Joseph Myers

28 June, 195224 February, 2021

It is with profound sadness that the family of Joseph Myers announces his sudden passing on Wednesday February 24, 2021, at the age of 68 years.

Joe was a special person. He loved to chat with friends and strangers alike. He greeted everyone with a smile and if he thought someone was having a bad day he did his best to cheer them up. He loved history and was proud of his Cherryville roots. He loved family above all. He is missed more than words can say.

Joe will be lovingly remembered by his partner and best friend of 39 years Sheree and his children Andrea (Andy), Clayton (Patricia), Ron (Kim), Clint and Lyndsay; his grandchildren Aaron, Aricka, Charlotte, Brenton, Chloe, Quinn and Sawyer; his brother Gordon; sisters Donna and Karen as well as many nieces, nephews, extended family and friends.

Joe was predeceased by his daughter Delaine; parents Louise Davis-Myers (Sis) and Benjamin Franklin Myers.

Due to Covid restrictions there will not be a formal gathering at this time, we hope to be able to hold a Celebration of Life in the summer when restrictions relax.

The family wishes to thank everyone for their support during this difficult time.


No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.


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Louise Ostensen

21 March 2021

Joe was always genuine, caring and kind. A very likeable person with a great sense of humour. Thinking of all the family
My sympathies Louise Ostensen

Lynne Frerichs

21 March 2021

Hi everyone: For senior supper events I would phone everyone to remind them of the time and date of the suppers. It was always a guess how Joe would answer the phone, and mostly it was "Well how are you doing darlin! You're lookin good today", and the conversation would go from there. Everyone could fill a book of great conversations with Joe and we will so miss that.
Thinking of you lots!
Love Lynne

Tom Dodds

20 March 2021

I'm going to miss the trucking stories, Joe and I would talk for hours about all sorts of things that happened over the years, lots of funny things, and some not so great, but all in all it was awesome. He had the greatest sense of humor, and was quite a jokester. I'm pretty sure I've never seen Joe without a smile on his face the whole time I knew him, and the biggest heart of anyone I knew, and not at all scared to share his affections with anyone. We're going to keep Joe close to our hearts and remember him fondly every time we think of him...Love you big guy!!

Laura Mallach

20 March 2021

Our thoughts and prayers go out to Sheree and all of Joe's family and friends. Joe was such a wonderful man and he will be missed everyday by someone because he touched so many peoples lives in so many ways. Joe has been in my life since I was about 13 years old and I thought of him as a brother. I remember babysitting some of his kids . I remember being at a function at the Cherryville hall one evening and Joe was leaning on the end of one of the tables chatting with some people and Clint Whitecotton walked by and grabbed each side of Joe's britches and down they came. Joe being Joe not much fazed him just bent down pulled them up laughing the whole while and continued on with his conversation. Joe was such a fun loving man and no matter your age young or old or in between he was your friend and if he wasn't yet he would be soon. Joe now you behave yourself up there don't get into to much trouble with the others who has gone before you. Watch down on Sheree and your family and help guide them through this difficult time in their lives. We will all miss you especially if we ever get to have any gatherings again your presence will be missed. Love you big time all our love from Don and Laura Mallach.

Tanis Magnusson

20 March 2021

Joey was a super great guy, he will always be remembered by my family, hanging around the pool hall, he was a friend of my brother Robins, my dad always described Joey and "such a nice guy" ,
Joey you will be missed by so many people.
Condolences and love to all the family members,
so sad we cannot have a celebration of life,
Tanis Magnusson

Helen Kovacs

20 March 2021

Joe was a brightly shining star in Cherryville he was always positive and had a beautiful smile. He will be missed. Jeff and Helen send our condolences to the family. Joe is now an angel watching over everyone.

Laurie and agayle Rowan

20 March 2021

I will always remember Joe’s smiling face and heartfelt greeting whenever we met. Our sincere condolences to his family and many friends. He has left us with many fond memories and will be greatly missed.

Bea Quigley

19 March 2021

So sorry to hear of your loss. Joe was such a nice/friendly guy. Will miss his hugs, when we run into each other.

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