Allan L. Myers – May 27, 2020


Allan Lloyd Myers, 77, of Bay Village (Ohio) passed away on Wednesday May 27th with his sons by his side. Allan was the loving father of Bradley and Christopher (Jennifer), devoted grandfather to Alexandria, and Samantha. He also leaves behind his sister Martha, sister-in-law Bobbie, and his loving nieces and nephews. He was proceeded in death by his wife Cynthia, and brother John (Bubba). Allan was an amazingly warm, and compassionate person that never needed a reason to smile.

Allan had a passion for playing golf and loved the special times on the course with his boys. He had a love for all sports but adored his Baylor Bears, Dallas Cowboys, and Cleveland Indians. Born and raised in his beloved Waco Texas he moved his young family to Bay Village Ohio where he and Cynthia raised their boys. They brought the heart of Texas to Bay and became an integral part of the community. He loved his wife and family and all of his friends. He was adored and will be missed by all that knew him.

If you would like more information about the celebration of life being held this summer, please email

Pictures from 2015 Reunion

Left: Allan, Hugh Wilfong, Jack Martin, Pat Payne, Hal Johnson
Below: Hugh, Pat, Jack, Allan
June 2016 – Birthday Present from his boys – US Open

10 comments on “Allan L. Myers – May 27, 2020

  1. Bev Murphy Wells: “ My sincere condolences to the family of Allan Myers. I was so thankful I could play golf with Allan at least once. He loved the game. I know he’s now at peace now and to know his sons were with him during this time brings a picture of great love this side of eternity for his home going.”

  2. Tim Lasseter Latta: “So sorry to hear this. I really liked Allan a lot. He was fun to play golf with.”

  3. Kay Albright Hofer: “I’m so sorry. Allan, Hugh, Jack and I all lived one block apart. Lots of happy memories growing up!”

  4. Pat Payne: “I did not know about Allen until opening my email this morning. Thanks for including the picture of Hugh, Allan, Jack and myself. Hal Johnson was there but fishing with some guys that morning. Allan had encouraged all of us to attend the 55th reunion. Said we should all see each other one last time.

    “Allan’s brother Bubba died in April of last year. Just hard to believe they are both gone. I would hop on my bike and head to Hugh, Jack and Allen’s neighborhood like clockwork from the 2nd grade on. Hugh will remember those days well. Mrs. Myers used to say she begin to think she had three sons because she would serve dinner, look up and there I would be! Allen’s daughter-in-law got it right by calling Allen “kind”. He was indeed a kind and gentle man.”

  5. Hal Johnson: “Sorry to hear about another loss to our class. Alan was a great friend. I never witnessed him being angry, always had a great outlook on life and that was instilled on those around him. Too many fond memories in early years to express here. Everyone be safe.”

  6. Gwen Ewing Hodges: “Condolences to all who loved him.  Hard to believe so many classmates are gone now😢”

  7. Clara Sue Griffis Arnsdorff: “Sad news at a time when all news we hear is upsetting. I hope all stay safe and healthy. Best to all our class.”

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