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Tom Lee Myers
  • Passed away on September 26, 2019

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Obituary

On Thursday, September 26th, 2019, Tommie Lee Myers, loving father of 2 children, passed away at the age of 72.

Tom was born on November 1st, 1946.  He was a graduate of Miami University and spent most of his professional years as a teacher and guidance counselor at Northmont City Schools in Clayton, Ohio.  He raised two sons, Chad and Casey.

Tom had a passion for athletics, both as a player and a coach.  He touched countless lives coaching children of all ages in numerous sports.  Upon retirement, he relocated to The Villages, Florida and immediately picked up any ball, bat, racquet or club he could get his hands on.  He finished his various playing  careers with exactly 1,700 softball hits, a perfect 300 bowling game,  and 4 holes-in-one over  17 years of playing in The Villages.  He was known for his kind spirit and willingness to help any friend.

Tom was preceded in death by his father Joseph.  He is survived by his mother Virginia, his children Chad (Katie) and Casey (Ariana), his brother Jim and his sister Bonnie, his five grandchildren William, Charles, Harper, Benjamin and Maximus, several nieces and nephews, and his girlfriend Jan.

A Celebration of Life will be held at The Savannah Center on N Buena Vista Blvd on Friday, October 4th from 1-4 pm in the Atlanta and Charleston rooms.  In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to The American Cancer Society at cancer.org.

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  1. 09 Oct 2019
    Roxie & Dennis Popper says:
    We were sorry to hear of Tom's passing and extend our deepest sympathy to you and your families. You will miss him dearly, but you can find peace in the fact that his suffering is over. We hope time will ease your sorrow and you will cherish the wonderful childhood memories you have of your father. Tom was a wonderful, kind, considerate man and a wonderful boss for eighteen years. May God bless you and keep you in His loving arms.

  2. 06 Oct 2019
    Sue Kelley says:
    Tom was a beloved member and special friend to the Pimlico Pickleball community. I have many special memories of playing with and against him over many years. We will miss him greatly but keep him in our hearts with fond thoughts.

  3. 03 Oct 2019
    Debi Henderson says:
    Tom played golf with our Saturday night golf group for many many years. He made the best cobbler that we always requested. I will forever miss him and his smile and gentleman manners. Our Monday night golf group will never be the same. RIP Tommy. My condolences to all his family.

  4. 03 Oct 2019
    Peter Andres says:
    I will miss Tom. We were first teammates in 2014 and again during his last season as a player when he had his 1700th hit. Tom was a genuinely nice guy and I am glad to have called him my friend.

  5. 02 Oct 2019
    Carolee and John Owen says:
    I am truly saddened by Tom's passing. As a resident of Chadwick Villas, I am ashamed to say I remember meeting Tom only twice at a neighborhood event, but I know of him through his friends here in Chadwick. What I remember about Tom was his good-natured smile with a bit of sparkle in his eye, even though he must have been going through considerable health issues at the time. He was well-liked in this neighborhood and his memory will remain with us for a long time.
    God Bless Tom's family.