Willie Mae Myers

Born in Florence County, South Carolina on May 7, 1927

Departed on August 31, 2016 and resided in Nashville, Tennessee

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Willie Mae Myers age 89, of Nashville, passed away on August 31, 2016 surrounded by her family.
She was born on May 7, 1927 in Florence Co., South Carolina to the late William P and Eunice Kirby Player.
When talking about Mrs. Myers the words faithful, strong, full of life and grateful were just a few of the descriptions given about her. Her love for God, the Church and her family ran deep within her. Being a Pastors wife she had the passion for spreading Gods Word and His love; she was involved in many different ministries but she held the South Carolina Nazarene Camp Ground and the compassion for lost souls close to her heart, helping anyway she could. Over the years she met so many people that became not only friends but were influential in her life and her walk with God; Drs. Moody and Nina Gunter, Ken Dove, David Graves, and Bobby Burgess just to name a few.
Mrs. Myers had many hobbies the last few years, from learning to ballroom dance at 60 years old to taking her first Big Band Cruise at 70, followed by 5 more; word searches, watching the Tennessee Titans and sewing. It didn’t matter if it was on the Ballroom Dance floor, Family reunions, Christmas Eve, or Friday Night date Night, she was always Full of Life and happy anytime you saw her.
She will forever be remembered as a loving Wife, Mother, MeMaw and MaMaw
In addition to her parents she is preceded in death by her beloved husband Jack M. Myers, Sr. and siblings, Richard Player, Glennan Player, Louise Horton, Mary Alice Armstrong, and Ruby Lee Brewer.
Mrs. Myers is survived by her children, Linzett (Steve) Newman, Jack M. (Kay) Myers, Jr. and Mark (Karen Starr) Myers; grandchildren, Stephanie (Scott) McDaniel, Erica Pelfrey, Jody(Christy) Myers, April Kay (Marc) Moore, Kary (Ed) Holland and Kathy (Kurt) Madvig; and great-grandchildren, Mason Moore, Wilson Marie Myers, Mallory Moore, Lauren Holland, Courtney Holland, Alexander Madvig, Alyssa Madvig, and Addison Madvig.
A Life Celebration will be held Friday, September 2, 2016 at 2pm in the Sanctuary of Grace Church of The Nazarene: 2620 Pennington Bend Road, Nashville, Tennessee 37214. The family will receive friends on Friday from 11am until the time of service.
Memorial Donations can be made to Grace Church of The Nazarene: 2620 Pennington Bend Road, Nashville, Tennessee 37214

6 Comments to Mrs. Willie Mae Myers

  1. Kathy {Jeffcoat) Smith
    September 1, 2016 8:56 pm

    She was such a sweet and loving woman of Gid that had a big inflience on my life. I will always hold the Myers family close to my heart.

  2. Don Garrison
    September 1, 2016 8:57 pm

    A marvelous Saint is in the presents of the Lord. Wow. How that’s Living.

  3. Barbi Cash
    September 1, 2016 9:53 pm

    I will always remember my sweet roommate on our trip to Branson. She was very fun to have around! Sorry for the loss her family must feel, but rejoicing for Willie Mae as she meets face to face with her Savior.

  4. Joan brown salim
    September 2, 2016 11:20 am

    WHAT a beautiful lady.My condolence I send for you and your family.ItsHard to say goodbye to a loved one but it’s comforting to know she’s heaven bound.Jesus needed another angel and she was chosen. My God be with you all as you say your earthly goodbyes.Its comforting to know she will be at HEAVENS gate waiting for her family.

  5. Chuck
    January 3, 2017 1:04 am

    Acho que a prova provadas das histórias das comissões é a aposta exaustiva de Jesus em jogadores que não vieram indicados por ele.Carole, por exemplo, podia já ter sido no ano passado ou pelo menos neste uma aposta. Mas não. Não dá mama.Pó caralho com esta cambada de glutões a chular o Benfica e os Befsnquiitas.

  6. Lotta
    January 6, 2017 1:41 am

    AKAIK yovu’e got the answer in one!

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