Susan Pryor Myers

Fort Walton Beach, Florida

Jul 15, 1944 – Mar 25, 2019 (Age 74)


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Susan Pryor Sloat Myers of Fort Walton Beach, FL, was born on July 15, 1944 and passed away March 25, 2019 quietly at home surrounded by her loved ones. She is predeceased by her loving husband of 29 years, Dr. M. Scott Myers; her parents, Diana "Billie" Pryor Sloat and John Gregory Sloat; her...

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Susan was an incredibly intelligent, nice, beautiful, talented and giving woman. What a loss. Prayers to her family, some of whom were founders of Ft Walton Beach and left a large footprint. I will really miss her. I thought I knew her well but was unaware of her many contributions that she never said a word about. will be missed.

Rob Brooks, I remember her. She was so beautiful. She was a few years older so we did not go to school with each other. I am sure mother knew her. I remember Francis Pryor very well. The day the new bridge was uncovered everyone was there as John W. Brooks III uncovered the plaque of honor. I am the sister of John and Joe Brooks and daughter of our mother Lattie Mae (Kennedy) McCart, Brooks, Street. I am so sorry for your lose and my prayers are with you all.. Love , Aunt Tula Tisa

Susan was such a sweet-natured lady. She was always soft spoken and kind. Please accept our deepest condolences to all who knew her. We will miss her and think of her fondly,
Dr Stone and Staff

Mydeepest condolences to the family and friends of Susan. When someone you love becomes a memory, the memory becomes a treasure when it fills your heart with love and brings you joy. May you find comfort in Jesus. Promise of the hope of everlasting life on earth at John 6:40.

Susan was a beautiful soul and dynamic woman whose contributions to her family and communities will never be forgotten. We are so proud of the fascinating life she led and her valiant courage in the face of daunting health challenges. What a wonderful role model she has been! Fair thee well, dearest Susan!

So long Susan, May the fair winds blow and peace surround you allways.
love from all the Texes Sloats