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Mary Louise Myers


Mary Myers passed away holding the hand of her husband, and surrounded by family on February 14, 2020 at the age of 61.

Mary is survived by her husband of forty years (in April); Gregory Myers Sr.; her only son; Gregory Myers Jr. (Brandi); her grandchildren(her pride and joy): Natalie, Zoe, and Benjamin; her brothers: David Wilson (Donna), Frank Slusser (Vickie); and half sisters Delores Galaspy and Diane Ramsey; and many brother and sister in- laws, nieces, nephews, great nieces, great nephews, cousins, extended family, and friends for which she loved dearly.

She was preceded in death by her mother and her father; Francis Leroy Wilson and Rovene Slusser Wilson; and her grandparents.

Mary was born to Francis and Rovene Wilson on December 2, 1958 in the Carlisle hospital in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. Mary worked at the Carlisle Hospital as well as Belvadere Medical Center, and Carlisle Imaging. Mary spent the last twenty years helping Greg Sr. manage his businesses. Greg and Mary loved to travel together. Mary’s travels included Iceland (for missions work with her son), Myrtle Beach, Hawaii, the Caribbean Islands, as well as countless cruises. As Mary’s life’s accomplishments are listed here, Mary’s greatest asset was her heart. She loved her husband Greg Sr. and cared for him with every ounce of her being. They are avid  Philadelphia Eagles fans,  and attended many of their games together. Greg and Mary enjoyed eating out, and often one would find Greg talking on the phone in the car patiently, while Mary strolled the isles of a store, and more often then not, came out with nothing. Mary just enjoyed life and the experience of caring for, and being with her husband Greg.  They were married April 28, in 1980 and on January 14, 1981 she graduated into motherhood. Mary gave birth to Greg Jr. and he is surly her pride and joy. Greg Jr. joined the legacy of ministers, along side his grandfather and became a preacher holding some of the highest ranks in various worldwide denominations. Mary seldom missed a sermon that her son preached, and was his biggest fan. There is nothing she would not do for her family. She protected her family. Mary loved her pets, Isaac and Lincoln. She treated them like kids. Mary became complete when she became a grandmother. When Natalie, Zoe, and Benjamin came in to her world, the sparkle in her eyes got a little bit brighter. She loved her grandchildren with all that was within her. Above all else she loved her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. She was strong in her faith until her passing day, and now she is enjoying her eternal reward.

Mary will be deeply missed by all who knew her. She is special and she is loved. Mary’s memorial service will be held on Sunday, February 23, 2020 at 1:00pm at North West Tampa Church of God, 5131 Gunn Highway, Tampa, Florida 33624, officiated by Bishop Ernest Roberts and other Clergy.

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  • Greg Myers Sr says:

    Mary and I was married for 40 years. The best 40 years of my life. She gave me a son, Greg JR. She was a great wife, great mom and great grand parent and above all she was a great Christian lady. I miss you so much Mary. I love you. Thank you Lord for my 40 years with my wife Mary. We had a great family

    Her husband

    Greg SR

  • Greg Myers JR says:

    Mom I love you so much. You were the best mom any one could ask for. I thank you for all you done for me. I can’t think of one bad memory with you mom. Every the tough moments only lead to better moments. I will miss you and spend the rest of my life honoring you in ministry. Thank you for taking care of dad and I. Now we will take care of each other. I love you mom. Enjoy your reward, I’ll see you on the other side.

    Love,

    Greggie

  • Brandi Myers (daughter-in-love) says:

    Mary loved me and my children like we were her own. She wanted to eat somewhere because we wanted to eat somewhere. Often then not, she would call me and ask me to go to lunch, and I would ask her where she would want to go. She would say “you pick Brandi.” All the while, she knew I would pick somewhere crazy for us to try new things, and she loved trying new things with me. We would often split them and then get a safe option, just in case. 99.99% of the time, we loved everything we ate, and then we would go shopping. I remember when we were shopping for our Florida homes, we went and looked at the same lamps six times before we finally went back and got them. That was Mary, she cared more that others had, then before the wants of herself. This was especially true for the kids. She started saving for Christmas in June, and she would buy her grand babies anything they wanted. Nothing would be too much for her. I would try to shush them, and she would say, “they’re grandma’s babies, they can have anything they want.” Then she’d laugh. Or I would say something ridiculous, and I can hear her now, “oh Brandi” she would say. The greatest gift she gave me was her son. She made and raised (her and Greg) the most god loving and wonderful example of a a father that even in the middle of his own grief, took a moment to pastor his children, and explain that everything was going to be ok. That grandma was healed, a more perfect way of being healed. Mary should be proud of all she has done. I love her dearly and she means this world to me. There’s a hole in my heart, and in the heart of our family where Mary belongs. Sing a little louder for me. Watch over our babies, and give guidance from afar. You are truly loved and certainly never forgotten, one of my best friends, I love you.

