Myron Everett Stevens, 67,known to friends as Everett, was born on May31. 1952 in Catlettsburg. He took hisjourney to bewith the Lord on February13, 2020 at his home after an extended illness. He grewupworking the farmonDurbin Roadwith hissiblings andwould eventuallymeetthe love of hislife, Pam, atthe young age of 19. Hewould go towork at Armco forthe next 27 years while raising a daughter and son. After giving hislife toGod in 1976and continuing towork at Armco, he began traveling around singing and evangelizing towhomeverwould listen. Godwould eventually call himto the pastorate atDurbin Church oftheNazarene, where hewould serve forthe next 22 years. Godwould use himto lead numeroussoulsto Jesus Christ. Hewas preceded in death by hisfather,OdisJay Stevens,mother, Gladys Stevens, and sister, Teresa. He left behind his wife and bestfriend, Pam, of 48years, daughter Amber, her husband Christopher Wheeler, theirtwo children, Samuel and Sadie and hisson, Chad Stevens, his wife Jessica, their three children, Sophia, Madilyn, and Phoebe. He also leaves behind 8siblings, Faye (Charles) Akers, Jay Stevens, Perry (Terry) Stevens, Maudie (Ray) Sturgill, Loretta (James)Geyer,Juanita (John) Humphrey, Thelma (Bill) Luther, and James Stevens, and numerous nieces and nephews. Brother Everettwillforever be remembered by hisfamily, extended family, and dearfriends. Funeral arrangements will bemade byKilgore& Collier FuneralHome out ofCatlettsburg, KY. A celebration of Brother Everett’slifewill be held on February16, 2020 atDurbin Church ofthe Nazarene located at 28410 US-23, Catlettsburg, KY41129with Pastor RandyBiggs and Pastor RobbyHale officiating. Visitationwill be held from12:00-2:00. Servicewill immediately follow visitation. Finalresting placewill be at RosehillBurial Park at 3801 13th Street, Ashland, KY. Condolencesmay be left at kilgorecollierfuneralhome.com.