Odessa Mae Everidge

December 08, 1927 - March 09, 2012

Odessa Mae Everidge

December 08, 1927 - March 09, 2012


Odessa Mae Everidge was born December 8, 1927 in Tulsa, Oklahoma to Wardell Scott and Mable (Toles) Scott. Odessa married Turner Everidge on April 5, 1986. She worked for the Ann Sanders family as a nanny and housekeeper. Odessa is survived by her husband, Turner Everidge of the home; two daughters: Rose Mathis of Tulsa and Gwenette Hicks of Tulsa; four grandchildren: Darah L. Smith, Teneania Mathis, Mario Burrell and Dravelle Canady; seven great grandchildren: Odessa Burrell, Darah A. Smith, Immanuel Smith, Alyshia Thomas, Marquise Benifield, Precious Mathis and Alise Burrell; six great-great grandchildren: Leah Burrell, Lauren brown, Victor Burrell, Kamyiarose Brown, Ea’Rial Baker, Syncere Baker; one sister: Patsy Macky of Kansas City, Missouri; and a great host of other treasured relatives. She is preceded in death by her parents, granddaughter: Rinda Woodly and great granddaughter: Seneca Burrell. Her memorial service will be held 1:00 p.m., March 14, 2012, graveside at Crown Hill Cemetery in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Condolences may be sent through the guestbook on this page.

Graveside Service

  • Date & Time: March 14, 2012 (1:00 PM)
  • Venue: Crown Hill Cemetery
  • Location: E. 66th Street North and N. Yale Ave. Tulsa, OK - (Get Directions)

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5 responses to Odessa Mae Everidge

  1. Our deepest sympathies on the loss of Odessa Everidge. Please offer a favorite memory of Odessa on this memorial to share more of her life experiences with family and friends.

  2. Remember she is waiting for the day of judgement. Paul tell us in the bible what we need to do to make it to the heaven.

  3. Grandmother will truly be missed, There can never be another like her she could brighten up the world or dim your day depending on where you stood but her heart was always in the right place either way. And to my Grandma rose I can't say it will be okay but I can say it will get easier just know that she's watching over both of your babies/my aunties now and Seneca and we will see her again real soon! I love you!

  4. My beloved grandmother, you will always love in my heart. In my childhood you were fun. In my adolescence you were helpful, and in my adult years you shared your wisdom. I'm your first grandchild and because of the legacy you left behind I am strong. Never forgotten, forever loved. Your Grandbaby, "Darai"

  5. Grandma we miss you, wish you were here with us, but you will always live in our hearts. Christmas wont be the same but I'm sending your gift to heaven but don't open it till Christmas 🙂 LOVE YOU GRANDMA SEE YA LATER!

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