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MYERS, ABBIE (see Walter Clark Myers)

 

MYERS, ABNER E.

 

MYERS, ALBERT FINLEY (summary) - Albert resided in Oil City area since 1928, arriving there from Sligo.   For over 40 years, he was employed as a plumber.  He worked for William McAtee for many years and then was self-employed as a plumber.  For the last four years prior to his death, he served as the City of Oil City's plumbing inspector.   Albert was a member of the Eighth Street Church of God.  Clarion News  7 Sept. 1978 p 20 Submitted by Pamela Grewell

 

MYERS, ALEC J. -   Ex-postmaster Meyers, of Natrona, was killed Tuesday morning on the West Penn railroad near his home. He had just stepped out on the track, and was struck by the Freeport accommodation west.   His body was hurled against the box car and the fog was so dense the engineer did not know he had struck any one. Armstrong Democrat, Friday, December 1, 1899 - submitted by Judi Tatem

 

MYERS, ALLEN MORGAN — Allen M. Myers Dies - Allen M. Myers, 72, of RD 3 New Bethlehem, died early Tuesday, April 19, 1983, in the Brookville Hospital. Born June 24, 1910, in Porter Township, he was a son of the late Samuel M. and Ella C. Himes Myers. Mr. Myers was a lifelong farmer in Porter Township and had also been a miner. He was a veteran of World War II and was a member of the American Legion Post in New Bethlehem. Surviving are one sister, Mrs. Dee Miller of Fairmount City; and a number of neices and nephews. One brother, Foster and three sisters, Mrs. Edith Girt, Mrs. Myrtle Glinkerman and Mrs. Mary Beer, preceded him in death. Services were at 11:00 a.m. Thursday (today) from the Robert V. Burns Funeral Home in Clarion with Robert Shaffer and the Rev. Kenneth Brougham of the Springside Baptist Church, New Bethlehem, officiating. Burial was in the Salem Cemetery at Frogtown. 4/21/1983 - Clarion News

 

MYERS, AMANDA BELLE (MYERS) Mrs. Amanda B. Myers Mrs. Amanda Belle Myers, for many years a prominent resident of Piney township, Clarion county, died at her late home Sunday January 26, 1936 at 6:30 p.m.   She was aged 81 years 7 months and 18 days.   A kind and loving mother, she will be greatly missed by her children and grandchildren. As long as health permitted she was active in her relations with the Licking Presbyterian church, of which she had long been a member.  Mrs. Myers was the widow of the late Wallie Myers who preceded her in death 18 years ago.   To their union eight children were born, seven of whom survive, viz. William, Amos, Henry, Clyde, Richard, Mrs. Lottie Laughin, Mrs. Flossie Summervile, all of Sligo, Pa.   One daughter, Minnie, died 5 years ago.   Besides, she is survived by 8 grandchildren. Funeral services for her memory were held at the home on January 29 conducted by her pastor, Rev. J.T. Howarth, following which interment took place in the family mausoleum at the Licking cemetery.   Leader-Vindicator, New Bethlehem, PA - Submitted by Pamela Myers Grewell.

 

MYERS, AMANDA MELVINA (CRAIG) Mrs. A.E. Myers, of Sligo, a well known and highly esteemed lady, died at her home last Sunday morning, July 27, 1913, aged about 60 years. She leaves 3 children, viz: Mrs. Guy Newell, Rosewell, New Mexico; S.C. Myers of Sligo; and Miss Blanche Myers, at home. Clarion Democrat, July 31, 1913. *Note: wife of Abner E. Myers; daughter of Samuel Valentine & Amanda Melvina (Craig) Myers.

    Amanda Melvina Myers was born on a farm near Sligo, Pa., June 11, 1853 and died July 27, 1913. She was united in marriage to Abner E. Myers, June 11, 1873, who preceded her to the other world June 12, 1912. To this union were born three children, Miss Blanche, at home; Mrs. F. Guy Newell of Roswell, N. Mex., and Samuel C. Myers, a prosperous farmer of this county, residing on the Fulton farm joining the Myers homestead on which he was born and raised. One brother and one sister survive, V.R. Myers of Sligo, and Mrs. J.G. Henry of Topeka, Kan.  Mrs. Myers united with the Presbyterian church when she was but a child and continued a faithful member until God transferred her from the church militant to the church triumphant. She bore her last sickness with the same Christian courage and sweet submissive spirit that always characterized her life. Her last words to her sorrowing friends were, "I am happy on my way." The funeral services were conducted by her pastor, Rev. L. Rexrode in the Sligo Presbyterian church. Clarion Democrat, Aug. 21, 1913. Submitted by Pamela Myers-Grewell.

 

MYERS, AMOS J.

 

MYERS, ANNA MARGARET (SMITH) — MYERS, Margaret - Death came very suddenly to the above named most estimable lady last Monday afternoon, February 17, 1913, at her home on Greenville Avenue, Clarion, Pa. She had been sick only a few days from blood poisoning and her demise came as a shock to the family and community. Miss Margaret Smith was the daughter of the late Solomon K. Smith and was born in Clarion township May 4, 1888. She was united in marriage in 1904 with James C. Myers who survives with her 3 sons, the oldest being 7 years of age. She is also survived by two brothers and seven sisters; Mrs. Jas. L. Johnson, Fisher, Mrs. A.L. McCain, Pittsburg; Mrs. W.H. Coleman and Mrs. H.C. Hicks, New Kensington, Mrs. O.C. Rankin, Franklin, Mrs. C.F. Huff, Sigel; Mrs. H.M. Linsenbigler, Beaver Falls; C.O. Smith, Oklahoma and J.C. Smith, New Castle. Mrs. Myers was a member of the Presbyterian church and was a splendid homemaker and homekeeper. She was a good woman and was most highly esteemed by all who knew her. The funeral took place in the Presbyterian church Wednesday afternoon, Rev. Glenn M. Shafer officiating, and the interment was made in the Clarion cemetery. Clarion Democrat, Feb 20, 1913 Submitted by Pamela Myers-Grewell. Note: wife of James Clark Myers.

 

MYERS, ASHLEY E.

 

MYERS, BARBARA (EABY) -- Mrs. Barbara Myers died April 19, 1910 at the home of her son, C.A. Myers, in Monroe Township, Clarion County, aged 95 years, 3 months and 5 days. She was the daughter of Isaac and Mary Eaby and was born January 15, 1815 at the Compass, Chester Co., Pennsylvania, where she grew into womanhood. She was the last survivor of a family consisting of 4 brothers and 4 sisters of which she was the second in age. On October 13, 1836, she was married to Abner Myers of Lancaster County, and with her husband traveled overland and settled in Clarion county in May 1847, upon a farm purchased from Judge Christian Myers, and upon this farm she ever afterwards made her home. Mrs. Myers reared a family of 9 boys and 1 girl. At the outbreak of the Civil War the 3 oldest sons offered their services in defense of their country and were enlisted in the Union Army. Wm. H. was killed in the battle of Gettysburg; John E. lost his life in the Wilderness Campaign; and Stephen, though wounded, survived the conflict, but died some years after the close of the war. There still survive 5 sons and one daughter: Mrs. Katherine Buchanan, of Buffalo, N.Y.; Clarence, Abner, and Amos, of near Sligo, this county; Isaac of Butler, Pa.; and George M., of Clarion. There were born in her lifetime 23 grandchildren and 27 great-grandchildren, most of whom are still living. "Grandmother" Myers, as she was familiarly known throughout the neighborhood, was a woman of kindly disposition and Christian character. Though burdened with the weight of many years, her general health remained good and her mind clear, until her last illness. Funeral services were held at the home of Abner E. Myers, conducted by Rev. Dr. J.M. McCurdy, her pastor of many years, assisted by Rev. Fervor, of the Licking Presbyterian Church and Rev. Bittinger of the Sligo Presbyterian Church. Interment was made in the Sligo cemetery. Source: Clarion Democrat, April 28, 1910.

 

MYERS, BEATRICE C. (KAMMERDEINER) Beatrice C. Myers, 87, of Clyde passed away Friday at the Arbors of Clyde. She was born November 7, 1920 in Sligo, Pa., the daughter of the late Ames & Nellie Grace (Eaker) Kammerdeiner. She was a member of Sand Hill United Methodist Church, Groton Township, Ohio, an avid gardener and talented seamstress and enjoyed spending time with her family and golfing. Survivors include her son Gordon R. Myers of Green Springs, Ohio, daughter Beverly Greenwalt of Rimersburg, Pa., grandchildren, Michael Myers of Clyde, Ohio, Gregory Myers of Sherwood, AR, Terri Lynn Kerr of Titusville, Pa., Karen Rankin of Rimersburg, Pa., Laurie Castile of Cambridge Springs, Pa., 10 great grandchildren, 1 great-great grandson, brother Donald Kammerdeimer of Clarion, Pa., sisters Joanne Peters of Sligo, Pa., Emma Jean Gathers of Clarion, Pa., Louise Botzer of Strattanville, Pa., and Martha Kammerdeimer of Mars, Pa., In addition to her parents her husband Ivan D. Myers whom she married July 23, 1938, and her sisters Frances Hindman and Mildred Botzer preceded her in death. Service: 10 a.m. Friday August 10, 2007 at Bakertown Cemetery, Green Creek Township, Ohio with Rev. Eric Martin officiating. A memorial service will be held at Baker Street Church of God, 160 Veteran St, Rimersburg, Pa., on August 11, 2007 at 1p.m. with Rev. H. Michael Kennedy officiating. Memorials: Sand Hill United Methodist Church, C/O Rev. Eric Martin, 651 Harrison St, Port Clinton, Ohio 43452. Foos & Son Funeral Home, 311 W. Main St, Bellevue, Ohio is handling the arrangements. Source: The Derrick, July 30, 2007. Submitted by Pamela Myers-Grewell. [d 7-27-2007] A slightly different version also ran in the Jul 29, 2007 The Advertiser-Tribune and Jul 30, 2007  News-Messenger

 

MYERS, BERTHA ALBERTA (GIBSON) —  FAIRVIEW - Mrs. Bertha A. Myers, 73, died at 6:30 a. m. Tuesday at her residence, 126 South Garwood Street, Fairview. She was the wife of Jesse M. Myers and mother of Mrs. William West of Monessen and Arthur Myers and Albert Myers of Dayton, Ohio. Mrs. Myers is survived by her sister, Mrs. Mary Hartley of Mayport and brother, Earnest Gibson of Oil City. She also leaves 10 grandchildren and 10 great - grandchildren. Friends may call at the James 0. Evans Funeral Home. Fairview, on Wednesday and Thursday from 2 to 5 p.m. and from 7 to 10 p.m. Services will be held from the funeral home Friday at 2 p.m. Interment will be in Laurel Hill Cemetery. The Derrick, Oil City, Pa.   Wednesday, June 16, 1965.   Pg 24  Submitted by Pamela Myers-Grewell.

 

MYERS, BERTHA LEROY (COCHELLE)SLIGO - Bertha Leroy Myers, 95, of Broad Street, New Bethlehem, died at 1:30 pm Saturday in   Brookville Hospital. Born February 19, 1881 in Monroe Township, Clarion County, she was a daughter of Michael and Rosella Armstrong Cochelle.   She married Samuel Carl Myers, who died in 1953. Survivors include a son, Vernon of Sligo RD; a daughter, Mrs. Hazel Craig of New Bethlehem; six grandchildren; and 14 great-grandchildren.   She was preceded in death by a son, Carl, and a brother, Clair. Mrs. Myers lived most of her life In Monroe Township, living for the past 21 years in New Bethlehem Friends may call at the Hawk  Funeral Home in Sligo. The Derrick, Oil City, Pa., Monday, April  19, 1976 via Paul Kifer.

     Mrs. Myers Succumbs at Age 95: Sligo-  Bertha Leroy Myers, 95, of Broad Street, New Bethlehem, died at 1:30 pm Saturday in Brookville Hospital.   Born February 19, 1881 in Monroe Township, Clarion County, she was a daughter of Michael and Rosella Armstrong Cochelle.   She married Samuel Carl Myers, who died in 1953. Survivors include a son, Vernon of Sligo, RD; a daughter, Mrs. Hazel Craig of New Bethlehem; six grandchildren; and 14 great-grandchildren.   She was preceded in death by a son, Carl, and a brother, Clair.  Mrs. Myers lived most of her life in Monroe Township, living for the past 23 years in New Bethlehem.   Friends may call at the Hawk Funeral Home in Sligo. Clarion News  20 Apr 1976  p 11 Submitted by Pamela Myers-Grewell.

