H. Everett Harrison, age 75,
of Caldwell, died Tuesday, Feb. 18, 1992, at his home of
natural causes. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m.
Friday, Feb. 21, 1992, at the First Assembly of God Church
(The Domes), Caldwell. The Reverend Gerald Crownover will
officiate. Interment will follow at the Hillcrest Memorial
Gardens in Caldwell under the direction of the Flahiff Funeral
Chapel of Caldwell.
Everett was born January 2, 1917, at Sentinel, Oklahoma, a
son of John and Bell Elliott Harrison. At the age of 2 the
family moved to Seiling, Oklahoma. He attended school in
Seiling and Richmond, Oklahoma. He married Helen Craighead
August 26, 1940, at Taloga, Oklahoma, and to that union they
had four daughters. They lived in Oklahoma, Colorado and
Wyoming before coming to Idaho in December of 1956. Helen
died in March 1978.
On June 9, 1979, he married Dolores McIntyre at Caldwell,
ID. He loved to fish and hunt and visit with his neighbors.
He was well liked by his neighbors and friends. He worked on
a ranch in Colorado and Wyoming for a number of years. While
living in Oklahoma he would spend part of the summers going
north with the harvest crews after he got his own wheat crop
harvested. After moving to Idaho he farmed in the Riverside
area until his retirement in 1979. He was all the time fixing
things for his neighbors and friends. He loved building
things out of metal or wood with his hands for his children
and grandchildren. His greatest love was spending the summers
out at Westport, Wash., fishing and working on the fishing
boats. He will be greatly missed by all his family and
He is survived by his wife, Dolores of Caldwell; four
daughters and son-in-laws, Don and Gynith DeLong, Gerald and
Gail Crownover, Pam Harrison, all of Caldwell, and Terry and
Tana Cafferty of Moses Lake, Wash.; three stepsons and
daughters-in-law, Ken and Carol McIntyre, Tom and Denise
McIntyre and Dick and Linda McIntyre, all of Caldwell; 14
grandchildren; 9 stepgrandchildren; 5 great-grandsons; 1
great-granddaughter; 1 brother, Ean and Faye Harrison of
Yakima, Wa.; a sister-in-law, Nellie Harrison of Phoenix, AZ,
and 6 nephews, 2 cousins of Hoquiam, Wa.
He was preceded in death by his parents and 1 brother,