Lindbergh "Lin" L. Everett
December 19, 1927 - May 4, 2022

Lindbergh "Lin" L. Everett

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Lindbergh L. ''Lin'' Everett, age 94, of Fremont
Played his final round on May 4, 2022.

Lin was born December 19, 1927 in Central City, Nebraska where he received his early education. He then served in the United States Navy from 1946 to 1948. He married Joan Sinsel on August 12, 1951 in Central City. He then furthered his education and became a coach and teacher early in his career before becoming an administrator. He retired as Principal from Milliken Park Elementary School in Fremont.

After retiring he enjoyed travelling, reading and golf.

Son - Doug
Daughter - Lynn
5 grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren
Friend - Rhoda

Lin was preceded in death by his wife Joan and a son Mike.

There will be no further services at this time. Memorials may be directed to the Fremont Public Schools Foundation.

Ludvigsen Mortuary in Fremont in charge of arrangements

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  1. Velma Sims Shipley
    It was my pleasure to work with Lin as a fellow elementary principal in Fremont. He was always dedicated to the students and staff members of the schools he served. I have fond memories of our principals’ meetings where Lin often expressed his opinions very, very clearly….and most times, he was right! Rest In peace, Lin.
  2. Marge Maly (Widman)
    Mr. Everett, I always looked up to you as principal of Grant school. I always enjoyed talking to you when you were in Hy-Vee. May you Rest In Peace.
  3. David Probst
    I had the opportunity to work with Lin at Milliken Park before he retired. Lin was an administrator that always put the children first in his decision making. My sympathy goes out to the family. Rest assured he is now with Joan enjoying his heavenly reward.
  4. Annette Kay Remshard
    Some of my earliest life memories include Mr. Everett. He was principle of Grant Elementary when I attended there. I had the utmost respect for him. I never saw him not kind. He still has entered my thoughts often, and I send my sincerest condolences to His family and friends at this time.
  5. Frieda Dietrich
    Lin was always ready to help me out as a judge at our ESU sponsored Science Fairs in Fremont. His sense of humor made my day. What a delight to work with. My condolences to his family.
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