 

MYERS, BERTIN G. 

 

MYERS, BETTY LUCILLE -- A farm tractor accident resulted in the 5 pm Saturday death of Mrs. Betty Lucille Myers, 33, of Sligo. Mrs. Myers was killed when the tractor she was driving and the wagon-load of hay being pulled jack-knifed.   She was driving downhill when the tractor began to skid.   The tractor and it trailing wagon skidded into a wooded area and jack-knifed.   The tractor hit a tree and Mrs. Myers was killed instantly as her neck was caught between tractor and tree. Her husband, Walter, was riding on the hay wagon at the time of the mishap.   He was thrown from the wagon and pinned under the tractor radiator. Walter managed to work himself free and was treated for leg injuries. Relatives related Mrs. Myers had come to the hill-top field with water for a wheat combining crew.   Her husband asked her to drive the tractor to the barn on her return. Mrs. Myers was born May 28, 1925, in Monroe Township, Clarion County, the daughter of Clarence and Mary Keister Myers.   Her parents preceded her in death. She was united in marriage to Walter R. Myers April 28, 1945 [1942]. In addition to her husband, two sons survive, Jerry, 14, and Kenneth, 13.   Two brothers, Harmon and Eugene Myers, Sligo RD, also survive. Mrs. Myers was a member of the Curllsville Methodist Church, the WSCs and Young People’s Married Class of that church.   She was also an employee of the Parker Glass Plant in Parker. The body was removed to the Hawk Funeral Home, Sligo, where friends may call. The Derrick, Oil City, Pa.. Monday, August 11, 1958.   Pg 1 Submitted by Pamela Myers-Grewell.

 

MYERS, BOBBY JOE RICHARD Bobby Joe Richard Myers, 40, of 132 Mountain View Road, Oil City, died unexpectedly Tuesday, Dec. 14, 2004. Born Jan. 17, 1964, in Oil City, he was the son of Harry R. and Beulah Smith Myers. Mr. Myers owned and operated Myers Tree Service. Surviving are his mother, Beulah Myers of Oil City; a son, Bobby Joe Myers Jr. of Oil City; two brothers, Jim Myers and wife, Lori, of Rouseville, and Jody Myers of Venus; and a sister, Darlene Holcomb of Oil City. He also is survived by seven nieces and nephews, Dallas Rowland, Dakota Rowland, Jamie and Rich Roos, Eric and Amy Hogue, Gage Myers, Leigha Myers and Angie Myers; and five great-nieces and great-nephews, Christine Myers, Michael Myers, Austin Horner, Ashley Myers and Ryan Hogue. Mr. Myers was preceded in death by his father. There will be no visitation. Services will be conducted at the convenience of the family. Interment will be in Venus Cemetery. The Morrison Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorials be made to the Multiple Sclerosis Society. Note: grandson of Edward Leslie & Melinda (Kirkwood) Myers.  Submitted by Malinda Brenizer.

 

MYERS, CLARENCE A. Word has been received by friends in this county of the death of Maj. C. A. Myers, a former resident of Monroe township, but who, with his wife, removed to Buffalo, N. Y, about ten years ago, where they have lived happily and enjoyed life and many friends together. Major Myers died Sunday, June 24, 1928, and was past 82 years of age. He has long been a reader of the Democrat. It is hoped we may be able to give a more extended notice next week. Source: Clarion Democrat. Note: son of Abner & Barbara (Eaby) Myers. Submitted by Pamela Grewell

 

MYERS, CARL HAMILTONFall From Car Fatal to Carl Myers of Sligo— A verdict of accidental death was issued by Dr. H.M. Wellman, coroner, in the death of Carl H. Myers, 41, of Sligo, who died Saturday afternoon as the result of injuries received when he fell from his car about 12:30 a.m. Friday.  According to Cpl. Paul Winger of the State Police, who investigated the accident, Myers and his wife were returning from New Bethlehem. Myers had asked his wife to drive. She stopped for the stop sign on highway 68 near the County Home. Mrs. Myers had crossed the highway and as the car reached the blacktop pavement leading to Shamburg, the car door opened and Myers fell out. The car is believed to have been moving slowly at the time.  Myers' skull was fractured by the fall, and he died in the afternoon of the following day.  Mr. Myers was born in Monroe township, November 8, 1904. He was a resident of New Bethlehem for fifteen years and was engaged in electrical contracting and had been manager of the Leatherwood Telephone company for the past eight years. He lived in the Sligo vicinity for the last seven years.  He is survived by his wife, the former Mary Wensel of Sligo; one daughter, Norma; a son, Robert; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S.C. Myers of Sligo; a sister, Mrs. Thomas A. Craig; and a brother, Vernon, the latter two of New Bethlehem. Funeral services were held Monday at 2:30 o'clock from the home, conducted by Rev. James W. Fraser of the New Bethlehem Presbyterian Church, assisted by Rev. Elder D. Crawford of Callensburg. Interment was in Sligo cemetery.

     MYERS, CARL HAMILTON —  Carl Hamilton Myers, 41, passed away early Saturday morning, March 16, 1946 at his home near Sligo, Pa. Death was the result of a fractured skull sustained the morning of March 15.  Mr. Myers was born in Monroe Township November 8, 1904. He was well known and much respected by everyone who knew him. A citizen of New Bethlehem for 15 years, he was engaged in electrical contracting and for eight years was manager of the Leatherwood Telephone Company. For the past seven years he resided in the Sligo vicinity. The high esteem in which he was held was attested to by the many floral tributes and visitors in the home. Surviving are his wife, the former Mary Wensel of Sligo; one daughter, Norma, and one son, Robert; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S.C. Myers of Sligo; one sister, Mrs. Thomas A. Craig, and one brother, Vernon E. Myers, both of New Bethlehem.  Funeral services were held Monday, March 18 at 2:30 p.m. from his late home, conducted by Dr. James Wallace Fraser, pastor of the Presbyterian church, New Bethlehem, assisted by the Rev. Elder D. Crawford of Callensburg. Interment was in the Sligo cemetery under the direction of Mortician Guy Hawk.  Card of Thanks -  We wish to extend our thanks to all our friends and neighbors who showed us so many kindnesses and extended so many expressions of sympathy at the death of our husband and father, Carl H. Myers - Mrs. Carl H. Myers, Norma and Bob. Submitted by Pamela Myers-Grewell.

 

MYERS, CATHERINE HULINGS

 

MYERS, CHARLES COLLINS Charles had been a resident of Sharon and Sharpsville, PA since about 1910. He retired from Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corp., Farrell, PA. Charles moved to Sharon about 1910 as Beatrice was born in 1911 in Sharpsville, PA. Mead baptized Methodist Church, Sharpsville, PA. Charles Collins Myers, Age 61, of Parkway, Sharpsville, Mercer Co., PA died at his home 4:20 a.m. September 15, l940. Surviving are four sons, Meade Myers, Sharpsville; John, Leroy and Raymond of Sharon, PA. Three daughters, Mrs. John (Gladys L.) Buck Jr., of Sharon, PA; Mrs. Telesfore (Beatrice) Carly, West Middlesex, PA and Mrs. Joseph (Laura) Byerly, Sharpsville, PA; two brothers: Frank of Sharon, and Ross of Parkers Landing, PA; four sisters, Mrs. Pearl Harnish, St. Petersburg, PA; Mrs. Jacob (Jennie) Hartzell, Mrs. David (Alice) Blair and Mrs. Clyde (Margaretta) Blanchard, all of Knox, PA and four grandchildren.  Funeral services held at l:00 p.m. at Love's Funeral Home in Sharpsville, with REV. John L. Buck of Mercer, PA in charge. Interment in Oakwood Cemetery, Hermitage, Mercer County, PA. - submitted by Malinda Brenizer

 

MYERS, CHAROLETTE GENEVIEVE (WECKERLY)

 

MYERS, CHESTER (see James Chester Myers)

 

MYERS, CLAIR LENOR Clair L. Myers, 47, well known garage owner in Oil City, died suddenly in his home, Oil City, RD 2, about 8:30 a.m. Monday, May 14, of a heart attack. Mr. Myers had been in town to work and had returned for something he had forgotten when he was stricken in the yard of his home. Born March 4, 1904, in Sligo, son of the late Harry V. and Myra Finnefrock Myers, he came to Oil City in 1928. Mr. Myers had been employed as a mechanic in several local garages before going into business for himself about 14 years ago. He owned the garage operated in connection with the Lutz service station, corner of Main and N. Petroleum sts. He attended Grace Methodist church. Mr. Myers was married to the former Iva Bell, who survives, to... (clipping snipped). Source: Clipping in possession of Lillie Belle (Myers) Master, and shared by Art & Jan Myers. Obit printed: Clarion Republican  17 May 1957 p 8

     Clair L. Myers, 47, well known garage owner in Oil City, died suddenly in his home, Oil City, RD 2, about 8:10 a.m. Monday, May 14, of a heart attack. Mr. Myers had been in town to work and had returned for something he had forgotten when he was stricken in the yard of his home. Born March 4, 1904, in Sligo, son of the late Harry V. and Myra Finnefrock Myers, he came to Oil City in 1928. Mr. Myers had been employed as a mechanic in several local garages before going into business for himself about 14 years ago. He owned the garage operated in connection with the Lutz service station, corner of Main and N. Petroleum sts. He attended Grace Methodist church. Mr. Myers was married to the former Iva Bell, who survives, together with two children by a previous marriage;   Mrs. Mildred Van Dyke, Oil City;   Miss Shirley Myers, South Carolina; three grandchildren, and the following brothers and sisters:   J. M. Myers, Fairview, Pa.; Thomas R. Myers, Sligo;, Coulter Myers, Knox; Albert and Eugene   Myers, Oil City;   Mrs. Elva Wise, Polk;   Mrs. Mary Varner, and Mrs. Lille Belle Masters, both of Sligo. The body was removed to the Crawford funeral home where friends may call. The Blizzard, Oil City, Pa.   Monday, May 14, 1951. Pg 2 via Paul Kifer.

       Funeral services for Clair L. Myers of RD 2 were held at 2 pm Wednesday in the Crawford funeral home with Rev. D. N. Thomas of the First Free Methodist church officiating. During the services he read the 23rd Psalm and “Is There Anyone That Can Help Us?”   Interment was in Brandon cemetery with the following pallbearers:   Francis and Carl Lutz, William Heckathorne, John Spence, Arthur Yoder and William Kay. Those who attended from out of town included:   Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Myers and family of Erie;   Joseph Seitz of Akron, O.;, T. R. Myers, Mrs. and Mrs. Harold Masters and family; Davis Myers and Neuland Myers of Sligo;   Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Varner of Clarion;   Coulton Myers of Franklin; Mr. and Mrs. George Wise of Polk;   Mr. and Mrs. Frank Whitmer and Hilton Whitmer of Emlenton;   Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myers, Mrs. Wayne Durnell ?  and Jack Myers of Knox. The Blizzard, Oil City, Pa.   Thursday,  May 17, 1951 via Paul Kifer.

 

MYERS, CLARENCE JOHNClarence Myers, 50, of Reidsburg, died Tuesday, April 9, at the Oil City hospital from a heart ailment. He was born February 4, 1896, in Licking township and was a miner by trade. His wife preceded him in death nine years ago.  Surviving are two sons, Harmon of Sligo and Eugene and a daughter, Mrs. Walter Myers of Piney township. Also surviving are two grandchildren.  A funeral service was held at 2:30 p.m. Friday at the family home with Rev. Chelton of Sligo officiating. Internment was in the Licking cemetery at Churchville. Submitted by Pamela Myers-Grewell.

