Nancy D. Myers

Nancy D. Myers, 84 of Summerdale, PA passed away on January 2, 2017 at Holy Spirit Hospital.

Nancy was born December 29, 1932 in Mt. Union, PA.  She graduated from Mt. Union High School in 1950.  She married Donald V. Myers on June 25, 1955 in Mt. Union.  She worked for many years as Vice President of Administration for The Pennsylvania Aggregates and Concrete Association. 

Nancy was a devoted member of her community.  Her social and civic involvements were numerous including: President and member of East Pennsboro School Board, ABWA, Girl Scouts of America, East Pennsboro Civic Club, The Fleet Reserve Association, Hershey Roamers, Summerdale FD Women's Auxiliary, member and longtime treasurer of Zion Lutheran Church, local celebrity and chief of gossip who held court for many years at Bryner Memorial Pool and Avalon Campground.

Nancy is preceded in death by her mother Beryl "Daisy" Davis, her husband, Donald V. Myers, sister, Doris Iskric, and brother Charles Davis.

Nancy is survived by three sons Kevin, Craig (Denise), and Kerry (Brandi); three grandchildren, Ian, Catie, and Kelsie Myers; one great-grandson, Madden Figueroa; several nieces, nephews, cousins and devoted friends.

Visitation will be held at 10AM on Friday, January 6th at Zion Lutheran Church, Enola, PA.  Services will follow immediately. Private family burial will be at Zion Lutheran Cemetery.

Memorials may be given to Meals on Wheels of Mechanicsburg or Hospice of Central PA.

The Sullivan Funeral Home is honored to serve the Myers family.

 

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Just wanted to pass on my condolences to the family. My dad, Park R. Trullinger, Jr was head of the PA Aggregates and Concrete Association when Nancy was the VP of Administration. My Dad thought very highly of her and her outstanding work. She and my mother, Elizabeth, were instrumental in cleaning up the mess on the first floor of the office on Front Street, after a flood, caused by a passing hurricane. Understand the water level got within a couple of feet of the first floor ceiling.

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