Harry Lee Myers
He was born in Davidson County on April 22, 1928 to the late William Stimpson Myers and Annie Louise Everhart Myers. He is also pre-deceased by 6 brothers and 5 sisters. Upon graduation from high school, he attended Appalachian State Teachers college and earned a bachelor’s degree in mathematics and physical education. It was there that Harry met the love of his life, Lois Brown Myers. They married in 1952. He leaves a legacy of love and devotion to his wife and family, faith in his Lord, hard work, and enjoying life to its fullest. In his early years he taught math at Glenn High School in Kernersville. He was a homebuilder in Winston-Salem for over 25 years, building houses in Ardmore, Sherwood Forest, and Huntcliff. He was a member of the Lion’s Club and the Winston Salem Home Builders Association. In his retirement years he enjoyed flying his Piper Cub airplane, traveling, gardening and projects at “the farm” in Davie County.
Survivors: his wife Lois; a son, Harry Lee Myers Jr. (Hank) and wife Sharon Richart Myers; a daughter, Anne Myers Wagner and husband Richard F. Wagner Jr.; grandchildren, Nathan Myers and wife Stephanie, Carly Myers Littell and husband Ryan, Paige Myers, Claire Myers, Jesse Watson and wife Elizabeth, and Jenna Watson and fiancé Christian Snider; 6 great-grandchildren, Emma Kate and Henry Watson, Raegan and Grayson Littell, Parker and Camden Myers; and many nieces and nephews.
He was a longtime member of Clemmons United Methodist Church and will be laid to rest in the columbarium. A celebration of his life will be at a later date.
Memorials: Samaritan Ministry Penny Campaign, 414 E. Northwest Blvd. Winston-Salem, 27105; or Trinity Elms Health and Rehab Center (Harper Heights) 7449 Fair Oaks Drive, Clemmons, 27012.