David W Byers  October 6 1941  November 2 2018

David W Byers October 6 1941 November 2 2018

Obituary for David W. Byers BYERS, David Waldo “Buck” of Plano, Texas, born October 6, 1941, passed away peacefully surrounded by family and friends on November 2, 2018. David grew up in Chattanooga, Ohio where his father, Waldo Byers was a Lutheran Pastor and his mother, Elsie Bennett Byers was a School Teacher. He went to University of Miami of Ohio for undergraduate and then to University of Cincinnati where he earned a J.D. Law Degree. Early in his law career, he moved to southern California where he started his lifelong career at J.C. Penney as a Labor Law Attorney and then when the company relocated to Plano, Texas, he found Texas to be home for over 30 years. Later in his life, his days were filled spending time with his children, grandchildren and traveling the world with his beloved wife and best friend, Nancy Hornbuckle Byers. His zest and curiosity to travel the world was remarkable and shared with many of his friends and family. David is survived by his “sweetie” and wife of over 26 years, Nancy Hornbuckle Byers and his loving daughter, Jennifer “Jenn” Byers Carter and husband, J.J. Carter, their children Audrey and Errol Carter and son, Brian David Byers and his daughter, Brianna Byers, sisters, Marcille Edgell and Eileen Hurless, step-sons Steven and Corey Grimes and step-grandchildren, Doey Grimes Nelson and Sara Grimes. A private memorial with family and friends will be held in January 2019. To send flowers or a memorial gift to the family of David W. Byers please visit our Sympathy Store.

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  1. Attempting to locate wife “Nancy.” I think we must live near one another, we both lived in Tyler many years ago. Her son Steve, is slightly younger than my daughter Keri. Would love to speak with her…
    Barbara Singer

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