Everette Gray Liverman

February 28, 1938 - February 10, 2011

02/28/1938 - 02/10/2011

Past Services

Visitation
Friday February 11, 2011
7:00 am - 8:30 pm

Service
Saturday February 12, 2011
2:00 pm
Union Baptist Church of Ahoskie
431 Boone Farm Road
Ahoskie, NC 27910
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Mr. Everette Gray Liverman, age 72 died at the Rich Square Health Care Center on Thursday, February 10, 2011. Mr. Liverman was a native of Hertford County. He served with the Army National Guard. He was married to Sonja Martin on May 10, 1958 and two this marriage was born two wonderful daughters. He was a life long member and deacon of Union Baptist Church. There he also served in many other capacities. Mr. Liverman was the circulation manager of the Roanoke Chowan News Herald for forty-three years. He also worked as a farmer, deputy and town policeman. He owned and operated Liverman Trailer Park.

Proceeding him in death are his mother and father, Velna Brown Liverman and Roy Liverman, two sisters; Beatrice Griffin and Louise Luke and two brothers; C.J. and Merrill Liverman.

Survivors include his wife, Sonja Martin Liverman of the home, two daughters; Robin L. Ward and her husband Sammy, Trena L. Conner and her husband Vernon all of Ahoskie, NC, two sisters; Ruth Miller of Ahoskie, NC and Carrie Anne Newsome and her husband James of Trenton, TX, four brothers; Levy Liverman and his wife Sylvia of Washington, NC, Raymond Liverman and his wife Minnie, Roger Earl Liverman and his wife Reta and Donald Liverman all of Ahoskie, NC. Also surviving are three grandchildren; Rachel Ward Smith, Kristen Ward and Bridgette Conner.

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Bobbie Armstrong
11 years ago

Dear Robin and Family

I just learned of your father’s passing and want to let you know that he is in a much better place and at peace at last. Your sorrow will ease and you will remember the good times and be greatful that he is no longer suffering.

Tandy Dunn
11 years ago

I just recently learned of the passing of Mr. Liverman. I met him when I worked at the newspaper and through church. Away from home and my family he always made me feel a part of his. My God look over his family and protect them in the days to come.

Charlene Evans Raven
11 years ago

I will always remember him as a very special man who was a great part of my growing up years and cared for me as one of his own.

Jane Whaley
11 years ago

Thinking of you with love and prayer. Your visits were very special.

Love,

Reba and Jane

ANNE BRINKLEY
11 years ago

Our thoughts and prayers are with you. May God comfort you as only HE can. All our Love! Jackie & Anne

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11 years ago

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