Larry E. Myers

January 27, 1949December 24, 2012
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Larry E. Myers, our dedicated and devoted servant of the Lord was born into eternal life on the eve of his Savior’s birth, Monday, December 24, 2012 at his residence in Terre Haute surrounded by his loving family at the age of 63. Larry was born in Terre Haute on January 27, 1949 the son of Alfred Martin Myers and the former Constance W. Maynard. After Constance’s tragic passing, Alfred was united in marriage to Marcella South, who loving welcomed and adopted Larry as her own. Larry grew up in Riley and proudly went forth for our country from 1967-1971 during the Vietnam Conflict, where he served with the U.S. Navy and was stationed on both the U.S.S. Kearsarge and the U.S.S. Coral Sea. Larry was proud of his duties as a damage control man and with the armed forces police. It was during his time in the Navy that he would meet and fall in love with his soul mate and future wife, the former Cheryl Lynn Hathcox. He strongly believed in God first, followed by his country and his family. Larry would later go on to work as the General Foreman for U.S. Gypsum Co. in California, and also worked in the asphalt coating industry. A man of great character and faith, Larry’s commitment to our Lord was unwavering even until his final days. He always found the good in each and every individual, and never spoke ill of anyone. He was a faithful and proud member of the Mt. Pleasant United Methodist Church and also enjoyed prison ministry. Larry enjoyed both deep sea and lake fishing, along with camping. He was a passionate advocate for Alcoholics Anonymous and was also a life time member of the Vietnam Veterans of America and the American Legion Post 328. Larry never met a stranger, and was excellent with remembering names, faces and personalities. His kind, pure and true nature will live on in the hearts of those he touched for generations to come.

Larry leaves to cherish his memory, his loving wife, Cheryl Lynn Myers; mother, Marcella Myers; siblings, Mary Louise and husband John Coleman, Connie Sue and husband Frank Fisher, Elizabeth Ann “Libby” and husband Joseph Fernandez, Alfred Martin “Marty” Myers II, John G. and wife Laura Myers, Tracy Lee and wife Pamela Myers, Edward “Eddie” and wife Margie Myers and Marcia Jane and husband V. Scott Lough, all of the Terre Haute area. He was the proud uncle of Marah Lough Hay and loving Godfather of Crystal Marie Moore. Also surviving are numerous nieces and nephews, along with several great nieces and nephews and a few great-great nieces and nephews. In addition to his birth mother, Constance, Larry was welcomed home to heaven by his father Alfred M. Myers, two brothers, William “Bill” Myers and Joey Myers, along with his two nephews, James J. Myers and Brian J. Coleman. Visitation will be held on Thursday, December 27, 2012 from 4:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. at Mt. Pleasant United Methodist Church, 3050 Davis Drive. Visitation will continue on Friday, December 28, 2012 from 9:00 a.m. until Larry’s Funeral Ceremony at 10:00 a.m. at church. He will then be laid to rest at Oak Hill Cemetery in Riley. In lieu of flowers, memorial contribution in memory of Larry may be directed to Mt. Pleasant United Methodist Church. Mattox-Wood Funeral Home assisted the Myers family with final arrangements. Expressions of sympathy may be shared online at


  • Visitation Thursday, December 27, 2012
  • Visitation Friday, December 28, 2012
  • Funeral Ceremony Friday, December 28, 2012

Larry E. Myers

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claremce Turner

January 25, 2013

U will be miss my friend u held my hand in a storm. I will hold u in my heart my friend

marcia lough

January 2, 2013

Lighting a candle for you cause you were a light in my life love you Larry you were an inspiration to all of us in the end. See you on the other side someday....

Dave Nelson

January 1, 2013

God bless you Cheryl. Rest assured that Larry is in the presence of his Savior.

Beverly Ulloa

December 28, 2012

My heart is with you. May Larry rest in peace. He touched a lot of lives and will live in the hearts and minds of everyone who was fortunate to have known him.
We will surely miss him. We loved him !

Hope of Israel Ministries

December 28, 2012

From the Church family at Hope of Israel we send our thoughts and prayers to all of the family left behind and we also rejoice with you as we know that Larry is now home with Jesus and he has no more pain and suffering. God Bless you all. Keep looking up Our redemption draweth nigh!

Mike & Vickie Brooks

December 28, 2012

Although we only met Larry a few times at Hope of Israel with John and Laura we knew that he loved the Lord. This is a time to rejoice for sure because Jesus has come and got another one of His many Servants and taken to His eternal home with the Father. We will see you someday soon and celebrate the victory with you Larry. In the meantime we will keep John in line....LOL God Bless the family left behind. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.


December 27, 2012

Cheryl and family, I extend my condolences to all of you. I have followed Larry's final days on Keith's blog as Cheryl shared her loving memories of Larry on:"Too Much Reality" I am one of the many on there that willingly lent an ear & heart to Cheryl. May the Lord's promise comfort you.-Mommahello

Crystal Moore

December 27, 2012

Dear Aunt Cheryl, Sorry for your loss, I know it has been a long hard road. Uncle Larry can now rest in peace. I hope that all of your memories bring you comfort. My memories are really only childhood memories but I never did forget them and I always remembered Uncle Larry and always loved him because of those memories. May you rest in peace Uncle Larry. Love you , your neice Crystal

JoAnn Dean

December 27, 2012

Thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I met Larry through my sister-in-law Mary Coleman and during the good ole days at Riley. May God bless him and welcome him home.

Maureen L. Milano AKA~CrazyForBB

December 27, 2012

Cheryl, I am so very sorry for your loss. I know it's been a very hard time for you. I hope all the memories you have of Larry gets you through this most difficult time. I'm always thinking of you and praying for you. May God watch over you and give you the strength you need. Please take care of yourself! Love you. xoxo