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Clifford Max Myers

BORN:
09/08/1935
DIED:
11/12/2022
LOCATION:
Charleston, WV

Clifford Max Myers

Clifford Max Myers, 87, died November 12, 2022 after a sudden illness. He was born on September 8, 1935 to the late Homer and Masel Myers of Cannelton, WV. He was also preceded in death by his wife, Nancy Jane Myers, son, Chip Myers, and granddaughter, Sarah Myers.

Surviving is daughter Masel Brown (Craig); companion, Mary Ann Rappold; daughter-in-law, Karen Myers; grandchildren: Maleai Sayre, Daniel Toney, Adam Myers, and 9 great grandchildren.

Cliff was retired from Grey Hound Bus Lines. He was active in retirement and enjoyed golf and Mountaineer sports. Cliff will be remembered for his larger-than-life personality.

There will not be a memorial service at this time.

Memories of Cliff may be shared by visiting www.Snodgrassfuneral.com and selecting the obituary. Snodgrass Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements.

3 replies
  1. John Calvert says:

    It has been distinct honor and pleasure to have known Cliff Myers these last several years. I met Cliff at a golf course (go figure) with a seniors league at Little Creek GC. Right away I knew he was the genuine article, Cliff was an unpretentious fun loving, generous guy with a heart of gold.
    I will miss him greatly, but his memory is strong and I expect it to be with me for a very long time.

  2. Peggy Brown says:

    Words cannot express what a shock it was to hear of his passing, I met Clifford 11 yrs ago It was a pleasure working with him at Tincher Dental Lab, he was one of the finest gentleman I ever had the pleasure of knowing, and I do mean gentleman he will be missed

  3. Jesse says:

    I first met Pip back in July of 2018 and from the first day he made me feel like a welcomed member of his family. He was a genuine man with a big heart and lots of life stories growing up in WV and years spent with his brothers whom he loved dearly, including Jerry. Watching him and Jerry talk about the good old days reminded me of the times I would watch my father and uncle talk about their lives growing up together.
    The West Virginia sweater that he gifted me will be a little more special, now that he’s Resting In Paradise.
    🙏

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