Charlene Myers

Charlene Marie Myers

Thursday, September 26th, 1940 - Wednesday, January 6th, 2021
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Charlene M. Myers

Whiting

Charlene Marie Myers, 80, passed unexpectedly January 6, 2021 surrounded by her loved ones at the Calais Regional Hospital. She was born in Calais September 26, 1940 the daughter of the late Milton and Phyllis (Stanhope) Hayward. She was a graduate of Dennysville High School, and later received her teaching degree from the Washington State Normal School. She was a teacher for 47 years having taught for a year in Portland, and Woodland, but was proud to be an educator at the Whiting Village School, as both a teacher, and principal. She had a great love for her students, and continued through her reitrement as a tutor. Her students had presenting her with an award that stated “ You could even teach a rock to read.”
She was a member of Delta Kappa Gamma Teacher's Sorrority, Maine Retired Teachers Association, and a member of the Pennamaquan Chapter #146 Order of Eastern Star, Pembroke . She loved gardening, and knitting, and was an avid doll collector. She loved her time spent with family, especially her grandchildren.
She is survived by her children- Laurence and fiance Elizabeth of Rio Rico,AZ , Deborah Jamieson and husband Robert of Pembroke, Loyd and wife Yesenia of Whiting, and Donna Wygant and husband Andy of Holiday, FL ; grandchildren – Laurence, Michelle, Brittney, Catherine, Felipe, Colby, Adrian, Branden, Daniela, Ethan,and Madison; one great-granddaughter Analy; a brother Elden “Buster” Hayward and his wife Carolyn of Dennysville, a sister Lorie Johnson, and her husband Scott of Edmunds; two nieces Carrie and Jennifer ; a nephew John; and many friends to include special friends Roberta Seeley, Mary-Alice Look, and Debbie Neilson.
In addition to her parents she was predeceased by her husband Earl Myers Jr , a granddaughter Rachael Jamieson, and a daughter-in-law Dolores.
Graveside services will be held 11 am Saturday May 29, 2021 at the Dennysville Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers donations in her memory may be made to the Whiting Village School.
Condolences and memories may be shared at www.mcclurefamilyfuneral.com
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Jeffrey Small

Posted at 09:34am
Charlene always liked to remind me that my first year at the Whiting Village School was also her first year there. From K through 4th Grade she was my only teacher of reading, spelling, math, social studies, science and something lost upon society today...respect. As a teacher of students with disabilities for over 15 years, no college class or professor has been my guide for classroom management. Only the vivid memories of her abilities to manage multiple grades, multiple talents and personalities, and guide all of her students to success academically and personally. Charlene will be missed by generations of students she taught in that little community school. I would like to express my sincere sympathy to the family of Charlene, and may God bless you in these days. Jeffrey Small
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Donna D. Strachan

Posted at 08:42pm
To the beloved family of Charlene Myers, how sorry I am to read of your loss. Your mother/grandmother was such a special and wonderful woman. During my fifteen years as the Itinerant Librarian for SAD #77 it was my privilege to bring books to the Whiting Village School every two weeks. The children were always excited to have the "library girl" come for a visit, and I felt similarly happy to visit the two classrooms. I loved being in Mrs. Myers' room, and always marveled and admired her gentle way with her beloved students especially when discipline was required. If a little one interrupted me (which was rare) she would quietly ask that child to write their name on the blackboard. If that didn't curb their wiggles, she would ask the child to circle their name. As I finished story time she would say in her calm voice that any child whose name was on the blackboard would be staying in for recess with their head down on their desk. I never heard her sound angry, and the students never sassed back but this simple discipline worked. I was so impressed! Once the children were outside, we would visit, chat about American Girl dolls and our respective families.I sure missed those visits after I left the district. Your mother was an exceptional woman and a great teacher.
Donna D. Strachan
 

Row Bare Posted at 11:42am

Larry, Deb, Loyd, and Donna, so sorry to hear about your mother, but so glad I got to meet her. She was kind and funny and I enjoyed many laughs with her when I visited you all in Whiting. Thinking of you all. Rob Smith
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