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Obituary & Arrangements - James Allen Myers



Mr. James Allen Myers, age 77, of the Flat Creek Community, passed away Saturday, November 14, 2015, at his home after a brief illness.

Funeral services will be 11 AM Saturday, November 21, 2015, at Feldhaus Memorial Chapel. Burial will follow in Rosebank Cemetery.

The family will receive visitors 4-7 PM Friday at the funeral home.

He was born November 23, 1937, in Greer, South Carolina, to the late James Barton Myers and Carrie Burnett Myers. He was a graduate of Woodrow Wilson School of Law and earned an engineering degree from Clemson University. He spent the majority of his life in Atlanta raising his family. He and Debbie moved to Middle Tennessee in 1997, so they could be closer to their true love, the Tennessee Walking Horses. He will be missed.

Preceding him in death was his wife, Debbie Myers, in 2009, a son, James Allen Myers, Jr., and a brother, Jerry Myers.

Survivors include three sons, Dr. Andrew (Blair) Myers, of Jackson, Tennessee, Michael Myers, of Colorado Springs, Colorado, Felippe (Gabriella) Marques, of Miami, Florida; two daughters, Julie Myers, of Solana Beach, California, and Alessandra Astolfa Marques, of Atlanta, GA; nine grandchildren, James Myers, Conrad Myers, Katharine Brown, Tristan Myers, Brendon Myers, Alex carter, Isabel Carter, Diego Marques, and Matteo Marques; a brother, Don (Penny) Myers, of Greer, South Carolina.

Feldhaus Memorial Chapel is assisting the family with the arrangements.

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