Funeral services for Lovie Lee Tabor Myers of Bernice, Louisiana formally of Luling, Louisiana were held on Saturday July, 27, 2013 at 3 p.m. in the afternoon at First Baptist Church in Bernice, Louisiana. Officiating was her pastor Reverend Charles Malone. Piano instrumentals were provided by Pat Evans, Church pianist.
Pallbearers were John Wortham, Glenn Wayne Hutto, Paul Hutto, David Gaar, Kurt Wier and Robert Harkins.
Music selections were Celebrate Me Home and I will Find You Again by The Perry’s.
Lovie Myers was 95 years old and was born January 14, 1918 at her parents home in the Shiloh Community near Bernice, Louisiana. She passed into eternity on Thursday morning July 25, 2013 at Union General Hospital in Farmerville, Louisiana following a brave battle to recover from traumatic head injury caused from a fall.
Left to cherish her memory are her children Laurie and Henry Johnson and Perry and Linda Myers; grandchildren, Donovan Bailey and Katie Rallinson, Candice Myers and Josh Minyard, Jamie Myers and Zach Sheehan and Jessie and Eric McLelland; and great grand-daughter Harlee McLelland. Many Nieces, Nephews, other friends will also miss her.
Lovie Myers was predeceased by her grand- daughter, Debora Bailey and her husband George Marion Myers.
Lovie worked as a beautician, secretary and stay at home mom during her lifetime and also did anything else that George could plan for them to do in life!
Lovie saw life evolve from no electricity, no telephones, no TV, horse and buggy travel and dirt roads across the United States of America; to microwave ovens, cell phones, social media, internet and flat screen TV’s, travel into outer space and on the moon and airplanes and cruise ships for public vacations, super highways called interstate highways and cars with GPS. Wow! What a Life! Lovie’s biggest accomplishments in life were having a successful family life, helping others whenever she could and living her life every minute for Jesus and the Kingdom of God!
Lovie worked her whole life to get where she is today! In Heaven with her husband, parents and siblings, grandchildren and other family and friends but most of all to be able to experience Heaven and all its splendor with Jesus!
Thank you to all who knew and loved Lovie and who prayed for her, supported her in so many ways, cared for her or crossed her life’s path. May God richly bless you for the kindness you extended to Lovie as she traveled her long complex journey here on Earth.