   Clarence Myers, 50, of Shamburg, was admitted to Oil City hospital Sunday, and died early Tuesday morning of a heart ailment. The body was removed to Hawk funeral home in Sligo, and services will be held from the home Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Burial will be in Licking cemetery.  Mr. Myers was born in Licking township, February 4, 1896, and was a miner by trade. His wife preceded him in death by nine years, and he is survived by two sons, Harmon of Sligo, and Eugene of Shamburg, one daughter, Mrs. Walter Myers, and two grandchildren. - submitted by Linda Walls

 

MYERS, CLARK RAY (“DICK”)  — Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Sunday, November 17, in the Hawk Funeral Home in Sligo for Clark Ray Myers, aged 78 y ears, who died in the Clarion Osteopathic Community Hospital on Thursday, November 14.  The services on Sunday were conducted by the Rev. Earl H. Thomas, pastor of the Zion Baptist Church; burial was in the Reidsburg cemetery. The late Mr. Myers was a member of the Zion Church and had served as a deacon for many years.   He was born in Monroe Township on September 22, 1890, a son of the late Wallie & Amanda (Myers) Myers, and was married to the former Eleanor Shankle, who died in March of last year.  He is survived by a son, Larue Myers of Clarion; by a sister, Mrs. Donald (Flossie) Summerville of RD1, Sligo; by three grandchildren and by several nieces and nephews.   Four brothers and two sisters are deceased.  Clarion News  20 Nov 1968 p 8. - Submitted by Pamela Myers-Grewell.

 

MYERS, CLYDE MILES  Clyde M. Myers, 72, Sligo, RD died Tuesday following a heart attack.  He was born March 4, 1882 in Monroe Township, Clarion County, the son of the late Wallie V. and Amanda Myers.  He spent his entire life in Piney township and worked as a farmer.  Myers married Lilly Blanche Hodil, who survives, on March 14, 1915.   Also surviving are the following children: Dean, Wallie, and Clyde Jr., all of Sligo RD; three brothers and a sister: Billie Myers, New Bethlehem, RD; Henry Myers and Clark Myers, Sligo, RD; and Mrs. Flossie Summerville, Sligo, RD.  Also surviving are six grandsons.   Two sisters and a brother preceded him in death.  He was a member of the Rimersburg Presbyterian Church.  Services will be held in the family home Friday at 2 p.m. by the Rev. Jose Medina.   Interment will be in the family vault in Churchville.  The Guy M. Hawk Funeral Home is in charge. (Clarion Republican, Aug. 5, 1954) - Submitted by Pamela Myers-Grewell.

 

MYERS, CORA ELIZABETH (SLOAN) - Requiem Mass was celebrated at 10 a.m. Saturday in the Immaculate Conception Church in Clarion for Mrs. Cora Elizabeth Myers, 83, of Clarion, who died Wednesday, Jan. 6 [1971], in Clarion Osteopathic Community Hospital.  Born August 28, 1887, in Clarion County, she was a daughter of the late Joseph and Minnie Schillinger Sloan. She was married to Walter Jacob Myers, who died in 1946.   Mrs. Myers was a member of the Immaculate Conception Church.   Surviving are four daughters, Mrs. Ruth Greenawalt, Mrs. Helen Hackbarth and Mrs. Bessie Hartle of Clarion and Mrs. Dolly Travis of Fairmount City; 24 grandchildren; 32 great-grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Edith Wolfe of Columbus, Ohio and Mrs. Frances Nail of Youngstown, Ohio, and three brothers, William and Edward Sloan of Clarion and Leo Sloan of Columbus, Ohio.  Two sons preceded her in death.  Father Joseph Meisinger was celebrant at the funeral services and burial was in the church cemetery. The Gerald L. Goble Funeral Home in Clarion had charge of arrangements. Submitted by Pamela Myers-Grewell.

     Mrs. Cora Elizabeth Myers, 83, of _ _ Third Ave., Clarion died Wednesday in the Clarion Hospital. She was born August 28, 1887, in Clarion County, a

daughter of Joseph and Minnie Schillinger Sloan. She was married to Walter Jacob Myers, who preceded her in death in 1946. Mrs. Myers was a

member of the Immaculate Conception Church at Clarion. She is survived by four daughters, Mrs. Ruth Greenawalt, Mrs. Helen Hackbarth and Mrs.

Bessie Hartle all of Clarion and Mrs. Dolly Travis of Fairmount City;   two sisters, Mrs. Edith Wolfe of Columbus, Ohio and Mrs. Frances Nail of

Youngstown, Ohio;   three brothers, William and Edward Sloan of Clarion and Leo Sloan of Columbus, Ohio; 24 grandchildren; and 32 great

grandchildren. In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by two sons, John and William Myers. Friends may call at the Gerald L. Goble

funeral home, in Clarion. Requim mass will be celebrated at 10 am Saturday in the Immaculate Conception Church with the Rev. Joseph Meisinger

officiating.   Interment will be in the church cemetery. The Derrick, Oil City, Pa. Friday, Jan 8, 1971.   Pg 2 Submitted by Pamela Myers-Grewell.

 

MYERS, COULTER DON  Coulter B. Myers, 61, of Marble Star Route, died at noon Wednesday, January 28, in the Oil City Hospital.  He was the son of the late Harry V. and Elmyra Finefrock Myers. Mr. Myers was born October 6, 1897. Mr. Myers had lived in Franklin for several years and was a trucker by trade. His wife, Iva, preceded him in death in 1945. He was a member of the Providence Methodist Church.  He is survived by six children, Elmyra Wilkens, Franklin; Mrs. Wayne Barnett, Knox RD; Robert, Marble; Wilfred, Oil City RD2; Jack, Washington D.C. and Mrs. Dan Reighard; Jacksonville, Fla.  He is also survived by the following brothers and sisters: Jess, Erie; Thomas, Clarion RD; Albert, Oil City; Martin, Sligo; Eugene, Polk, Mrs. Elva Klingensmith, Clarion RD; Mrs. Clarence Barner; and Mrs. Lillybille of Clarion.   Twenty-three grandchildren and one great grandchild also survive.  The body was removed to the Stuart Funeral Home where funeral services were held at 2:30 p.m. Saturday.   The Rev. Merle Wonderling officiated and interment was made in the Providence Methodist Church Cemetery. Clarion Democrat  3 Feb 1959 p 5   *notation: clerical error. Name was Coulter Don Myers.  Submitted by Pamela Myers-Grewell.

 

MYERS, DALE ALAN Dale Alan MYERS, 33, of Butler, died August 19, 1997 in work related accident. Born January 6, 1964 in Butler son of Ronald and Joan (Deahl) Myers. Surviving spouse: Melissa Francis Myers. August 27, 1997 Leader-Vindicator. Submitted by Pamela Myers-Grewell.

 

MYERS, DALE WESLEY  Dale Wesley Myers, 83, of 108 Williams Road, Butler, formerly of Sligo, died Saturday at his residence following a long illness.  Born in Sligo on June 1, 1920, to Lee M. Myers and LuLu M. McHenry.  Mr. Myers was a former assistant superintendent of AirCo.  He was a member of the Community Alliance Church, where he served as a trustee and was a member of the Young at Heart. For years he served on the church’s venison dinner committee.  He was an Army veteran in World War Two, serving with the Army Corp. of Engineers.  Surviving are his wife, Faye L. (Seybert) Myers, two daughters, Mrs. Sheila E. Dudney of Costa Rica and Mrs. Ruth Ann Pagano of Butler; a son, Keith W. Myers of Butler; a brother, Hillis Myers of Chicago; four grandsons; and a number of nieces and nephews. -- Butler Eagle

  MYERS - Friends of Dale Wesley Myers, who died July 6, 2003, at his home, will be received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at THOMPSON-MILLER FUNERAL HOME, 124 E. North St. Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the funeral home with the Rev. Robert Thomas of Community Alliance Church officiating. Burial will be at Greenlawn Burial Estates in Mount Chestnut. Graveside military honors will be conducted by the members of VFW Post 249. -- Butler Eagle, July 2003 Submitted by Pamela Myers-Grewell.

 

MYERS, DANA RONALD "The life given us by nature is short. But the memory of a well-spent life is eternal." - Cicero

    Dana R. "Pork" Myers, 74, of Middlesex Township, formerly of Sligo, died Wednesday after a brief illness. Born Feb, 27, 1935, in Sligo, he was the son of the late Neuland and Margaret (Wentzel) Myers. Dana was a proud member of the Teamsters Local 249. He was a 27-year employee of Eazor Express, and in 1995 retired from Roadway Express. He will be dearly missed and lovingly remembered. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by three siblings, Ivan, Dorie and Dee Myers. He was the loving father of Tammy Myers, Dionne Brelsford, Todd Myers, Traci Myers and Megan McDonnell; the dear brother of Phyllis Tippery, Lora Jean Gathers, Mona Boyles and Donna Elmore; the loving grandfather of Joshua, Owen, Hannah and Claudia Brelsford, Mackenzie and Tyler Myers, and Freddy Grosshaupt IV.

   MYERS - A private ceremony will be held by the family of Dana R. "Pork" Myers, who died Wednesday, Dec. 16, 2009, later before he is laid to rest in his family plot in Sligo. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in his honor to the Salvation Army, 313 W. Cunningham St., Butler, PA 16001. Arrangements are by the Schellhaas Funeral Home and Cremation Services, Bakerstown.

 

MYERS, DAVID A.

 

MYERS, DAVID A. — David A. Myers, 76, of Murray Street, a retired employee of Lapp Insulator in LeRoy, died Friday (Sept. 10, 1993) in Wyoming County Community Hospital. Born in Clarion, Pa., he moved here 32 years ago. He worked for 22 years for the Pennsylvania Railroad, Oil City, Pa. and was employed 17 years as an electrician at the Lapp Insulator Co., LeRoy. He retired from Lapp 20 years ago. Survivors include his wife, Alda I. McKinsey Myers; a son, Robert D. of LeRoy; a daughter, Cora A. Howland of Wyoming; 19 grandchildren; 33 great-grandchildren; and a great-great-grandson. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Monday at the Weeks Funeral Home, Inc., 123 N. Main St. here. Burial will be in the Warsaw Cemetery. Buffalo News, The (NY) - September 11, 1993 courtesy of Thelma Kifer.

 

MYERS, DAVID FELTY (summary) -   David was a coal miner and later worked with Penn D.O.T.   He lived in Sligo most of his life, moving to Butler about a year before his death.   He was a member of the Curllsville Methodist Church and also of the AARP. Clarion News 19 Sept 1978 p 9

 

MYERS, DEAN WALLACE Dean W. Myers, 82 —  Dean W. Myers, 82, of Sligo RR 2 died Saturday, May 2, 1998, at his residence. Born May 3, 1915, in Licking Township, Clarion County, he was a son of Clyde and Lillie (Hodil) Myers.  He married the former Hazel M. Sedgwick on December 22, 1945. She survives.  Mr. Myers was a lifelong self-employed dairy farmer.  In his earlier years, he had owned and operated a school bus and a coal truck.  Mr. Myers had been a member of Rimersburg Presbyterian Church, where he had served as trustee and deacon.  He also had served as secretary/treasurer of Licking Presbyterian Church Cemetery Association.  Mr. Myers is survived by two sons and daughters-in-law, Dennis and Deborah Myers, and John and Audrey Myers, all of Sligo RR 2; and four grandchildren, Mrs. Thomas (Sheila) Craig of Knox, and Amanda B. Myers, Deena L. Myers, and Adam W. Myers, all of Sligo RR 1.  He also is survived by two brothers, Wallie G. Myers and Clyde R. Myers Jr., both of Sligo RR 2.  Mr. Myers was preceded in death by his parents.   Funeral services were held at 11 a.m. Tuesday, May 5, at the Varner Funeral Home in Sligo. The Rev. Douglas Friant, pastor of Rimersburg Presbyterian Church, officiated.  Interment was in Licking Presbyterian Church Cemetery near Curllsville.  The family suggests memorial contributions be made to the Clarion-Forest Visiting Nurse Association in Knox, or the Rimersburg Presbyterian Church.—Leader-Vindicator

 

FUNERAL LEAFLET:

Inside left side:   God hath not promised skies always blue, Flowers-strewn pathways all our lives through;   God hath not promised sun without rain, Joy without sorrow; peace without pain.   But God hath promised strength for the day. Rest for the labor, light for the way, Grace for the trials, help from above, Unfailing sympathy Undying love...

