H.K. Myers

H.K. Myers, 82, of Lathrop, passed away April 16, 2020 at Cameron Hospital. H.K. was born October 1, 1937 to H. Keith and Eva (Foster) Myers. He married Donna (Annette) Wilson on June 2, 1956.

She preceded him in death in 2015.

Survivors include his children, Stanley Myers, Cle Elum, Washington, Lisa (Mark) Bozarth, Polo, David (Theresa) Myers, Excelsior Springs, and Diana (Ray) Bromley, Lee’s Summit; and sister, Phyllis (Lowell) Bennett. H.K. is also survived by 12 grandchildren, 23 great grandchildren and three due this year.

H.K. spent his entire working life in the education field. At one time he was a teacher, principal and superintendent. He finished his career as both Director of Education Outreach and Assistance Director of Education for Missouri Western State University.

He loved spending time with his grandkids and great grandkids. He always loved to dance and he spent time with his special friend, Lorie Blackburn. H.K. loved to make people laugh with his stories and pranks.

A memorial celebration will be held at a later date.

Arrangements in care of Bross & Spidle Funeral Home, Excelsior Springs.

Our Sincere Condolences

It is sad to have to see our parents go, but know that they are together again happily looking down on their family. May he Rest In Peace and with his socks on. We love you guys and are praying for you and peace. God bless.
Don and Michelle Banning

We are so sorry for your loss!  Our thoughts and prayers are with your family!  We always enjoyed his stories and jokes.
Sincerely,  Kent and Kim

H.K Myers
I loved HK and his wife while they was at Newtoen Harris!!! Mrs Myers was one of my favorite teachers! Accounting  was always my favorite class that she taught.
I will always remember HK with his bight red checks and a laugh that could make you laugh on your worse days.
I’m so sorry for your loss. Many prayers
Mikkie Richardson

So sorry about your loss. It is a terrible time to lose a loved one, when hospitals are closed to visitors.  That would be a very sad situation.  Always enjoyed talking to your Dad, would always have to catch him up on what was happening in Newtown, he had so many friends there.  I am sure that is true about every placed he lived, lots of friends.  Prayers for your family.
Martin and Debbie Hummel

I’m so very sorry to hear of Mr. Myers’s passing. I remember him fondly as a kind, caring and jovial superintendent of Newtown-Harris. What an endearing couple he and Mrs. Myers were. Whatever problem was troubling me, as a teacher or parent, I could always count on Mr. Myers to listen with kindness and genuine concern. My sincere sympathy and condolences to his family.
Ruth Duncan

So sorry to hear of his death. While he was in Newtown we became friend & thought so well of him and Annette.  HK was so kind and generous.
Macky & Connie Reed

I am saddened to hear of H.K. Myers’s passing. We were just about on schedule for another phone conversation and this time we were going to talk about our families.
H. K. and I go back to 1960 when we were both working for the Lynn county R-1 school district as teachers.   H. K. taught shop and I taught science. I was single in those days and was often and invited to go home with him. The only children I knew then were Stanley and Lisa. Obviously they were pretty young.
I went to Ottumwa, Iowa on weekends quite a lot and sometimes we take one of his cars  for servicing.  It would either be his 1960 Pontiac or Triumph TR-2 sports car.
There could be lots more said as we had many good times together.
Bob Rudkin