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Rodney Myers

Rodney Myers

March 18, 2020
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Rodney Wayne Myers
Nov. 21, 1944~ March 18, 2020

Rodney Wayne Myers, 75, of Greeley passed away Wednesday March 18, 2020, at Northern Colorado Medical Center due to complications of the COVID-19 virus.

Rodney was born Nov. 21,1944, to Floyd and Olive Myers. He was raised in Fleming, Colo. and graduated in 1963. After graduation he went into the United States Army.

Later he married Barbara (Genessy) Myers.

Rodney was employed by Monfort, JBS, Greeley Tribune and McDonalds. He enjoyed to work and was still actively working at the time of his death.

He loved his family, friends, the Broncos, church, pastors and God. Rodney had a big heart and a contagious smile. He knew no stranger.

Rodney is survived by children, Cristi Myers (Michelle), Ricky Myers, Gina Smith (Bill), Lori Scheffler, Lori Hernandez and Mark Cecil (Debbie); grandchildren, Jeremy Myers (Sami) Taz Trujillo, Renee Henderson (Brian), Raquel Tovar (Brett), Andrew Hartwell and Samantha Johnson; great-grandchildren, Dimitri, Feliciti, Janessa, Layla, Riley, Tayvian, Loki, Mazikeen, Wyatt, Daniel; two brothers, Richard Myers (Saundra) of Texas and Robert Myers of Sterling; and his favorite companion cat, “Spooky”

Rodney is preceded in death by both of his parents; wife, Barbara Myers; and brother, Russell Myers.

Due to the escalating situation of the Covid-19 pandemic, Rodney’s service will be held at a later date.
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Marvin Davis

Posted at 01:43pm
It's with sad news we heard of Rodney death. It came as a shock to me because I had seen and spoke with him as he was picking up supplies at McDonalds for another store. At that time he looked really healthy this was about two weeks before his death.
So sorry for the family I had worked with Rodney at the lamb plant until I retired. He was always willing to help out and always had a smile on his face. I as well as you will miss him. Marvin Davis

Julie Meyer

Posted at 02:28pm
To Rodney's family,
I am so sorry for your loss, I am sending my prays during this difficult time. I can remember Rodney many years ago when I would hang out with Lori. He was always very nice to me.

Ed Chilcott

Posted at 10:22pm
Our prayers go out to Rodney's family and friends. Rod was a good friend I loved serving at church with him, being in men's group together, or just hanging out and talking. I really miss Rodney but I know we will meet again.

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