Sunset Funeral Home & Sunset Memorial Gardens

8800 North Alpine Road, Machesney Park, IL


Clara Remona Myers

July 13, 1949August 9, 2019

Clara Remona Myers, 70, of Machesney Park IL, passed away at home with her family at her side on August 9, 2019. Born on July 13, 1949 to John and Inez Romans in Sheffield Alabama. She was no stranger to hard work, and valued a good representation of her home and herself. Clara will be remembered for her down to earth personality, her contagious sense of humor, and quick wit. She is survived by her daughter; Carla (David) Duncan, grandchildren; Austin and Allison Duncan, niece; Karen (Kevin) Tooley, brothers; Jimmy (Sandra) Romans, Wesley (Eva) Romans, Edward (Brenda) Romans, sisters; Barb (Don) Slocum and Peggy McCoy, as well as several nieces and nephews. Clara is predeceased by her parents John and Inez Romans, Brothers; Howard, Nicky, and Michael, as well as her ex-husband and dear friend, Russell Myers. A funeral for Clara is scheduled for Thursday, August 15 at 10AM at Sunset Funeral home. 8800 N. Alpine rd. Machesney Park. A visitation will be held from 9AM until the time of service. A fellowship Luncheon is to follow the committal service at Neighbors Bar and Grill at 7745 Forrest Hills Rd. Loves Park IL 61111



  • Visitation Thursday, August 15, 2019
  • Funeral Thursday, August 15, 2019


  • Burial


Clara Remona Myers

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Carl Jr Williams

August 13, 2019

What can you say about a lady so gracious and kind..Ramona you was such a wonderful aunt i will always remember you the humour you shared and the love you gave to anyone that crossed your path..Thank you for everything..Give my uncle a hug,and grandma and grandpa till i see you again RIP sweetheart.

Sue Ellis

August 12, 2019

R. I. P. Dearest Mona, you were a wonderful person and your sense of humor was like none other. I can still hear your laughter echoing thru Dept. 9. It was truely an honor to work with and know you. Talking of that rich man you were going to find with Carol, Zoe, and Georgia. Lol you will be greatly missed.

Judy Williams

August 11, 2019

Loved this woman with all my heart. Even though not married to my brother a lifetime, I always considered her my sister-in-law. We had wonderful times together. Put her and my husband together and you would do nothing but laugh or cry, they were a pair that was special. I love you Mona and will miss you and never forget the many beautiful times we had. Rest In Peace beautiful lady. Your in my heart to stay♥️