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Jody Myers

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Jody Myers age 51 of Waucoma, IA, died Saturday, March 11, 2017, at Mercy Hospital in Oelwein, IA. A private family service will be held at St. Mary's Cemetery, Waucoma. Arrangements are with Hugeback-Johnson Funeral Home in Waucoma. Jody Clifford Myers was born August 2, 1965, in New Hampton, IA, the son of Donald and Sandy (Schlicte) Myers. He was a 1983 graduate of the Turkey Valley High School and following graduation he enlisted in the United States Army. Following his time in the Army he worked as a carpenter and in consturction in the area. Survivors include one daughter, Carly Myers of Walker, IA; one brother, Jeff (Karen) Myers of Kirbyville, TX; two sisters, Jennifer Myers (Pat Stanbrough) of Auburn, IA, Jill (Alan) Shindelar of Calmar; many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents.

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  1. U will be miss … I hope you are in the arms of your parents now love you ur friend Richard Dean RIP BRO

  2. Jody was a great friend to me, and was always there for his neighbors and would give his last to help someone else out. YOU WILL BE MISSED.

  3. My husband Charlie was in his class. Another gone too soon. Our sympathies to you all. He was always very nice to me and fun to be around….Charlie and Kelle Bruess

  4. Jody was a wonderful friend that always brought excitement and laughs. I remember Jody offering me a air conditioned place for the summer in Oelwein necause my apartment qas sooo dang hot!!!! You are at peace my sweet friend….:purple_heart::purple_heart:

  5. Our deepest sympathies are sent out to all of Jody’s family. He put a little sunshine into my life every time I saw him. Rest in peace Jody–you will be missed!

  6. Thoughts and prayers go out to the family’s of Jody. We were classmates with Jody and he always liked to visit if he saw you around. Rest in peace! Janel and Gary Kuennen

  7. Our deepest sympathy to the family. Too many fun times to count- can still hear him laughing and making up words to songs on the radio. Praying he has found the peace he was looking for. Corey and Sherry Buchheit

  8. Jody and I were always good friends throughout high school, and he was always making me laugh one way or the other. I recall one time he had a party at his home, and 1/2 of our class was there, and Sandy, not expected to be home, arrived home, and I just recall her saying very loudly, ‘OK…..Party’s over!!!’ Jody came to me and said, ‘We better get out of here now!’ LOL Everyone quickly dispersed! Jody will be missed, and his family will be in my thoughts and prayers. My condolences. Julie Zbornik

  9. We met in 6th grade when I first came to Turkey Valley! He liked to mess with me, take things off my desk and move my chair … but he would have a smirk on his face as if he didn’t do it!!! I remember his beautiful smile, HAPPY! Made me smile too! I had not seen him in years, so my memory of him is HAPPY! Class of ’83!! God bless You all, family and friends, who have been blessed to know Jody! I am sorry for your loss! May God give you peace and strengthen you with each passing day! Hugs and prayers, Julie Phillips Buckley

  10. I’m so sorry to hear about Jody, I remember him when he was little and he was a stinker even back then lol. Whenever he would see me he always had a big hug for me and always had a story to tell. At the end of the day he was a good guy he just got off track. I hope he will now rest in peace . Can’t you just hear Sandy when she met him up in heaven. Love them all. R.I.P. Jody. :innocent::prayer_beads:

  11. I got to see Jody just 3 days before he passed away just by chance i stopped in Auburn Iowa and we met i hadn’t seen him since high school 34 yrs. Had past and what a treat it was to have met and shook hands not noing it would be the last time to see him it feels good knowing that he is safe now REST IN PEACE Jody !!!. your freind and classmate Tom Meyer:blush:

  12. Our deepest sympathies to all of the family. It was always a pleasure to run into Jody and have a little visit! Hugs to you all! Mark and Nena Winter

  13. To the Jody Myers family: So saddened to hear of your loss. Know that our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. Jill, please fee free to contact me if there is anything I can do during time. In Faith, Di and Reecee Kovarik and special friend Roger Craft.

  14. Our deepest sympathy to the Myers family, so sorry for the loss of you brother, RIP Jody. Gail and Leon Baumler

  15. My heart is saddened to read this. His smile I still see, my sympathies to you all, especially Jennifer, prayers for God to be with you during the healing. RIP J

  16. Sorry for your loss. He was always a happy and go lucky person. Willing to help us out with odd jobs. We will miss him. Dave & Laura Lynch

  17. I will always keep fond memories of Jody from High School and Art classes. Thanks to him I was able to center clay on the potters wheel and now I teach ceramics and wheel throwing to H.S. Art students. Jody always had a wild cloud that seemed to follow him wherever he went but he was a good guy; never mean to others, prejudice, selfish, or concerned about social status. His respect and zest for the here and now was an inspiration to us all. God Bless you Jody, you made an impression on so many of our lives. Your classmate, Jolene Pitzenberger-Timp, class of 1983

  18. Growing up together in Waucoma, Jody and I did a lot of exploring along the Little Turkey River. Would meet up at his grandmothers cafe, Lorraine’s. From little league through high school we shared in our mischievous deeds. Usually with a smile he could get us off. But not always. Jody was never mean spirited, just loved a good time. RIP jojo.

  19. Jody was a great friend to me and so many others. I remember playing slow pitch softball with him. No matter how bad things got Jody would always put a smile on my face. RIP my good friend. I will never forget you.

  20. I am so sorry for your loss ! I was saddened to hear of his passing! Jody was a good friend back in high school! May he Rest In Peace !!!

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