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Doris Myers

June 17, 1933March 12, 2020

Doris Mozingo Myers, loving mother and grandmother, passed away on Thursday, March 12, 2020, in Houston, Texas, at the age of 86.


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Rhonda Rector

April 2, 2020

Doris and Ed will always be very special to me! They treated me like a daughter. I’ll never forget the times we spent together usually over food. The fish camp and the peanut butter pie!!! Because of these two beautiful people I have a sweet friend in Beth whom I miss and love dearly! Not leaving out Mike and David or Joey making a very special family! I can’t wait to see them again in paradise!!

Dorothy Higgins

April 1, 2020

Doris’ passing has saddened all who knew her. She had such a warm and caring personality that drew people to her and that’s exactly what I did when I first met her in January 1971. So for the last nearly 50 years, I have had the rare privilege of being one of her “fellow workers” in Jehovah’s service. Friends like Doris are certainly to be cherished and I won’t stop missing her till I see her again. For now, my prayerful thoughts are with Beth and her family, with love…

Angel Smith

April 1, 2020

What a privilege it's been to know Sis Myers. She was always willing to give hugs and kisses to anyone, which says a lot about the type of person she was. She'll be missed, but how wonderful it'll be to see her again soon. We'll always love her & that love certainly extends to the Landrum Family as well.

Eddie Turner

March 31, 2020

I'm deeply saddened by the loss of Sister Myers. I did not know her long but she endeared herself to me immediately. I looked forward to speaking with her after meetings. She always made me smile. I stopped by the nursing home to see her after the meeting not long ago and did not know that would be my last time seeing her. I'm so glad I made the extra effort to get there that day. I pray that our loving God Jehovah will comfort her family during this difficult time and look forward to seeing her return in the new world.

Frances Jenkins

March 31, 2020

Doris was truly a lovely person. She was so very kind and encouraging and could always make me smile. I have such warm memories of doing Sunday return visits with her. How thankful we can be for the wonderful hope Jehovah has given us that we will see our beautiful sister again. Love to all the Landrum family.

Debbie Stratton

March 31, 2020

We loved Doris and Ed Myers from the first time we met the parents of Beth Landrum (then Myers). They were both very kind and friendly. We always enjoyed visiting with them. We look forward to welcoming them back in Paradise on Earth! ❤️

Gretchen Adams

March 31, 2020

My deepest condolences to the Landrum family for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. I did not have the privilege of knowing Sister Myers personally, but I know she was much loved by her family , congregation and by Jehovah. I wish you all healing and peace.

Debra Paseur

March 31, 2020

Deepest sympathies and heartfelt condolences to Beth and her entire family. Sister Doris Meyers most admirable quality to me was being a loyal and dedicated servant of Almighty GOD Jehovah. She was a Lady; beautiful, genteel, loving, kind and gracious. Her laughter and smile lifted the hearts of all who had the honor and privilege of knowing her. Her presence is greatly missed and her death cuts deeply but she will always be a significant part of my heart as well as any who knew her.

Joseph Jenkins

March 31, 2020

My condolences to the family. I'm happy to have met sister Myers and look forward to spending time with her in the future, seeing the smiles she will bring to your faces.

Jenna Paseur

March 31, 2020

I'll never forget her sweet smile and the good times we had eating Mexican food together at El Real. Until we meet again my sister... ❤️❤️



Doris Marie Mozingo Myers grew up on a family farm in eastern North Carolina, the third of four daughters born to Preston Floyd and Annie Mae Mozingo. Baptized in 1950, she remained faithful as one of Jehovah’s Witnesses for nearly 70 years. In 1956, she married the late Marvin Edward Myers, Jr., and the two made their home in Charlotte, North Carolina. Six years later, they welcomed their only child, a daughter they named Elizabeth Anne. Doris was also blessed with two grandsons, David Michael in 1990, and Joseph Edward in 1992. After the death of her husband in 2013, she relocated to Houston, Texas, to be with her daughter.

Doris was a sweet and gentle person, caring, easygoing, patient, and forgiving. Her kind smile and light-hearted sense of humor made her a pleasure to be around. As a supportive wife, devoted mother and grandmother, and a loyal and trustworthy friend, she will be truly missed by all who knew her.

Doris was preceded in death by her parents, Preston Mozingo and Annie Mae Mozingo (née Tripp); two sisters, Lillian Manning and Christine Lockamy; a nephew, Stephen Lockamy; and her loving husband of 57 years, Edward Myers.

Doris is survived by her daughter, Elizabeth Landrum and husband, Michael, of Houston, Texas; two grandsons, David Landrum of Houston, Texas, and Joseph Landrum and wife, Isabel, of Pine Bush, New York; one sister, Carolyn Ramsey of Lakewood Ranch, Florida; two nephews, Dwight Manning of Bradenton, Florida, and Douglas Manning and wife, Patricia, of Burgaw, North Carolina; and three nieces, Judith Nichols of Vanceboro, North Carolina, Cynthia Newman of Wilmington, North Carolina, and Carol Hess and husband, James, of Quitman, Texas.

Due to the current pandemic, a small, private memorial service was held in the Japanese Garden at Hermann Park in Houston, Texas. Since a larger gathering of friends was not possible, the family would greatly appreciate your sharing your thoughts, condolences, or memories on this site by clicking ADD A MEMORY.