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Larry Meyers

May 30, 1937March 23, 2021

Larry W. Meyers passed away on Monday, March 23rd, 2021 at home. He was born May 30th, 1937, in Memphis, Tennessee, to Lawrence W. and Selma W. Meyers.

Larry was married to Janice Huston in July 1963. He is survived by his wife; sons Darin Lawrence Meyers and wife Michele, Aaron Andrew “Andy” Meyers and wife Cindy, and Jamie Jon Meyers.

Known as Paw Paw, his surviving grandchildren are Christopher Darin Meyers, Sophie Quinn Meyers, Maxwell Aubrey Meyers, and Evan Paul Meyers. Larry’s love was his family and maintaining God’s land. He was a 1954 graduate of Lakeside School, graduated in 1959 from the University of Arkansas with a Bachelor of Science degree in chemical engineering. He was a member of ROTC and Sigma Nu Fraternity.

Larry joined his mother Selma in 1961 to form Meyers Realty Company, later joined by his father, Lawrence. The third generation of Meyers Realty Company is represented by his sons Andy and wife Cindy, and Darin. He enjoyed an active civic life for over fifty-five years, serving terms on multiple boards, and was actively involved with the early formation of the Hot Springs Music Festival and the Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival. He was also a member of National Park Rotary Club.

Larry’s professional life was a love of the real estate industry, from which he only recently retired. As a Realtor, he served as President of the Arkansas Realtors’ Association in 1980 and 1981, Chairman of the Arkansas Real Estate Commission from 1986 to 1989, President of the Arkansas Society of Real Estate Appraisers in 1972, and Founding President of the Arkansas Real Estate Foundation in 1985. He was a life-long member of the First Presbyterian Church of Hot Springs, where he served as a Deacon and Ruling Elder.

Larry was an ethical, kind man who treated everyone with respect, generosity, and with an open, loving heart. He appreciated his relationships from the many physicians who cared for him over the years.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, a private memorial service will be held at the First Presbyterian Church in Hot Springs, Arkansas on Friday, March 26th, 2021 , conducted by Pastor Brad Thornton.

Memorials may be made to the First Presbyterian Church or a charity of preference. The online obituary, guestbook, and memorial tribute are available at


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Bridget Muller

March 30, 2021

Jan and Meyers Family,
Larry Meyers was one of the finest men I knew and I was so blessed to be one of his cousins and a part of the Meyers family. He will be welcomed into heaven by our loved ones that came before him. Our hearts are so heavy and Dave and I send our prayers of comfort and peace to Jan and the family.
He has left a wonderful legacy that will live on through his children and grandchildren.
Love and prayers,
Bridget and Dave Muller

Andy Schaus

March 29, 2021

Having been introduced to Larry in 1972, he was always my idol in our business relationship. Larry along with B J Smith approved my membership in the Hot Springs Board of REALTORS. Through the years, until I retired in 2010, I always admired his mother, Selma and Andy, his son. Jan, a very sweet wife, was also present at many functions of our REALTOR's association. Rest in peace my friend and know that your contribution to Hot Spring community shall shine for decades.

Chuck Launius

March 29, 2021

Larry Meyers joined Hot Springs National Park Rotary in October of 1986 and was a faithful and active member for our club for 35 years. Larry was a Paul Harris Fellow and showed his commitment to our club with his exemplary attendance, which was over 90% during his membership.

Larry had a smile that was hard to match along with a firm handshake and engaging personality to anyone he met as was the case when I first became a member of the club.

Larry was one of the first Rotarians to meet me in my first few meetings and he made me feel welcomed , again with that wonderful smile. Just as he did with me, Larry welcomed any and all visitors to our meetings.

Larry was a strong leader in our club and he will be missed greatly by all of his Rotarian brothers and sisters.

We wish our sincere condolences and prayers for the Larry Meyers family as he will be greatly missed by all of us at Hot springs National Park Rotary.

Chuck Launius
President Hot Springs National Park Rotary

Gary Isom

March 28, 2021

Jan, Darrin, Andy and Cindy: I was saddened to hear of Larry's passing. He was a special person in my life as he was on the commission when I was hired. He's the last of those serving at that time. I appreciated his support through the years. Larry was one of the most professional, concerned and knowledgeable persons I ever knew in the real estate business. He was always thinking of ways we could improve the profession for both practitioners and consumers. His influence will live on in many ways. You all will be in my hearts and prayers. Your husband and father will be missed.

Eugene Barham

March 27, 2021

Jan, Andy and family. We just read of Larry’s passing online and we are so sorry for your loss. You and your entire family will remain in our ongoing thoughts and prayers.
Eugene Barham and Greg Packer. 🙏🙏

Sharon Tremor

March 27, 2021

Jan, Andy, Darin and family you are all in my prayers this week to see your way through this great loss. Larry was very special to me and I held him in high regard. His presence was large and fun! I will miss our visits and debates. A Great man.

Mary Harrison

March 26, 2021

Jan, Mike and I are so very sorry about the passing of Larry. Praying you find comfort in the wonderful memories you had together.

Suzanne Moss

March 26, 2021

So sorry for your loss, Larry was a very special man and loved his family so much, prayers for you all! I really enjoyed working with him, Andy and Cindy. My parents attended First Presbyterian with Jan and Larry for years and we all thought he was a great friend.

Leslie Hardin

March 26, 2021

Dear Jan and family, We are so sorry for your loss. Larry was such a dapper gentleman who always had a smile and a compliment when he passed by our church pew each Sunday morning. We will miss him. Prayers and hugs to you!

Leslie and Shane Hardin

Roy and Betty Goldberger

March 26, 2021

So sorry for your loss.
Prayers for the family.