Sara Ann Myers-Worrell
Services for Sara Ann Myers-Worrell, 58, will be held at 1 p.m. Friday, May 17, 2019, at Phillips & Luckey Funeral Home in Rockdale. Burial will be at Goodwill Cemetery in Milano.
Visitation is set for 3 to 6 p.m. Thursday, May 16, at the funeral home.
Mrs. Myers-Worrell was born to Eddie Mae Maloy-Myers and Bobby Ray Myers Sr.in Rockdale on Nov. 16, 1960.
She resided in Milano for the majority of her teenage and young adult years, prior to moving to the Griffin Chapel community.
Mrs. Myers-Worrell graduated from Milano High School in May 1978, and attended Temple Junior College in Temple.
On Nov. 19, 2014, she married William Worrell.
Mrs. Myers-Worrell accepted Christ at an early age at Goodwill Baptist Church in Milano, where she was an active member. She served as the Sunday school secretary and substitute teacher for the primary Sunday school class, and she was active in the choir, served on the church food/program committee, and the youth ministry.
She held many professional positions, working at Milano Independent School District, for Alcoa in Rockdale, and as a chef for several local restaurants. She was also a homemaker and enjoyed cooking.
Mrs. Myers-Worrell served as a foster mother for the State of Texas, was on the Milano City Council in the 1990s, and was a park and recreational planner.
She was preceded in death by her mother, Eddie Mae Maloy-Myers on May 13, 2017; her father, Bobby Ray Myers Sr. on Dec. 19, 1978; a brother Bobby Ray Myers Jr. on April 29, 1985; and her grandparents, Minnie Mack in 1999, Eddie Maloy in 1993, Eugene Myers in 1962, and Alder Clay Myers 1975.
Survivors are her husband William Worrell of Griffin Chapel Community; a daughter, Shantoree D. Myers of Milano; a son, Larry L. Keno of Griffin Chapel Community; a stepdaughter Venita S. Worrell of Caldwell; five stepsons, Rasheed A. Worrell and William E. Worrell of Bel-haven, North Carolina, Darion L. Worrell and Christian L. Worrel of Trinidad and Tobago, Marquis Moye of Raleigh, North Carolina
Also, five grandchildren, Kaliyah M. Myers, Kaniyha L. Myers, Kaedon L. Locklin, Ka’Mar Locklin and Ny’Land Worrell; two nephews she was instrumental in raising, Earl L. Myers and Cedric Myers of Milano; three brothers, Larry Wayne (Kathleen) Myers Sr., Jerry Glen Myers Sr., Kenneth Earl Myers of Milano; two sisters, Virginia Kay (Roland) Williams and Vickie Delores (James) Griffin of Temple; also, a host of nieces, nephews, relatives and friends.
Pallbearers will be Larry Wayne Myers Jr., Shaquille Ryan Griffin, Otis Anderson, David Gunnels, Harrell Moore and George Allen.
Honorary pallbearers are Devoncy Maloy Sr., Dwight Maloy, Earl Myers, Cedric Myers, Davion Gunnels, Richard Melton, Jordan Melton, Edward Mays, Russell Myers and David Gunnels.