Elizabeth Michelle Myers

Elizabeth Michelle Myers



Elizabeth Michelle Myers, 37, Bonner Springs, Kansas died Wednesday, November 28, 2012 at her home.

She was born July 21, 1975, in Kansas City, Missouri to Bill and Nancy Huntsman.

Elizabeth married Greg Myers on May 26, 2001. He survives of the home.

Liz was an Associate with Ronald W. Nelson PA, which has its offices in Lenexa, Kansas. She joined the firm in 2012. She attended Washburn University School of Law and obtained her Juris Doctor in 2004.

She was a member of the Johnson County, Kansas Bar Association, the Kansas Bar Association, the American Bar Association, Phi Delta Phi legal fraternity, Women Attorneys of Manhattan, the Kansas Women Attorneys Association, and the Kansas Child Support Enforcement Association.   Survivors: husband, Greg, Bonner Springs, Kansas; two children, Keaton and Evelyn; parents, Bill Huntsman and Nancy Huntsman; brothers, Steve Johnson (Kimberly), and Joe Huntsman; and nieces and a nephew.    Memorial Services:  1:00 P.M. Monday, Meierhoffer Funeral Home & Crematory, St. joseph, Missouri.  The family will receive friends one hour prior to the service, Meierhoffer Funeral Home & Crematory.  The family suggests memorial gifts to a charity of the donor’s choice.

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Messages of Condolence

  1. Dave Walker says:


    I can’t image what you are goint through. Please know that my thoughts are with you and your family.

    Call if there is anything I can do.

    With deepest sympathy,


  2. Kaylie Vitt says:

    I will miss my sister, if there is anything I can do all you have to do is say the word!

  3. Kim Wollenberg says:

    Greg and Family,
    I am so sorry for this loss. No one can imagine the loss you guys are going through right now. Liz touched everyone she met. She helped me though things that were not her job or her responsibility. She did it for the love of others. I will personally miss her forever. Please give Keaton and Evie my best and if I can help out at all, please let me know. If you need a break and need some help with the kids. Let me know as well. She did so much for me I am more than happy to help with anything I can.

  4. Natalie says:


    Thinking of you, you’re definitely in my thoughts and prayers.

    Sorry for what you are going through.


  5. Tiana McElroy says:

    I am so sorry for your family’s loss. She was truly a great woman and was loved by everyone who knew her. I will keep your family in my prayers.


  6. Sara Vanderbilt says:

    So very sorry for your unexpected loss of Liz. I only met her this summer for her photo session, and she was an amazing soul. Thankful to have met her. We will be praying for your family.

  7. Chris Wood says:

    As Liz’s English teacher and Scholars’ Bowl coach in high school, I knew what a treasure she was–patient, caring about those around her, helping others, enjoying learning, enjoying creativity. I am thinking and praying for all of you, and caring.

  8. Terri Cunningham, Colorado says:

    Greg, I regret I did not get to know Elizabeth. But I am so very thankful for her wisdom and understanding. Through her guidance a very special woman in my life has been made stronger because of your wife. I weep for your loss, to lose one’s Soul mate is hard. I pray you will let these people help you grieve. Blessings and Peace.

  9. Jaime Anthony says:

    Dear Myers Family,
    There are no words to describe how sorry I am for your loss. Liz was a wonderful lady and I feel lucky to have met her and your family this year. I will do my very best to give Keaton all the love and support he needs each day at school. I will keep you all in my thoughts and prayers.
    Jaime Anthony

  10. Cheryl myers grom says:

    Greg you have lost way too many loved ones in your young life. God Bless you and family

  11. Cheryl myers grom says:

    God Bless you and your kids

  12. Steve Henry says:

    Greg, you and your children have my deepest condolences. Liz was a classmate of mine at Washburn University School of Law where I first met her in 2001. It was easy to like and converse with Liz. I know she was excited about coming to work for the law firm in Lenexa, because we talked about it a year ago when we attended a CLE together in Lawrence. I feel sad for so many people with Liz’s passing away. I first feel deep sorrow for you and the children. I feel sadness for the law firm who hired her because they have just lost both a valuable friend and resource. And I feel deep sadness for all the rest of us who knew, appreciated, and loved Liz. She was genuinely a nice person and she will certainly be missed.

