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Greenwood Cemetery

1814 Lucas Street
Muscatine, IA 52761
(563) 263-7051
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Jeffrey S Nichols Chapel Hill Feral Home and Cremtry

114 West 4th Street
Muscatine, IA 52761
(563) 263-0842
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Muscatine Memorial Park Cemetery

2907 Mulberry Avenue
Muscatine, IA 52761
(563) 263-8842
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Nichols Life Tribute Funeral and Memoiral Services Muscatine Funeral Home

429 Lake Park Blvd
Muscatine, IA 52761
(563) 263-0842
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Ralph J Wittich Riley Freers Fuhme and Crmtn Spcli

1931 Houser Street
Muscatine, IA 52761
(563) 263-3314
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Muscatine IA Obituaries and Death Notices

William P. Myers - Champaign/Urbana News-Gazette

Monday, October 10, 2016

Country Inn, as well as 16 Arby's, three G.D. Ritzy's, and three Daddy-O's Restaurants in Champaign-Urbana, Danville, Bradley, Bourbonnais, Peoria and Moline, Ill., and Davenport, Bettendorf and Muscatine, Iowa.Bill served the Central Illinois and Eastern Iowa area as a businessman, mentor and philanthropist until his semi-retirement in 2011 when he became chairman of the board at FMS. After his full retirement in 2015, Bill continued his philanthropic activities through the William P. Myers Foundation.Because he lived in a children's home as a youth, Bill understood the philosophy of "giving a hand up, not a hand out." In 1981, he established the William P. Myers Education Fund to assist Cunningham Children's Home youths with education and job training beyond the high school level. Bill also supported other Cunningham projects, such as participating in the annual Kendall Gill Golf Outing, volunteering for and attending Christmas and Thanksgiving celebrations, supporting music and recreational programs, and making a major gift commitment to their $15 million Lighting the Way Capital Campaign.Furthermore, Bill gave generously of time and money to a variety of charities. He provided food, funding and equipment for Special Olympics; served as a mentor, counselor and adviser at L.W.'s Place, a drug and alcohol treatment center in Champaign; donated time as a counselor and community advocate for Family Life Skills Learning Center, a faith-based agency that teaches individuals how to stop the cycle of abuse and build a healthy home; and provided food, money and monthly volunteer staffing for Daily Bread Soup Kitchen in Champaign.Additional practical ways to help others help themselves included providing educational and job training programs at FMS, which hired individuals with developmental disabilities and worked directly with high school students in School-to-Work programs, and granting food service scholarships at the UI, Northern Iowa University, Parkland Community College and Danville Area Community College through the William P. Myers Foundation, established in 2001.Bill is survived by his wife, Adele; two children, Nathalie Pearson and Mark (Renee) Myers; four stepchildren, Elizabeth (Andy) Varner, Jane (Trent) England, Mike (Kari) Pankey and Tim Pankey; and six grandchildren, Jessica Pearson, Kathleen Varner, Michael Varner, Grace Pankey, Kate Pankey and Joe Pankey.Bill is remembered as a loving husband, a kind and generous father, a fun and supportive grandfather, a wise mentor, a trusted friend and a man who deeply loved the Lord Jesus.If one prayer sums up Bill's life, it is this:God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change,Courage to change the things I can,And wisdom to know the difference.Funeral arrangements are being made by Morgan Memorial Home of Savoy. Visitation will be from 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 5, at Morgan Memorial Home, 1304 Regency...

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William P. Myers - Champaign/Urbana News-Gazette

Monday, October 10, 2016

Country Inn, as well as 16 Arby's, three G.D. Ritzy's, and three Daddy-O's Restaurants in Champaign-Urbana, Danville, Bradley, Bourbonnais, Peoria and Moline, Ill., and Davenport, Bettendorf and Muscatine, Iowa.Bill served the Central Illinois and Eastern Iowa area as a businessman, mentor and philanthropist until his semi-retirement in 2011 when he became chairman of the board at FMS. After his full retirement in 2015, Bill continued his philanthropic activities through the William P. Myers Foundation.Because he lived in a children's home as a youth, Bill understood the philosophy of "giving a hand up, not a hand out." In 1981, he established the William P. Myers Education Fund to assist Cunningham Children's Home youths with education and job training beyond the high school level. Bill also supported other Cunningham projects, such as participating in the annual Kendall Gill Golf Outing, volunteering for and attending Christmas and Thanksgiving celebrations, supporting music and recreational programs, and making a major gift commitment to their $15 million Lighting the Way Capital Campaign.Furthermore, Bill gave generously of time and money to a variety of charities. He provided food, funding and equipment for Special Olympics; served as a mentor, counselor and adviser at L.W.'s Place, a drug and alcohol treatment center in Champaign; donated time as a counselor and community advocate for Family Life Skills Learning Center, a faith-based agency that teaches individuals how to stop the cycle of abuse and build a healthy home; and provided food, money and monthly volunteer staffing for Daily Bread Soup Kitchen in Champaign.Additional practical ways to help others help themselves included providing educational and job training programs at FMS, which hired individuals with developmental disabilities and worked directly with high school students in School-to-Work programs, and granting food service scholarships at the UI, Northern Iowa University, Parkland Community College and Danville Area Community College through the William P. Myers Foundation, established in 2001.Bill is survived by his wife, Adele; two children, Nathalie Pearson and Mark (Renee) Myers; four stepchildren, Elizabeth (Andy) Varner, Jane (Trent) England, Mike (Kari) Pankey and Tim Pankey; and six grandchildren, Jessica Pearson, Kathleen Varner, Michael Varner, Grace Pankey, Kate Pankey and Joe Pankey.Bill is remembered as a loving husband, a kind and generous father, a fun and supportive grandfather, a wise mentor, a trusted friend and a man who deeply loved the Lord Jesus.If one prayer sums up Bill's life, it is this:God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change,Courage to change the things I can,And wisdom to know the difference.Funeral arrangements are being made by Morgan Memorial Home of Savoy. Visitation will be from 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 5, at Morgan Memorial Home, 1304 Regency...