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Joseph (Joe) William Myers

August 12, 2021

Joseph (Joe) William Myers died on August 12, 2021 at his home in Neosho Rapids, Kansas.

He was born October 5, 1922, in Faulkner, Kansas (Cherokee County) to William W. and Ina (Boyes) Myers. In 1968 he married Dorothy Mahan who survives. Joe grew up in the Galena, Kansas area and attended Brush Creek, Hickory Grove and Empire schools in the area.

He served in the US Army Infantry during WWII in North Africa and Italy for which he was awarded a Bronze Star. Joe was a life member of the Newton VFW post #971.

He retired from Wonder Bread Bakery in Wichita in 1984 where he was a diesel mechanic and transport driver. Joe was a member of the Plymouth Congregational Church of Sedgwick.

Joe leaves one son, George Myers of Nob Hill, Arkansas; nephew, Bobby Myers of Baxter Springs, Kansas, as well as several grandchildren, great grandchildren and great-great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents; two brothers, Harry and Luis Myers; granddaughter, Trena Jo Myers; daughter-in-law, Joan Myers; son, Carl J. Myers of Missouri; and step-son, Michael Rice.

A funeral service will be at 10:30a.m., Saturday, August 28th, at Plymouth Congregational Church of Sedgwick, 402 N. Commercial Ave, Sedgwick, Kansas. A graveside service will follow at Hartford Cemetery, 2200 Road 90, Hartford, Kansas.

Memorial contributions in Joe’s name may be made and sent to Plymouth Congregational Church, P.O. Box 138, Sedgwick, KS, 67135.

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6 thoughts on “Joseph (Joe) William Myers

  1. Rest Joseph, until you hear at dawn,
    the low, clear reveille of God.

    Thank you for your service to this nation. U.S. Army WWII, African and European Theaters.

  2. Dorothy, Corky & family,
    We were very sorry & sad to hear about Joe. He was so special to Danny’s dad, Shorty. May you all find peace, comfort & joy in your sweet memories and God’s steadfast love.
    Our thoughts & prayers are with you now and the days ahead.
    Blessings and deepest sympathy,
    Danny & Cheryl Boyes

  3. Joe was such a kind, gentle soul. I loved the visits I had with him and I will miss him dearly.

  4. Dear Dorothy I am so sorry to learn of Joe’s passing. I’ve thought of you both quite often over many years and remember you both with fondness and good memories! My deepest sympathy and prayers to you and the family. My heart breaks for you. Love and hugs to you.

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