Inside right side:

IN LOVING MEMORY OF   Dean W. Myers

BORN   May 3, 1915

DIED   May 2, 1998

SERVICES   11:00 a.m. Tuesday May 5, 1998 Varner Funeral Home

CLERGY   Rev. Douglas Friant

INTERMENT   Licking Presbyterian Cemetery

ARRANGEMENTS BY   J. Robert Varner

Submitted by Pamela Myers-Grewell.

 

MYERS, DICK HENRY SLIGO - Dick Henry Myers, 63, of Sligo RD2 - a veteran school bus driver for the Union School District whose home, a county historical landmark, was ruined by a tornado in early October - died at 11:30 a.m. Monday, December 15, 1986, in the Allegheny General Hospital in Pittsburgh.  Mr. Myers suffered a stroke on Tuesday, November 18, 1986, and was Lifeflighted from the Clarion Osteopathic Community Hospital to the Pittsburgh hospital.  His three-story 14-room house, built in 1844, and its contents, along with his barn and three-stall garage, were totally destroyed by a tornado that hit Piney Township on Friday night, Oct. 3.  Born August 15, 1923 in Monroe Township, he was a son of Henry and Edith Summerville Myers.  He was married to the former Wanda Jean Deitz, who preceded him in death.  Mr. Myers was a farmer in Piney Township for many years.   He was a bus driver/contractor for the Union School District for the past 20 years.  He was a member of the United Presbyterian Church in Rimersburg.  Mr. Myers was a member of the Clarion F & AM Lodge, Coudersport Consistory, Zem Zem Shrine Temple of Erie and a past president of the Clarion County Shrine Club.   He also was a member of the Tall Cedars, Camel Herders, Clarion County Tyres.  Mr. Myers, a volunteer ambulance driver with the Southern Clarion County Volunteer Ambulance Service was a past president of the Sligo Lions Club.  Surviving include a son, H. Michael Myers of Ashville; two daughters, Mrs. Ronald (Edie) Fox of Clarion RD2 and Mrs. Gary (Connie) Schill of Lucinda RD2; two sisters, Mrs. Henry (Mary Alice) Burns of New Bethlehem RD 2 and Mrs. Phyllis Corbin of Kittanning; and three grandchildren, Brock Myers and Kristina and Brian Fox.   The family will receive friends from 2 p.m. until 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. until 9 p.m. today (Wednesday) in the Hawk Funeral Home, Sligo. Services will be held in the funeral home at 2 p.m. tomorrow (Thursday) with the Rev. Randy Spencer, pastor of the Zion Baptist Church Reidsburg, officiating. Interment will be at the Churchville Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations be made to the Shrine Hospital for Crippled Children in Erie. - Submitted by Pamela Myers-Grewell.

 

MYERS, DONALD JAMES Donald Myers of Sligo. Ex-Commissioner Dies. CLARION - Donald James Myers, 75, of Sligo RD 1, former Clarion County Commissioner, died at 1 p.m. Thursday in the Erie VA Hospital.  Mr. Myers was born January 18, 1895, in Piney Township, Clarion County, a son of Ambrose and Nannie Weeter Myers.  He was married on October 29, 1919 to Marion Dorothy Platt. Mr. Myers served as a Democratic commissioner from 1956-1960.   He operated a garage in Sligo RD for 28 years and was a dealer for J.L. Case farm machinery for 25 years.   Mr. Myers was a veteran of World War I, member of the Zion Baptist Church of Reidsburg, Murphy Grange 735, where he served as master, World War I Veterans Barracks 1301, F and AM Blue Lodge of Clarion and the Coudersport Consistory.  He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Dorothy Myers of Sligo; five daughters, Mrs. James (Nellie) Arner of Rimersburg, Mrs. Leon (Joy) Wagner of Tionesta, Mrs. Charles (Evelyn) Bigley Jr., Mrs. Raymond (Jennie) Simpson, both of Sligo, and Mrs. Jack (Rosalind) Switzer of Erie; four brothers, Neuland Myers of Clarion RD 1, David Myers of Sligo RD; two Myers of Butler and Harold Myers of Sligo RD; two sisters, Mrs. June Weckerly of Sligo and Mrs. Essie Terwilliger of Parker; 23 grandchildren and one great-grandchild.   He was preceded in death by a son, Bill Myers in 1958, and three infant sons.  Friends may call at the family residence in Sligo RD 1. The body will lie in a state from noon until time of services on Sunday.  Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Zion Baptist Church, Rev. Bob Myers of the Reynoldsville Gospel Center and Rev. James Thomas of the Zion Baptist Church will officiate. Interment will be in Churchville Cemetery. Photo accompanied obit. Also printed in Clarion News  18 Nov 1970  p 14Submitted by Pamela Myers-Grewell.

 

MYERS, DONALD PLATTDonald Platt Myers, infant son of Donald J. and Dorothy Platt Myers, a sweet little boy who came into this world July 17, 1920, and gladdened the hearts and home of his parents, left the earthly home for his heavenly mansion on Thursday, February 3, 1921. The funeral was held Feb. 5th and interment was made in the Presbyterian cemetery at Churchville. May the comforting of the Heavenly Father console the hearts of parents and grandparents.  Clarion Democrat - February 17, 1921 Submitted by Pamela Myers-Grewell.

 

MYERS, DORIS L. Doris L. Myers, 83, of Pine Terrace Road, Shippenville, died Friday, Oct. 14, 2005. Born July 30, 1922, in Sligo, she was a daughter of the late Neuland "Casey" Myers and Margaret I. Wensel Myers. Mrs. Myers was a homemaker.  On March 6, 1941, she married Harmon W. Myers, who survives. She and her husband moved to Lakeland, Fla., in 1964. They returned to live in Pennsylvania in 1977.  In addition to her husband, she is survived by four sisters, Phyllis Tippery of Shippenville, Lora Gean Gathers of Lake Wales, Fla., Donna Elmore of Sarasota, Fla., and Mona Boyles of Milton, Fla.; a brother, Dana "Pork" Myers of Valencia; and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents and two brothers, Ivan Myers and Dee Myers. There will be no visitation or services. Memorials may be made to Curllsville United Methodist Church or a charity of one's choice.  The Goble Funeral Home in Clarion is in charge of arrangements. - The Derrick - October 15, 2005 submitted by Thelma Kifer

 

MYERS, DOROTHY PAULINE (SWITZER)SLIGO - Mrs. Dorothy Pauline Myers, 33,.wife of Darrell Myers of Sligo RD 3, died early Friday morning in her home following a lingering illness.   Born November .19,1926, in Rimersburg, she was the daughter of Ralph and Thelma Fowler Switzer. She was married in 1946 to Darrell Myers. Mrs. Myers lived in Piney; Township for the past 13 years.   She was a member of the Monroe Chapel Church, and the church WSCS group. Surviving besides h«r husband are two daughters, Cynthia Jean 10, and Lou Ann, 4; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Switzer of Rimersburg; and two brothers, Jack of Erie and Donald of Mahoning. Also surviving are eight sisters, Mrs. Robert (Martha) Patton of Strattonville; Mrs. Bernice Hawk of Rimersburg; Mrs. John .(Janet) Greenawalt of Erie; Mrs. Alvin (Gloria) Kriebel of Prospect; Mrs.. William (Pat) Elder of Clarion; Mrs. Donald (Sue).Mahoney of Hawthorn, and Bonnie and Janie both at home. One brother, Ralph Jr., was killed during-World War II. The body is in the Hawk Funeral Home, Sligo, where friends may call from 10 a. m. to 10 p. m. today and Sunday. Funeral services will be held at 2 p. m. Monday in the funeral home with Rev. Victor Korb, pastor of the Monroe Chapel Church, officiating.   Interment will be made in the Rimersburg Cemetery. Derrick (Oil City, Pa), Saturday, Nov. 14, 1959.   Pg 2

 

MYERS, EARL STANLEYEarl Stanley Myers, 76, of Hubbard, Ohio, formerly of Sligo, died Monday evening, April 24, 2000, in O'Brien Memorial Home near Hubbard after an extended illness.  Mr. Myers moved from Butler to Hubbard in 1972 and formerly resided on Doris Drive in Hubbard.  Born Jan. 13, 1924, in Sligo, he was a son of Lee M. and Lula McHenry Myers. He served in the United States Navy during World War II.  Mr. Myers was an over-the-road truck driver for Roadway and for Cooper Jarret and also drove a liquid oxygen tank truck for Wingert in Butler for 11 years.  Following retirement, he was a resident manager for Simco of Girard, Ohio, and Connley Manor of Sharon.  Mr. Myers enjoyed watching NASCAR races and was a Dale Earnhardt fan.  He was married Nov. 7, 1952, to Ruth Butler, who survives.  Also surviving are three sons, Lee Myers and Gary Myers, both of Hubbard, Ohio, and Jeff Myers of Vienna, Ohio; four daughters, Mrs. Clyde (Patricia) Bish and Mrs. Raymond (Trudy) Williams, both of Clarion, Karen Chicone of North Lima, Ohio, and Kathy Manhollen of Struthers, Ohio; 18 grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren.  He also is survived by two brothers, Dale Myers of Butler and Hillis Myers of Chicago, Ill.  In addition to his parents, Mr. Myers was preceded in death by a sister, Veda Fye, and four brothers, Glen Myers, Jay Myers, Gerald Myers and Ashley Myers.  Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today in the Kelley-Robb Funeral Home, Hubbard, Ohio.  Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday in the funeral home. Interment will be in Green lawn Burial Estate, Butler. - Submitted by Pamela Myers-Grewell.

 

MYERS, EDITH LILLIAN (SUMMERVILLE) - Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Monday from the Hawk Funeral Home in Sligo for Mrs. Edith L. Myers, 87, of RD 2 Sligo, who died at 1:15 p.m. Jan 5, 1973, at her home. Born in Piney Township, July 25, 1885, she was a daughter of the late William Curtis and Lucy Thompson Summerville. She was married Nov. 24, 1915 to Henry Harvey Myers, who died Feb. 19, 1964.   Mrs. Myers was a member of the Rimersburg Presbyterian Church. She was a graduate of Clarion Normal School and a member of the Clarion State College Alumni. She taught school for 11 years in rural Clarion County. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Henry (Mary Alice) Burns of RD 2 New Bethlehem and Mrs. Robert (Phyllis) Corbin of New Bethlehem; one son, Dick H. of RD 2 Sligo; 11 grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Alice Nelly of East Chicago, Ill., and two brothers, Jay Summerville of RD Rimesrburg and Mack Summerville of Curllsville.  An infant son and one sister, Bernice, preceded her in death. The Rev. Edward McKee, retired Presbyterian minister, officiated at the funeral services and interment was in the family mausoleum in Licking Cemetery. -- 1973

     SLIGO - Mrs. Edith L. Myers, 87, of Sligo RD 2, widow of Henry Harvey Myers and a 1:55 p.m. Friday at her residence.   She was born in Piney Township July 25, 1885, a daughter of William Curtis and Lucy Thompson Summerville.   She was a graduate of Clarion Normal School and a member of the Clarion State Alumni.   Mrs. Myers taught for 11 years in rural schools in Clarion. She was married November 24, 1915, to Henry Harvey Myers. He died February 19, 1964.   Mrs. Myers was a member of the Rimersburg Presbyterian Church. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Henry (Mary Alice) Burns of New Bethlehem RD2 and Mrs. Robert (Phyllis) Corbin of New Bethlehem; a son, Dick H. Myers of Sligo RD 2; 11 grandchildren and 7 great -grandchildren;   a sister, Mrs. Alice Neily of East Chicago, III., and two brothers, Jay Summerville of Rimersburg RD and Mack Summerville of Curllsville.  An infant son and a sister, Bernice, are deceased. Friends may call at the Hawk Funeral Home in Sligo from 7 to 9 p.m. today and from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday and attend funeral services there at 2 p.m. Monday. Rev. Edward McKee, retired Presbyterian minister will officiate.   Interment will be in the Licking Cemetery. Source: The Derrick, Oil City, PA. Saturday, January 06, 1973. Pg 8. Submitted by Pamela Myers-Grewell.

