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Mr. William H. (Bill) Myers, 87, Seminary, KY, (d. 14 Jun 2016)

He was a respected resident of the community of Seminary, Cumberland County, KY and the patriarch of a large respected family. He was of Christian faith, a U. S. Army Veteran attaining the rank of Private First Class, a Rock Driller and an Explosive Technician.
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Mr. William H. "Bill" Myers, age 87, of the Seminary Community in Cumberland County, Kentucky, passed away on Tuesday, June 14, 2016 at The Overton County Health and Rehabilitation Center in Livingston, Tennessee.

Funeral services for Mr. William H. "Bill" Myers will be conducted on Thursday, June 16, 2016 at 1pmCT in the Memory Chapel of Norris-New Funeral Home, 601 N Main Street, Burkesville, Kentucky, with visitation after 5amCT on Thursday until the funeral hour. Burial will be in the Burchett Family Cemetery at Seminary.


He was born on Saturday, September, 29, 1928 in the Whetstone Community of Cumberland County, Kentucky, the son of Robert and Roxie (Baise) Myers. He died Tuesday, June 14, 2016, in Livingston, Overton County, TN, at the age of 87 years, eight months, and 16 days.

He was of Christian faith, a U. S. Army Veteran attaining the rank of Private First Class, a Rock Driller and an Explosive Technician.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife, Jewell Burchett Myers; a son, Danny Myers;, a daughter, Judy Myers; his brothers, James Myers, Gene Myers, and Lincoln Myers; and his sisters, Mary Booher, Kaye Thacker, and Janice Cole
He is survived by the following:
  • His children, Virginia Myers of Pall Mall, Tennessee; Patricia Shelley of Burkesville, Kentucky; Nancy Sells of Alpine, Tennessee; Kathy Riddle of Burkesville, Kentucky; Mary Graves of Burkesville, Kentucky; and Billy Joe Myers of Burkesville, Kentucky.

  • Sisters, Marjorie Lindsey of Franklin, Kentucky; and Minnie Appleby of Beaumont, Kentucky.

  • A sister-in-law, Betty Burchett of Glasgow, Kentucky.

  • His grandchildren: Julie (Bart) Capps, Steven (Jill) Shelley, Terry (Valerie) Shelley, Stacy (Chelsie) Sells, Beth Sells, April (Shawn) Riddle, Amy (Michael) Sams, Travis Riddle, Andrea Graves, Trevor (Sarah) Graves, Candice Graves, Bryson Myers, Alena Myers and Candice Myers

  • His great-grandchildren: James Capps, Clay Capps, Parker Shelley, Karma Shelley, Nichole Shelley, Colt Ryder Sells, Jacob Riddle, Patrick Riddle, Rosalie Graves, Remi Sams, and Raylan Sells.
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Norris-New Funeral Home, 601 N Main Street, Burkesville, Kentucky is honored to be in charge of funeral arrangements.


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