Elouise Myers

Elouise Myers, 98, of Carey, died on Thursday, July 23, 2020, at Bridge Hospice Care Center, Findlay.
She was born Nov. 2, 1921, in Columbus, to Carl and Martha (Gould) Rucker. She was raised on the Hilltop and liked to call herself a “Hillian.” She married Douglas W. Myers on Nov. 29, 1941 (one week before Pearl Harbor). They shared 75 years together. Doug preceded her in death on Nov. 26, 2016.
She is survived by a son, David (Cynthia) Myers of Sycamore, and twin daughters, Lynn Dee (Keith) Baker of Carey, and Sue Ann Joliff of Hilliard, 11 grandchildren, 18 great-grandchildren and seven great-great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by a brother, Fred Rucker and a son-in-law, Denny Joliff.
Elouise graduated from West High School and the University of Findlay. She taught third grade at the West Building in Carey for 16 years. She was a Cub Scout and Girl Scout leader.
She was a member of Grace United Methodist Church, Fortnightly Club, Wyandot County Retired Teachers and Friends of The Library.
Elouise enjoyed her family and had many happy memories of their family cottage in Lakeside.
The family is planning a private graveside ceremony at Spring Grove Cemetery, Carey.
Memorial contributions may be made to Dorcas Carey Public Library and sent to Stombaugh-Batton Funeral Home, 225 W. Findlay Street, Carey, OH 43316.
Online condolences may be sent to StombaughBatton.com.
Elouise was so cherished by her family. She will be missed but we know she has arrived in Heaven, a peaceful place where she will be embraced by all the family (Doug) and friends she has ever known. We miss you already. Miss your laughter and positive attitude of life.

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  1. Dawn (Boutwell) Pressler on July 28, 2020 at 10:42 am

    Mrs. Myers was my 3rd grade teacher at West end when we first moved to Carey. She was so sweet to this southern accented, nervous little girl. I loved her so much! Now reading her obit and discovering she was raised within a mile of where I sit in my office, I know why! Either you survive and thrive from the Hilltop or it beats you down, she obviously thrived! I am so happy I was able to see her 2-3 times in the last couple years while visiting up home at the Vanlue restaurant on Sunday afternoons. What a gem throughout her entire life.

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