 

MYERS, EDITH PEARL (HACKBARTH)  Edith "Pearl" Myers, 58, 404 East Adam St., Green Springs, Ohio, passed away on Tuesday July 15, 2003 at Bellevue Hospital. Born in Parker, she was the daughter of the late Bob & Mary (Edwards) Hackbarth. She graduated with the class of 1962 at Karns City High School.  She worked for several years at General Motors in Mansfield, Ohio. She was a member of Green Springs United Methodist Church, Daughters of the VFW, Clyde, Ohio and the Moose Auxiliary. Surviving are her husband, Gordon Myers, whom she married July 12, 1963 in Sligo, PA; two sons, Mike Myers of Clyde, Ohio and Greg Myers of Little Rock, Arkansas; her brother, Doug Hackbarth of Bruin; and two sisters, Joyce Rupert of West Freedom and Delores Hackbarth of Butler.  Funeral services were held Sat. July 19, 2003 at Engle-Young Funeral Home, Green Springs, Ohio. The burial was held at Bakerstown Cemetery.  2003 Progress News; News-Messenger, (Fremont, OH) - July 17, 2003. - Submitted by Pamela Myers-Grewell.

 

MYERS, EDWARD LESLIE FRANKLIN — Edward L. Myers. 72, of 1031 Elm St., a retired employee of the Joy Manufacturing Company, died at 8:10 p. m. Saturday in the Greenville Hospital where he had been a patient since October 7. He had been in failing health since the first of the year. Born in Sligo September 13, 1890, he was a son of the late W. Edward and Adella Foringer Myers. He spent most of his life in the Sligo area until moving to Franklin 13 years ago. He. worked as an assemblyman at Joy, beginning his employment there in 1942 and retiring in 1956. Mr. Myers attended the Sligo Methodist Church. He was married January 13, 1912, to the former Malinda Kirkwood, who survives, along with one daughter, Mrs. Walter (Dorothy) Bashline of Knox; five sons Maxwin Myers of Greenville, Ronald Myers of Shippenville RD 2, Harry and William Myers of Oil City and Melvin Myers of Franklin; 21 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. Gertrude McCullough of Greenville, and several nieces and nephews. Three children are deceased. They were Garnet, who died in infancy, and LeRoy and Elwood.  Friends are being received in the Buchanan-Schmidt Funeral Home, Franklin, where funeral services will be held at 2 p. m. Tuesday. Rev. Frank A. Towers, pastor of the Fox Street Church of God, will officiate. Interment will be in the Sunset Hill Memorial Park. The Derrick, Oil City, Pa. Monday, October 29, 1962. Pg 20. Also ran in Clarion Democrat  30 Oct 1962 p 3 Submitted by Pamela Myers-Grewell.

 

MYERS, EDWIN Funeral services for young victim of gun accident held—   Funeral services were held at two o'clock this afternoon at Belltown, near Sligo, Clarion County, for fourteen-year-old Edwin Myers who was fatally wounded in a gun accident here Saturday.    The funeral services were conducted in the Curllsville M.E. church with the Rev. I.L. Buck, pastor of the Brockway M.E. church, officiating. Interment was made in the Licking Valley cemetery.   Young Myers was almost instantly killed when with a companion whom he was visiting, Jacob Canan, also 14, at the home of his aunt, Mrs. Joseph Geary, of Holman street, had started out to hunt woodchucks.   Luck was not good and they decided to hunt frogs. They reclined on a bank for a time watching for frogs and late in the afternoon decided to go home. Edwin pulled the gun toward him and in some manner it was discharged, the bullet striking him in the right side of the face near the eye and piercing the brain.    He is survived by his parents, two sisters, Luella and Alice, at home, and his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Menassah Lerch of Shamburg, Clarion county. Clipping courtesy of Alice Jones, unknown publication.
       Edwin Myers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob C. Myers of Belltown, near Sligo, was fatally wounded at Kane on Saturday afternoon, June 15, 1929. Members of the family had gone to Kane to visit Mrs. Myers' sister, Mrs. Jacob Geary. In the afternoon Edwin and his cousin, Jacob Canaan, a son of the late John Canaan, of Clarion, also 14, started out to hunt woodchucks. Luck was not good and they decided to hunt frogs. They reclined on a bank for a time watching for frogs and late in the afternoon decided to go home. Edwin pulled the gun toward him and in some manner it was discharged, the bullet striking him in the side of the face near the eye and piercing the brain. The cousin ran home for help and the boy was carried to the highway by the time a physician arrived. The wounded youth was started for the Kane hospital and died just as he was being admitted. Edwin was born March 31,1915 and was at death 14 years, 2 months, and 15 days of age. He was a steady member of the Curllsville Methodist Sunday School and was regarded as a young man of high moral character. He leaves to mourn his departure, his father and mother, J. C. and Pearl Myers; his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Manasah Learch; two sisters, Luella and Alice, besides a host of relatives and many friends. Funeral services in his memory were conducted at the Curllsville M. E. church at 2:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon by Rev. J. L. Buck, pastor of the Brockway M. E. church, assisted by Rev. Milton Thomas of Sligo. Interment was made in the Licking Valley cemetery. Source: Clarion Democrat (June 20, 1929) Transcription courtesy of Paul Kifer.

MYERS, ELCINDA C. (SWITZER) —Mrs. L.C. Myers, one of the best known residents of the vicinity of Curllsville, died at her home last Saturday, November 13, 1915. Mrs. Myers' husband died a number of years ago, but she is survived by two sons and one daughter, Mrs. J.B. Myers, at home; Victor E. Myers, Kittanning, Pa.; and Mrs. A.E. Everage, of Monroe township. The deceased was a member of long standing in the Licking Presbyterian church and was a faithful Christian woman. The funeral took place Wednesday, the services being conducted by the Rev. Dr. J.M. McCurdy, her former pastor, and the body was laid to rest in the Churchville cemetery adjoining the church. - Clarion Democrat - November 18, 1915.—Submitted by Pamela Myers Grewell.

MYERS, ELEANOR (SHANKLE) —  SLIGO - Mrs. Eleanor Shankle Myers, 74, wife of Clark R. (Dick) Myers, died Friday in the home of her son, Larue Myers, 221 Greenville Ave., Clarion. She was born February 7,1893, at Cottage Hill, Clarion County, a daughter of Adam and Nancy Traister Shankle. She and Clark R. Myers were married November 30, 1927. He survives. Mrs. Myers was a member of the Zion Baptist Church at Reidsburg and the Sligo Chapter 289 of the Order of Eastern Star. Surviving in addition to her husband and son, Larue, are two brothers, James and Thomas Shankle of Canton, Ohio; a sister, Miss Fern Shankle of New Bethlehem, and three grandchildren. Three brothers, three half- brothers and two half-sisters are deceased. Removal was made to the Hawk Funeral Home in Sligo where the family will receive friends from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 9m today and Sunday. Members of the Sligo Chapter 289, OES, will hold memorial services at 7:30 p.m. Sunday in the funeral home. Funeral services will be held it 2 p.m. Monday in the funeral ionic with Rev. Earl H. Thomas pastor of the Zion Baptist Church, officiating. Interment will be in the Reidsburg Cemetery. The Derrick, Oil City, Pa. Saturday, March 18, 1967. Pg 16.  Submitted by Pamela Myers-Grewell.

 

MYERS, ELIZABETH (COLLINS)

MYERS, ELMER EDGAR—-Distant-   Elmer Edgar Myers, 64, of Distant died April 19, 1973, at his home. Born in Clarion County Aug. 2, 1908, he was the son of Thomas and Katie Feringer Myers. He is survived by:   one son, Roy Myers, of Strattanville;   two brothers, Paul Myers of Distant, and Don C. Myers of Brackenridge;   and one sister, Mrs. Dorothy Himes of Freeport. His mother, one brother, and two sisters preceded him in death. Funeral services were held April 23, 1973, at 10 a.m. in the Richard Redmond Funeral Home, Freeport, with the Rev. John Ross Thompson, pastor of the Center United Methodist Church, officiating. Interment was in the Sligo Cemetery. Submitted by Pamela Myers-Grewell.

 

MYERS, ELMYRA CORDELLA (FINEFROCK) Mrs. Valentine Myers, a well known and highly esteemed lady, died Friday, April 2, 1909, at her home at Polk Furnace, near Reidsburg, aged about 36 years. Mrs. Myers took a severe cold and in spite of the help that medical science and careful nursing could give, her cold developed into pneumonia and proved fatal at the time stated. Mrs. Myers was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Finefrock of Monroe township, near Reidsburg. She was married to Mr. Valentine Myers, and is survived by her husband and nine children, most all of the latter being quite young. These circumstances have called forth the profound sympathy of the entire community for the bereaved family.  Mrs. Myers was a devoted Christian woman and was a member of the Methodist Episcopal church for many years. She was always active in the church's enterprises and work and her life breathed of the true spirit of the faithful follower of Christ, as it was filled with service and self sacrifice for the good of others. Her membership in Monroe chapel has been a benediction to that body of Christians.  The funeral was held Sunday, the services being conducted by her pastor, Rev. W. H. Robinson, of Sligo, and was attended by a large concourse of sympathizing friends and neighbors. Submitted by Pamela Myers-Grewell.

 

MYERS, EMMA GRANT (POLLOCK) — Feted on 88th Birthday -- Mrs. Emma Myers, New Bethlehem RD3, was honored Sunday on her 88th birthday at a dinner party held in the basement of the Oak Grove Presbyterian Church, Porter Township, Clarion County. Following dinner, guests enjoyed a social time. Invocation was given by Rev. Sheldon Logan, church pastor. Mrs. Myers was born in Callensburg June 26, 1873. She was the former Emma Polliard. She was married to the late William Myers. Mrs. Myers has been residing with her daughter, Margaret Phillips, at New Bethlehem RD for the past few years. She lived at Sligo RD for a number of years, where she and her husband operated a farm. She moved to the New Bethlehem vicinity in May 1952. Her family includes her daughter, Margaret and two grand-daughters, Carol, a student at Grove City College and Elizabeth, a student at Redbank Valley High School. Guests of the day included Mr. and Mrs. Henry Burns, Cathy and Pam, New Bethlehem RD; Mr. and Mrs. Dick Myers, Edith, Mike and Connie, Sligo RD; Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Myers, Jr., Steve, Ed, Cathy, and Diane, Sligo RD; Mr. and Mrs. Wally Myers, Cliff, Gary and Marilyn, Sligo RD; Mr. and Mrs. Dean Myers, Johnny and Denny, Sligo RD; Mrs. Lillie Myers; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Summerville; Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Summerville, Greg, Starr and Donna, all of Sligo RD; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Myers, Sligo RD; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Phillips, the guest of honor's daughter, and Carol and Elizabeth; Michael Wagner, Oil City; Rev. and Mrs. Sheldon Logan, Todd, Bill and Peter Joel. The birthday cake was baked by Mrs. Myers' daughter and was in the form of an open book, decorated with rosebuds and appropriate writing. Source: Kittanning Leader-Times, July 5, 1961.

     SLIGO — Mrs. Emma Grant Myers, 93, of New Bethlehem RD 3 died at 2:45 a.m. Tuesday in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Donald G. Phillips of New Bethlehem RD 3. Born June 25, 1873 near Callensburg, she was the daughter of Walker R. and Margaret Meals Pollock. She was married to William A. Myers in September of 1909 who preceded her in death in February, 1958. Surviving are one daughter Mrs. Donald G. (Margaret) Phillips two granddaughters, Mrs. John (Carol) Miladin of Franklin and Mrs. William (Elizabeth) Shaffer of New Bethlehem. She was a member of the Oak Grove Presbyterian Church and the Women's Association. Friends may call at the Hawk Funeral Home in Sligo from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. today. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday with Mr. Arthur Hampson, pastor of the Oak Grove Church, officiating. Interment will be in the family mausoleum in Licking Cemetery at Churchville. The Derrick, Oil City, Pa. Wednesday, March 22, 1967  Submitted by Pamela Myers-Grewell.

 

MYERS, EMMA M. (GOURLEY)Mrs. Emma Gourley Myers. widow of Amos J. Myers. Died Friday July 16, in a convalescent home in Ohio.   Mrs. Myers was born in Callensburg, May 1870,   the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Gourley. She married Amos Myers August 15, 1915. She was a member of the Licking Presbyterian church of Churchville and was active for years in the missionary society of that church. Mrs. Myers and her husband resided at Sligo, R. D. 1 for many years.   She is survived by a brother, John Gourley of Ohio, the following nieces: Mrs. Maxine Burkhouse, Mrs. Hutchinson and Mrs. Raymond Elliott, all of Ohio, and a number of relatives in Monessen and Sligo. Services were held al the Hawk Funeral home in Sligo Sunday, July 18.   Rev. Jose Medina was the minister. She was interred in the Myers mausoleum at the Licking cemetery Churchville. The Derrick, Oil City, Pa., Wednesday, July 21, 1954.   Pg 5 Submitted by Pamela Myers-Grewell.

