Gilmer-Myers-Obituary

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Gilmer Harold Myers

Winston Salem, North Carolina

Oct 11, 1921 – Mar 2, 2021 (Age 99)

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BORN
October 11, 1921
DIED
March 2, 2021
AGE
99
LOCATION
Winston Salem, North Carolina

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Davidson Funeral Home - Winston Salem Obituary

Gilmer Harold Myers age 99 of Welcome passed away Tuesday March 2, 2021 at Davie Medical Center. A graveside service will be 2:00 pm Friday at First Baptist Church of Welcome Cemetery conducted by Pastor Mark Blair. Burial will follow in the church cemetery. The body will lie in state at Davidson Funeral Home Hickory Tree Chapel on Friday from 11 am until 1 pm. The family request social distancing and wear a mask.


Mr. Myers was born October 11, 1921 in Davidson County to Roy Clifford Myers and Mattie Snyder Myers. He was the oldest member of First Baptist Church of Welcome. He retired from Link Taylor. He honorably served his country in The US Army. His parents, his wife, Mable Lea Hill Myers and brothers, Hoyle and Billy Myers all preceded him in death.


Surviving are his daughters, Cindy Myers Davis (Dean) and Ronda Myers Holder all of Welcome.


Also surviving are his grandson, Jamie Holder and Step Grandson David Davis (Lynda).


Memorials may be made to First Baptist Church of Welcome Building Fund or to The Donors Choice.


 

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Knowing Harold practically my whole life through my good friend Cindy, I can say he was one of a kind and a shining example of his generations goodness. He will be missed by all that had the privilege of knowing him and chatting with him anytime you ran into him at the local establishments. My heartfelt sympathy to all his family.

I have known Mr. Harold since I was a small child. My parents, Richard and Virginia Everhart were friends on his. In these last years, I would love seeing him at McDonalds in Welcome. He always remembered me and my husband. He was a dear, kind person and I always loved running into him.

Rhonda and Cindy, I am so sorry to hear about your dad. He never failed to speak to me if he saw me first at the grocery store or Bojangles or wherever in Welcome we crossed paths. When mama was still living he always asked about her. They were a big part of our “good old days” keeping everyone in my prayers.

Ronda and Family,
I just found out this morning, and I'm so sorry to hear this. Although I never met your Dad, I know how much he was so loved by you, your sister, and everyone. Please know that I'm praying fpr you and your family. I know how you're feeling because my mother-in-law went to be with the Lord a little over a week ago.

Love,
Sharon Lovingood

Rhonda and Cindy we are thinking of you and your families. Your mom and dad were very special to our family. Mom loved teaching Sunday school with your mom and Mrs. Hinkle. They had a lot of fun being together. Much love to all. Robert and Darlene Caudle

So very sorry for your loss of a dear love one. Charlie F and Hazel Hedrick Sides Families of Lexington Welcome NC and SC and Michigan.

Harold was a WW11 Army veteran and a friend that I looked forward to seeing and talking with in and around our Welcome settlement. He always left me feeling better and I will miss him.

Rhonda & Cindy, nothing but sweet memories of both your parents. Prayers for all of you.

Harold was our neighbor all my life and a good one to have. Our deepest sympathy to the family and know you are in our thoughts and prayers. Loving, Karen & Roger