to keep his memory in your heart. He will always be in our prayers. Your Tia: Herminia Palacios Vallejo Jose Luis "Picho" Palacios Diamantina (Diana) and Family Josie Lara and Family Rosario Idrogo and Family Evelyn Gonzalez and Family Ene and Annie Vallejo

 

Laura L. Martinez & Family posted on 3/24/21

My most sincere condolences to Ana, his Children and all the Everett family. I pray that God gives you his peace and tranquility during this difficult time. May perpetual light shine upon him always. RIP OKIE!

 

Laura M. Martinez posted on 3/24/21

Please accept my deepest condolences for your loss. Oscar was one of a kind. Always with a smile and kind heart. I was blessed to have worked with him. Oscar helped me organize the first Special Olympics, softball, and bowling team for UISD. My prayers go out to the family for Peace and Tranquility. R.I.P. Oscar✝️ Laura Martinez (Coach Rangel)

 

Frank Aguirre posted on 3/24/21

My deepest condolences to the Everett family . May he rest in peace . I had the pleasure of knowing Okie in our younger years , he was a great young man and a great and talented baseball player . God will receive him in Heaven with open arms .

 

Myriam Idrogo posted on 3/24/21

Sad to hear about Mr Everett’s passing. He’ll be always remembered as a caring and loving TA with our Special Ed. students. God has the perfect plan for our lives. May God bring comfort to his family. RIP “Okie”

 

Rafael & Anna M. Cortez Jr. posted on 3/24/21

Our condolences to the Everett and Palacios families. Death brings pain that time can only heal, no words could ease what we truly feel, but with God, his joy is eternally sealed, and cherish his memories that death can't even steal. Lift up a smile for he is already in the paradise. Okie was a gifted and tremendous athlete, but he was an even better friend. May Okie Rest In Peace.

 

MARIA G ESTRADA posted on 3/24/21

My sincerest condolences to the entire Everett Family on the loss of your amazing brother. Words can't describe how I feel. Know that I am there in prayer and spirit. Sylvia, I wish I was home to be with you at this time. I know how difficult this is for you. Your faith will get you through this. He will always be with you . May he RIP.

 

Rafael and Anna M. Cortez Jr. posted on 3/24/21

Our condolences to the Everett and Palacios families. May Okie Rest In Peace. Death brings pain that time can only heal, no words could ease what we truly feel, but with God, his joy is eternally sealed, and cherish his memories that death can't even steal. Lift up a smile for he is already in the paradise.

 

Diamantina H. Garza posted on 3/23/21

Our most sincere condolences to all the family . Class of 72

 

JosieVLara posted on 3/23/21

Everett Family, We send you our most heartfelt condolences upon the passing of Okie. May he Rest In Peace, and perpetual light shine upon him. Our prayers are with the entire families. Mr.&Mrs. JoseLuisLara and Family ☮️💟✝️🛐🙏

 

Domingo Noe Dimas posted on 3/23/21

My Sincere Condolences to the Everett and Palacios families, RIP Okie.🙏🙏🙏

 

Tio Alberto and Bertha Arizola posted on 3/23/21

Our deepest sympathy to all the family. We know you will miss him dearly because he was greatly loved by all of you. Be assured Tita that you cared and loved him more then anyone can expect. Your love was very evident and God knows it. You will all have him in your hearts forever. Our love and prayers are with you all during this very difficult time.

 

Lorena Vela posted on 3/23/21

My deepest condolences to the Everett family! May he rest in peace and the pertpetual light shine upon him!🙏✝️

 

Ignacio &Rosalinda Garcia posted on 3/23/21

Praying that our Lord gives all of you peace and that you have the blessed hope in our Lord Jesus Christ that one day soon everyone will be together again with Okie and our loved ones. Our thoughts & prayers are with you all, Ignacio & Rosalinda Garcia

 

Eliberto Garcia posted on 3/23/21

Okie was a special friend of my family always a smile on him! He could make you laugh to the point you would turn red in your face! Always an awesome person may you rest in peace Okie from the Ignacio Garcia Jr. Family SEMPER FIDELIS!

 

Glen J Garcia posted on 3/23/21

My sincere condolences to the Family may you Rest In Peace "Okie" 🙏🙏⚾️

 

Mario Fernandez posted on 3/23/21

In memory of Oscar "Okie" Everett, Jr., Mario Fernandez lit a candle

 

Mario Fernandez posted on 3/23/21

My deepest condolences to the family of Okie. Always an awesome friend during the high school years and years there after. May your family Treasure the Memories Forever. RIP and Godspeed 🙏⚾️

 

Adolfo J Rodriguez posted on 3/23/21

My brother you're on God's arms you're resting now my friend , and brother in christ my condolences to your family I got to meet you at Colonia Guadalupe baseball park in 1973 I'm glad to have known you okie ,, sincerely , the blind man

 

Toni Benavides posted on 3/23/21

To the Everett Family, I remember Okie from the Guadalupe neighborhood since we were kids. My most deepest condolences and prayers for his family and siblings. 💐May the perpetual light shine upon him and Rest In Peace Okie.💐💐 Antonieta (Toni Cisneros) Benavides Cypress, Tex

 

Orlando Rodriguez & Family posted on 3/22/21

My condolences to Ana,Nicole,little Oscar and Mandy. A friend that I will never forget all the special stories he will tell me that I will never forget especially the one about the triple play he made with the famous Peppers. RIP my friend.

 

Roberto & Rosa Corral posted on 3/22/21

Thinking of all of you during this difficult time and praying that God gives you comfort and peace. With deepest sympathy, Roberto & Rosa Corral

 

Rey Garcia Jr. posted on 3/22/21

Our Condolences to Everett Family! May He Rest In Peace!

 

Grizelda Palacios posted on 3/22/21

My sincere condolences to the whole Everett family. You are all in my prayers. Okie was larger than life and loved his family with all his heart. He will be sorely missed. My Okie Rest in Peace🙏🙏🙏

 

David Salinas posted on 3/22/21

I met Oscar while I was employed with D&T and would occasionally drive him to medical appointments. Always enjoyed talking to him. My deepest condolences to the family.

 

Alfredo Perales posted on 3/22/21

I'll miss you old buddy Your friend Alfredo Tito Perales Condolences to the Everett family.

 

Priscilla posted on 3/22/21

My condolences 💐!!! Okie also made me realize not all dads are a**holes !! That there’s actually dads who love their family & are amazing and uplifting energy & funny at the same time ! Like he was . Every conversation with Okie ended in me laughing or Me laughing 😂 never Mandy getting yelled at tho ☺️

 

Dora and Fernando Camacho posted on 3/22/21

To the family of Okie, words can’t describe how sorry I am at this loss. You’re in my prayers, my most sincere condolences .I met Okie at Krogers back in 1976, he was a very charming and charismatic person, always with a big smile and willing to help, very hardworking person, He will be missed, may he rest in peace .

 

Leti Ramos posted on 3/22/21

Our most sincere condolences to Ana and the Everett family. Praying for you in this most difficult time. May he Rest In Eternal Peace.

 

Valerie Franklin posted on 3/22/21

My sincere condolences to the family! Please remember that GOD ONLY CALLS ANGELS HOME! MAY Primo rest easy in peace and paradise!

 

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