Kim Evered

Kim T. Evered

Sunday, November 17th, 2019
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Kim Thomas Evered 62 of Stevensville left his earthly body on Sunday November 17, 2019 to join his father, brother, niece, and grandparents along with many ancestors. His departure leaves many of us open with a wound in those lives that Kim has touched. He will be dearly missed by many that he left behind.
Kim is survived by his mother Donnalee (Crosby) Evered and daughters Kami Kammerer,
Kristie Evered, Ariella Alexander, Grandsons Tanner Kammerer, Kadin Kammerer, sisters Paula
Pier, Merry Martell, Diane Thompson, Susan Sandau (Brad ), Nancy Neal, Amy Michels, Brothers, Jamie Evered (Julie ), Dean Evered, Jan Evered ( Terri), Thomas Evered, and numerous nieces and nephews. He is also survived by step-children Heather, Rachel and Derrick as well as numerous step grandchildren.
Kim Thomas Evered was born on September 30, 1957 in Butte, MT. to Floyd "Babe" and Donnalee (Crosby )Evered. They broke that magical " One of a kind" mold that day he was born.
Kim is the 2nd of 12. He was far from the ordinary boy. The early years, he was raised in Butte then soon moved to Missoula where he made so many adventures and soon had settle down a bit to have a couple of daughters that kept him young .
Kim was a man of few words and just straight forward to the point. Unless you were one of his close friends. He often told quirky joke or the stories of the kind of funny predicaments he found himself getting into. Kim was amazingly smart and nothing got in his way of fixing things. He always had some kind of answer even if it meant it was baling twine and duck taping the oxygen tubing. This all worked for a bit till he got to where he could get the proper stuff. He was the ultimate handyman, the man that knew a little bit about a lot!
Kim was all about living life to the fullest while having lots of adventures with family and friends whether it be driving down some back road he found or floating the rivers and boating the lakes around Montana. He did real camping, none of that fancy camper stuff he brought us girls with our endless girly stuff made us rough it as long as he had a few chocolate bars and 12 pack of warm coke cola we were set.
Kim was always there to lend a helping hand to anyone in need and nothing was too big for him. He always came up with some kind of answer even when you thought you were stuck. He always worked out some kind of magic.
Kim was a collector of many treasures from vinyl records, 8 tracks, VHS tapes, Christmas decorations. He always liked to see smiles on others faces while looking at the beautiful lights in his Santa Suit.
He was the proudest of his two daughters Kami and Kristie and then when he became a Pawpee of Tanner and Kadin. He was always up for any kind of challenge that they came to him. He was right there along our sides seeing the project through.
Memorial service will take place Sunday December 1, 2019 at 1:00pm at Hellgate Lions Park in the barn in Bonner, Montana. A reception will follow the service to celebrate his life. Please come and share some stories and memories of our beloved father, brother, uncle, grandfather, friend.
We will have a pot luck style of food.
Nov 21, 2019
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    Sunday, December 1st, 2019 | 1:00pm
    Sunday, December 1st, 2019 1:00pm
    Hellgate Lions Park
    1305 Haaglund Dr
    MILLTOWN, MT 59851
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Donna Sethman

Posted at 10:28pm
Working at the Oxford with him. He gave me away at my wedding he was An Amazing friend. He will be missed so much sorry for your loss girls

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