Boice Funeral Home

308 Pollasky Ave, Clovis, CA


Donald L. Myers M.D

December 10, 1951May 15, 2019

Donald L. Myers was born on December 10, 1951 in Ithaca, New York and passed away on May 15, 2019 in Clovis, California.


  • Shelley Myers, Wife
  • Leilani Hope Myers, Daughter
  • Serena Rose Myers, Daughter
  • Donald L. Myers, Father
  • Jeffrey Myers, Brother
  • Karen Myers, Sister
  • Margaret Myers, Mother
  • Scott Myers, Brother


20 June

Private Family Wittness Cremation

9:00 am - 9:30 am

Evergreen Crematory

920 S. Parallel Avenue
Fresno, CA 93721

25 June

Celebration of Life Service

6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Clovis Memorial Building

Liberty Ballroom

808 Fourth Street
Clovis, California 93612


Donald L. Myers M.D

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Betsy Gonzalez

June 12, 2019

Dr. Myers was an exceptionally great person. I met him when he came to work for Kaiser Permanente. I enjoyed working with him. He was very kind, thoughtful and down to earth. I enjoyed conversing with him especially about the many places he had traveled to. I'm sad to hear of his passing. My condolences to the family on the loss of such a wonderful person. May he R.I.P.

Michele Marshall

June 10, 2019

I was honored to work with Don in the OR on the Neurosurgery Team at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. I will always remember Don’s incredible surgical prowess, his humor, his kindness and his beautiful singing voice. I’m sad to hear of his passing but I’m sure he was greeted in Heaven by his mentor, Dr Jewell Osterholm.


Michele Marshall, RN

Bikash Bose

June 9, 2019

A great surgeon. He was my chief resident when I started at Jeff. Great teacher. We will miss you. RIP. Condolences to the family.

Nichole Wiley

June 7, 2019

Dr. Myers was a very special person. We were introduced to him in Whistler, B.C., at a CRMC Symposium. We thought he was going to be arrogant and pretentious given that he was Chief of Neurosurgery. Not only was he down to earth, he was kind, thoughtful, a great conversationalist, and a lot of fun. He became a friend who we greatly admired. He had a zest for life that was infectious. His accomplishments were impressive. We did not see him as much after his move to Kaiser , but he always remained our friend who we will never forget. We miss him, and social functions are not the same without him. Our heartfelt condolences to the Myers' family on the loss of such a wonderful person. We grieve with you. Godspeed, Dr. Myers.

Drs. Uma Rao, Gabriela Tarau, and Nichole Wiley