Almyra Fercy
Weber-Hill Funeral Home
302 South Lake Avenue
Crandon, WI 54520
Almyra Fercy

Green Bay - Myra (Almyra Tenney) Fercy;

1927 - 2021

Myra Fercy - loving wife, mother, and grandmother; passed into eternal life on May 3, 2021.

Myra was born February 17, 1927 to Jerry and Ella (Harter) Tenney in Antigo WI. Myra grew up North of Antigo, WI; and graduated from Antigo High School. She attended Langlade County Teachers School in Antigo, where she became a school teacher at age 19. She served as a teacher for 1st thru 6th grade at several Northern Wisconsin towns.

Myra met her husband Lloyd (Mickey) Fercy in Newald, WI and they were married on June 12, 1949. Myra contracted tuberculosis in 1951 and spent the next three years at Hickory Grove Sanatorium in De Pere, WI.

Myra was always crocheting doilies or sewing. Among her proudest accomplishments was authoring two books, 'A Lifetime of Memories' and 'Observations and Reflections'; with her son Rich Fercy. They are available on by searching 'Myra Fercy'.

Myra is survived by her brother Jerry Tenney, Clam Lake, WI; son Rich (Patti) Fercy, Appleton, WI; Son-in-law Terry Hunter, Loveland CO. Grandchildren: Emily (Tom) Morris, Grand Island NE; John (Beth) Hunter, Loveland CO; Sarah (Kyle) Urich, Loveland CO; Crystal Fercy, Appleton WI. Great grandchildren Elijah Morris, Anika Morris, Grand Island CO; Liam Hunter, Lillian Urich and Rosalie Urich, Loveland, CO. Many nieces, nephews and friends. Special friends Doris Fleck, Jane Bero, Laura Robinson and Amanda Mostek.

She was preceded in death by her parents, husband Lloyd (Mickey) Fercy; siblings Clara (Tenney) (Doering) Kleinberg, Bill Tenney, Lila (Tenney) Crandall, Winnie (Tenney) Martin, Gertrude (Tenney) (Widder) Spears, June Tenney, Arlene Tenney, Daughter June (Fercy) Hunter. Sister-in-law Hazel Tenney.

The family would like to thank Pastor Marion Boyle-Rohloff and the members of West Side Moravian Church in Green Bay for their friendship. In place of flowers, Myra has asked for donations to be made in her name to the American Lung Society.

We would also like to thank Dar of Unity Hospice and the staff at Anna's House, New Franken, WI for their compassion and extraordinary care.

Visitation will be held on Thursday, May 20 from 11 AM to 2 PM, with the funeral following at 2 PM. Services will be held at West Side Moravian Church, 1707 S Oneida St, Green Bay, WI 54304. The church is 4 blocks North of Lambeau Field on Oneida St.

Burial will be at 11 AM on Friday May 21 at Forest Home Cemetery, 10200 WI-139, Newald, WI 54511.

For the benefit of family and friends across the country, the memorial service will be live-streamed at and will be available for viewing there after the service.

Rest in Peace, Mom. You were always a kind and loving person.

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Published by Green Bay Press-Gazette from May 7 to May 16, 2021.
West Side Moravian Church
1707 S. Oneida Street, Green, Wisconsin 54304
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I will miss you Myra. In the short time we got to know one another, you certainly touched my life with your kind words and wisdom. I enjoyed spending time with you just talking about "life". I admired your strong Christian faith. God has taken you home. May you be at peace.
Molly L
May 27, 2021
Myra and her husband Lloyd came into our lives when we joined the East Green Bay Moravian Church in the early 1990's. We visited in their home many times and enjoyed the stories they had to tell. Our last correspondence with Myra was this past February, and we will miss those typed letters with a little handwriting to end. The words that come to mind in remembering Myra are, gracious, warm, friendly, determined, a faithful Christian and yes an author. Thank you Myra for your friendship. Blessings, Olaf and Rita Andersen
Olaf and Rita Andersen
May 20, 2021
So sorry to hear about your mom. It's been years, but I remember your mom from the "old" neighborhood on Main St. Green Bay. I don't think she ever had a bad day. She was so sweet and kind all the time. Always had a smile to give to everyone.
My parents have since gone, I'm sure they're all up there reminiscing about the good old days. Ernie & Caroline Ashford owed Twirl Sewer Co. now its owned by our niece.
Your mom has lived a long and wonderful life. Just think of all the inventions shes seen her life. Amazing!
You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.
Carole Ashford Dessart
May 13, 2021
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow. I worked at super value 12 years ago and Myra would go there shopping she was a very kind lady
May 11, 2021