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James L Myers

September 3, 1938November 5, 2020

In Loving Memory

James L. Myers, Born September 3, 1938, went to be with the Lord on Thursday November 5, 2020. Born in Pasco, Washington to Murill and Mabel Myers, he had 9 brother and sisters. Jim was a US Veteran serving proudly in the US Navy.

He is survived by his Sister, Darlene Haynes of Mesa, AZ, Sister in Law Ruth Allen Myers, Richardson, TX, Nephew Donald Myers and his wife Connie Myers of Dallas, TX, Niece Brittany Myers Burkett of Murphy, TX, Grand Niece Kaylee Myers Burkett and Grand Nephew Kaeleb Myers Burkett of Murphy, TX. Along with many extended family members that he called his own.

Pallbearers: Roger Smith, Brent Smith, Charles Michele, Rodney Marcantel and Glenn Bonds. Service will be officiated by Donald Myers

Interment will be at the DFW National Cemetery.

Visitation will be Wednesday November 11th from 4 – 8 pm at Rhoton Funeral Home, 1511 South Interstate 35E, Carrollton, TX 75006.

Services will be Thursday November 12th at 9:30 am in the chapel at Rhoton Funeral Home. Followed by Graveside Service at 11:30 am at DFW National Cemetery.

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Evangeline Martinez

November 8, 2020

Ruthie,

We are so sorry for your loss. Jim was a good man and will be greatly missed.

Evangeline

Mary Ann Hughes

November 7, 2020

So sorry for your loss. He was a very special man. I am so glad I had the privilege of meeting him!

Helen Myers

November 6, 2020

My husband Robert was Jimmy's younger and youngest brother. He passed away suddenly in 2006, but they were close, both serving in the U.S. Navy at the same time. Almost all of the ten Myers siblings were talented in crafts, machinery, mechanics, you name it. Robert and Jim often brainstormed together on some project or other, and they teased each other relentlessly, especially about their time in the service. Jim, you are going to be missed here, but I know you're already being hugged fiercely at Home.

Ronnie Eric Thompson

November 5, 2020

I am sad to hear my dear friend has gone to be with our Lord.
I will miss him.

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FROM THE FAMILY

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