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In Loving Memory

Myers, David A.

April 24, 1953 - February 20, 2024

Myers, David A.  passed away on February 20, 2024.

Beloved husband of Deborah Myers (nee Lottes) for 48 years; loving father of Alicia Bruder and Christopher (Kali) Myers; cherished grandfather of Dean, Carson, Kalista, Keegan and Emma; dear brother-in-law of Kathy (Tim) Pavletich, Charlotte (Mike) Dueker, Linda (Rick) Farrell, Stephen Lottes, Cindy (Jim) Stevens, Gayla (Randy) Gildehaus, Karen (Matthew) Maschek, Terry (Bob) Thompson, Christine (Bill) Guignard and the late William Lottes; dear cousin of Robert (Pam) Wenger and Carolyn (Ed) Gonzalez; our uncle, cousin and friend.

Services: Memorial visitation at Kutis South County Chapel, 5255 Lemay Ferry Road, on Saturday, March 2, from 12:00 to 3:00 pm. Memorials to Side by Side of Laurel or American Heart Association, appreciated.


12 thoughts on “Myers, David A.”

  1. Dearest Myers Family,
    Words cannot express the loss you are experiencing right now. David was a very special person, not only to your family but to all who knew him. Please accept our heartfelt sympathy at his passing and know that God will take care of your family in his absence. God bless you all. May the peace of our Lord be with you always.

  2. I will miss his beautiful smile and his corny jokes. He was always a good listener, great adviser and just a caring, kind hearted person. Love you and will miss you dearly, your sister-n-law

  3. Dave was a great man and substitute teacher at Mehlville High School! The Kids loved him and he was always such a kind man! Your family is in my prayers!

  4. What a really genuinely nice guy. When he would sub at OHS, he’d always come looking for me and we’d laugh about the kids. He, his lovable smile, and warm heart will be truly missed. Prayers for his entire family…!!

  5. Dear Myers family,
    As a longtime-educator in the Mehlville School District, I have had so many opportunities to work with him, or to have him in my classroom. Mr. Myers was a trusted adult in our building and across the district. He was a person a teacher knew they could count on because when he subbed, students would be safe, they would learn, and they would enjoy their time with him.

    With the kindest regards,
    Dr. Christy Mathews

  6. I worked with Dave at UPS in Corporate IE when he and Joe H were on assignment around 2007 – 2008. We had numerous conversations over coffee. I enjoyed them talking about visiting the Presidential libraries and many other topics. Dave was a man of the highest integrity, a joy to be around and was a great partner at UPS! He made an impact on those around him and will be missed. I offer my deepest condolences to his wife and family on their loss.

  7. Loved the conversations about china and ups corporate. One of the smartest partners I knew. Your home was always open for a visit when working late in south county. RIP.

  8. Where did the time go old friend? As kids we somehow talked the parents into letting us go see a scary double movie at the long gone Gravois theater circa 1963. I believe it was The Haunting, new in 63, and the older, The House on Haunted Hill. Don’t recall if parents drove us or we walked the couple of blocks from our homes on California St. Crazy, random memories from being friends and neighbors as kids.

  9. Dave always brought joy to whomever he contacted at MHS. Especially the science department, I think we secretly adopted him. He was a kind, intelligent and extremely charismatic person. I am so happy that I had the chance to know him. Prayers for the family.


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