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October 30, 2023
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D. Adoree Myers was a caring wife, mother, grandmother, sister, and friend. She entered her eternal home the afternoon of October 30th with her children and caregivers by her side.
Adoree was born to David (Mack) and Lillie Caldwell on July 14, 1938. She graduated from Hurricane High School in 1956 and attended WV State College before meeting the love of her life, Don, on a blind date--that nearly never happened. She once confided that she waited upstairs looking out the window for her date to arrive. If he had been ugly, she had no plans to come downstairs at all. After marrying in 1962, she accompanied Don to Kentucky where he was finishing his college degree. Don and Adoree returned to West Virginia in 1964, where they would raise a family and complete life’s journey.
In addition to making a home for her family, Adoree worked as an administrative assistant and eventually established a day-care business which she managed for nearly two decades, positively impacting many children and their families.
Adoree was predeceased by her husband, Don, in 2018. She is survived by her son Jodie (Lisa) Myers and his children Aaron (Melissa) Myers, Nate (Katie) Myers, Christina Myers, daughter Darla Myers and her fiancé James Cottrell, sister in-law Suzi Caldwell, nephew David Caldwell, and many friends and “adopted” children whom she cared for over the years.
A viewing celebrating Adoree’s life will be held November 6, 2023 from 12:30 to 2 pm at Allen Funeral Home on Main Street in Hurricane. Immediately afterward, a brief memorial service will be held for close family and friends prior to entombment at Cunningham Memorial Park in St. Albans. All are welcome to attend a light dinner at Good Shepherd Baptist Church in Scott Depot beginning at 6pm.
If so inclined, please donate to the Muscular Dystrophy Association, which funds research on Polymyositis and other autoimmune diseases at www.mda.org.