Ethel C. Myers

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Ethel C.

Myers, Ethel C. (nee Slayton)

Monday, February 10, 2014 age 97 years. Reunited with her beloved dance partner and husband of 66 years George A. Myers. Loving mother of Suzanne Doyle and Geoffrey (Nancy) Myers. Proud grandmother of Robert (Michelle) Doyle and Kirstin Doyle. Delighted Nana-Nana of Victoria, Liam and Mikaela. Dear sister of Rex Slayton. Sister-in-law of Donald (Diane) Myers and Barbara Kronberg. Further survived by many special nieces , nephews, cousins and friends.

Preceded in death by brothers; Ward, Gardner, Leon and Harley; sisters Hildegarde, Marjorie and Yvonne; son-in-law Michael Doyle and great-granddaughter Kayley.

A memorial service will be held when the daffodils are blooming.

Ethel was a Sears retiree, former member of the Red Hat Society, the Friends of the Oak Creek Public Library and the CCC Chapter # 134. If so desired memorials to the JDRF – Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation , the Wisconsin Humane Society or the Deke Slayton Museum appreciated.

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A. Bell

I’m so sorry for your loss. Please accept my deepest sympathy. May you find comfort from your memories, as well as God’s word the bible. Why do people we love die? Romans 5:12 says: “That is why, just as through one man (Adam) sin entered into the world and death through sin, and thus death spread to all men because they had all sinned.” How loving of God to promise what is found at Revelation 21:4 which says, “And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.”

Michael R. Franklin

To Suzanne Doyle and Geoffrey Myers: I was saddened to read of your mother’s passing. Your parents and my parents (Robert and Lucille Franklin) were good friends back in the early to mid ’50s; they all lived in the Wilson Park Housing Project for WWII veterans. As a matter of fact, I baby sat for the two of you several times way back then. I had the unexpected pleasure of seeing your mother again approximately 4 years ago at my mother’s 90th birthday party at Wilson Commons, where they both resided. It was strange, but I instantly recognized your mom and we had a nice chat about the “old days”. What a great spirit she had. Anyway, my sincere condolences to you during this period of loss.

Michael R. Franklin

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