Everett Beauregard, Temple grad killed in Philadelphia, PA shooting, Obituary, Exited

Everett Beauregard Death, Obituary- Everett Beauregard, a Temple University and Great Valley HS grad shot dead in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. According to report, 23-year-old Great Valley High School graduate Everett Beauregard was fatally shot and killed Thursday in the 400 block of North 35th Street, West Philadelphia.

Everett Beaureguard was shot around 12:30 a.m. in the neck after he got off the train at 34th and Market Street after spending the night playing trivia and gaming with friends, and began walking back to his apartment near Drexel University in West Philadelphia.

Everett Beaureguard was pronounced dead at Presbyterian Medical Center minutes later from his gunshot injury.

According to Police, Everett Beauregard was shot in what they say was an “unprovoked attack” in Philadelphia’s Powelton Village section. Investigators say surveillance video shows Beauregard walking past the suspect on North 35th Street as he was heading to his apartment, the suspect then turns around and shoots the victim in the neck severing his spinal cord.

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Philadelphia Police say no words were spoken between the two before the shooting. The is still at large and are offering a $20000 reward to find the gunman responsible for killing Everett Beauregard.

Great Valley High School released a statement on Friday following the incident. The statement reads below.

“Everett’s death is a tragedy that is being felt deeply by our school community. He is remembered fondly by many of our teachers and staff members, and his mother is a respected and loved member of our teaching staff.

Our focus is on supporting the family and our staff members who are grieving this unexpected loss. Out of respect for the family’s wishes, we are limiting our public comment, but we extend our heartfelt condolences to the Beauregard family.”

Brendan Boyle, Pennsylvania’s 2nd congressional district Representative also shared post following the shooting, he wrote “I am heartsick to learn the senseless epidemic of gun violence has struck a member of my team, our former campaign intern Everett Beauregard. Everett worked for my campaign during the 2018 election season.”

“He made great contributions to our electoral victory that year. He was a nice, well liked, and purposeful young man with a bright future ahead of him. We will truly miss him and we grieve along with his family and friends during this difficult time.”

Further information on this report will be updated upon confirmation.

Everett Beauregard Obituary – Malvern, PA

Everett Beauregard obituary reads – It is with greatest sorrow and heartbreak we announce the death of our extraordinary son, Everett Peter Mason Beauregard. Everett was shot and killed while walking to his home in the city that he loved, after a night of trivia and gaming with some of his most cherished friends.

Everett was born in Paoli on October 9th 1998 to Eric and Leslie Beauregard of Malvern. He came in world unexpectedly, two months before his due date. We have been blessed with surprises from him ever since. Everett leaves a tremendous gap in his community – both in Malvern and Philadelphia.

While a student at GV, he participated in United States Geography Olympiad, National History Bee, Quiz Bowl, Varsity Cross Country runner and Winter track, and the Denmark exchange program. He was a member of the Boy Scouts and camped many summers. He also played baseball with Chester Valley Little League from T-ball through Big League.

His fondest memories of those last years of baseball was the spirit of the team, as evidenced by the team banter and engagement throughout the games. Everett loved nature, being outdoors and hiking the many trails in the area. Hawk Mountain was one of his favorite places.

Ev was an avid birdwatcher and could identify a large quantity of birds. Many summers, with a team of friends, he would participate in the World Series of Birding, a birding competition where participants try to identify the greatest number of bird species throughout the state of New Jersey, over a 24-hour period. His team often placed top in their age group.

Everett was a National Merit Scholar and studied Political Science at Temple University completing most of that course of study in three years. As a Junior at Temple, Everett was trained with the Organizing Corp 2020. This prepared him for work on the 2020 presidential campaign as an organizer.

This campaigning experience was preceded by work on two other local campaigns – Congressman Brendan Boyle and Representative Kristine Howard. Ev’s candidate won in all of the campaigns he worked on, something that made him particularly proud.

Everett did an internship with Philadelphia Youth Basketball and felt a kinship with the organization as he had just picked up community ball playing in the neighborhoods where he lived while in school. Additionally, in his free time, Everett loved to spend time with his friends at local establishments for trivia nights or seeing musicians perform.

He recently saw his favorite band, Los Campesinos! Everett was a National Merit Scholar. He was employed by Wells Fargo in center city and recently made plans to start on his MBA in the winter term. Everett touched the lives of many in a life cut too short. His friends were his world and he moved to the city so he could spend more time with them.

Everett is survived by his parents, Eric and Leslie and his sister Ashleigh and the cat he considered his son, Giannis. Mauger Givnish in Malvern has been entrusted with funeral arrangements for Everett.

All those touched by his senseless loss are invited to visitation and companionship on Thursday evening from 5:00-8:00 PM at the Mauger Givnish Funeral Home – 24 Monument Avenue, Malvern PA. And Friday morning from 10:00 -11:00 AM at St. Francis in the Fields- 689 Sugartown Road, Malvern PA.

The memorial service and burial will follow, starting at 11:00, at St. Francis in the Fields.

In lieu of flowers, Everett’s family asks that commemorative donations be made in his name to one or both of the following organizations –

Philly Youth Basketball – 

Natural Lands  –    -gifts/


“I am so saddened to hear about the senseless killing of a friend of mine Everett Beauregard! I am just in so much shock! My thoughts go out to his family right now. I don’t have many words right now because I am in such shock of this unprovoked murder. He was one of nicest people in activism I knew.

Always willing to help others, almost to a fault. We worked together on the 2020 Presidential campaign with the Chester County team and also in Organizing Corps 2020.
The world has lost such an amazing person and to find this out from ABC world news was just surreal and unbelievable. Rest in Power Everett!”

“Saddened to hear about Everett Beauregard Always a beacon of light and good vibes throughout Middle School and High School. Thoughts and prayer with his Family and Friends.”

Rep. Kristine Howard said in a release on Facebook – “A bright light in our community was dimmed this week in a tragic and senseless shooting in Philadelphia. Everett Beauregard, a Great Valley High School graduate and friend to many was taken from us in yet another act of intolerable gun violence.

In political campaigns, those of who join together in shared beliefs and purpose become close in a way few other endeavors in life can duplicate. I had the pleasure of working with Everett in 2020 when I was seeking reelection and he was an important part of our coordinated campaign and political family. In a small and closely knit community like ours, we are interconnected in many ways.

Everett was on the track team at Great Valley with my son and daughter both of whom remember his kindness and good humor.
Judging by the kind of young man Everett was, it was clear he came from a loving and nurturing family. My heart breaks for his mother and father and all who knew and loved him. May his memory continue to inspire us.”

Photo credit – Jonny Castro Art 

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