Warren Douglas Myrick
February 22, 1960- January 7, 2020
Warren Douglas Myrick, 59, passed away on January 7, 2020 surrounded by his beloved family and many dear friends.
Doug was preceded in death by his daddy: Horace Myrick; and grandparents: Robert and Verona Myrick and Alvin and Neva Bryant.
He leaves behind to celebrate his life: his faithful wife of 40 years: Terri; his mother: Sheila; daughters: Tiffany (Mike) Settle and Regina Lashley; a son by choice: Jessie Janes; grandchildren: Alia Janes, Taryn Janes; Kaley Lashley, Chelsi Lashley, Shelby Lashley, Easton Settle, and Emberly Settle; brother: Alvin (Jane) Myrick; and sister: Sharon (Ricky) McCrory. Doug was loved by a host of relatives and friends who all adored him. He was so much to so many and will be missed!
Doug graduated from J.M. Tate High School in 1978. He worked at various jobs throughout his lifetime to support his family, but his most cherished job was being a daddy and Pawpaw. He loved his girls and was always there whenever they needed him. Camping and fishing was a favorable pastime, doing flower arrangements, decorating his home “BIG” for Christmas, spending time with Alvin looking at the cows and never forgot to have coffee with Momma in the afternoons. But most of all, Doug was known for his big heart and love for all people, especially his family.
Our sincerest thanks and appreciation go out to the entire Oncology Department at Sacred Heart Hospital, the nurses on the 2nd floor and everyone at Covenant Hospice for the love and care shown to our beloved.
Visitation will be held at Bellview Church of Christ on Saufley Field Road in Pensacola on Friday, January 10, 2020 from 12 noon until 1:30 PM, with funeral services beginning at 1:30 PM. Pallbearers will be Bruce Myrick, Ralph Mears, Cameron Boies, Duane Bond, Bob Fincher, and Mike Evans. Internment will immediately follow the service at Little Flock Cemetery, Molino. Reception/fellowship to follow at the home of his mother on Sunshine Hill Road, Molino.