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Dwayne H. Meyers

November 10, 1952 - September 6, 2022
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Soller-Baker Funeral Homes & Crematory, Lafayette Chapel
400 Twyckenham Blvd
Lafayette, IN 47909
Tuesday 9/13
PRIVATE

Dwayne H. Meyers, 69, of Lafayette, passed away Tuesday, September 6, 2022, at his residence. He was born November 10, 1952, in Lafayette, to the late Raymond H. and Rosella Muston Meyers. He was a graduate of Central Catholic High School, Lafayette. On March 8, 1986, he married Teresa K. Sullivan in Lafayette, and sheContinue Reading

KARA left a message on September 13, 2022:
Dwayne always had a smile to share, when I waited on him at the bank. Was always so sweet! Sorry for the families loss
Jessica Thomas left a message on September 13, 2022:
Uncle Dwayne, may you rest in heaven 💜 I won’t forget the late Taco Bell runs and the chicken gizzards! Forever in my heart! Love you
Paul & Pam Hart left a message on September 12, 2022:
We are so very sorry for your loss. Dwayne not only was a loving soul, he always had a sparkle in his eye. Thank you for being my euchre teacher! He will be greatly missed by all.
Kelli Stump left a message on September 11, 2022:
Please accept my deepest condolences. I offer you my heartfelt support and friendship in this difficult time. I am praying for your family’s comfort in each other. With much love, Kelli Stump
Bob Nattermann left a message on September 10, 2022:
Teresa and family. I am so sorry. I worked with him for a long time and can't remember a time he wasn't at NTK. I truly respected his abilities and knowledge. We shared many thoughts about both work and family. I will truly miss him. I'm just in shock and wish the best for you and your family. May you find comfort in his memory and God's love.
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Bob Nattermann left a message on September 10, 2022:
Teresa and family. I am so sorry. I worked with him for a long time and can't remember a time he wasn't at NTK. I truly respected his abilities and knowledge. We shared many thoughts about both work and family. I will truly miss him. I'm just in shock and wish the best for you and your family. May you find comfort in his memory and God's love.
Bob Nattermann left a message on September 10, 2022:
Teresa and family. I am so sorry. I worked with him for a long time and can't remember a time he wasn't at NTK. I truly respected his abilities and knowledge. We shared many thoughts about both work and family. I will truly miss him. I'm just in shock and wish the best for you and your family. May you find comfort in his memory and God's love.
Fred Klaverenga left a message on September 10, 2022:
RIP Dwyane
Teresa Mogle left a message on September 9, 2022:
We will miss all of the good times we had with you and Teresa, all of the cookouts where you were the grill cook. The fun card nights, we have a lot of good memories with you! Such a nice and giving man, you will be missed a lot!❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
Neighbor-friend-unofficial family, Uncle Zac Robinson left a message on September 9, 2022:
I met Dwayne and Teresa three years ago, when we became neighbors. Living next to them has been one of the biggest blessings in my life. We are friends-family now, not only neighbors. Dwayne was one of the most amazing people you could ever know. One of the hardest workers. The Last of the true family man. He loved his family like no other. I loved his sense of humor and his smart Alec teasing. He and Teresa made a lovely home here. One of the “belles” of the neighborhood. Always tidy And so cute. Dwayne was good at many things. Trimming their Rose of Sharon, wasn’t one of them. I’ll Hack it up for you this Autumn. I may have to use a chainsaw to do as well as you did, Dwayne. Ha ha One day last Autumn, we were mowing our yards at the same time. He was done and said “ Zac maybe when you get as old as me you’ll be this fast!” He then grinned and chucked at me. Although I had already mowed my whole yard, he only had mowed his small front yard. One time on Facebook he had commented how “ handsome” Otis our foster dog was. He then had to comment I was talking about the dog Zac, not you! Ha ha. Many people believed Dwayne was understated and quiet. Although once you got to know him, he was the funniest people ever. When Dwayne was still working, he’d leave early in the morning. He probably didn’t know anyone was watching, but he’d give his Subaru a “ German Tune up”. That’s where you floor the car to blow out the sludge and carbon from the engine. I always got a kick out of that. Dwayne and I both can’t stand when people played bad music with extra loud bass. A few select cars do that here. I’m trying to put and End to that buddy. Dwayne did roll up from work one day, while Devo “ Whip It” was blaring from his car stereo. He really was one cool, badaxx. I’m the “ unofficial “ neighborhood watch around here. I always wanted Dwayne to help. He wasn’t very good at it tough. I was going to put a TV on the porch, that pointed out towards the street. Nothing would have got past him then. Ha ha. I can only hope I’m half the man Dwayne was. He was the best. Dwayne and Teresa have unconditional love for each other. They never gave up on each other. True soulmates. I loved Dwayne like a cool older brother/father. What I wouldn’t give for one of your jokes, to see you sitting on the porch, razzing Teresa or to pull up in your truck, one more time. I promise to be here for your family and Teresa. You were one of a kind. They definitely broke the mold when they made you. You are so greatly loved and missed. May you be at peace, Love you Zac
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