Robert H. Eversole


Bob Eversole


Robert H. Eversole Age 85, born 10/21/25 in Columbus, OH passed away on Thursday 1/6/11 at The Villages, FL at Hospice House.

Survived by his wife of 31 years Jane (Karrol) Eversole, daughters Lynn (Francis) Dusenbury of San Antonio, TX, Ginger (George) Keller of Dublin, OH, granddaughters Rhonda (Jim) Tharp of Bedford, TX, Amanda & Emma Keller, grandson Daniel Ad’m Dusenbury of Mission Viejo, CA, and great granddaughter Maia Tharp. Step-children Tyra Hughes, Springfield, OH and Roger Coe, Bangkok, Thailand. Also survived by brother William (Doc) Eversole of Filer, ID, sister Patricia Hysell of Westerville, OH, and sister Nancy (Don) Nichols of California and many nieces and nephews.

Preceeded in death by parents Henry G. and Ruth E. Eversole, sister Jean Orders-King, brothers Ensign Jim Eversole, Retired Commander John (Jack) Eversole.

Bob graduated from Columbus’ South High School in 1944 and went on to serve in the US Navy during WWII, graduating from The Ohio State University in 1952 with a degree in biology. After working for 11 years for the State of Kentucky Wildlife Division, moved to Westerville, OH in 1963 and worked for the State of Ohio Wildlife Division for 30 years. Bob was also a member of the Amigo Club. Always an avid hunter and fisherman, Bob took up snow skiing and golfing in his retirement, continuing both into his 80’s. The family would like to thank all of Bob’s golfing buddies and Dunkin Donut friends from The Villages for all the times they stopped by to pick Bob up, or just to say hi in the past few months. These visits brought much joy to Bob. And a special thanks to family friends Patty and Dick Hissong for being there for Bob & Jane during this difficult time.

Services will be held at First Baptist Church at The Villages, 16985 SE 79th Clearview Ave, The Villages, FL 32162 on Saturday 1/8/11 4:00. Burial at a later date at Florida National Cemetery, Buschnell, FL with full military honors. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the American Cancer Society in Bob’s memory.