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Harry J Will Funeral Homes

37000 W Six Mile Road, Livonia, MI

OBITUARY

Mark Wayne Myers

May 11, 1961January 10, 2020
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Mark W. Myers, 58, living on Byram Lake in Linden, MI left us on Friday, January 10, 2020 with Linda by his side as the full moon was shining down upon us.

Mark was well loved and enjoyed spending time with his family and friends. He loved water skiing on Byram Lake and Clear Lake as well as snow skiing in Vail, Colorado and in Park City, Utah with his brother's family. Mark and Linda hosted Camp Myers every summer for their nieces and nephews including bonfires, storytelling, and great food by Chef Marko. Mark accomplished a Bachelors degree in finance at the University of Michigan.

Mark is survived by his wife Linda; his parents Rosemary and Colonel; three siblings, Scott (Jennie), Lisa (Leo), and Kim (Bill); his brother-in-law David; nieces and nephews, Max, Maddy, Brandon, Derrick, Adam, Ben, Joey, Shaena, Hailey, and Amber; great niece Olivia and great nephew Enoch; as well as many aunts and uncles; and beloved dog Sadie.

A memorial gathering will be held on Sunday, January 19th, from 3-8pm at Harry J Will Funeral Home in Livonia located at 37000 Six Mile Rd. Livonia, MI 48184. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Ronald McDonald House Charities (1600 Washington Heights, Ann Arbor, MI 48104) or St. Jude's Children Research Hospital (501 St. Jude Place Memphis, TN 38105).

Services

  • A gathering of Family and Friends Sunday, January 19, 2020

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Joel Spaunburg

January 19, 2020

Mark brought so much fun and happiness to all family gatherings.
He was always there with a smile to help me with a house project or two for his grandmother. One of my favorite memories is working with Mark on a hot summer day top coating Grandma's driveway. We laughted and joked and he made a tough job enjoyable while making his grandmother happy.

Linda,
Thank you for giving Mark love, comfort and peace.

Love Joel and Paulette

Mason Spaunburg

January 19, 2020

Mark, you had a special talent for giving all the cousins a terrific fun filled summer week to look forward to all year long. Every day was filled with fun and laughter and every night a bonfire to share stories, snacks and starlight. I will miss you.

Linda, you and Mark were awesome hosts and my summers in Michigan are some of my best memories. I loved letting my hair grow long at the end of the school year because I knew my Camp Myers week would include a fantastic haircut by you.

Thank you both for bringing the families together and giving me history I will always cherish.

Love, Mason

Cindy Potter

January 19, 2020

I'm sadden to hear of Mark's passing. My sympathy and prayers to Linda and his family. I have so many fond memories. Mark took advantage of life and enjoyed it to the fullest. Thank you for "Cowboy Junkies" Mark . May you rest peacefully in God's heavens now.

Jim Craver

January 16, 2020

Over the years whenever I had the pleasure of talking to Mark I always felt better. His laugh his loyalty made me know how special he was. It was an honor to know him and call him my friend. My condolences to Linda and the family. Jim Craver

Nina Pesys

January 15, 2020

When I think of Mark I think of laughter, contagious vivacious energy, generosity and his sweet and wild Sadie girl! He carted us all around happily every time we visited the lake, was incredibly personable and didn’t shy away from our festivities even though he was often the only guy! Haha! His spirit will live on through the many happy memories he left behind. My heart goes ones out to his wonderful family and my dear friend Luzanne (Linda). XO Nina

Jeff Morgan

January 12, 2020

This is a very sad day. We spent a lot of time Skiing on clear lake and then ending the night at the Common Grill in Chelsea, while Sam kept an eye on the car.

Markos favorite line was “Every day is a holiday, every meal is a banquet”

Jayne Rautenberg

January 12, 2020

So sorry to
Hear about Markie Wayne, we always called him that. A special name for a special boy. Lots of wonderful memories from Ellen Drive Thinking about the group of kids that always played together He is I. Gods hands now😘

Kevin Scott

January 11, 2020

I’ve had so many good times over the years with Mark. I’m going to miss him.

Brenda Decker

January 11, 2020

SquarePeg you certainly will be missed!! Thanks for bringing all the laughs especially on those long days of Auto Show. Fly High Brother and May You Rest In Peace.

Paul Bilson

January 11, 2020

With mostly only memories of Mark from our childhood on Ellen Dr, I remember him as one with a quick wit and infectious laughter. God rest you.. and Condolences to the entire Myers family!

In sympathy,
Paul Bilson
Marietta, GA

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