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Donald M. Meyers
June 24, 1943 ~ October 24, 2023 (age 80) 80 Years Old
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Donald M. Meyers, 80, of Kempton, PA passed away peacefully at his home on Tuesday, October 24, 2023. He was the loving husband of Vernette L. (Detweiler) Meyers, with whom he shared over 57 years of marriage. He was born in Sellersville, PA, the son of the late Emerson and Theda (Moyer) Meyers.
Donald was a 1961 graduate of Pennridge High School in Sellersville. After graduation, he spent over two years in voluntary service through the Mennonite Church and that began his passion for volunteer work. Don was a hardworking, self-employed dairy farmer in Albany Township. His dedication to serving his community continued throughout his life. He was a member and former councilman of New Bethel Church in Kempton, was the current president of Kempton Community Center, a former officer of Kempton Fire Co., a former president of Kempton Lions Club, a former member of State and National Holstein Associations, and a was a charter member of the Club H social organization. Don will be remembered for his fun spirit, kind heart, and generosity.
In addition to his devoted wife, Vernette, he is survived by his son, Brooke L. (Gretchen) Meyers of Lenhartsville, PA; daughters, Stacey L. (Steven) Mertz of Fleetwood, PA, and Melissa S. Meyers and companion, Dave, of Golden, CO; five grandchildren, Zachary and fiancé Haley Bailey, Daniel (Alexa) Meyers, Tyler Mertz, Jenna Meyers, and Marinka Tomsich; two great-grandchildren, Maverick Lee and Harper Lee; sisters, Dorothy Zobrist of Gulf Shores, AL, and Ruth (Robert) Thomas of Dewey, AZ.
There will be a celebration of life service held on Saturday, December 30, 2023 at 11 AM at Kempton Community Center, 83 Community Center Drive. Visitation begins at 10 AM. Rev. Robert Ziehmer will officiate. Please wear a Donald-approved hat to his service. To honor Donald and his passion for volunteering, please consider donating your time to an organization of your choice.