Wanda K. Myers

Born: 09/04/1945 Passed:
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Wanda K. Myers, age 72 originally from Louisville, OH passed away May 3, 2018 at her home in Burton. Born September 4, 1945, she graduated from Chardon High School. She worked in electronics as a circuit board assembler for the Allen-Bradley and Bicron Companies. She was a member of Faith Baptist and Horizons Christian Assembly. Wanda enjoyed spending time with family, friends and loved being an active member of her church and community.  Never having any children of her own she truly loved all children and gave of her time in teaching children at Sunday School, VBS and church camp.

She is preceded in death by her parents, Ruby Nutt and Tony Myers; grandparents, John and Pearl Tallent; sister, Donna Myers; niece, Andrea Dunne and beloved extended family members.

Wanda is survived by two nieces, Liesa (Jim) Conversino and Jean (Aimee) Fawver-Maxwell; seven great nephews/nieces, Brian Dunne, Amber Harris, Charles Harris, Breanna Lindsey, Justin Wolf, Jade (Evan) Binkley and Garett Fawver-Maxwell; two great-great nieces, Caidence and Caelyn Wolf; three half-sisters, Toni Ann, Carol and Dora along with “many beloved cousins and extended family”.

The family would like to say a special thank you to Wanda’s dear friend Jenny Jerman for her kind support through Wanda’s illness and to long time neighbor, Lon Miller for all of his kind help over the years.

Wanda’s wish for a private burial at Union Cemetery and individual private celebrations of her life will be honored. In Wanda’s memory please consider donating to:

Horizons Christian Assembly 14920 White Road, Middlefield, Ohio 44062 and/or Faith Baptist Church 12010 Snow Road Burton, Ohio 44021. Condolences can be shared with the family online at www.heritagecremationsociety.com.

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  1. Mike Prokop says:

    Blessings, peace and joy to Wanda. I only knew her because of the work she did as a volunteer patriot at Liberty Camp Geauga the past three years. Despite the tasks, she was a committed volunteer who worked hard to make the summer event become a success. Her spirits were high and she beamed that joy to the children. To her family and friends…God Bless You and your eternal memory of Wanda.

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