I was saddened to hear that Coach Myers had passed this past Wednesday. He was my teacher my sophomore year in high school at Moore High. I remember how encouraging he was in the classroom and outside the classroom. I was involved in Cross Country and Track at Moore High, and there was one time as the football players were coming out to the field to practice, I was running on the track at the same time. As I passed by, doing whatever workout our team was doing that day, Coach Myers had the football players stop and he pointed to me passing by and said, "Boys, there's a super star right there" Though I didn't know Coach Myers on a personal level, as one of his students he seemed to see the best in others. I'll always be grateful having known Coach Myers.
I have wonderful memories of Scott, his brother Doug, his mother Sandra, and his dad Joe on Mimosa Street in Norman,Ok in the early 1970's. Such fond memories of Scott, Ted and Todd Yates, Chris Varva playing football with their little brothers( Doug & Joe)and my son Al Garnand. I remember Scott loved John Denver and Willie Nelson. I send love and support to his mom and dad--such a blessing to have such a wonderful son. I called my ex--Lynn to make sure this was "our" Scott and he sends his love to each of you too!! He had followed Scott's coaching career from Woodward to Moore. My thoughts and prayers are with you, your neighbor on Mimosa--Jo Garnand
My heart is broken with the passing of Scotty. I was one of his teachers when he was in third grade. He was so adorable and so smart. He dressed up as "the Fonz" for Halloween. His mom was very active with Wilson Elementary PTA and was a great parent to both of her boys. I lost track of him after the third grade until I ran into him at an OU football game when he was still in college. Then later we started communicating via email. I saw him on tv when he was coaching at Moore and was so very proud of the way he conducted himself as a coach and man. I feel blessed in knowing and loving him and his family. I write this with deep sympathy and love to his family and all who loved him.
Jordan will never forget how Coach Myers and his family has touched his life. Our prayers and heart felt sympathy to the family.
These testimonies are radiating examples of Scott's character that he demonstrated his whole life. Scott was a champion, on and off the field. He was a great leader and classmate. The Good Lord has taken his pain away and now we pray dearly for strength for the family.
Shannan (Cowden) Webb, Edmond, OK
Prayers to the family, I had the pleasure of growing up and knowing him and his family. He was a good friend and will be missed. We will see you in heaven!
Lisa and I can only say we are praying and thinking about you and the family; you will always be in our thoughts. To Mr. Scotty Myers: I will miss you more than you could ever realize! Your brother from "Lawton America" will miss you. It was a pleasure to serve with you in the U.S. Army while in Hawaii. I can only say that you are without doubt the "Greatest OKIE" that I have every had the pleasure to be associated with in my life-time. When I think of my beloved Oklahoma Sooners, I think of SCOTTY Myers. I did not know how much I loved Oklahoma and the Sooners until I met Scotty Myers.... I love you brother more than you will ever know, Bobby Thomas
I am saddened to hear about the loss. Scott, was a good man. May God grant you peace in this time. Praying for you.
Coach Myers, coached both of my brothers in one capacity or another during their time at Moore High School. I want to offer my condolences to his family and pray you guys find peace in knowing he is no longer suffering. Praying for you!
The coaching profession lost a wonderful coach and role model and a family lost a wonderful husband, father & son. He will truely be missed by all. My condolensces to the Myer's family.
The man was a true hero. He taught me and so many people so much, more than any amount of wins ever could have! He'll be greatly missed! My thoughts and prayers go out to Ms. Myers, Morgan, Mason & all their family and friends.
So sorry for your loss. Scott was such a nice man & a good coach. I know he made an impact on the kids & parents in Woodward.Your family is in our prayers.
Have known Scott and his family for many years. Worked with Scott at Moore High School. One of the great people to have been touched by. Scott had such passion for young people.
Kenny L. Lamb
Much too soon. Scott was a classmate and a good man, he will be missed by those whose life he touched.
Scott will be missed by many! I am very grateful that I was able to know him as a friend, classmate, and teammate. We were all very proud of him and the man that he had become. There will always be a part of Scott with each and every one of us.
He was a great teacher and man. World wont be the same without him.
Coach Meyers is someone that I am thankful for everyday. It has been a long time since I last saw him but the memories I have of track meets with him I will cherish forever. This man was more than a coach he was everyone's friend. Thank you again for being you coach.
Coach Myers was one of the most professional coaches I have had the opportunity to officiate games for. Prayers go out to his friends and family
Coach Myers was a great man who taught us how to live the right way! May God ease his family's pain! Our profession lost a great COACH today! His influence is beyond measure!
He was the best coach I've ever had. He taught me everything I know about football. He also taught you how to be a better person. I love you coach.
Scott was an inspiration to me. His courage showed me what true strength was. My prayers are with you and the childreun.
Mr. Myers was a great man, someone that people looked up to, an inspiration to many many people. He was a great teacher and coach. You will be missed by all Moore High Alumni like myself. I will be praying for the Myers family for peace and comfort.
Gone way too early! Scott was a great teammate, coach, and friend.
It was an honor and a delight to have worked with you and Scott. I am grateful to have had the opportunity to get to know and appreciate Scott. He was a wonderful role model for all of us.
2 Timothy 4:7 I think this applies to Scott.
Shelly not only was Scott a great coach he was was a great husband and father. My God Bless your family
My deepest sympathy to the family of Coach Scott Myers. I had the pleasure of serving on the OFBCA board with him a few years ago. Coach Myers was a man of great courage and should stand as an example of the strength of human perseverance for all coaches and athletes in Oklahoma. It is tragic that he was taken from us much too soon.
Our profession has lost a great man.
My heart goes out to Scott's family and all of his friends. I am honored to have been able to share his story, and my heart breaks this morning with news of his passing.
My sincerest sympathy to the immedidate and extend famliy. I am sure coach will continue to be an inspiration for years to come. He realized his dreams, now rest in God's arms, he will see you through.