Everett Spencer McDaniel Jr.
Everett Spencer McDaniel Jr., 53, passed away December 27, 2016 at the University of Kentucky Medical Center. Everett was born in Munich, Germany on November 23, 1963 to his loving parents, Dolores McDaniel and the late Everett S. McDaniel, Sr. Everett is survived by his wife and best friend, Kelly Trosper McDaniel, son, Everett Spencer McDaniel, III, daughter, Shelby LynLee McDaniel, mother, Dolores McDaniel, sister, Dina Davis, and brother, Michael McDaniel. Everett was deeply loved and will be forever missed by a host of family members, wonderful friends, colleagues and business clients. Everett was a very special one-of-a-kind guy with a larger than life personality. He had an infectious laugh and a fun and aggravating sense of humor. He was extremely generous with his laughter, love and opinion. He was a loving and dedicated husband, father, son, brother, and family was always his first priority. Everett earned a degree in Finance from the University of Kentucky. Everett moved to Hawaii in 1989 and found his true home. From 1989-1996, Everett held various positions within Bishop Trust Co. and Hawaiian Trust Co., rising to the position of Employee Benefit Trust Officer. In 1996, Everett became a founding member and principal of PGR Advisors Hawaii, a SEC Registered Investment Advisor. By 2008, PGR, by then renamed Pacific Islands Financial Management (PIFM), had grown to become one of the largest independent Registered Investment Advisors in Hawaii. In 2008, Central Pacific Bank acquired PIFM, and Everett became Senior Vice President, Institutional & Retirement Plan Services. Everett left CPB in 2012 to become a principal with Investment Management Hawaii, a Honolulu-based SEC Registered Investment Advisor serving Retirement Plans and Private Clients in Hawaii, California, Oregon, Nevada, and New Mexico. Everett's favorite things were golfing, basketball and snowboarding. He loved to golf with his best buddies, friends and clients. He loved his annual snowboarding trips to Colorado or Whistler with his family and close friends. He loved to watch, coach and cheer on Spencer, Shelby and their sports teams. Some of his best times and closest friends were made through the years with their sports activities. A Celebration of Everett's Life and Love will be held April 1st at Na Pali Haweo Park, Kamehame Drive, Hawaii Kai at 2pm.
Our deepest condolences to the family and friends of the deceased