Dr. Allen R. Myers, 71, passed away Nov. 16, 2011. Survived by his wife, Beth O. Myers; children, Brent E. (Tama) Myers of Georgia, Blair S. (Kelli) Myers of Tennessee, Melissa (Josh) Loftis of Minnesota and Meredeth (Bart) Murr of North Carolina; sisters, Charlene Shirley and Sharon Mauldin; and eight grandchildren. Dr. Myers was born Nov. 11, 1940, in Carmi, Ill. He received his Bachelor of Science degree at the University of Florida in 1962 and his Doctorate of Medicine at the Medical College of Georgia in 1966. He interned in the U.S. Naval Hospital Jacksonville, Fla. before reporting to the Naval Aero Medical Institute, Pensacola, Fla., where he completed his flight surgeon training in 1968. He was Lt. Commander Medical Corps, US Navy on board the aircraft carrier U.S.S. Hornet where he served as the flight surgeon. In 1996, he joined the Southern Colorado Clinic in urgent care and later practiced medicine at the Veterans Administration Clinic in Pueblo. Dr. Myers was an accomplished wildlife and landscape artist. He was an avid hunter and had a great appreciation of the outdoors. There will be no viewing. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. A memorial service will be held in Roswell, Ga. Those who desire may make memorials to First United Methodist Church through Montgomery & Steward Funeral Directors, 1317 N. Main St., Pueblo, CO 81003. Online condolences, MontgomerySteward.com

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  1. I love you Doc and Beth. My best memory is Doc patiently listening to Beth, Judy, and I talking nonstop at the kitchen table and breaking into our conversation with his precious little grin and laughing at his own joke! He never cared that we continued talking and ignored him!! Doc was one of the most secure and wonderful men I have ever known. Beth, I am thinking of you every day and love you. Vickie

  2. It was an honor to know you, Doc. My heart is with Beth and your family. I admired your artistic talent and your gentleness. You and Beth were always so kind and sweet to me. And much loved by my parents, Ron and Rene Stark. You are missed sir.

  3. Beth, we are so sorry to hear about Allen, and are so grateful we were able to meet him a few weeks ago. We will be thinking about you in the coming weeks, and hope that you can come to see us in the Springs! Much love and many prayers, Randy and Melissa

  4. Beth,
    We are sorry to hear of your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Please let us know if you need anything. Your neighbors

  5. Dear Beth and Family:
    We are so very sorry for your loss.
    We are so glad that you were both able to share time with your children this summer.
    May all your beautiful memories bring you roses in the snow.
    Sincerely,

  6. Beth and Family
    You have our deepest sympathy on the death of your husband. My you find peace in knowing that he is in a better place and will no longer have to suffer. The Lord bless and keep you safe.

  7. Dear Beth,
    Our thoughts are with you at this sad time.
    We have such fond memories of our time with you and Allen and Avaril and Woody when we visited Pueblo.
    Meg

  8. Dearest Beth and family,our deepest sympathy in the loss of ALLEN I know you will miss him so much,if there is anything Tom or I can do just let us know if you need a hug I’ll be there our thoughts and prayers are with you

  9. Dear Beth, My thoughts and prayers are with you during this loss of your husband. Know that God loves you and is always with you especially during your sorrowful days.

  10. We are so sorry about Allen. We had no idea he was that bad. Our hearts and prayers go out to you and your family. I know he was a special person. Love you, Joe and Kathy

  11. Dear Beth, Brent, Blair, Melissa, Meredeth, Charlene, Sharon and Family,
    We are thinking of each of you as you mourn and celebrate the life of Dear Allen. Allen was so proud of each of you. He lived life to its fullest and he loved telling how blessed he always felt having the love of his family and friends. He truly had a passion for living to help others while enjoying himself with the simple pleasures that life brought him. Allen was proud of his Naval service to his country and with being a Doctor who could help others. Treasure the lifetime of memories that your loving family has created. Our Deepest Sympathy in the loss of our dear friend Allen, a true gentleman.
    Love and Blessings,

  12. Allen, you are now at peace,no more pain. We will miss seeing you tend to your trees & shrubs in your in your shorts and straw hat. Love & Prayers for stregnth for Beth and your Family

  13. Beth and family – as we told you earlier, there are no magic words to ease your pain and sorrow. Just remember: “Your loss, Heaven’s gain”. I just wish we could have met Allen. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

  14. Dear Beth, Georgine sent me this notice and I want to add my love and prayers to you and the family. Will always remember when you and Allen took us to Peach Street for brunch where we could see all over Atlanta. I am in awe of Allen’s talent as an artist. May you be comforted by their beauty. Love, Pat Freund

  15. DEAR BETH AND FAMILY,

    DOT AND I WERE SADDENED TO HEAR OF ALLEN’S DEATH. YOU AND FAMILY ARE, HAVE BEEN AND WILL CONTINUE TO BE IN OUR PRAYERS.

    OUR LONG ASSOCIATION IN THE PRACTICE OF MEDICINE IN ROSWELL, GA WILL ALWAYS BE REMEMBERED AND CHERISHED.

    HE HAS BEEN MISSED BY HIS MANY PATIENTS AND FRIENDS FROM THIS AREA SINCE YOUR MOVE TO COLORADA.

    IF THERE IS ANYTHING WE CAN DO, PLEASE CALL US. WHERE WILL YOU BE IN GA.?

    LOVE,
    DOT AND JIM LANGFORD

  16. Beth and family,I want to convey our deepest sympathy in your recent loss of Allen.You are in our thoughts and prayers and wish you and yours comfort and peace.
    Much Love Kay &Jerry Faglie

  17. Beth and Family, Ours Prayers and Thoughts are with you today and in all the coming Days. GOD WILL WALK WITH YOU ON THIS JOURNEY AND CARRY YOU WHEN NECESSARY. lOVE,HUGS AND PRAYERS FOR ALL, ANITA AND HARVEY

  18. Beth, So very sorry to hear about Allen. We became friends in high school when his family moved to Florida. I have very fond memories of that time and later at the University of Florida before our lives took different paths. It was such a joy to reconnect with Allen and meet you at our last class reunion. His note last Christmas was so positive and upbeat. I so admire his attitude and artistic talent. I wish you and family peace and joyful memories.

  19. My Mother and I wish to extend our most profound condolences to Beth and the Meyers family. We will miss Allen. He was a very good friend. Allen

  20. I don’t think I have ever known of anyone so courageous and determined as Allen. He overcame so many obstacles and fought the long, hard fight – he was an inspiration! My most heartfelt condolences to all of the Myers family. And to Beth – you are in my thoughts and prayers. I am here for you in friendship and love. God bless you all – Love, Karen

  21. Dear Beth and Children, We are so sorry to hear of your loss. He was truly a remarkable man that I thought would live forever. I was convinced he had nine lives. There are no words to comfort you. Just know that he was loved and respected by many. All of our deepest sympathy. L and P.

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