Lisa A. Myers

York, Pennsylvania

1962 - 2021 (Age 58)


York, Pennsylvania


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Lisa A. Myers York - Lisa A. (Eisenhart) Myers, passed away Friday, February 12, 2021 at her residence. She was the wife of Daniel E. Myers, Sr., with whom she celebrated their 31st wedding anniversary in October. Mrs. Myers was born in Macon, Georgia, April 4, 1962, daughter of the late Donald...

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I am so sorry to hear today at Dr.Bury’s office of Lisa’s passing my heartaches for her husband, son and family. She was such a sweet lady you walked and and she wound know you right away. She loved her family and her son she would talk so highly of. She was a sweet person I will miss seeing her there and taking to her. She always had time to talk to you no matter how busy she was. Will miss you sweet lady!!

I was sad to of Lisa's passing. I have been a patient of Dr. Bury for years. She was always so helpful and always greeted you with a smile. My sympathy to her co-workers, friends and family. May you find comfort in knowing she is at peace. Hugs

Lisa was more than my big sister....she was my friend and so much more. She tried to step up when our mom passed and she was no more than 13 or so. She was always there for me. No matter what it was she always did what she could to help. So much I could say so many stories of growing up I could share. I love you Lisa.

Aunt Lisa,
I never thought there would be a day where I would have to say “goodbye”. Growing up my favorite place to go was always Uncle Dan and Aunt Lisa’s house. It turned into David’s favorite place to go to as well. Thank you for everything. Always being that aunt to turn to, being that person to lean on, the shoulder to cry on, and most important the aunt we always needed. You’re going to be missed so much by so many. While you watch over us all and keep your arms wrapped around...

Dan and Danny,
You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Our deepest condolences ~

Words can not express the loss of a Special loved one. Lisa was such a sweet hearted wife, mother, & best friend to me since our teenage years. She also put others first before herself. We spent many dinners (which would last for hours) together , sharing our family stories that made us laugh or cry. She was so proud of her son Danny Jr. & loving husband Dan. My heart is heavy with sadness but memories will bring joy. Love & prayers to the family

Lisa was a huge part of the Belmont Dental family. She was so caring, kind, and sweet. I remember lengthy conversations with her about her son and her family. She was always upbeat and accommodating with whatever my family’s dental needs were. I think of her as a friend that I made over the years. My heart just aches for her family and friends with this shockingly sad, sad news. I am sincerely sorry for your loss.

I will always remember Lisa as a sweet and caring person who I was lucky enough to know for a short while. She seemed to be the glue that held a lot of things together and I know her family misses her dearly. My heart is with you all at this difficult time.