Anthony E. Myers
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Anthony E. Myers  
Anthony E. Myers, 71, passed away on Thursday, December 31, 2015. Anthony "Tony" leaves behind his beloved wife of 46 years, Karen Myers; as well as their adored children, Lisa Gall (Carl), Karin Brendsel (Kory), Kyle Myers (Jennifer) and Jason Myers (Litsa). He also leaves behind his cherished grandchildren, India, Madison, Jack, Noah, Ally, Tanner, Kolton, and Knox as well as his sister Lynn Smith (Ralph) and his brother Kyle Myers. Tony proudly served his country in the United States Army, retiring as a Lieutenant Colonel after 21 years. Afterwards, he had a distinguished 20 year career in the Intelligence Community. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations are made in Tony''s name to the Wounded Warrior Project ( or St. Jude Children''s Research Hospital ( A committal service will be held on Friday, January 8, 2016 at 12 p.m. at Quantico National Cemetery, 18424 Joplin Road, Triangle, Virginia 22172.

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Published in The Washington Post on Jan. 6, 2016.
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October 7, 2016
I miss you, Dad. I miss your strength and your wisdom, your passion and your generosity; but most of all, I miss your laugh, Dad...your uproarious laughter that filled rooms and echoed throughout, that contagious laughter that stopped the clock and altered everything it reached. It dwells inside me and never ceases to make me smile.
Lisa Gall
January 8, 2016
May God's blessings, grace and strength be upon each of Tony's family. May you have the fondest of memories of him forever in your hearts and minds in the days and years ahead. The Orban Family...John and Jane, Sons John, Matthew and Kurt
John and Jane Orban
January 6, 2016
Tony was truly a "Regular by God". He served with dignity and honor. He will be missed.
Mike Buckley
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