Mike Everhart was born in Pond Creek, Oklahoma 1946, the first child of Jack and Betty Everhart. He attended Wichita State University 1964 to 1969, majoring in biology and graduating in 1969 with a Bachelor of Science degree and his ROTC commission in the U.S. Army. He entered the Army upon graduation in March, 1969, and served with the First Cavalry Division in Vietnam in 1970. Upon completion of his military service obligation, he was accepted for Graduate School at W.S.U. and completed his Masters degree (environmental biology emphasis) in 1973. Following graduation, he worked for the Wichita Sedgwick County Department of Community Health for 12 years, advancing to the position of Environmental Health Director, before being hired by The Boeing Company. In September, 2002, after 17 years, he retired from The Boeing Company, and is currently an adjunct curator of paleontology at the Sternberg Museum in Hays, Kansas. He and his wife, Pam, have four grown children, and nine grandchildren.
Edwardson i downloaded Leroy's headstone to the memorial. Carl is buried at Evergreen Cemetery also. I have a picture of Carl's tombstone1899-1924 if you want to create a memorial for him. I also have a picture of a Eve H. Edwardson 1921-1968.
Thanks for the contact. As to your question -- Louiez and Lucille apparently are buried together; Lucille E. Webb (1920 - 2006) is etched at the bottom of the stone, which is clearer if you open the picture to enlarge.
RE: James and Grace Walker Yeah, that would be the best. I almost did it myself for you. AIlways get a kick out of one of my 'extras' when someone finds their relatives. That's what this nutty hobby is for, after all. cb
RE: Clarence Erwin McClung Hi, Mike, I'm sorry it took me so long to see your message. I photographed gravestones in Woods Hole only on a lark when I was wandering around the cemetery with my toddler. So glad a well-remembered paleontologist was among them! Best wishes, Taffeta