David Lee Everson
DRESDEN - David L. Everson, 73. passed away peacefully on November
21, 2022, at Central Maine Medical Center after a short period of
David was born August 10, 1949, to Merton H. Everson & Barbara S.
(Trussell Everson, of Dresden. He attended local schools, until the
closure of Bridge Academy, at which time, students were sent to
Wiscasset High School, where he graduated in 1969. He then went into
the Army, where he spent the next two years, part of which was in
Germany. He received an Honorable Discharge in 1971, then went to
work for the Maine State Department of Transportation, spending the
next 29+ years before retiring in 1995. Later, he was employed by LL
Bean, and the Town of Dresden's Transfer Station. For most of his adult
life, David was a member of the Dresden Fire Department, helping
wherever he was needed. He enjoyed watching NASCAR races, and
occasionally, was a spectator at the Wiscasset speedway. He also
enjoyed jigsaw puzzles, putting model cars together, watching the
Boston Red Socks, and helping family whenever he could, and attending
family events. Although David was a man of few words, and often spent
his time alone, he did enjoy hanging out with friends at the Dresden
Takeout for breakfast, lunch, and sometimes dinner as well. You could
count on him being there at least once every day. If he didn't show up
for a couple of days, someone would certainly call and check on him.
David will certainly be missed by family and friends.
David is predeceased by his parents. He leaves behind his sister, Shirley
(Everson) Storkson and husband David Sr., Dresden, three aunts,
Eleanor L. Everson, Doris Swasey, and Clarice Taylor, all of Dresden, one
uncle, Roger W. Trussell, Haines City. Fl., nieces Lisa Heil (Jim) of
Augusta, and Laurie Geroux of Chelsea, and nephew David Storkson, Jr.
(Heidi) of Pittston. along with several cousins.
At David's request, there will be no public visitation or service.
David will be laid to rest in the family plot at Forest Hill Cemetery at a later
Arrangements are under the care of Kincer Funeral Home, Richmond.
Donations in David's memory may be made to the Dresden Fire
Department, in care of Dresden Town Office, 534 Gardiner Rd., Dresden,