George W. Meyers

george meyers

March 14, 1919 ~ December 10, 2003

Resided in: Pueblo, CO

Dr. George W. Meyers, 84, passed away December 1, 2003, in Pueblo, Colorado. Survived by his wife of 57 years, Mary Jane Meyers; children, George Meyers of Pagosa Springs, Colo. and Sherri (Mike) Pickard of Pueblo; and sister, Marie Woolard of Pueblo. George was born March 14, 1919, in Pueblo, to Caroline and Julius Lester Meyers. He served in the U.S. Navy SeaBees during WWII. George loved animals and the great outdoors. In addition to operating his own veterinarian business for 51 years, George was a veterinarian for Colorado Racing Commission. He also served as president of the Board of Santa Fe Credit Union for 17 years, life member of BPO Elks No. 90 and Pueblo Lodge No. 17, AF&AM. As per his request, his body was donated to the Anatomical Board of the State of Colorado. His memorial service will be held 2 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 4, 2003, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel with a tribute by Harry Meddings. In lieu of food and flowers, memorials may be made to Sangre de Cristo Hospice or American Cancer Society through the funeral home. Online condolences,

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  1. Most sorry to get such news. Please care for your selves and we will keep in touch. Jordan/Fran

  2. George will be missed by all. My condolences to Mary Jane and all the family. Will always remember working with George, our trips to Rye, and my first C section on the kitchen table.
    God Bless.

  3. George was our families vet since the 1950’s. He was always a joy to talk to while working with our animals , sorry in your loss,he was a good man

  4. Sorry, about the loss of your father……you know he treated all us boys with alot of love and respect…..he taught us a lot about life…i will miss him…jeff white

  5. My deepest sympathies go to “Doc” Meyers family. I knew Doc back in the mid 1970’s when I was in high school and a member of the Pueblo Municipal Shooters club at City Park. He was always there to make sure we were in a safe environment but allowing us enough leeway to have fun even though most of us were typical high schoolers. He always had great patience with all of us and I know everyone really respected him for that (and I know that some really tested his patience to the limit). And even though I have move away, and a lot of years have passed, I still think about those days with fondness as it was a great time in my life and it was a pleasure to have know such a great person as Doc. He will be sadly missed.

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