Jerry Myers Obituary,  Death – Jerry C. Myers, who had reached the age of 70 when he passed away on November 13, 2022 in Rollingfork, Mississippi, was surrounded by members of his family when he took his last breath. Betty Ann (Davis) Myers, who was married to Sidney Curtis Myers, gave birth to him. His father was named Sidney Curtis Myers. He has previous experience working for the United States Army. He was driven by an intense love for his country. He felt a profound love and devotion not only for God but also for his family. His line of work was welding. He possessed a personality that was untamed and unrestrained. He had a passion for fishing and travelling on exciting journeys. His interests included the history of Mississippi as well as the river that bears the state’s name.

Before he did, both of his parents and his sister, Kay Lajuan Deere, had already crossed over to the other side. After his passing, he will be missed by many people, including his sisters, MJ Myers of Vicksburg and Ms. Priscilla Delgado (JJ Delgado) of Wharton, Texas. Texan Vickie Myers, who was born and raised in Cypress, Tammy Myers, who was born and raised in Vicksburg, and Ms. Robin Marsh, also known as Tommy Marsh, who was born and raised in Bastrop, Louisiana. In contrast, his son Sidney and his wife Wendy make their home in San Marco, Texas. His daughter Michelle Myers Peterson and his two grandchildren all call Sierra Blanca, Texas, their home.

The Fisher-Riles Funeral Home can be found at 5000 Indiana Avenue, and the public is invited to pay their respects there on Tuesday, November 15, from 5 to 7 o’clock in the evening. A memorial service will be held on the gravesite of the deceased on Wednesday, November 16, at 11 AM, at the Bethany Primitive Church Cemetery (Shiloh) in Yazoo County.
It has been requested that Tommy Marsh, James Brown, Raymond Smart, and Shannon Davis carry the casket during the funeral service.