With great sadness I must announce the death of Martin Eversfield. Martin joined the RAF on 22nd May 1959, passed out on 17th April 1962 and died on the 60th anniversary of that day in 2021. He had always wanted to join the RAF and remained in service for a full career becoming a Warrant Officer. In his later years he was plagued with ill health and had to have regular dialysis. When his death was announced, tributes poured in. Here are just a few.
Chris Tett 92nd
I shall be raising a glass in his memory, great bloke, good sense of humour and a good mate.
Sad news. I will always remember Martin as the "big guy" of the entry.
Martin was a very likeable man, he will be missed, but suffers no more.
Really saddened to hear of Martin’s passing, he was a gentle giant and really nice guy.
I will always remember Martin, as a friend and colleague, who must be one of the few people who passed through life without ever losing the friendships he made. I will miss his company and his always cheerful outlook on life.
Martin was well liked and had a way of calming down volatile situations. He will be missed by us all.