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Culley's MeadowWood Funeral Home

1737 Riggins Road, Tallahassee, FL

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Janice Myers

11 marzo , 19575 junio , 2019
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Mrs. Janice Myers, 62, of Tallahassee, passed away Wednesday, June 5, 2019, at Tallahassee Memorial Health Care.

She was born in Miami, FL, on March 11, 1957, to Harold Oliver and Geraldine Gaither. She graduated from Jackson High school and furthered her education by receiving a degree in Criminal Justice from Florida State University. She married Wayne Myers on July 3, 1982, in Miami, FL, and they shared an inspirational marriage for almost 37 years.

Janice was a hard working woman who held a long term career as the district manager for Burger King as well as McDonald’s. She was a member of St. Mary Baptist Church; and with a heart like Jesus, she dedicated herself to helping others. In her spare time, you could find her spending time with family and friends or redecorating her home any chance she could get.

She is preceded in death by her parents; and sisters, Lenora Miller and Anita Taylor.

Janice is survived by her husband, Wayne Myers; son, Jarvis Myers; daughter, Jacquies Myers; grandchildren, Alexis McCord and Jazlyn Myers; siblings, Joan Thomas (William), Claudette Randle (John), Glenn R. Miller (Julit), Jeanette White, Kenneth Gaither, and Jennifer Gatson; and godchildren, Kendall and Kameron Bundage.

A Celebration of Life service for Janice will be 11:00 a.m., Saturday, June 15, 2019, at Culley’s MeadowWood Funeral Home located at 1737 Riggins Rd. Tallahassee, FL 32308.

Servicios

  • Celebration of Life sábado, 15 junio , 2019

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Elinor Mount-Simmons

15 junio , 2019

Janice & I were roommates in Gilchrist Hall @ FSU. This picture is Spring 1976. So many wonderful times we shared together.

Elinor Mount-Simmons

15 junio , 2019

Some of our Gilchrist Gang with Janice right in the middle. Spring 1976

Shirley Taylor

15 junio , 2019

Janice,
You were one of the first friends I made at Gilchrist Hall, FSU, during the fall of 1975. Your smile and Miami swag are forever etched in my special college memories. Our clique was always together walking to the Union for step shows and watching our favorite soaps; cooking a family meal with whatever we could find in our rooms; going to football games and after parties; attending church; hanging out in front of Gilchrist and at the Sweet Shop; and yes studying for finals!!

After our time as roommates, life took us in different directions. We would occasionally see other around town and promised each other this time we would keep in touch. My friend I was so heartbroken when I received news of your passing but please know you are my forever friend. Rest in eternal peace . . .

Leroy and Delories Sloan

14 junio , 2019

Janice was a "precious" gift. She was always helpful to students, friends and others. She would greet you with a sly smile and chat about her family or just pleasantries. Whenever you saw her it was as if you had just left her even though it may have been weeks or months. She was a genuinely caring person.

Vernia (Vern) Walthour-Rolle

12 junio , 2019

My heart grieved with the notification of the transaction of my childhood friend from (Overtown) /Miami, FL. Remembering our times at Dixie Pool, Citrus Grove Middle..reconnecting when your family moved next door to my older sister (Tiny) on 99 Terrace/Miami, FL.
Such a beautiful spirit!!
You have earned your wings..
May you Rest In Peace and Rise In Glory.
Vernia Walthour-Rolle.

Elinor Mount-Simmons

12 junio , 2019

Janice was my first college roommate at FSU, 1975-1976, and I have really great memories of our Freshman year together living in Gilchrist Hall. My heart is saddened because of her passing, but I will cherish those memories forever. I send my thoughts & prayers to the family as they go through this season of grief.

Josie (Moore) Bagley

11 junio , 2019

After graduation from Florida State we parted and went our separate ways. Although Our lives took different paths, Your friendship remained in my heart and mind. Rest on Janice until me meet again.

Janice Stephens. Smith

11 junio , 2019

I often think of our days at Florida state university and I marvel of the great times and the great people such as yourself. Your character and heart attracted me and I regret that I did not know how to contact you just to enjoy you more. Heaven has gained an angel and I have lost a friend. Rest In Peace / I never will forget you. Janice Stephens Smith

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