 

MYERS, ESTELLA R. —infant daughter of Lee Marion & Lulu Margaret (McHenry) Myers.

 

MYERS, ESTHER MAUDE (McCALL) -- Mrs. E. Maude Myers, 86, of Rimersburg died Wednesday morning in the Chicora Medical Center following a short illness. She was born in Toby Township, Clarion County, July 31, 1881, the daughter of Miles and Lucy Grossman McCall. She was married to Guy Myers, who died in 1955. Mrs. Myers had resided in Rimersburg for the past five years. Prior to that time, she had been a resident of Gibsonia. She was a member of the Concord United Presbyterian Church in Clarion County. Surviving are two sisters, Mrs. Chloe McKee of Rimersburg RD 2 and Mrs. George (Ina) Scott of Pittsburgh. A number of nieces and nephews also survive. Five brothers and three sisters preceded her in death. Friends will be received at the J. D. Miller Funeral Home in Rimersburg after 2 p.m. today. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday in the funeral home with Rev. Albert E. Siemon, pastor of the Concord Presbyterian Church, officiating. Interment will be in St. Paul United Church of Christ Cemetery, Sugarcreek Township, Armstrong County. Obit, Oil City Derrick, Thursday, February 1, 1968 Submitted by Pamela Myers-Grewell.

 

MYERS, ETHEL MAE (POLLIARD) -- Ethel Maye Myers, 89, of Stopp Road, Sligo, died at 10:51 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2008, in Clarion Hospital. Born June 25, 1918, in Porter Township, Clarion County, she was the daughter of Frank and Lulu McDonald Polliard. She was a 1936 graduate of Clarion High School. Mrs. Myers was a devout member of Monroe Chapel United Methodist Church near Reidsburg. She was a homemaker and enjoyed sewing, crocheting, camping and traveling. Mrs. Myers was married Oct. 8, 1936, to Jay Myers, who preceded her in death Sept. 13, 1996. Surviving are three daughters and their husbands, Shirley and Rawland Fox of Butler, Gladine and Terry Botzer of Limestone and Marcia and Dan Gathers of Rimersburg; twin sons and their wives, Donald and Karen Myers of Rimersburg and Ronald and Joan Myers of Butler; 14 grandchildren; 37 great-grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren. In addition to her parents and husband, Mrs. Myers was preceded in death by a grandson, Dale Myers. The family will receive friends from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Friday and from 10 to 10:30 a.m. Saturday in the Varner Funeral Home in Sligo. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday in the Monroe Chapel United Methodist Church. The Revs. Clara and Jerry Belliot, pastors, will co-officiate. Interment will follow in Squirrel Hill Cemetery near New Bethlehem. The family suggests memorial donations be made to the Monroe Chapel United Methodist Church, Sligo, 16255, or to the Clarion-Forest VNA Hospice, Knox, 16232. The Derrick - Wednesday, January 9, 2008 Submitted by Pamela Myers-Grewell.

 

MYERS, EVELINEinfant daughter of Jacob & Sarah (Best) Myers.

 

MYERS, FAYE LUCILLE (SEYBERT)   Faye Lucille Myers, 80, of Under Our Wing in Butler, formerly of Williams Road and of Rimersburg, died at 9:05 p.m. Tuesday at Butler Memorial Hospital. Born Aug. 1, 1926, in Rimersburg, she was the daughter of Charles R. Seybert and Ruth Anthony. Mrs. Myers was a homemaker. She was a member of the Community Alliance Church, where she was a member of the Young at Heart and the Alliance Women. Mrs. Myers formerly served as a deaconess. Mrs. Myers is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Sheila E. Dudney of Costa Rica, and Ruth Ann Pagano of Portersville; a son, Keith W. Myers of Butler; four grandsons; three great-grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. Marie Kriebel of Rimersburg; and by a number of nieces and nephews. Mrs. Myers was preceded in death by her husband, Dale W. Myers, who died July 6, 2003; a brother, and a sister.   MYERS- Friends of Faye Lucille Myers, who did Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2007, will be received from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday at Thompson-Miller Funeral Home, 124 E. North Street. Services will be at 1 p.m. Monday at the funeral home with the Rev. Bob Thomas of Community Alliance Church officiating. Burial will follow in Greenlawn Burial Estates. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Under Our Wing Independent Living, 124 W. Cunningham St., Butler, PA 16001. Source: Published in the Butler Eagle from 2/28/2007 - 3/2/2007. Contributed by Thelma Kifer.

 

MYERS, FLORENCE GAIL (BRACKEN) 

 

MYERS, FLORENCE M. (WYANT)

 

MYERS, FOSTER DEWEY Foster Dewey Myers, 68, of 1765 Lockwood Ave., Cleveland Ohio, died Thursday morning in the Cleveland Hospital, according to word received here. Mr. Myers was born March 16, 1898, in Clarion County, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Myers. He is survived by his widow, the former Margaret Rearigh; two sons, John S. Myers of Oil City and William D. Myers of Cleveland; three daughters, Mrs. Betty Deeter, Mrs. Wade (Rosamond) Spangler and Miss Gladys Myers of Cleveland; nine grandchildren and two great-grandchildren; a brother, Allen Myers of New Bethlehem, and three sisters, Mrs. Mary Beers of Mayport, Mrs. Gladys Miller of Frogtown and Mrs. Myrtle Glinkerman of Clarion.  Friends may call anytime after 2 p.m. today at the Joseph Szabat Funeral Home, where funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Monday.   Rev. O.A. Womer, pastor of the Calvary Evangelical United Brethren Church, will officiate.   Interment will be in the Salem Cemetery, Clarion County. Pallbearers were Adrian Rearigh of Oil City, Donald Glinkerman of Summerville, Walter Miller of Frogtown, Dean Clothier of Cleveland, Ray Fultz of Franklin and Clair Vogel of Sligo.  Attending the services from a distance were Mrs. Margaret Myers, Rose Spangler, Mrs. William O'Brien, Gladys Myers, Mr. and Mrs. William Myers and Mrs. Betty Deeter, all of Cleveland; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rearigh, Mr. and Mrs. Miles Rearigh and family and Viola, Diane and Darla Rearigh, all of Brookville, Mr. and Mrs. George Ferment and Pauline Beer of Punxsutawney.  Relatives and friends from Mayport, Sligo, the Salem area, Fairmount City and New Bethlehem also were present at the funeral services. (death date-Sept. 22, 1966) - submitted by Malinda Brenizer.

     OIL CITY - Funeral services were held Monday for Foster D. Myers of Cleveland, Ohio, from the Joseph Szabat Funeral Home, Rev. O.S. Womer officiated and interment was in the Salem Cemetery, Clarion County. Mr. Myers died Thursday morning, Sept. 22, 1966, in the Cleveland Hospital.  Born in Clarion County, March 16, 1898, he was a son of Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Myers. He was married to the former Margaret Rearigh, who survives.   In addition to his wife, he is survived, John S. of Oil City and William D. of Cleveland; three daughters, Mrs. Betty Deeter, Mrs. Wade (Roasamond) Spangler and Miss Gladys Myers of Cleveland; nine grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. Also surviving are a brother Allen Myers of New Bethlehem, and three sisters, Mrs. Mary Beers of Mayport, Mrs. Gladys Miller of Frogtown, and Mrs. Myrtle Glinkerman of Clarion.  Clarion News 28 Sept 1966 p 10 - Submitted by Pamela Myers-Grewell.

 

MYERS, FRANK CULVER (“CUB”) - Frank C. "Cub" Myers, 70, of Clarion died Monday, May 23, 1977, at his home. Born Nov. 3, 1906, in Clarion County, he was a son of the late James C. and Margaret Smith Myers. Surviving are two brothers, Walter Myers of Clarion and William Myers of Butler; his step-mother, Mrs. Mary Myers of Clarion, and eight half-sisters, Mrs. Francis ( Margaret) Kern of Waukegan, Illinois, Mrs. Vicent (Betty) Zacherl of Atlanta, Ga., Mrs. Robert (Dolores) Croyle of Rimersburg, and Nevada Myers, Mrs. Gervace (Mary) Wolbert, Mrs. Lorena Young, Mrs. Frances Ganoe and Mrs. Clyde (Nell) Basinger all of Clarion. Graveside services were at 11:00 a.m. Tuesday at Clarion Cemetery with the Rev. George S. Crooks officiating. The Robert V. Burns Funeral Home in Clarion was in charge of arrangements. Clarion News  26 May 1977 p 16 - Transcribed by Rosemary Shaffer.

 

MYERS, FRANKLIN THOMAS Franklin Thomas Myers, 61, died Friday in the family home, 19 ½ Walnut St., Sharpsville, following a four month illness.   He was born on April 6, 1882, in Shady City, the son of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Myers, and had resided in Sharpsville for 50 years.   He was an engineer on the Erie railroad for 23 years. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Blanch Kilgore Myers, four daughters, Mabel and Viola at home, Mrs. Paul Barlett and Mrs. Louis Dilley of Sharpsville, R. 1; two sons, Carl Myers of Sharpsville, and Arthur Myers of Sharon; eight grandchildren, four sisters, Mrs. Bar Harnish of Sligo; Mrs. Jacob Heartzell of Knox, R. 2, Mrs. David Blair of Elk City, and Mrs. Clyde Blanchard of Knox, R. 1, and a brother Ross Myers of Parkers Landing.  "The Oil City Derrick", Thursday Morning, May 13, 1943.  Pg 5  Note: Grandson of Joseph & Margaret Jane (Nulph) Myers. Submitted by Pamela Myers-Grewell.

 

MYERS, FRED LAWRENCE II  - Fred L. Myers II, 49, a native of Sligo, died at 6 a.m. Sunday, April 11, 2004, at Sunbury Hospital in Sunbury. He had been a resident of the Nottingham Village Nursing Center in Northumberland for the past several years. Born Jan. 24, 1955, in Brookville, he was the son of Fred L. and Charylene Stewart Myers. Surviving are his parents of Sligo; three sisters, Sabrina Saver and fiance, Kurt Vilkinofsky of Brookville; Leslie Lawrence and husband, Don, of Sligo and Linda Black and husband, Eric, of Strattanville; and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by a sister, Roxanne L. Myers, March, 4, 1979. There will be no visitation Private memorial services will be held at the convenience of the family. The Varner Funeral Home in Sligo is in charge of arrangements. The family suggests memorial donations be made to the Sligo Volunteer Fire Co. or to the Sligo United Methodist Church, Sligo, 16255. Source: Derrick. Submitted by Pamela Myers-Grewell.

 

MYERS, GENE ARLIN -- Gene Arlin Myers of RD 1 Clarion was fatally injured Tuesday afternoon when he was pinned to the ground by a fallen tree which he was in the process of uprooting with a bulldozer near his home. Robert V. Burns, Clarion County Coroner, issued a certificate of accidental death and pronounced him dead at the scene about 6 p.m. Tuesday. The coroner pinpointed the accident as having happened at about 3 p.m. When he did not return home for his evening meal, his son Clifford, went out to hunt for him. Coroner Burns surmised Myers jumping from his bulldozer when the tree began to fall but was caught while trying to get out of its path. He was working on the property of Clarence C. Sherry near Mechanicsville. Myers was born June 3, 1929, in Porter Township, Clarion County, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Dee Miller. He was married in 1950 to the former Jean Clinger. Myers was a member of the Limestone Baptist Church and was a heavy equipment operator. In addition to his wife and mother, he is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Eugene (Carol) Kifer of RD 2 Shippenville; a son, Clifford, at home; one grandson, Michael Kifer; three sisters, Mrs. Dean (Arlene) Clothier of Fairmount City, Mrs. Larry (Barbara) Myers of Erie and Mrs. Monty (Ruth) Hudson of Cochranton and a brother, Walter Miller of Fairmount City. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday in the Robert V. Burns Funeral Home in Clarion with Rev. Olin Race, pastor of the Limestone Baptist Church, officiating. Friends may call at the funeral home from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 and 9 p.m. today (Thursday). Interment will be made in the Cedarview Memorial Park. 1/4/1973 Clarion News  Submitted by Pamela Myers-Grewell.

