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Obituary for Chyrrel Weaver Evertsen

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Chyrrel Weaver Evertsen

March 8, 1936 - November 5, 2017

South Jordan, UT – Chyrrel Weaver Evertsen passed away at her home on November 5, 2017.
Born on March 8, 1936, in Ogden, UT to Gladys and Porter Weaver, she was preceded in death by her sisters Donna Coletti and Lois Bodily, and two brothers, Jay and Dean Weaver. She is survived by her three children, Lisa Evertsen Kimes (Brad) of Phoenix, Brook Evertsen of Ogden, and Brett Evertsen (Sharee) of Layton. She is also survived by nine grandchildren, five great-grandchildren and many nieces and nephews.
Chyrrel went to Madison and Quincy Elementary, Washington Junior High, and graduated from Ogden High School. She attended the CS Wo Interior Design located in Hawaii. She was a member of the Salt Lake City Chamber of Commerce, working with the Women’s Auxiliary and was named Chambers Woman of the Year in 1977. She participated in Bridge Club, enjoyed golfing and bowling. She was the CEO of her own leasing company C. Evertsen Leasing of Salt Lake City. She was always top salesperson wherever she worked. Chyrrel was also a top fashion model here in Salt Lake City. She worked for The Ramada Inn as an Executive Secretary to the General Manager. Her job allowed her to work with some famous people. She had dinner with John Wayne, assisted Elvis Presley, and hung out with the band Led Zepplin. Her lifetime passion was interior design.
Chyrrel love Kentucky Fried Chicken and it was the main course at many family gatherings. She loved getting together with her large family in her parent’s backyard. She loved going to Lagoon and listening to the big bands that played on Saturday nights. She played the Accordion and the only songs she could play was “Yes Sir That’s My Baby” and “When the Saints Come Marching In”. She loved being a Mother and Grandmother, owning her own business and decorating. She has lived in Ogden and Salt Lake City, UT. Hawaii, and many cities in California, Las Vegas, NV, and Phoenix, AZ.
She will be missed beyond words. She was loved by all who knew her.


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Date: Saturday, November 25, 2017

Time: 11:00 am -

Leavitt's Mortuary


836 36th Street , , Ogden, UT, 84403

Memorial Services will be held at Leavitt’s Mortuary, 836 36th Street, Ogden, Utah, on Saturday, November 25th, at 11:00 a.m. Services under the direction of Leavitt’s Mortuary.

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575 23rd St, , Ogden, Utah, 84401

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Timeline for Chyrrel Weaver Evertsen

Born: March 8, 1936
July 4, 1966
1966 Back Yard at Grandma Weavers
1966 Back Yard at Grandma Weavers
Died: November 5, 2017

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Marilyn R Woodbury posted on 11/25/17

Hello: my name is Marilyn Rhees Woodbury. I grew up in Pleasant View and lived right next door when Chyrrel and Lyle lived here. I loved them both and Lisa, I remember how you dear Mom loved you and keep you looking like a little princess and then the others arrived. Thanks to Brook for his great catering when I used him for ward dinners here as well. Your Mom was such a pretty woman and always looked like she just came from the beauty shop. Of course we knew Jimmy and Donna from here as well. Also the Weavers. There were a lot of good times. God's blessings on all of you as you begin a "new normal" without your dear Mom.


Jill Hayman posted on 11/25/17

Lisa, Brook and Brett, I am so sorry for your loss. I know how hard it is to lose your mom, never to see or hear from her again. The memories pour out at times and come at funny little moments when least expected. Myself, every time I see a penny on the sidewalk or somewhere I'll believe it's a penny from Heaven and my mom is thinking about me at that moment so I'll bend down pick it up and know she is looking over me. While I can't be there today I want to express my deepest condolences and sorrow to you all and to your children and grandchildren for the huge loss in all your lives. Jill Weaver Hayman