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Lynn Myers

Marsha "Lynn" Myers

ASHEBORO — Lynn Myers was born on June 29, 1953, and went home to be with our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, on Oct. 8, 2023. 


Lynn was born to Donnie Yates and Ann Freeman Yates, both deceased. 


She is survived by her husband, Joe Myers, for more than 33 loving years; 3 daughters, Jamie Bray (Shane) of Siler City, Cathy Jo Myers Hall (Donnie) of Smithfield, and Robin Myers of Bear Creek; sons, Jeremy Harrell (Tracy) of Franklinville, and Larry Joe Myers of Bear Creek; sister, Denise Yates Estes of Succasunna, NJ; brother, Donald Allen Yates, Jr. (Evelyn) of Randleman; grandchildren, Summer Ledbetter (Dominick) of Greensboro, Sara Jo Burke, Joshua Burke and Emma Lee of Siler City, Michael Stenger of South Carolina, Karson and Maggie Harrell of Franklinville, Hannah Simon of Bear Creek, Gabriel Myers of Dunn, and Micheal Lowe; great-grandchildren, Matthew Ledbetter, Paige Ledbetter, Willow Ledbetter, James Ledbetter of Greensboro, Logan Burke and Bella Rose Lee of Siler City, Sophia and M.J. Simon of Bear Creek, two more great grandchildren are on the way; nieces Leslie Cordle of White Oak, Amanda Scrivani, Rachel Rickershauser and Stephanie Estes of New Jersey; and several cousins, great nieces, great nephews, and great-great nieces and grea-great nephews. 

Lynn loved her Balfour Baptist Church, and really loved the caring people. Lynn gave a lot of her life to help others, as a CNA2 in nursing homes, Chatham and Randolph Hospitals, an I.S.S. Teacher at Bonlee Elementary School, and as a substitute teacher for Randolph County Schools. It was at SWRMS she was named “Purple Lady.”


She loved her family and will be missed by each of them, until we meet again.


Thank you all for prayers & support. Thank you to Doctor Shevlin, nurses, aides and social workers of Hospice of Randolph, and to our church family. Pastor Mark Wilburn will officiate the service.

A Celebration of Life will be held at Balfour Baptist Church, 1642 North Fayetteville Street in Asheboro, on Sunday, Oct. 15, with visitation at 1:30 p.m. and the service at 2 p.m. 

Please, in lieu of flowers, you can make a donation to:

— Hospice of Randolph, 416 Vision Dr., Asheboro, 27203.

— and/or Balfour Baptist Church, 1642 N. Fayetteville St., Asheboro, 27203.