 

MYERS, GEORGE C.son of Wm. Jacob & Sarah Jane (Fox) Myers.

 

MYERS, GEORGE VALENTINE George V. Myers Dies on ThursdaySLIGO - George V. Myers of Sligo RD2, died at 12:30 p.m. Thursday in Clarion Hospital. Removal was made to the Hawk Funeral Home, Sligo. Funeral arrangements will be announced. Jul 10, 1970 Oil City Derrick. Submitted by Pamela Myers-Grewell.

     George Myers, Sligo RD 2 Resident Dies —   SLIGO - George V. Myers, 70, of Sligo RD 2, died at 12:20 p.m. Thursday in Clarion Hospital. He was born October 17, 1899, in Piney Township, Clarion County, a son of Miles Thompson and Mertie McDowell Myers. In 1917 he married the former Florence Gaile Bracken. She preceded him in death in 1921. In February, 1924, Mr. Myers married the former Mabel Jane Over who died in 1966. He was a member of the Pine Grove United Methodist Church and past president of the Clarion County Sabbath School Association.  Mr. Myers was also a member of Sligo IOOF Lodge 387. He is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Norma Louise Bisset of Lowellville RD 2, Ohio; four sons, Carl Myers of Polaski, Ohio, Wilbert Myers of Sligo RD2, Duane Myers of St. Petersburg and Dennis Myers of Rimersburg RD1; 17 grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. Clyde (Lena) Over and Mrs. Edwin (Helen) Dixon, both of Sligo RD2, and Mrs. Don (Amy) McIntyre of Oil City RD, and one brother, Glade Myers of Petrolia. He was preceded in death by two brothers, Chester and Lloyd Myers and two sisters, Miss Blanche Myers and Mrs. Carrie Altman. Friends will be received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today and 6 to 9 p.m. Sunday at the Hawk Funeral Home in Sligo.  Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Monday in the funeral home with Rev. William He*lon, pastor of Pine Grove United Methodist Church, officiating. Interment will be in Sligo Cemetery.  The Odd Fellows will hold a service at 8 p.m. Sunday. Source: Jul 11, 1970 Oil City Derrick Submitted by Pamela Myers-Grewell 

  

MYERS, GERALD DEANGerald Dean Myers, 62 of 100 Church St., in Polk died at 4:20 a.m. Sunday, April 29, 1990 at Franklin Regional Medical Center West Unit.  Born in Sligo in Clarion County on January 16, 1928, he was a son of Harry Eugene and Marjorie (Myers) Myers.  He was married to the former Pauline McCracken who preceded him in death.   He married the former Margaret A. Tarr on August 30, 1969 and she survives.   A 1945 graduate of Oil City High School, Mr. Myers served in the U. S. Navy and was stationed in Japan.   Reactivated later into military service, he transferred to the Army and served in the Korean conflict.  He was previously employed at IBBS Oldsmobile dealership in Sandy Lake and later worked as a mechanic for Weaver Buick and at Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company.   Ill health forced him to retire in 1986 from Polk Center where he was a maintenance man.  He attended the Polk Presbyterian Church. Mr. Myers was a member of the Myrtle Lodge F & AM, the New Castle Consistory, the  Oil City Lodge of Perfection, Franklin Eagles Club and Oil City VFW Post. He was an avid hunter and enjoyed gardening, camping and woodworking. Surviving, in addition to his second wife, are two children, Sister Phyllis McCracken SSJ of Erie and Mrs. Rodney (Michele ) Richards of Franklin;  his stepmother, Mrs. Margaret J. Myers of Polk; one brother, Kenneth Myers of Pensacola, Fla; one stepson, Michael Tarr of Oil City; four grandchildren; Stephanie Richards of Franklin, Craig Tarr, Kurt Tarr and  Julie Tarr of Oil City;  four great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.  In addition to his parents and first wife, Mr. Myers was preceded in death by one brother, Russell Myers.   Services will be  held at 11 a.m., Wednesday, May 2, at the Robert W. Gardinier Funeral Home in Franklin.   The Rev. Chester Easton, pastor of Polk Presbyterian Church, will  officiate.  Interment will be in Old Sandy Cemetery.  The family suggests memorials be made to Franklin Regional Medical Center Oncology Unit or the Visiting Nurses Association of Venango County. Submitted by Pamela Grewell  

 

MYERS, GERALD H.

 

MYERS, GLADE EDGAR (“HIMMIE”) -- (SUMMARY)   Himmie resided in Petrolia, Butler Co, PA for 23 years prior to his death.   He was a coal miner for 20 years and a union organizer for the United Mine Workers of America for 7 years.   He retired from the Witco Chemical Co. after 12 years of employment. He was a member of the UMW and the Petrolia Volunteer Fire Dept. Died at Armstrong Memorial Hospital, Kittanning, PA  Clarion News  9 Dec 1980 p 10. Submitted by Pamela Myers-Grewell

 

MYERS, GLADYS C. (THOMPSON) — Gladys C. MYERS, 93, of Sligo RR2, b Dec 30, 1904 in Sligo, d May 29, 1998 at her residence. Parents: Benjamin and Eva (ROWE) THOMPSON. Spouse: Homer E. Myers, deceased. She was a homemaker and piano teacher.  She was a 50 year member of the Murphy Grange and a member of the Lady Priscilla lodge. June 1998 Leader-Vindicator

 

MYERS, GLENN E.infant son of Lee Marion and Lulu Margaret (McHenry) Myers.

 

MYERS, GRANT  ARTHUR —   Grant Myers, 77, of Curllsville, died June 24, 1988, in the West Unit of the DuBois Regional Medical Center, following an extended illness. Born June 9, 1911, at Belltown, Piney Township, he was a son of the late Ambrose and Nannie Weeter Myers. On Oct. 17, 1932, he married Marie Downs, who died Dec. 14, 1963. On June 9, 1965, he married Marie Mumford, who survives.  He was a coal miner and a lifelong resident of the Curllsville area.  Having served in the Army, he was a veteran of World War II.   He was a member of the Zion Baptist Church at Reidsburg and Canby Lodge F&AM of St. Petersburg.  In addition to his second wife, he is survived by two sons, the Rev. Bob Myers of Reynoldsville, and Jack Myers of Butler; one daughter, Mrs. Quay (Patricia) Kriebel of Butler; nine grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren. Four brothers, Donald, Neuland, Dave and Harold Myers; two sisters, Essie Terwilliger and June Weckerly; and two grandchildren preceded him in death. Burial was in the Churchville Cemetery.  The family suggests memorial contributions be made to the charity of one's choice. Submitted by Pamela Myers-Grewell.  

 

MYERS, HANNAH MARY (MOONEY) Mrs. Hannah M. Myers, wife of Mr. Amos Myers of Sligo, and mother of John M. Myers, Esq. of Clarion, died at her home in Sligo, Saturday night January 15, 1910, after an illness extending over many years due to creeping paralysis. Mrs. Myers was a daughter of John and Sabina Mooney, and was born in Monroe township, December 22, 1847. Her life was practically all spent in the township of her birth and in Curllsville and Sligo. She was married in May 1877 to Mr. Amos Myers, who now survives her with their only son, John M. Myers, Esq. She is also survived by the following brothers and sisters: John A. Mooney, Curllsville; Mrs. T.J. Callen, Piney township, Mrs. T.M. Kier, Grandville, O.; Mrs. G.M. Myers and B.C. Mooney, Clarion; Wm. Mooney, Washington state; Prof. A.J. Mooney of Warren, and E.L. Mooney on the old homestead in Monroe township. Mrs. Myers was also a niece of Mrs. Kate Sarvey, Wood Street, Clarion. Mrs. Myers was a woman of lovely personality and pure character, bright, intelligent and winning in those virtues and qualities of heart and life which attract and hold friends. She was a school teacher for nine of ten years and evidently had a very high ideal and lived up to it. The foundation for her life was a noble Christian spirit which she nurtured and cultivated in the Licking Presbyterian church of which she was a devout member for many years. The funeral service was held at the home, Rev. W.C. Ferver, assisted by Rev. Dr. J.M. McCurdy, officiating, and interment was made in the Sligo cemetery. Many beautiful floral emblems testified to the love for the deceased. Source: Clarion Democrat, January 20, 1910.

 

MYERS, HAROLD JUDSON Harold J. Myers, 77, of RD 1 Sligo died at 3 pm Monday, June 16, 1986, in the emergency room of Clarion Hospital following a heart attack in his home. Born March 10, 1909 in Piney Township, he was a son of Warren Ambrose and Nannie Weeter Myers. He was married Aug. 12, 1930, to Ruth Saylor, who survives. Mr. Myers was a member of the Curllsville United Methodist Church. During WWII, he served with the U.S. Army. He worked as a coal miner and farmer and was last employed by the Pennsylvania Department of Highways. In addition to his widow, he is survived by two sons, Raymond of RD1 Sligo and Max of Saratoga, Calif.; two grandchildren, Michael and Tracey Myers, and two brothers, Neuland Myers of RD Sligo and Grant Myers of Curllsville. Two brothers, David and Donald and two sisters, Essie Terwilliger and June Weckerly, preceded him in death. Services were at 2 p.m. Thursday (today) from the Cleo A. Hawk Funeral Home in Sligo with the Rev. Rodney Doughty officiating. Burial was in the Cedarview Memorial Park at Strattanville. Submitted by Pamela Myers-Grewell

 

MYERS, HARRIET BELLE (McKINLEY) - Mrs. Myers of Clarion Dies at 75.    CLARION - Mrs. Harriet Belle Myers, 75, of 732 Wood St., widow of Chester Myers, died at 12:30 p.m. Monday in Clarion Hospital. She was born July 5, 1895, in Limestone Township, a daughter of Stewart and Belle Anderson McKinley. She was married March 9, 1920, to Chester Myers. He died June 27, 1956.  Mrs. Myers was a member of the Free Methodist Church in Clarion and the Good Samaritan Bible Class. She also was a member of the Clarion Hospital Guild. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Goldie Seitz of Clarion; a sister, Mrs. Norvic(?) Davis of Clarion, and two grandchildren.  A brother, Sylvester McKinley, died in September 1969. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today at the Goble Funeral Home in Clarion, where funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday. Rev. Lincoln Hartford, Protestant campus minister at Clarion State College, will officiate. Interment will be in Clarion Cemetery. [Oil City Derrick, Tuesday, Aug 11, 1970] Obit also printed in Clarion News, 12 Aug 1970, p 12 Submitted by Pamela Myers-Grewell

 

MYERS, HARRY EUGENE — FRANKLIN - Harry Eugene Myers, 68, of 200 Erie St., Polk, retired shop foreman of the State Equipment Co. in Franklin, died at 7:20 pm Monday in Franklin Hospital following a five - year illness. He was born in Piney Township August 30,1905, a son of Harry V. and Myra Finnefrock Myers. He was married April 22, 1937, to the former Margaret Bly, who survives. Mr. Myers had worked for 20 years at the State Equipment Co. prior to his retirement. He was a member of the Polk United Methodist Church. Surviving along with his wife, Mrs. Margaret Myers of Polk, are three sons, Russell E. Myers of Oil City, Gerald Dean Myers of Polk and Kenneth Earl Myers of Manassas, Va.; two sisters, Mrs. Mary Varner of Knox and Mrs. Harold (Lilly Belle) Master of Sligo; a brother, Albert Myers of Oil City, and eight grandchildren. His parents are deceased along with four brothers and two sisters. The family will receive friends at the Burger Gardinier Funeral Home from 7 to 9 pm today and from 2 to 4 and 7to 9 pm Wednesday. Funeral  services will be held at 2 pm Thursday in the funeral home with Rev. Margaret Dunlap, pastor of the Polk United Methodist Church, officiating. Interment will be in the Rockland Cemetery. The  Derrick, Oil City, PA.   Tuesday, May 28, 1974.   Pg 14 Submitted by Pamela Myers-Grewell 

 

MYERS, HARRY JAMES —  Harry James Myers of Sligo RD 2, died in his daughter's home, Mrs. Bob Kriebel of Parker, on Monday, August 24, of a heart attack. He was born in Sligo on January 18, 1885, the son of James McClure and Prudence Priscilla Davis Myers. In March 1955 he was married to Louella Myers, who survives.  Myers was a member of the West Freedom Church and of the American Legion of Parker. He was employed by the Highway Department for the last four years. He was a World War I veteran, serving in the Machine Gun Bn., in France from July to November in 1919. Surviving besides his wife, are three sons and one daughter, Edward and Richard, both of Parker RD 1, James of Sligo; Mrs. Bob Kriebel, of Parker; two step-daughters, Iola Dawson, of Pittsburg; and Garnet Kiser, of Shippenville; one step-son, Ronald Reed, of the U. S. Army at Ft. Bliss, Texas. Three brothers and five sisters also survive, James of Meadville; Russell of Rimersburg; Mrs. Della Crawford, Kittaning; Mrs. Alice Blair, of Clarion; Mrs. Blanche Runyun, of Rimersburg; Mrs. Nettie E. Johnson, of Clarion; Mrs. Bertha Odell, Canoda Park, California. Funeral services were held Thursday at 2 p.m. from the Hawk Funeral Home in Sligo, with Rev. Mervin Schwabb, officiating. Military services followed in the West Freedom Cemetery. Clarion Republican  27 Aug 1959 p 8 Submitted by Pamela Myers-Grewell  

 

MYERS, HARRY VALENTINE —CURLLSVILLE—The many friends of Tine Myers of Myersdale were shocked to hear Sunday that he had died Saturday night at the Grove City hospital.   He was brought to his son’s home Sunday afternoon.   Services were held at the Monroe Chapel church Tuesday afternoon. Interment at Churchville. The Oil City Derrick, Oil City, PA.  Wednesday morning, November 8, 1933  Pg 13 Transcription courtesy of Paul Kifer.

