LaDora Christine Meyer
October 17, 1933 - October 31, 2019
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Greenlawn Funeral Home East
3540 East Seminole
Springfield, Missouri 65809
(417) 887-6565 | Map
Sunday 11/3, 1:00 pm - 1:30 pm
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Greenlawn Funeral Home East
3540 East Seminole
Springfield, Missouri 65809
(417) 887-6565 | Map
Sunday 11/3, 1:30 pm

Services for Chris Meyer will be at 1:30 P.M. Sunday November 3, 2019 at Greenlawn Funeral Home East with visitation from 1:00 to 1:30 P.M. Prior to service. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society.

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Krista Luera left a message on November 3, 2019:
Chris was my grandmother. We always lived several states away from my grandmother, but when we came to visit she always made it special. At first they lived on a farm, which had horses we'd feed apples to and a pond that would ice over and we could skate on. Then they moved to the lake and what memories we made there; fishing with Grandpa, feeding squirrels with Nanny and baking with Grandma. We celebrated 4th of Julys watching fireworks over Table Rock Lake. My grandparents always took us to Silver Dollar City and the shows. It was always a magical time when we visited Grandma and Grandpa. What I remember most about my grandmother is the extravagant meals she would make for Thanksgiving or Christmas. She knew how to cook. Her house was always warm and inviting and filled with aromas of home cooked food. She cherished her family and built her life on love and the Lord. She was kind to everyone. As I got older and the younger grandchildren went to bed, I was able to sit at the adult table for a nightcap and browse through old photos as everyone would talk and ruminate. Grandma was excellent at puzzles and always had one out. The house would be decorated to the hilt for Christmas and stockings full and many presents under the tree. She was very generous. Grandma always made a extra effort to come to special events in my life; graduations and such, even though the distance was great and travel was hard. She was a very special woman, I will miss greatly.
Hazel Stevinson left a message on November 1, 2019:
Chris was a dear friend. She loved God her family and her country, the chiefs and the Royals. She had many health battles, but always remained optimistic. I always told her that she “bloomed where she was planted”. She was helpful to many of the residents at the Villages. She was fortunate to have such loving family support. I will miss her greatly, but am confident that she is completely whole now and walking on her own two feet. Much sympathy to the family and prayers for strength in the coming days. Hazel srevinson
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Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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