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Myers, Gary D.

Myers, Gary D.

October 8, 1954 — March 4, 2022

On Friday, March 4, 2022, Gary D. Myers, loving husband and father of two passed away at the age of 67. Gary was born October 08, 1954. He was a passionate electrician and retired in 2016 as a proud member of the IBEW #124.

On August 08, 1971, he married his love Sharon I. Vincent and they raised two children, Donnie and Brooke.

Gary has a passion for the outdoors, family, and friends. He loved to fish and to work in his flower gardens. He was known for his quick wit, large smile and big laughs…

Gary was preceded in death by his son Donnie, father George, and mother Betty. He is survived by his wife Sharon, daughter Brooke, sister Donna, brothers Robin and Chris, granddaughters Jaqueline, Sydney, Clairelynn, and several nieces and nephews.

A celebration of life will be at a later date to be announced.

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Gary & Sharon were our next-door neighbors in early/mid 70's . Donnie and my boys used to play together on that little schoolhouse lawn right across the street from our house. This is so sad, I am praying for Brooke, their only living child. So sorry for your loss. Beverly (Wilson)DiIorio

Beverly DiIorio

Gary was a great guy, we were working for the same electrical shop when we we ibew in 1989. His wife Sharon was a great person, sorry for her loss. You will be rembered

Larry Nance

You will be missed

Steve Burasco

I grew up with Gary, just like my dad TD did. I remember me and Brooke playing games while the adults had fun, so many trips to the lake, building the house in Louisburg. Gary was family, and my dads best friend for many years. Gary and Sharon are and were the best people to be with, the perfect couple in many ways, but not always perfect. Last time I saw Gary I played music and he told stories about going to see shows with my dad. It was different to see Gary, how he softened at the end, he could be a tad gruff at times, but he was one of the best dudes I’ve ever met. I’m sorry for Brooke and Sharon’s loss especially, but know one day they’ll be reunited and Gary will be his old boisterous self. I think the greatest testament of a persons life is one that’s been lived to it’s fullest, and I think Gary did that, 1000%. RIP Gary, see you on the other side, hope you and dad are having a whiskey together and reminiscing about the old times. Cheers. Jason

Jason Davey

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