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Everett B. CHAMBERLAIN

July 22, 1947 - September 5, 2017

Obituary


Everett Bacon Chamberlain passed away on September 5, 2017, at the age of 70 after a 2-year battle with pancreatic cancer.
He was born to parents Everett and Marie (Lirio) Chamberlain in Cincinnati, Ohio on July 22, 1947. After serving as an SP5 in the United States Army, he graduated from the University of Maryland with a Masters Degree in Political Science.
He is survived by his best friend and loving wife of 46 years Beverly (Strozykowski) Chamberlain and his children Nicole (Brandon) Price and Geoffrey (Brienna). He also leaves behind two precious...

Everett Bacon Chamberlain passed away on September 5, 2017, at the age of 70 after a 2-year battle with pancreatic cancer.
He was born to parents Everett and Marie (Lirio) Chamberlain in Cincinnati, Ohio on July 22, 1947. After serving as an SP5 in the United States Army, he graduated from the University of Maryland with a Masters Degree in Political Science.
He is survived by his best friend and loving wife of 46 years Beverly (Strozykowski) Chamberlain and his children Nicole (Brandon) Price and Geoffrey (Brienna). He also leaves behind two precious grandchildren, Isabella and Adalyn, and three brothers: Alfred (Elaine), Eric, Roger (Kathleen), and sister-in-law Dawn (Bill) Saunders. He leaves behind several nieces and nephews as well.
Everett was an avid hiker and outdoor enthusiast, he enjoyed traveling, history and reading; however, his true passions resided in being a family man. He left a lasting impact on everyone that passed through his life and he will be undeniably missed and loved by all.
His services will be held September 22, 2017. The memorial will be at Phoenix Memorial Park at 9am, followed by the Military Honors interment at the National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona at 10:30am, and concluding with his celebration of life from 11:30am-3pm at The Arrowhead Country Club.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations in Everett's name can be made to the Honor Health Pancreatic Research Foundation (give.honorhealth.com), in memo note: HHRI Pancreatic Research Program, or to the Eckstein Center Hospice of the Valley (www.hov.org/donate).