MICHAEL PHILLIP MYERS, 66, A Fisher of Men was
called home on Aug. 17, 2021.
Born Michael Phillip Myers, son of Monroe & Leota
Myers, on Feb. 1, 1955 in Ranger, TX. He was the
youngest of four children. Mike grew up a mighty
Ranger Bulldog #15, where he excelled in sports. He
graduated from Ranger High School in 1973, and later
attended Cisco College.
Mike spent the majority of his career in the oilfield
where he became known as Driller. There was nothing
that he could not fabricate, build, or create. Along
with this are the many stories from those that he helped
along the way who say if it wasn't for him there's no
telling where they would have ended up. He was looked
up to by all that knew him & he built lifelong relation-
ships along the way. He was a man of few words but you
always knew where he stood and what he stood for.
Mike was an avid fisherman, day, night, rain or shine he
loved to fish. Although he wasn't much on telling tales
about the one that got away.
Mike leaves behind many who will truly miss him. He was
preceded in death by his parents Monroe & Leota Myers
and one sister, Phyllis Myers Turlington (RHS-1962).
Mike is survived by his devoted wife Amy Myers, two
sisters Kathy Myers Stuard (RHS-1970) and Teresa Myers
Rogers (RHS-1965). Two biological daughters Michelle
Myers Wells (RHS-1994) and Jennifer Myers Farmer (RHS-
1997), & later two daughters by marriage Amanda Wiloth
and Jessica Farr husband Michael. The mother of his
children, Amanda B Hill, 8 grandchildren 5 boys and 3
girls. James (J Bo), Nico, Landon, Addison, Easton,
Lincoln, Emma, Elaina, and mother-in-law, Patricia
Walker, and of course "Rascal."
Back when the handshake meant something and your word
was just like gold Mike Myers touched the lives of many
people. He will be dearly missed. Fish on!