Condolence: Everet was such an wonderful man. He was a great neighbour to Peter's family. His love of photography could be seen in my brother Hugh's wedding. The photos Evert took were such natural shots and were expertly done. I loved to watch Evert and Dini dance, they could cover the entire dance floor. Our deepest sympathy to all the family at this most difficult time but the memories you all have will help you through.
Condolence: So very sorry to hear of your Dad's passing. What a fine gentleman he was. He is at peace now and with your Mom. A great neighbour, we will always ember him fondly. Our condolences to all of you . . .
Condolence: We have many fond memories of spending time with Evert and Jean in the Bahamas and in the boatyard in Florida. Although we did not see them in Canada, we kept in touch over the years. We have memories of Evert jogging in Green Turtle Cay, chatting with his HAM friends, coming back to the boat with dinner after diving or fishing. He was an active, busy and thoughtful person and he missed his lifetime partner, Jean, but carried on looking after the bees and enjoying his time sailing. Our thoughts go out to his family. We are sure memories abound with you all. Robyn Hunter & MIchael Skinner
Condolence: Our sincere condolences. We have not met so often as there is big ocean between us. But we have good memories and the stories from his brother Wim about their youth. From Erik and Alexander Stekelenburg, Flora Dooijes and Rita Termeer.
Condolence: Deepest Sympathies to your family with the loss of Evert. I’ve known him for many years at Stormont Yacht Club and was privileged to visit both in Abaco. We shared sailing, fishing adventures and happy hours there. He loved diving for spiny lobster and out swimming the local bull shark. He loved jogging around Man O’ War or Green Turtle. Jean made the best baguette on board which she generously shared with the SYC “south” gang. RIP my friend; you’ll be missed. Thanks for the memories.💕💕💕 Sue Hymus