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Margaret Ann Myers
10/18/1939 — 06/16/2020
From Pasco, WA | Born in Hattiesburg, MS
Margaret Ann Myers
Margaret Ann Myers, born October 18, 1939, and passed away in Kennewick, WA, on June 16, 2020 with her daughters by her side.
She was born to her parents, James and Francis Copeland in Hattiesburg, MS.
On May 19, 1956 she married Jerry Myers in Biloxi, MS and remained married for 42 years.
Shortly after their marriage Jerry and Margaret relocated to Spokane, WA and then later to Richland, WA to work and raise their children.
After her retirement from Hanford as a security clerk, Margaret enjoyed living in Lincoln City, OR and Hattiesburg, MS for a short period before returning back to Richland. She loved to entertain and help out with her grandchildren, travel to Jackpot, NV to gamble and visit her friends and family in the south. Margaret was a true southern girl and loved Magnolias and southern food.
She is proceeded in death by her parents, her brother James Copeland, husband Jerry Myers, and her two sons James Myers, and Bobby Myers.
She is survived by her children Bill Myers, Karen (Larry) Whitten, Kathy (Doug) Henderson; grandchildren: Kyle (Vanessa) Whitten, Ryan Whitten, Chyanne Escalante, Toni (Skylar) Rea, and Jessica Rodriquez. Along with 7 great grandchildren and another one due in September.
The family would like to thank Margaret’s second family at Grandridge Meadows Adult Family Home, where she has resided since 2012 for their compassion for Margaret and her family.
There will be no services per Margaret’s request.
Einan’s at Sunset, Richland is in charge of arrangements.
So sorry for your loss, Bill.
My condolences at the loss of your mother; Bill, Karen & Kathy. I have fond memories of childhood times together! Your mom’s smile lights up a room. May you be comforted knowing she’s reunited with your dad and two other brothers. Rest in peace Margaret. I believe my mom & dad were delighted to greet her on the other side.
I’ve always admired Margaret and her children. My prayers go out to her family during this time of loss.
My thoughts and prayers to Margaret’s family…So many memories of the fun times we had together.