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Nancy Meyers

December 31, 1969 — October 16, 2019

Nancy C. Meyers, 88, passed away on Wednesday, October 16, 2019 in Missoula, MT. She was born on July 19, 1931 to E. Witter Clawson and Dorothy Reynolds Clawson in Plainfield, NJ where she grew up with her brother, Peter Clawson. She spent two months each summer for 10 years at Camp Kokosing in Maine as a camper and a counselor. She met her husband, John "Jack" Meyers on the train commuting to New York City where she worked as a travel agent for T',NA. On one of their dates they "swam" in the fountain at Rockefeller Center. They were married on September 26, 1953. They moved to Pennington, NJ where they raised their two children, John and Pamela.
Nancy was a career travel agent in the golden age of travel. She traveled to over 50 countries. Many of her trips were first class paid for by travel companies that wanted her to recommend their tours. She worked in the Princeton University Bookstore Travel agency, then moved out to Missoula, MT where she continued her career at Wide World of Travel. Her CB handle was World Traveler.
She moved out to her little log cabin up Petty Creek Rd. on property she shared with her daughter where she continued to work, travel and enjoy her grandchildren. She was an avid football fan, especially for the MT Grizzlies. When she could not drive anymore she put many miles on her 4 wheeler.
She was preceded in death by her parents and her husband. She is survived by her son John Meyers (Mercedes) of Constanza, Dominican Republic; her daughter, Pamela Roberts (Barry) of Alberton, MT; Granddaughters, Jennifer Roberts of Florence, MT and Cathy Hardison of Key Largo, FL; Grandsons, Daniel Roberts of Corvallis, MT and Shawn Roberts of Kalispell, MT; and many wonderful great-grandchildren.
A Celebration of Life is planned for Saturday, October 26 at her daughter's house up Petty Creek. Special thanks to Partners in Home Care Hospice and Bee Hive Homes for helping to take such good care of her over the last few months.
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