Wake H. Myers
March 13, 1936 - December 13, 2020
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Wake Haldigo Myers, Jr., 84, of Greenville, South Carolina, died on December 13, 2020. Wake was a devoted and loving husband of 63 years, father, grandfather and friend. Wake was born on March 13, 1936 in Morganton, North Carolina to Mary Louise Bender and Wake Haldigo Myers, Sr. The Myers family moved to Greenville, South…

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Marty Andress left a message on December 22, 2020:
Mary Jane and Susan,  We will miss Wake terribly but his legend will live in our hearts forever.  He was one of our favorite grandfathers.  He took Leah, Caroline and Weston fishing once, only to circle someone's boat he believed had stolen his crab pots.  He delighted in shooting tennis balls from his homemade bazooka PVC pipe cannon and of course he always had some crazy story to tell on himself and his buddies.  We adored Wake and will miss him!  Sending lots of love and hugs to you.  Marty and Weston 
Linda Curtis left a message on December 16, 2020:
Mr. Myers and his lovely wife, Mary Jane were neighbors and fellow business associates with my mom and Dad W.F. Curtis and Ann Curtis. Mom and Dad managed the Hotel Greenville after Mr. Myers and we also had lake houses next door to each other at Lake Hartwell in the 60's early 70's.  What precious memories.  My sister Ginny called this morning to let me know of Mr. Myers passing. She said "Sis...do you remember when all of us were at the lake houses for the weekend and Mr. Myers would wake us up shooting the Woodpeckers cause they were just going to town on his wood home?" Lol..  I was young but yes I do.  Great and fun memories... rest in peace sir. Love to the family. Linda Curtis
Donny Harrison left a message on December 15, 2020:
We lost a living legend. A true testament to what  it's like "to live life to the fullest".  He enjoyed every day and every interaction, and had a big heart that we will never forget. Rest in peace Wake. 
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