Margaret Andrea “Meg” Everitt

It is with tremendous sadness that the family of Margaret Andrea Everitt, known to her friends as Meg, announces that she passed away on December 10, 2018 after a brief illness. Meg was born in St. Petersburg,  Florida and grew up in Pinellas Park.  She attended Sacred Heart Church and Elementary School where she was a member of the children’s choir and the band.  She was a member of the youth group, and won the speech contest in grade five.  Meg also volunteered at the school early each morning for years helping with the traffic.  She knew everybody! Meg graduated from St. Petersburg Catholic High School where she lettered as an athletic trainer on the wrestling team.  Her teammates appreciated her sharp memory, matching wit, and ability to keep score precisely.   She threw herself wholeheartedly  into things that had meaning to her.  Whether feeding the homeless in Williams Park or participating in Right to Life marches in Washington, D.C.,  Meg cared -- and her family, friends, and so many strangers were the beneficiaries. After High School, Meg attended St. Petersburg College and worked in hospitality for Red Lobster, Rudy’s, Nickel City, Buffalo City, and Stone Soup.  This is where Meg built her community.   It is here that we see her legacy among the friends that so appreciated her deep love, acceptance, and appreciation of them.  Meg was full of joy and had a contagious smile.  She excelled at her job and made many dear friends along the way. Meg loved life and she loved sports.  Her family and friends knew her affinity for the Michigan State Spartans, where her grandfather Roy attended.  She loved the Tampa Bay area teams and mostly the Tampa Bay Rays.  Meg enjoyed cooking and socializing; she was very supportive of others, friendly and fun to be around!

Meg will be remembered lovingly by her mother, Alice Marie Everitt along with her siblings George (Grace), Alex (Kim), and Philip.  She will be fondly remembered by her nieces and nephews MacKenzie, Eli, Thomas, Ian, Jasper, and Aleigha.  She was predeceased by her father, George.

Mass: at Sacred Heart Catholic Church on Saturday January 19, 2019 at 11:00 am

A remembrance luncheon in the Parish Hall at Sacred Heart will follow. 

Sacred Heart Catholic Church is located at: 4661 82nd Ave. N., Pinellas Park, FL 33781

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1 year ago

So sorry for your loss.- Kris Mayo Harper

Mary Ellen Heinicke
1 year ago

I always looked forward to seeing your warm, friendly smile when you came to visit during your high school days. Thank you so much for being a wonderful friend to my daughter, Sarah. This meant the world to both of us. You were loved by many and already deeply missed.

May you rest in the peace that you truly deserve!
Mary Ellen Heinicke
Sarah Heinicke Whittington’s mom

Tegwyn Stockdale
1 year ago

I did not know her but wish I had. Your description or her spirit and character are so heartwarming in your time of dispair. Thoughts and prayers to you’re family and all of of Megs friends.

Sarah Whittington
1 year ago

I love you, my sweet friend. You were a part of my life for 20 years and one of my closest and dearest friends. I am who I am because of you and I am going to try and find a way to move forward without you, but it will be one of the hardest things I have ever done. My heart is broken and I miss you so very much. Until we meet again, my beautiful, sweet, funny, vivacious, loving, selfless, caring, Meg.

Arleen gross
1 year ago

Dear Alice:

I was so shocked when I heard Meg had passed away. My heart was broken to hear you loss your baby girl. My prayers go out to you and your family.

Arleen Gross (Jennifer’s mom)

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