Holly Renee (Harris) Myers
Holly was a lifelong resident of Salem and a graduate of Glenvar High School and National College. Her top concern and priority in life was the well being of her two beautiful boys. She was the perfect combination of Tomboy and GirlyGirl. She loved hoodies, muddin', 4 wheelin', and fast cars, especially Mustangs. She loved getting her nails done, makeup, purses, jewelry and cute shoes. She lived her life with a fierce, determined, confident Independence. She was bold, brave and fearless. She was sweet and even salty at times.
She began her battle with Brain Cancer in December of '04. Under the exemplary care of Dr. David Schiff, Neurologist, at UVA and an excellent team of interns/residents, P.A.s and nurses. A special thank you to Diane Rexrode R.N. and Amanda Lane R.N., whom Holly could count on, no matter the issue or concern. With the skilled care and compassion of Dr. Schiff and his team, Holly lived, laughed, loved and learned much longer than anyone expected. Dr. Schiff told her that he was so impressed by her. She had a tenacious ability to overcome and thrive against the odds. He even called her his "Poster Child". She never gave up and continued to set goals and achieve them, all while fighting her own war. She will be forever Loved, Missed and Remembered as a Beautiful, Bold, Brave, Fierce, Confident, and Fearless Warrior.
That is Holly Renee.
Holly is preceded by grandparents, Lewis and Geraldine Harris; and great grand parents, Bill and Thelma Bradshaw and Thurman and Elsie Scott.
Holly is survived by Colton Wilson, son, of Salem, VA., Ryland Myers, son, of Blairs, VA. , Zach Harris, Brother, Ashely Harris, Sister-in-law,
Cohen, Caleb and Presley, Nephews and Niece, all of Conway, SC; Mydonna Harris, Mother (Jeff), Roanoke, VA; Tyrone Harris, Father (wife, Claudia), Fincastle, VA; Andy and Lisa Scott, Phillip and Vicki Scott, Seth and Brandy Scott (Lucy), Chelsea and Daniel Palmer (Ethan), Levi and Leah Scott (Lincoln), Aunts, Uncles and Cousins, all of Salem, VA.; Donald Fizer, her kind, loving and compassionate Boyfriend, who provided tender, loving care to the very end.
Memorial service will be held on Tuesday, October 13, 2020, 4 p.m. at Lotz Funeral Home. Family will received friends from 3 to 4 p.m. prior to memorial service.
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