He loved the Lord, He loved his wife Holly of 24 years and he loved his family. On December 12th, 2020, Everett Louis Eisner got promoted to Heaven, just like his Dad who predeceased him. Even though our hearts are so heavy with missing Everett, we also are equally happy for him, knowing that he is more alive now, than ever before. Completely free of his illness of dementia, totally happy, and whole, and at peace and enjoying all the blessings of heaven because of his Christian faith. That faith made him a man of integrity, honesty, kindness, gentleness and many other virtues. He never sought the limelight even though he excelled at everything he put his mind and hands to. From the sports he participated in during his high school years, to his service in many ministries as a member of Aenon Baptist Church, and as part-owner of Pride Kitchens of which he started in 1976. Everybody knew how much Everett loved his job. He worked long and hard hours. His wife was so proud of him and worked alongside him for 15 years. He would wink at her and say, "Good job, Sweetie," when he would teach her something new. He loved to teach. He never moved away from his community of Chester Basin, NS. He had a passion for music and singing about his faith and really had a wonderful smooth voice. He was a solid, steady influence to everyone, in his quiet, confident manner. He was quick to laugh. He smiled a lot in this life and we are sure he is smiling a lot in Heaven. Everett was a blessing to everyone who knew him. He was a wonderful husband, a good son, a loyal brother, an excellent co-partner and caring friend. For those that shared his Christian faith, Everett is not just a part of our past, but a part of our future! In honour of Everett's love of animals and in memory of him, donations can be made to: www.Integrity'sHavenEquineRescueCentre.cadonate or e-transfer to: firstname.lastname@example.org or PayPal or Mail to: Integrity's Rescue, 275 Highway 12, Chester Basin, NS B0J 1K0.