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Moe Myers

January 08, 1954 - March 05, 2021
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Garrett Hurd

Adams Funeral Home

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Posted by:

Garrett Hurd

Adams Funeral Home

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Moe Myers

January 08, 1954 - March 05, 2021

Maurine (Moe) Barbara (Hart) Myers, age 67, died March 5, 2021 at her home in Ozark, MO, surrounded by her family.  She was born January 8, 1954, in Ottumwa, IA, to Max E. and Mildred B. (Schwartz) Hart.

Moe was united in marriage to Hugh T. Myers Jr on April 17, 1988.  They had one son Jarrod and Kimberly Myers and two granddaughters, Mallory and Ella Myers of Nixa, MO., and several cousins and friends.  She was proceeded in death by her parents.

Moe graduated from Northeast Missouri State University and worked for the University as the Head, Bibliographic control, and received her Masters’ Degree from the University of Iowa.  Moe was an active member of her community and after her retirement from the Johnston Public Library in Johnston, IA she served as the Treasurer for the Christian County Library Friends of the Library, and on the Board of Directors for the Christian County Library.  Moe enjoyed her retirement by quilting and tending to her flower garden.  

The family requests memorial contribution be made to Aldersgate United Methodist Church or the Christian County Friends of the Library.

A memorial service will be 11:00 AM Thursday, March 11, in Adams Funeral Home, Ozark, with Pastor Dennis Miller officiating.  Visitation will be from 10 AM until service time on Thursday.  Burial will be in Abel Cemetery, Hedrick, IA.

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Joyce Horn I have never not known this beautiful soul... we grew up together, we played kitchen, we watched westerns, drank Pepsi and ate popcorn on Saturday nights, curled our hair; we laughed, we share food and fellowship at countless gatherings.... we traveled many states together on several vacations....our families were intertwined as one big family.... Maurine and Hugh became one and while circumstances changed due to moves, we always knew the other was there. Through love and friendship we have shared laughter and tears... I will always treasure the memories and hold our most recent conversations close to my heart. Until we meet again.... may the flowers bloom in heaven and the quilts keep you warm. Blessings, Joyce
over 1 year ago

Terry Schwartz Such a special woman who has impacted so many people. Wished I could have spent more time with you all through the years. Thank you Hugh for being such a loving husband. Will look forward to seeing her on the other side. Love, Terry and Kathy Schwartz
over 1 year ago

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