Reed Jarrett Everett, age 24, of 35 McCorvey Road, Unadilla, died Monday, January 25, 2021, at the Medical Center-Navicent Health in Macon.
Reed was born on May 15, 1996 in Warner Robins and was a graduate of Fullington Academy. Reed worked at Barrington Dairies and with his father and sister on the family farm. He enjoyed spending time with his family, friends and of course on the tractor farming. Infinite hours were spent farming but it's what he loved doing the most. He cared dearly for his family, friends and his Great Dane, Bo and all other family pets. Reed was a very caring, humble and hard-working man.
Mother and Step-Father: Brenda and Dennis Hudson of Unadilla
Father: Jarrett Everett of Montezuma
Jana Everett of Montezuma
Heather Beasley (Cory) of Cecil
Step Sister: Taylor Hudson of North Carolina
Cory Hudson (Stephanie) of Unadilla
Kyle Hudson of Calhoun
Kody Hudson (Amber) of Pineview
Maternal Grandfather: Ed Sanders (Shirley) of Eastman
Paternal Grandmother: Faye Oleshak of Perry
Niece: Shelby Lynn Stanfield of Cecil
Nephew: Reese Sullivan of Cecil
Lance Hudson of Unadilla
Nathan Hudson of Unadilla
Jaxon Hudson of Pineview
Several uncles, aunts and cousins also survive.
He is also survived by his girlfriend, Kennedy Simpson of Pinehurst
Reed was preceded in death by his maternal grandmother, Jan Sanders and his paternal grandfather, Earle Jarrett Everett, Jr.
A celebration of Reed's life will be held at 1 PM Saturday, January 30. The celebration will take place on the family farm in Macon County. Please go to 4942 Fields Crossing Road, Montezuma and then follow the signs. A meal will be provided after the service for everyone. In accordance with COVID-19 guidelines, please remember to socially distance and masks are recommended.
For those who wish to honor Reed's life with a memorial gift, please donate to the FFA at Fullington Academy, Post Office Drawer B, Pinehurst, Georgia 31070.
Brannen-NeSmith Funeral Home of Unadilla is serving the Everett family.
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