Joseph S. Eversole, MSgt (Retired), U.S. Air Force, died unexpectedly on June 22, 2021, in North Ogden, Utah at the age of 51. A 32nd Degree Freemason, he belonged to both the Scottish and York Rite.
Joseph was born in Las Vegas, Nevada, but as a military child he lived in numerous locations growing up. Joseph served in the U.S. Air Force for 24 years as an F-15 Crew Chief. He also served as an Air Force Advisor where he worked with partner nations to develop aviation enterprises.
His military career led him all over the globe, to include Nevada, Alaska, Texas, Utah, Turkey, Korea, Iceland and Afghanistan. Joseph was particularly proud of the work he did with NATO Forces and the Afghan Air Force at Shindand Air Base.
Following his impressive military career, he graduated from Columbia Southern University with a degree in Occupational Safety and Health and a second in Environmental Sciences. Joe then served as a Facilities Management Specialist and Mechanical Inspector for the Internal Revenue Service as well as an independent Occupational Safety, ISO and Environmental Compliance Auditor.
On his off-time, Joe enjoyed the outdoors by any means: SCUBA diving, rappelling, camping, kayaking, mountain biking, snowboarding, boating, and adventuring in his off-road vehicles. He could be found outdoors doing anything alongside his wife, Celeste with his big, charming smile on his face.
Joe and Celeste married in 2006 and spent their time as best friends going on numerous adventures, small and large.
Joe was only a stranger once to so many people, and his vision of family and brotherhood knew no bounds. His charismatic, outgoing personality and kind, people-loving heart touched lives all around the world.
Joseph is survived by his loving wife of 15 years, Celeste Eversole, and his daughters Tawny Beaulieu, Ireland, Maia and Jaden Eversole, and his son Bishop Laskowski. Joe is also survived by his parents, Ora Elizabeth and James Eversole, two brothers James and John Eversole, sister Kim Lee, and his five grandchildren Halley, Xander, Colin, Scarlett, and Audrey.
He is remembered by his wife as her handsome, manly man; by his children, a devoted, loving daddy; and his friends as an upfront, one-of-a-kind guy.
Military Honors and interment will be held at the Arkansas State Veteran’s Cemetery on July 2, 2021, at 10:00 a.m. 1501 W. Maryland Ave, North Little Rock, AR.
A memorial service will be held at 11:30 am at Smith North Little Rock Funeral Home 1921 Main St, North Little Rock, AR.
Zoom will also be available for both services. Link can be obtained by personal request to the family. All are invited to attend.