  13. Quincy B. Daniels says:

    God Bless the Huntsman Family during these
    hard times.

  14. David Lott says:

    Greg and Family,

    We are so sorry. Please know that you all are in our thoughts and prayers.

    David and Amanda Lott

  15. Keith Shurtleff says:


    Amidst my shock and sorrow, I pray that you, Keaton and Evie will be lifted, blessed, and strengthend and will come to know of that Peace, which passeth all understanding.

    May I Corinthians Chapter 15 bring you peace!


  16. Winola Green says:

    May God give you courage and peace as you go through this time of deep sorrow. My whole family, Andrew, Stephen and their wives, and John share in your grief and pray for you, your children and family. Remember always God’s everlasting love.

    Winola Green

  17. Wes Lindquist says:

    Greg, Heather and I are so sorry to hear of your loss. There is no way I know how you feel but I pray God provides you strength and comfort. I will also pray for your children. Sorry I will not make the Memorial Service but I will be out of town. Let us know if there is anything we can do.

  18. Jessica Darnell-Blue says:

    My sincerest and heartfelt condolences reach out to Greg and your beautiful children. Liz (Michelle) was a highschool classmate and friend. She was amazingly smart and beautiful inside and out. One of the most free spirited and open minded people I have ever met. I am a better person for knowing her. Her kindness is her legacy and while only with us a brief time, I believe she made the world a better place. She is an inspiration to us all.

  19. Nanci & Gary Oswald says:

    Dear Greg & Family ~ We are so sorry for your loss. Our hearts reach out to you in prayer. “Jesus Christ….has loved us and given us everlasting comfort and hope.” II THESSALONIANS 2:16

  20. Marsha Nelson says:

    My prayers are with the family during your grieving. Michelle was in my French classes in high school. She was a wonderful person. May God Bless you.

    Marsha Nelson

  21. chris farr says:

    My memories of Michele growing up I will always remember. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

  22. Gloria Hicks says:

    We are sorry your dear loved one has fallen asleep in death. God is for us a refuge and strength. A help that is readily to be found during distresses. God never meant for our lives to be taken away at all. However, we have the hope of being brought back to life again (John 11:41-44).

  23. Alix Harris-Ritter says:

    My thoughts and prayers are with you today, my friend. I wish you Godspeed on this new journey and send hope, love & strength to your precious family.

  24. Tommi Ringel (Farr) says:

    I want you all to know that I am thinking about you all and praying that you find peace.

  25. Jeff Norling says:


    We were shocked and saddened to hear about your loss. Shelly and I are here for you and the girls if there is anything we can do. Please do not hesitate to call if you need to talk!

    Jeff and Shelly Norling

  26. Emily says:

    I am thankful and blessed to have called Liz my friend.

    My thoughts and prayers are with her family and everyone who knew her.

  27. Sheila says:

    I’m sharing in the sorrow and remembrance of our wonderful friend. Sending thoughts and prayers.

  28. Sheila Hochhauser says:

    Dear Greg, Evie, and Keaton: I can’t tell you how much it meant to me to have your mother/wife as my friend and colleague. It was always wonderful to see her friendly face in the courtroom. Even before I became a judge, she was always a most reaonsable opponent. Your loss is a great one and many of us are grieving with and for y ou. May Liz’s memory be for blessing.

  29. Madelyn Raska says:

    I am shocked to hear belatedly of Michelle’s death. I knew her as a student at Southwest Elementary in Bonner Springs many years ago. So saddened to hear the news, she was a wonderful student and friend. My thoughts are with her family.

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