Meyers, Phyllis Alberta (Greenman)

October 17, 1929 – December 9, 2021
at the age of 92 years

ZOOM Memorial date is Sunday, December 19, 2021@ 1pm.
All are welcome to join! (music and visiting will begin at 12:30)
Zoom ID:  829 2368 7921
Password: PMeyers

Phyllis quietly passed away in Salmon Arm, December 9, 2021, at age 92.  She was born in Travers, Alberta in 1929 to Alvin and Belle Greenman.

She was predeceased by her husband, Ray, in 2015, her sisters Evelyn, Lucille, Fern, Dora, Ruth, Audrey, Myrtle, brother Gordon and grandson Terry. 
She is survived by her sister Joyce and brother Glen, children Stanley (Leila), Lavonne (Alfred), Dale (Rose); 6 grandchildren- Jolaine (Brian), Tammy (Miles), Pamela (Mike), Candice (Claude), Chris (Michele), Lisa (Danny); 9 great-grandchildren Tonisha, Ahren, Emalynn, Jaxon, Eliana, Nicole, Jayden, Connor and Maxwell.

She might best be remembered for her outstanding hospitality-all across Canada her chocolate cake is sought after, along with her pancakes with ice cream and strawberries!

Her greatest love and focus of life was for Jehovah her God.  She enjoyed working with her Ray in this ministry and she had the pleasure of assisting many come to know God.

Phyllis loved people and they loved her. She will be greatly missed by all who knew her.

ZOOM Memorial date is Sunday, December 19, 2021@ 1pm.
All are welcome to join! (music and visiting will begin at 12:30)
Zoom ID:  829 2368 7921
Password: PMeyers

5 Comments

  1. Was a beautiful memorial today. Thinking of all the family. We send our love. Gloria and Eugene Lalonde

  2. Lovely service. Will miss her so much. Always kind always gentle. Loved her. Condolences to all the family

  3. Del and I loved Ray and Phyllis since we met them over 40 yrs ago. She was a precious gem amongst us.
    Can’t wait to give her a huge hug when we see her in paradise.

  4. What sad news. Phyllis always kind, hospitable and with a lovely smile on her face. My condolences to all her family!

  5. I will miss Phyllis so much! I loved her dearly, as did all who knew her. Seeing her again is one more thing to look forward to in the New World.

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