  • Patty Klinger says:

    Mary was truly my best friend, week ends were for us, we laughed , cried prayed together. I will never forget you.
    Love you always

  • Connie says:

    My sympathy to all of you during this time. Mary was a lovely, faithful woman of God who leaves a beautiful legacy through her family. Take comfort in God’s promises of everlasting life to those who follow in faith. God is with you!

  • Matt Menhart says:

    Mary,
    You were a true woman of God! You spent so many times praying for your husband and for your son, Greg’s ministry! You always had beautiful smile on your face and always welcomed everyone with open arms! You will be greatly Missed and my prayers shall remain with your family during this hard time!

    Love always,
    Matt Menhart

    “You guide me with your counsel, leading me to a glorious destiny. Whom have I in heaven but you? I desire you more than anything on earth. My health may fail, and my spirit may grow weak, but God remains the strength of my heart; he is mine forever.”
    ‭‭Psalms‬ ‭73:24-26

  • Pat says:

    Mary was always special, she had such a quiet spirit. She was in my prayers, I was sure God was going to heal her here, but he had a different plan, just as he did for my husband. We don’t always know what is best, but HE does. All I can recommend is that you treasure every memory, and hold them close to your heart. Her spirit will always carry on in you. Your going to go through many emotions in the upcoming months/year, but strive on, you will see her again someday, let that encourage you as you grieve.

  • Gwen Edwards says:

    Mary:
    I was shocked when I read about your passing. I didn’t get to know you well, but you touched my life the little that I did. You always greeted me every Sunday at Destiny and would ask me how I was doing. I remember one Sunday, I was having a rough day, when you greeted me that Sunday, you said I need to tell you that everything is going to be ok. Wow that touched my heart. Then we became Facebook friends. My love to your dear family that you left behind. I pray your husband, son, daughter-in-law and those dear grandchildren will be overcome with peace and comfort. What a legacy you left behind.

  • Donna Wilson’ says:

    Many memories have raced through my mind since Valentines Day. The memories of vacations to the beach shopping for sunglasses and someone getting sick in a pool. Niagara Falls and a toothache and keys left in the door all night at a hotel. Trying to find the car in a massive parking lot. You were one of my best friends as well as sisters-in-law for years. You loved with a big heart. You have attained your wings fly high with the rest of the angels. I will miss you 50 years was not enough time.

  • Rob & Linda Glee says:

    We will miss you ,we will always remember your joy and generosity.
    You and Greg always made people feel welcome and were such giving couple . You two were always together and treated each other the way we all should treat each other. We will never forget you.

  • Bobbi Lowery says:

    Mary was an amazing person. I liked her the first time I met her. Then I quickly came to love her and Greg Sr. With Mary I felt as if I had a partner in “grandmothering” our grand kids. I had someone to talk to, Grandma to Bobbob between the two of us we would figure it out. It was great to finally have someone to talk to about our kids that was as invested like I am. Fact was she love her husband, she loved her only child, her son Greg Jr, also she loved my daughter and our three grands. She was amazing! I will miss her so much. I promise you Mary that these children never forget you or how much you loved them. Your memory will be kept alive in all our hearts. You gave so much of your sect all the time. I know you have completed your race. You faith is totally perfected. You are totally healed. I will forevermore miss you. To Greg Sr, Greg Jr, Brandi, Natalie, Zoe, Ben, Patti, and Scott, I send my deepest condolences. Also to all of the rest of the family cousins, brothers, sisters-in-law, my prayers are with you also. God Bless and help us all.

  • Camisha says:

    I will always remember talking to Mary and her eyes widening like she was always really paying attention to what you were saying! ❤ I’m so glad I got to worship beside her one last time while I visting PA a couple years ago! 🙌 It was such a blessing to be able to come and be with her. Her passing on Valentine’s day was exemplary of God’s ultimate love. 1 Cor 13 And now faith, hope, love abides; but the greatest of these is love! 💞 No more pain. Enjoy that beautiful side of glory in His presence, sweet Mary!😘

  • Michelle Cotton says:

    My favorite memories of my Aunt Mary are from church. Most of the time I was seated one or two pews in front of her and Uncle Greg. While she had a quiet demeanor, she never hesitated to raise her voice for the Lord or her family. I was blessed in my younger years to witness her being a witness for the Lord. And I will never forget that.
    Aunt Mary, you will live on in our spirits until we meet again!
    Love you always and forever!

  • Elaine Wilder, RN says:

    My sincere condolences to the Myers family. I prayed for Mary’s recovery every day she was hospitalized, and did my best to care for her many times as her nurse. The love and devotion I witnessed from her husband and son were unmatched. I am so very sorry for your loss. Peace & Prayers, Elaine

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