Nov. 18, 1933 — Feb. 21, 2014
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Marv Myers, a 30-year resident of Cameron Park, was born on Nov. 18, 1933, in Hunter, N.D. He passed away peacefully from this life at his home on Friday, Feb. 21, 2014. He was 80 years old.
Marv served his country in the Army for two years during the Korean Conflict. After marrying in 1955, he and his first wife, Diane, moved to the Bay Area, where they raised their four children, Mark, Scott, Steve and Michelle. After his divorce, he married Kay and they settled in Cameron Park in the Sierra Nevada foothills, which he came to love dearly. He retired from the phone company in the 1980s and reactivated his real estate license. He was a well-respected realtor in the Cameron Park area from 1986 until the day he passed.
Marv was an avid golfer and had many friends at the Cameron Park Country Club, where he was a member. He was a faithful 49er fan and had been since 1957. This even extended to his license plate, which read “49RMARV.” He loved to cook and was a good neighbor and friend to all in the community. He is survived by Kay, his wife of 38 years; four children; four step-children; 14 grandchildren; brother, Curt Myers (Audrey); and sister, Bev Mitchell (Darrell). He was greatly loved by his family and friends and will be dearly missed.
In lieu of flowers contributions can be made to the American Heart Association (aha.com or 800-AHA-USA-1).