Everett E. Herin, age 90 of Hesperia, went to be with our Lord on Wednesday at his home. Everett was born on July 7, 1922, in Ferry, to Alice and Henry Herin and later married Iva Jean Spoon on Oct. 24, 1942, in Shelby and together had 4 sons. Everett was the co-founder of Herin Bros. Trucking in Hesperia and was past president of the National Council of Independent Truckers. He had also served as Oceana County Commissioner and was a veteran of the US Army where he served during W.W. II. Together with his wife, they spent 18 winters at Mobile Gardens in Mission, Texas where he was a handyman to everyone. Everett enjoyed playing cards and working in his yard.
SURVIVORS : his wife of 70 years, Jean; his son, Roger (Judy) Herin of Hart; his grandchildren, Amanda (Josh) Eaves and David (Lacey) Herin both of Hesperia; step-grandchildern, Melissa (Dwight) Fuehring and Lisa Andritsis of Hart; 10 great grandchildren; his brother, Darrol (Veva) Herin of Hesperia; sister, Betty (Ed) Dean of Hesperia; sister-in-law, Mae Snook; foster daughter, Alice Snyder; many nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by his sons, Brian, David, and Gordon Mitchell Herin; sisters, Julia Blohm, Virginia Mallison and Ruth Archer; and his brother, Henry Herin Jr.
VISITATION : Sunday – 2-4pm at Crandell Funeral Home – Fremont Chapel. FUNERAL MEMORIAL SERVICES : Monday at 11am at the Hesperia Presbyterian Church. INTERMENT : West Hesperia Cemetery. MEMORIAL CONTRIBUTIONS : Harbor Hospice.