 

MYERS, HARRY WILBUR

 

MYERS, HATTIE (BEST) Hattie Myers, 89, of Hartsville, S.C., formerly of Sligo and Clarion, died Sunday, Feb. 5, 2006, in Hartsville. Born June 10, 1917, in the Village of Sandy Hollow, Madison Township, Clarion County, she was the daughter of Chester Guy and Cecil Reddick Best. Mrs. Myers worked as a shoe sales associate at several retail stores in the Clarion area. She was a member of the Monroe Chapel United Methodist Church near Reidsburg and was a very active member of the United Methodist Women. Mrs. Myers was a homemaker and enjoyed gardening and especially spending time with her family and friends. She was married in May 1936 to Vernon Myers, who died March 31, 1994. Surviving are a daughter and husband, Janet and Robert Nadaskay of Blue Point, N.Y.; a son and his wife, LaVern and Nancy Myers of Hartsville, S.C.; six grandchildren, Christopher Myers of River Falls, Wis., Jason Nadaskay of New Paltz, N.Y., Elizabeth Myers of Tulsa, Okla., Amy Nadaskay of New York and Australia, Michelle Wrona of Hartsville, S.C., and Angie Strickler of Manitou Springs, Colo.; and eight great-grandchildren. She also is survived by two sisters, Mrs. James (Kay) Shook and Valjean Shook, both of Curllsville; and two brothers, Chester "Pete" Best Jr. of Bruin and Eugene Best of Harrisville. In addition to her parents and husband, Mrs. Myers was preceded in death by three sisters, Ella Mae Shirey, Alice Culbertson and a young sister, Twila; and three brothers, James O. Best, Edward Best and Wayne Best. The family will receive friends from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Friday in the Varner Funeral Home in Sligo. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday in the Monroe Chapel United Methodist Church with the Rev. Jerry Belloit, pastor, and the Rev. Christopher Myers, grandson of Mrs. Myers, officiating. Interment will follow in Sligo Cemetery. The family suggests memorial donations be made to the Monroe Chapel United Methodist Church, Route 68, Sligo, 16255. Source: Derrick 8 Feb 2006 Submitted by Pamela Myers-Grewell.

 

MYERS, HAZEL MAY (SEDGWICK) Hazel May Myers, 85, of Myers Lane, Sligo, died at 7:13 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 17, 2008, in the Good Samaritan Hospice Unit in Cabot following an illness. Born July 11, 1922, in Licking Township, Clarion County, she was a daughter of the late Edward J, and Stella Robb Sedgwick. Mrs. Myers was a longtime member of the Rimersburg Presbyterian Church. She was a volunteer at the Sligo Recreation Center. Mrs. Myers was well known for her baking skills, especially angel food cakes, divinity candy and all kinds of breads. Prior to her marriage, she was a housekeeper for the Potts family who owned Potts Store on Fifth Avenue in Clarion. Mrs. Myers was married in Callensburg Dec. 22, 1945, to Dean W. Myers, who preceded her in death May 2, 1998. Surviving are two sons and their wives, Denny and Deb Myers and John and Audrey Myers, all of Sligo; four grandchildren, Sheila Craig and husband, Thomas, of Sligo, Amanda Whisinnand and husband, Jon, of Sligo, Deena Myers of Sligo and her fianc‚, Nathan Croyle, of Knox, and Adam Myers of Sligo; six great-grandchildren, Aleisha and Aiden Craig, both of Sligo, and Cody, Tyler, Mason and Laken Whisinnand, all of Sligo; and a special friend, Todd Curll of Sligo. She also is survived by one sister, Phyllis Swartz of High Springs, Fla.; and many special nieces and nephews. In addition to her parents and husband, Mrs. Myers was preceded in death by two brothers, Edward and Ernest Sedgwick; and two sisters, Helen Harriger and Viola Hill. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. today and on Sunday after church and again from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday in the Richard D. Hillis Funeral Home, Rimersburg. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Monday in the funeral home with the Rev. John S. McCall, interim pastor of the Rimersburg Presbyterian Church, officiating. He will be assisted by the Rev. Clayton Harriger of Balsamo, nephew of Mrs. Myers, and the Rev. Ralph Campbell, pastor of the Church of God. Interment will follow in the Licking Presbyterian Cemetery, Curllsville. Derrick 1/20/2008. Submitted by Pamela Myers-Grewell.

 

MYERS, HENRY CORBETTinfant son of Valentine Felty & Mary M. Jones Myers. 

 

MYERS, HENRY HARVEYBIRTHDAY OBSERVED - The home of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Myers of Sligo RD was the scene of a birthday party for Myers' father, Henry Myers. Guests at a birthday supper were the elder Myers' brothers and sisters, wives and husbands, Mr. and Mrs. Don (Flossie) Summerville; Mr. and Mrs. Clark Myers, Mrs. Lillie Myers, and Myers' wife. Later in the evening, Myers was surprised with a gathering of other guests to help him celebrate. These included Mr. and Mrs. Wally Myers and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Myers Jr. and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Myers and family, Mr. and Mrs. Don Phillips and family and Mrs. Henry Burns and family. Source: Kittanning Leader-Times, Thursday, October 18, 1962.

     Funeral services were held Saturday, Feb. 22, from the family residences for Henry H. Myers, 85, of Sligo, RD2, who died at his home Wednesday, February 9, 1964. He was born October 4, 1879 in Monroe township, the son of Wallie and Amanda Myers. Mr. Myers married the former Edith L. Summerville on November 24, 1915. He was a member of the Rimersburg Presbyterian Church and a retired farmer. In addition to his wife, Mr. Myers is survived by one son, Dick H. Myers of Sligo Route 2, two daughters, Mrs. Henry (Mary Alice) Burns of New Bethlehem Route 1 and Mrs. Robert (Phyllis) Corbin of Ford City. Also surviving are a sister, Mrs. Donald (Flossie) Summerville of Sligo Route 1 and a brother Clark R. (Dicky) Myers of Sligo, Route 1, eleven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Rev. Warren Woodward of Aliquippa officiated at the services.   Interment was in the family tomb at Licking Cemetery, at Churchville. Submitted by Pamela Myers-Grewell.

 

MYERS, HOMER EDWIN  Homer Edwin Myers, 72, of RD2, Sligo died Sunday, April 30, 1972, of a heart-attack while he was attending services at Monroe Chapel United Methodist Church, where he was a member. Born, December 15, 1899, in Piney Township, he was a son of the late William McClelland and Margaret Susanne Kifer Myers. He was married May 12, 1922 to the former Gladys C. Thompson, who survives.  Mr. Myers was a Piney township school director for 35 years. He started working in the coal mines in 1917 and in 1935 operated his own mine.   Since 1937 he had participated in general trucking and hauling and was a farmer all his life. He was a member of the 100F Lodge 387 at Sligo for many years and the Murphy Grange. In addition to his wife, he is survived by two sons, Darell of Clarion and Robert of Knox; two daughters, Mrs. Richard (Betty) Fogle of Erie and Mrs. Vance (Evangeline) Barnett of RD Knox; 16 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Four brothers, Orville, James, Lee and Clarence Myers and three sisters, Stella, Nettie and Grace preceded him in death. Friends are being received at the Hawk Funeral Home in Sligo where services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday. The Rev. William Heaton will officiate and burial will be in Cedarview Memorial Park Cemetery, near Strattanville. -Clarion News  2 May 1972 p 16.  Submitted by Pamela Myers-Grewell.

          Homer Edwin Myers, 72, of RD2, Sligo died Sunday, April 30, 1972, of a heart-attack while he was attending services at Monroe Chapel United Methodist Church, where he was a member. Born, December 15, 1899, in Piney Township, he was a son of the late William McClelland and Margaret Susanne Kifer Myers. He was married May 12, 1922 to the former Gladys C. Thompson, who survives. Mr. Myers was a Piney township school director for 35 years. He started working in the coal mines in 1917 and in 1935 operated his own mine.   Since 1937 he had participated in general trucking and hauling and was a farmer all his life. He was a member of the 100F Lodge 387 at Sligo for many years and the Murphy Grange. In addition to his wife, he is survived by two sons, Darell of Clarion and Robert of Knox; two daughters, Mrs. Richard (Betty) Fogle of Erie and Mrs. Vance (Evangeline) Barnett of RD Knox; 16 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Four brothers, Orville, James, Lee and Clarence Myers and three sisters, Stella, Nettie and Grace are deceased. The family will receive friends from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 pm today and Tuesday in the Hawk Funeral Home in Sligo. Funeral services will be held at 2 pm Wednesday in the funeral home with Rev. William Heaton, pastor of Monroe Chapel, officiating.  Interment will be in Cederview Memorial Park Cemetery. The Derrick, Oil City, Pa., Oil City, Pa.  Monday, May 1, 1972.  Pg 12 Oil City Derrick 5/1/1972. via Paul Kifer


MYERS, HUGH On Friday, August 14, 2009 Hugh Myers, of Verona, died at the age of 78. Hugh was the beloved husband of the late Mary Louise (Mack) Myers; loving father of Karen (James) Rodriguez of Verona, Marsha Myers of Ford City, PA, Hugh J. (Roxanne) Myers of Sligo, PA, Stephen M. (Kim) Myers of Emleton, PA and Russell Myers of Verona; brother of Robert (Sophie) Myers of Sharpsburg, PA , Mary Jane Patterson of CA, Lorraine Dion of CA, and the late Richard Myers. He is also survived by many grandchildren and great grandchildren. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Saturday, August 22 at 10 am at St. Joseph Parish, Verona. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Riverview Relay for Life in memory of Hugh Myers c/o Judy Beynon 1129 Pennsylvania Ave. Oakmont, Pa 15139. Arrangements by English Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Inc.

 

MYERS, HUGH LEROY — H. Leroy Myers, 64, of Alamedo, Calif., died Tuesday, May 18, at his home. Born at Sligo, he was a son of Charles C. and Cora Kilgore Myers. He was a former employee of Sharon Steel Corporation. He had lived in California for the past 25 years. Surviving are his wife, Margaret; two sons, William of Bakersfield, Calif., and Phillip of Lakewood, Calif; one daughter, Mrs. Harold (Mary) Bailey of Bakersfield; and two sisters, Mrs. Gladys L. Buck of Rouseville and Mrs. Laura McLean of West Middlesex. Three brothers and one sister preceded him in death. Burial was in Alemeda. Clarion News  26 May 1971 p 6 - submitted by Malinda Brenizer 

 

 

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