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Eugene Meyers

August 22, 1929 - August 3, 2020

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Posted by:
Paulette Tomasson

Posted on:
August 8, 2020

Dear Marlene and family thinking of you with much love. I have such beautiful memories of Gene and those years in Calgary. So glad you have remained in my life. Gene was such an adventurer like you Marlene. You two created the most beautiful and full life. He will be dearly missed.

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Janie Clink

Posted on:
August 8, 2020

Dearest Lisa, Jim, Marlene and family. Thinking about you all at this very tough time. We remember Eugene very fondly and our hearts go out to you. Can’t help but remember his confidant presence, wisdom, sense of humour and utter devotion to family. I know you will all miss him terribly. Sending our love. Janie, Dan, Brittney, Mike, Q, Lviv, Brooke, J, Abbey, Aaron, Bryan, Emily. ?

Posted by:
Kris Morris

Posted on:
August 7, 2020

We were so saddened to hear of the passing of Great Uncle Ticket. He set such a great example for all of us by living his life to the fullest! I remember when he and Marlene came to visit us years ago in Atlanta and we hiked up Stone Mountain. They had more energy than me and left me in the dust! I enjoyed our visits together over the years, some happy like the Wisconsin family reunion, and some sad with too many family funerals. It was always wonderful to see Uncle Ticket though, and he always brought a sense of comfort and caring to everybody. He also brought great energy, fun and humor to any get-together! I will do my best to pay it forward to others as Uncle Ticket did and he will be greatly missed. The last of that generation is gone, but he is with his parents, sassy sisters, and other beloved family now. Rest in peace...

Posted by:
Barbara Bunt Beebe

Posted on:
August 7, 2020

We all have special memories of our dear Uncle Gene To me and lots of you he was and always will be our Uncle Ticket. I asked mom once how he got the name of Ticket. She says that when he was born, his dad , our granddad said "that's the Ticket" and that's how it began.. I know he had a special connection not only to his family but all of his nieces/nephews and families as well. To me he was the patriarch of the Meyers clan. RIP Uncle Ticket. You are so loved!

Posted by:
Katy Kjos (Beebe)

Posted on:
August 7, 2020

Uncle Ticket, thank you for always being so kind, funny, full of wisdom & for organizing our family reunions. Those were the best times of my life!! I was and am still honored to be your niece & am very grateful to have been a part of your family. I wish I could've seen you to say goodbye but hopefully you know how much I love & admire you. You will be missed dearly and always be in our hearts forever. Thank you for a lifetime of memories... I love u Uncle Ticket...???

Posted by:
Carol & Gary Deaner

Posted on:
August 6, 2020

Gene was a good friend and a really great neighbor. He lived a phenomenal life and he will be missed by all the people who knew him, played with him, and really had their lives influenced by him.

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Nora Kirkham

Posted on:
August 6, 2020

I am sending all good thoughts and support to you Marlene. It seems to me you and Gene created a lush and vibrant life together. Be Kind To Yourself. Love and Hugs, Nora Kirkham????

Posted by:
Evelyn

Posted on:
August 6, 2020

My Dear Father, It's funny all these memories keep playing in my mind this week. Like scenes on a movie screen. Times like when you surprized me with my first tricycle, when you took me to get my hair done and it was styled like an adult and I was only 7. Those blue waffle stompers and the jade cross you made.me. The many times you helped me move. You 0rescued me more than once from a bad guy. All those nicknames and the way you loved to reminisce about funny times. The christmases and the summers , all seem so vivid now. The years got away from us and we grew apart. I have always felt like I was 10 years old around you. I must say , I resented it some. But I know I will never feel that young again. Thank you Dad , for all the good you wanted for me. I believe many people get to pick when they leave this Earth. I think you picked the family reunion time. I know You're in heaven. They told me you passed around 1:30 pm. I was in the lab at work getting the testing supplies ready for the 140 patient. For a moment II had an overwhelming feeling of being watched. I Even pictured what I looked like from an angle outside myself. It was brief ....but I believe.... I know you are at the most wonderful family reunion now and catching up with those that passed before you. I will see you again someday Dad. Until then please watch out for all of us here. I love you Dad , Evelyn

Posted by:
Ally Frazier

Posted on:
August 6, 2020

I’m very grateful to have spent some of your last moment by your side hearing you tell me “what dear” as if no time has passed, i love you forever say hello to all of our loved ones and especially stroodle for us. until we meet again love ally

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