Cemetery records - Howard Glenn Myers Sr. was disinterred at Chambersburg, Penn. on Aug. 17, 1979. He was moved to Partridge Cemetery and buried on Aug. 22, 1979.
Crash Victim To Be Buried ---
The funeral will be held tomorrow for Howard Myers, 25, Chambersburg. Route Five, who died Sunday, three days after his Milk truck was struck by a Pennsylvania Railroad train at Marion, Pa.
The young man did not regain consciousness, after he suffered third degree burns and other severe injuries in the accident.
He was the son of Irvin N. and Mary Parson Myers, Chambersburg, Route Five. His wife was the former Miss Evelyn Faye Koestel. Two young sons, Howard Glenn Myers Jr., and William Ray Myers, at home, and a brother, John H. Myers, Chambersburg, Route Five, also survive.
The Rev. Paul Kauffman and the Rev. Dr. Clyde W. Meadows will Officiate at the funeral at 2:30 p.m. tomorrow at Fetterhoff Chapel, with interment in Lincoln Cemetery.
He was the 32nd person to die in Franklin County since January 1 as the result of motor vehicle accidents, an all-time high for that county.
Evelyn Faye Koestel Myers
1928–2016 (m. 1949)
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