Frank-Myers-Obituary

Frank Myers

Athens, Ohio

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ATHENS - Frank W. Myers, D.O., 85, died Nov. 19, 2018, surrounded by family. The cause of death was COPD. Frank was a true leader in Osteopathic Family Medicine, helping to establish the first osteopathic family residency in the country in 1973 at the Nordonia Hills Clinic in northeast Ohio. That...

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Dr. Myers interviewed me in Cutler hall when OUCOM was still a dream. I always felt he was concerned for the well being of the students in those early years. David A Jump DO OUHCOM '81

Frank hired me to the College of Osteopathic Medicine in 1979 and I enjoyed many years interacting with him as a faculty member, a patient and as a friend. A very competent administrator who saw the big picture. We shared a lot of stories from our growing up on the great plains of South Dakota and Nebraska.

Dear Lorraine. I am so sorry for your loss. Frank and you were always so welcoming to all faculty, and Tom and I always enjoyed your friendship! May Frank rest in the Lord's Peace. Prayers for you and your family.

Hallie and family, I am so sorry for your loss. The world has been forever changed because he was here.

Dear Lorraine and family,
My sincere sympathy is extended to each of you. May your many fond memories bring comfort during some difficult days ahead. Frank will be remembered for his long list of professional accomplishments as well as his kind, quiet and gentle ways. God's blessings on his family.
Jean Witkowski

My most sincere and heartfelt sympathies to Frank's family, colleagues, and close friends. I have some very fond memories of Frank of interesting and informative conversations with him. His blessings will live on.

Sending condolences to the Myers' family...

Sincerely,

Dr. Frank is loved, remembered, and deeply valued as a good and decent man with a fierce intellect, wonderful sense of humor, the voice of calm and reason, a kind and generous spirit, and a loyal and loving friend. We are better for your presence in our lives! Much love, now and always, Jessie and Rob

Dr. Myers was a good, kind, and gentile man.
I worked with him for many years at OU-COM.