Everett L. Landis - Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Homes & Crematory

Everett L. Landis

January 24, 1934 - January 28, 2024

Everett L. Landis, age 90, of West Grove, PA, passed away on Sunday, January 28, 2024.

Everett was born on January 24, 1934 in White Hall, MD to the late Nelson and Edna Landis. He moved to Port Deposit, MD at the age of four. Everett graduated high school from The Jacob Tome Institute in 1952, after which he enlisted in the U.S. Air Force. He served four years of active duty and four years in the reserves. Everett was a graduate of the Air Force School of Photography in Denver, CO. He spent 18 months in Korea and Japan in a photographic reconnaissance group that flew night missions to track troop and equipment movements.

After the service, Everett married his hometown sweetheart and they moved to Newark, DE. He attended night school at the University of Delaware, studying engineering. Everett also did free-lance photography, specializing in weddings. He worked 34 years for the DuPont Company. At retirement, Everett was the group supervisor of the Engineering Department’s photography, printing, microfilm, and computer print-out sections.

His favorite hobbies were photography, woodworking, and wood carving. Everett was a member of Newark United Methodist Church, where he was an usher for 45 years. He was a long-time member and Past Master of Hiram Masonic Lodge in Newark.

He was a wonderful husband, father, and grandfather. Everett is survived by his wife, Ann C. Landis; sons, Gregg (Mary Catherine) and Keith (Jennifer); and two grandchildren, William and Aubrey.

Services will be private.


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  • To the Landis families,
    I’m very sorry for your loss. Everett was a warm and friendly person. He welcomed me into his family with invitations to many fun events such as the Crab Fests, which I will always remember.
    With deepest sympathies,
    Cindy Meyer

  • I was privileged to work with him, I worked in the reproduction room right next to photography room

  • The Leszczynsky family sends sincere condolences to the Landis family on the passing of Everitt, an exceptional man.

  • Sending prayers and hugs to Ann and her family. I fondly remember all the fun times with Everett and Ann. He was a wonderful person and it was a pleasure to have known him.