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PCC Athletics Mourns Loss Of Equipment Assistant Stevie Myers
Stevie Myers, a long-time equipment assistant for the Pasadena City College intercollegiate athletic teams, has passed away at the age of 55. Myers died at his home this past weekend. Although details of his death were not released, Myers experienced an on-going battle with diabetes.
Myers' relationship with PCC athletics goes back 35 years as first a volunteer before officially joining the workforce in November of 1993. Myers worked many of PCC's home basketball games, including serving as an official game timer and scoreboard operator while manning his various equipment-related duties.
A tireless worker but one known for his jovial personality, Myers performed numerous tasks at many Lancers' sporting events and was a fixture at all PCC football games, home and away. Myers worked under the direction of PCC equipment manager Terry Tapley as well as equipment attendant Dana Stoddard, who along with the rest of the Kinesiology, Health & Athletics Division are mourning the loss of their colleague.
[Photo--File photo of Stevie Myers.]
Release Date: 08/01/12