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Fred Myers Obituary, Death

Fred Myers, 82, passed this earthly life on Tuesday, January 25, 2022.
Visitation will be 6:00-7:00 pm Friday, January 28, 2022 at Englunds. Graveside Services will be 11:00 am Saturday, January 29, 2022 at Resthaven Cemetery in Southland. Arrangements are by Englunds Funeral Service of Slaton.
Fred was born in Stamford, Texas on July 30, 1939 to Jack and Lucille Myers. He grew up in the Southland and Post area, graduating from Southland High School and Sul Ross State University.

Fred met Anita Stephenson at Sul Ross and they married in August of 1959. They were married for 56 years before her passing in 2015. He then met Judy Sumners and they married in June 2017. They were married until her passing in January of 2021. He recently moved to Robert Lee to be near his son, Stephen and daughter in law, Sterling.

Fred was very active in his communities with livestock shows, rodeos and civic clubs. He served in the banking industry for 42 years beginning in Post. He then worked in Lamesa, Slaton and returned to Post.
Growing up on the family ranch, Fred acquired a passion for livestock and horses. He was a good judge of horses and had many great ones come through his pens. Fred roped in many ropings, but his passion was for the Senior Steer Roping Association where he was a member and past president. One of his greatest joys was when he and Stephen were able to rope in the Seniors together.

Above all, Fred was a Christian and loved the Lord and his family.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Jack and Lucille Myers; Anita Myers; Judy Sumners Myers; his sister, Kelly Jo Myers; and his brother, Ned Myers.
Fred is survived by his son, Stephen and his wife, Sterling of Robert Lee; his sister-in-law, Peggy Myers; his nephews, John Beatty and his wife, Penny and David Beatty and his wife, Tara; his nieces, Debbie Thurman and Nedra Sheeley; several great-nephews and nieces; and many, many friends.

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