Miss Mayghan Myers, 20, of Lobelville passed away December 22, 2020. Mayghan lived most of her life in Haughton, LA until moving to Crooked Creek. Although Mayghan's life was tragically cut short, those who knew her were left with a lifetime of memories. She was employed at Tri-Star Horizon Hospital in Dickson. Mayghan spent much of her life with her family, riding horses and playing the sports that she loved, basketball and softball. She loved to sing and would sing every word to every song (Very loud)! She could always manage to put a smile on people's faces. Whenever she walked into a room, she would fill it with light and joy.
Mayghan had such an amazing personality with such a big heart. She was so full of life and living it to the fullest every day. She had to have her way with everything from selfies on her phone, to her thinking that she just knew who she was going to marry. Which if anyone talked to her regularly knew that would change nearly every day. She would always care for everyone in her life. Her love and devotion to family, friends and especially her two nephews was unmeasurable.
Mayghan was preceded in death by her Great-Grandparents Roy and Carol Wolfe and Buddy and Nell Bates, Grandfather Terry Treadwell and Uncles Kenny Rogers and Lee Bates.
Mayghan was welcomed into the world by her Father and Mother, Chad and T.J. Myers, Great-Grandmother Mildred Rogers, Grandparents Susan Marie Bates and Charles and Laurie Myers, Sisters Julie (Troy Guy) Bledsoe and Haley (Jaimen) Thomas, Nephews Dawson Guy and Grayson Thomas, a Special Aunt Trina "Trine" Rogers, a special cousin/brother Kendon Rogers and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins and many, many friends.
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* Masks are optional.
* Maintain 6 feet between yourself and the next closest person;
* Refrain from hugs and handshakes;
* When you sneeze or cough, use your elbow to cover your nose and mouth;
* Wash your hands often;
* Avoid touching your face; and
* Minimize time spent in places where people gather.
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