Dr. John T. Myles
June 28, 1931 - May 20, 2022
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Abingdon Episcopal Church
4645 Geo. Wash Mem. Hwy
White, Marsh 23183
Saturday 6/11, 11:00 am
Abingdon Episcopal Church
4645 Geo. Wash Mem. Hwy
White, Marsh 23183
Saturday 6/11

Reception to follow in church Parish Hall.

Dr. John T. Myles, of Gloucester, Virginia died May 20, 2022 at his home. Born in Fayetteville, West Virginia on June 28, 1931, he was the third child of the late Thomas Aquilla Myles and Rouena Eberly Myles.  He finished high school in 1948, earned a B.A. and a B.S. degree at West Virginia University,…

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Fred DeWitt left a message on May 28, 2022:
My profound sorrow in learning of John's passing. I enjoyed the walks we took and the humorous and always upbeat spirit he possessed. I feel privileged to have known such a person, and to have been able to call him "Uncle John".
reginald r cooper left a message on May 24, 2022:
John was my classmate in medical school. He was a great person and a superb friend. We corresponded by email many times during the last several years. We attended several reunions together at WVU. John's humor always brightened the day.. I will miss him. I trust that God gave him an easy passage from this world to the next eternal one! May God bless Joan and the family. Reginald Cooper M.D.
Dr. John M. Wendell Jr. left a message on May 22, 2022:
I was so sorry to see John's obituary in today's daily press. I have so many fond memories of John during my internship at Riverside [1971-2], as a Radiology Resident [1972-5], and finally as his partner at PRA. John could effortlessly make all those around him feel at ease with his kind and outgoing personality. His endless array of great jokes made me always think that his 2nd profession could be that of a stand-up comedian. He was a wonderful man and I'm very sorry for your family's loss. I was extremely fortunate to have him as such an important part of my early career in Radiology. I'll cherish his memory for the rest of my days.
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