Oneta R. Myers

Oneta R. Myers

Oneta passed away Thursday, January 29, 2015 at her home in Otsego.

She was born December 24, 1943 in Kalamazoo to George and Evelyn (Sieling) Eby.  Oneta was an avid reader and also enjoyed golfing, fishing, bowling, and spending time with her family. On December 2, 1977 in Otsego she married Dennis Myers who survives.

Also surviving are her son, Donald Kuiper; step-sons, Gene (Tina) Myers and Shane (Tracy) Myers; grandsons, Cory (Melissa) London, David Kuiper, Kilah Kuiper, Tristan Kuiper, Charlee Myers, Matthew Myers, Connor Myers and Michael Myers; 4 great-grandchildren; brother, George Eby and her mother-in –law, Frances Myers.

She was preceded in death by her parents and daughter Kimberlee Ballay.

According to her wishes cremation has taken place.

A Memorial Service will be held Friday, February 6, 2015 at 11:00 A.M. at the Allegan Christian Center with Pastor Paul Knuckles officiating.

Contributions in memory of Oneta may be made to Great Lakes Caring Hospice.

Messages of condolence may be posted at www.WinkelFuneralHome.com

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  1. Mary Lou Martin, Sue,Dave and Spencer Triplett says:

    Dear Denny,
    We are sorry to hear of Oneta’s passing.
    She was such a thoughtful,caring, and compassionate person.
    We are so happy we were able to see both of you last summer and share your little owls in your backyard.
    We love you very much and will see you soon.
    Much love,
    Aunt Mary Lou Martin, Sue,Dave, and Spencer Triplett

  2. Jeanie Bailey (Goolsby) says:

    Denny,
    I’m so sorry for your loss. Sending you lots of love and strength! You’re in my thoughts. *hugs*
    Love, Jeanie

  3. Ronna Wagner-Frye says:

    To Oneta’s Family,
    Oneta and I are old school mates(Richland High School). We had nothing but fun together; cheerleading, dancing etc. I miss her and am sorry for your loss. Please accept my sympathies.
    Sincerely, Ronna Wagner-Frye

  4. Cousins: Charlotte Walker & Connie Schapiro says:

    Dear Denny & Family,

    We are so sorry for your loss, and the sadness you and your family must be feeling.

    It seems so unfair she had to suffer. But even with all she was going through, whenever we talked she always had such a good attitude. She was up beat and would tell me with joy about the wonderful things in your lives, like the family of Owls, or what the kids were up to. It was very inspiring.

    We wish we could be there with you, but our hearts and prayers go out to you.

    Love and Hugs, Charlotte & Connie

  5. Johnny and Susie Axe says:

    May God hold your hand as you give up your LOVED one up to him and may your faith keep you strong…Dennis we are sadden to hear of your loss and yours ..may GOD keep you and strenghen in your time of need..We will miss a great friend and a person who was full of life happiness and love. Good by our good friend see you in Heaven….pofdatf

  6. John & Diane Glessner says:

    Dear Dennis & family,

    We are so sorry we aren’t home to attend Oneita’s memorial service. We are sending our prayers and hugs through the mail from Florida. May God’s strength and assurance be with all of you at this very hard time. With Love, John & Diane

  7. Cousin Gary says:

    Denny so glad I got to visit you this past October and see you and Oneta in our Great Grandparents house and then off to lunch with Dean, Sharon and Aunt Francis. I felt for Oneta as she spent hours getting ready and we had such a short visit, she was a “Class Act” and she will be missed always.
    I read the nice lettered preceding my letter and they speak volumes of what a wonderful person Oneta was and the legacy she left.
    Cousin Gary

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