The Adams Chapter Graciously received gifts in Loving Memory of George “Puff” Edward Myers. George was a member and past president of the Jack Bensley Chapter of Trout Unlimited, a chapter that preceded the Adams Chapter in Traverse City, MI.
Full Obituary for George Myers as appeared in Reynolds-Jonkhoff Funeral Home:
George “Puff” Edward Myers
Traverse City – George “Puff” Edward Myers, 86, life long resident of Traverse City passed away December 5, 2014 at the Grand Traverse Pavilions.
George was born on May 15, 1928 in Traverse City to the late Clare and May (Brown) Myers Sr.
On September 1, 1951 George married the love of his life Clarine Peaslee at the First Congregational Church in Traverse City.
George was a second generation printer with Myers Printing Service. In his spare time he loved tending to his greenhouse which turned into his full time job in the 1960’s and 1970’s. George’s Green House became the largest greenhouse in northern Michigan. He also enjoyed gardening and was featured on the Friendly Garden Club Annual Garden Walk in 2004.
George was a member and past president of the Jack Bensley Chapter of Trout Unlimited. He loved to fish, especially fly fish, and would travel around the country, wherever they were biting. He was a big animal lover and always had a dog at his side.
In early years he loved to square dance with his wife Clarine. George was famous for his baked goods and homemade candy. He also enjoyed woodworking and traveling around the U.S. and Canada, especially to Alaska and Palm Springs to visit family.
George was preceded in death by his wife Clarine in 1995, sister Gladys Jeliffe, sister June Gates, and brother Clare Myers Jr.
As Appeared in “George Myers” Obituary – Reynolds-Jonkhoff.com