Loretta Thomas Myers
1936 - 2022
Loretta Thomas Myers
Oct 9th 1936 – July 7th 2022
Loretta Thomas Myers 85, of Winston Salem passed away at her home July 7th, 2022. She was born in Forsyth County on October 9th 1936, daughter of the late Eugene Adron Thomas and Kathryn Blaylock Thomas. Loretta was a loving mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister and friend who will be missed deeply by all that knew her. She retired from Hanes Hosiery after 45 years of service. She later enjoyed some part time jobs in retail, floral and dietary aide in a nursing home. Loretta enjoyed spending time with her family, pets and spoiling her grandchildren. You could always find her out at the thrift stores and yard sales on the weekends. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Otis Myers, daughter, Lori Hill and brother, Adron “Wayne”Thomas.
She is survived by daughter, Linda Carter (Jimmy); a son in-law, Mark Hill, four grandchildren; Christopher Hill,(Dana), Zachary Hill, Joshua Hughes and Daylin Scott; four great-grandchildren, Levi Hill, Eli Hill, Alyzah Hill and Marlee Henry. She is also survived by numerous nieces and nephews and a few lifelong friends. The family would like to thank Mountain Valley Hospice for their support and care in her time of need.
Fly high momma! I hope Heaven is everything you ever imagined. I hope daddy, Lori, Wayne, Granny and Pappy all welcomed you with open arms! I will miss you dearly but it comforts me that you are now at peace. I hope you will watch over me and the family. Until we meet again, Linda
Rest easy Ms. Loretta, enjoy your rest. Take comfort in knowing I got Linda and will always continue to look out for and love her like the sister she is to me. Until that glorious day when we will meet again!
I’m so sad to hear about Loretta’s passing. She was such a kind woman who treated myself and my family like were her own. I’ll never forget all the fun talks she and I had. I will always miss her friendship and kindness. Love. Bridgette Madore-Krebs
We are sorry for your loss, Linda. We are just learning about your mom’s passing. I was able to visit her a few times when she was living on Ebert Road. She loved to sing hymns. I lost touch with her during the pandemic when she moved to a facility. Can you contact us at Mt. Carmel UMC and let us know the funeral plans? If you would like a pastoral call, please also let me know. We will be lifting you up in our deepest prayers.
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