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Edward Ernest Myers | Obituaries | tillamookheadlightherald.com – Tillamook Headlight-Herald

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Updated: October 10, 2023 @ 10:11 am
Edward Ernest Myers

Edward Ernest Myers
Edward Ernest Myers passed away on September 15, 2023, in Roseburg OR., at the age of 83. He was born in Milford, UT on October 24th, 1939, to Ernest Leroy Myers and Jesse Howe (Harrington) Myers. Ed grew up in Minersville, UT and graduated from Beaver high school in Beaver, UT.  He married Wilma Aagard on September 5th, 1957. Later they were sealed to each other for eternity in the LDS Temple in Portland, OR.  They were members of the Tillamook LDS (Mormon) Church.
In 1963 they moved to Tillamook, OR and they purchased a small dairy farm which later he named Coastal View Dairy. He had a natural talent and love for dairy farming and giving back to the community. He served on many boards throughout the area, volunteered for many causes and was very involved in the community.Some of his community involvement and services that he served on were; TCCA Board of Directors for 27+ years (8 yrs as Chairman), he also was Director of the Farm Credit Services, was on Oregon Department of Agricultural Board (8 yrs), President of Oregon Milk Marketing Association (19 yrs) and Director of National Milk Producers Federation (5 yrs). Ed was Farm Bureau President and on their Board (30+ yrs), past grand Marshall of the June Dairy Parade, served on the YMCA board of trustees (30+ yrs), served on Fairview Water District Board of Directors, was appointed to represent Tillamook County Dairy Farmers on the State of Oregon Quota Advisory Committee, in 2002 was awarded the Oregon Dairy Farmers Association “Community Service Award”, He was presented with “Honorary Director for Life” by the National Milk Producers Federation. He served on the Jr Livestock Auction Committee (34+ yrs), member of Prudent Plungers Investment Club, member of the local Elks Lodge, just to name a few of his services to the community.
Ed believed in setting goals and going for them. In 1967 when he heard that the Farm Bureau was looking for an auctioneer, he told them he could do the job. Later at home he was telling his wife he got the job but had never auctioneered before, so he had to hurry up and learn. He said this was one of the scariest things he ever had done, but he gave it his all and practiced around the clock. He was the auctioneer at the auction barn every Tuesday until it closed. His auctioneer services were sought after by many and he was asked many times over the years by other auctioneers where he went to auctioneering school, because he was so good at it. He also auctioneered for many fundraisers for the YMCA, TARC, TCCA, Tillamook Chamber of Commerce, Elks Eye Clinic, Tillamook High School’s MOD fundraisers, and many others over the years.
Ed loved spending time with his family, and he was an amazing husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather. When Ed was not on the farm or spending time with his family, he could be found golfing, fishing, or hunting. He believed in working hard, he was caring, loving, giving and loved to help others.
He is survived by his wife of 66+ years, Wilma, and their children, Greg (Elaine), Gaylene, and Stacy (Matt), many grandchildren and great grandchildren, his brother David Myers and sister Maureen Beutler of Beaver UT. He was preceded in death by his father Ernest L. Myers, mother Jessie Howe (Harrington) Myers, brothers Frank, Gordon, and Shane Myers and by sisters Kathleen Ives and Marva Jane all of Utah.
The family has chosen to have private services, we appreciate your understanding.
 In lieu of flowers memorial contributions can be made in honor of Edward E Myers to either of the following.
*YMCA to assist with local youth programs and scholarships by sending a check in honor of Edward Myers to YMCA – 610 Stillwell Ave., Tillamook, OR 97141 or calling 1 (503) 842-9622 ext. 105 for assistance.
*Tillamook High School -choice of FFA Chapter or Golf Team by mailing check in honor of Edward Myers to 2605 12th St., Tillamook, OR 97141 or calling 1 (503) 842-2566.
“Your life was a blessing, your memory a treasure, you are loved beyond words and missed beyond measure.”
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