35 Railroad Street Plymouth OH 44865 7/5/2013 15:00:00
Everett E. Eckstein, age 69, of Plymouth, Ohio passed away Saturday, June 29, 2013 at his home. He was born June 3, 1944 in Shelby, Ohio to the late Royal W. and Ethel D. (Bilsing) Eckstein. He was an author of four books and a Plymouth public official of various capacities including president of council. Everett was a member of the Richland County Foundation and a life member of the American Numismatic Association since 1964. He attended Wittenberg University in Springfield, Ohio and was the owner of Plymouth Antiques.
He is survived by a brother, Royal Eckstein Jr. of Palm Harbor, FL; 2 daughters and a son-in-law, Kimberly Thompson (Edward) Garcia of Willard and Kelley Thompson Keaton of Willard; 3 grandchildren, Morgan, Jessica and Zachary.
He is preceded in death by his wife, Cynthia Eckstein; parents, Royal and Ethel Eckstein and a brother, Franklin Dean Eckstein.
Visitation will be Friday, July 5, 2013 from 3:00 to 5:00 P.M. at the Secor Funeral Home in Plymouth, Ohio. Burial will follow at the North Fairfield Cemetery in North Fairfield, Ohio. Online condolences may be made to the family at www.secorfuneralhomes.com
We first met Everett while he was involved in our Antique Mall in Plymouth, Ohio. He was a man of exquisite taste in antiques and decorating. His life brought music and beautiful poetry to the world. He had a quiet sense of humor and had interesting conversation. We remained friends even after the business relations were over. We enjoyed our visits with him at his home and he was always happy to talk to us on the phone. We are grateful to have been his friend. David & Sheila Tackett & family
Sorry to hear of Everett’s passing. We have enjoyed working with him the past few years. He was a kind, gentle spirit.
Sorry to hear about Everett. He was a very good person. Enjoyed talking to him.
Everett gave me kind words of encouragement and understanding over 40 years ago when it seemed like no one cared. It meant so much to me that, a man who knew me the least, could help me so much with just a few caring words. He truly was a kind and gentle spirit.
Everett was the hub of the “Wheel of Friendship” that surrounded the lives of many good people in the Richland County area. A larger than life personality, with a kind and gentle spirit. He held many very diverse people together as friends and brought them together in his home as guests to join in celebration of life and the love that this big hearted man could give in true frienship.
To quote a dear friend, Larry Wise,often said
“Peace be with you.”
I worked with Everett at Shelby Salesbook GAF or whatever it was called back then, we worked together on 2nd shift and first shift as well. Always enjoyed talking to him. I have a signed book of his the first one he had written. I lost track of him after he had gotten married. May you rest in Peace Everett.
Everett was a good, kind, generous friend. He will be missed by many.
Everett will be missed by so many. Please accept my deepest condolences. I have so many good memories of visiting, playing volleyball, eating good food and of course sharing a glass of wine. I’m sorry to have to miss his service. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
I was so surprised to read that Everett had passed away!!
He was a good ole’ boy and will be missed by all his family and friends.
May he rest in peace.
God Bless and be with all his loved ones, remember all the wonderful memories of Everett.
I met Everett when I was first dating my husband, Jim, to whom I have been married for 34 years, through his sister Penny, who was a friend of Everett. He was a kind and gentle man. I have several books of his poetry which I have enjoyed reading over the years.
Please accept my condolences for your loss. Thoughts and prayers go out to all of the family.
One of the most interesting men I ever had known,and with more talent than one could imagine.Very gentile;very creative;very observant.”E” was one of a kind.
Save a place for me friend…..and have some of your wine waiting for me.