Margorie Myers, 91 of Bogata


Mrs. Marjorie Ann Myers, 91 of Bogata died on Sunday  May 29, 2016 in Titus County Regional Medical Center.  Funeral Services have been scheduled for Wednesday, June 1 at 2:00pm in the First United Methodist Church with Dr Ed Lee officiating. Burial will follow in Bogata Cemetery.  Wood Funeral Homes, Bogata have charge of the arrangements.  The family will receive friends at the church an hour prior to the services.

She was born in Red River County, the daughter of J.A. [Drew] and Ada Wooley Hancock on November 15, 1924.  Her husband, Noel F. Myers preceded her in death on April 10, 1971.  She was also preceded in death by her daughter, Jackie Annie Myers in 1958 and a brother, James Hancock in 1994.  Mrs. Myers was a secretary who worked for  a number of  years at  the Red River Army Depot, and Baker and Taylor Company at Clarksville and Red River General Hospital.  She was a long time member of Bogata United Methodist Church.

Survivors are her daughter, Lisa Goates and husband, Scotty of Mt. Pleasant and a grandson, Grayson Goats of Mt. Pleasant.




  1. Carolyn Reigert Rhodes says:

    Lisa I am so sorry to hear about your Mom, I really thought a lot of her, I will try to be there on Wednesday. But know I am thinking of you.

  2. Debbie Ragsdill says:

    Lisa, sorry to hear about your mom. My father in law Bill Ragsdill was very fond of your mom and had a wonderful time visiting together during his last years. May she rest in peace.

  3. Diane Grayson Goloby says:

    Lisa, Your mother and my mother were cousins. My mother was Tedd Craddock and my dad was James Grayson. I just found out today that she died this past year. I attended the Bogata Homecoming last year and learned that she was in the nursing home. I attended the Homecoming today and saw her picture posted on the roster of deceased former students.
    She invited me and my husband Bill to stay with her in Bogata the day before my grandmother, Amy Craddock’s funeral. She was so kind to help us out as so many family members stayed with other family and friends. She was such a character and a joy. I last saw her at the Homecoming one year and if I knew she had passed, I would have attended the funeral. We don’t all have each other’s contact information, so I hope you receive this message. I really loved your mother! We ALL did, and she will be missed.

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