Amos Lewin Myles

Amos Lewin Myles

Amos Lewin Myles, age 96, of Montevallo passed away peacefully in his home on March 24, 2020.  Amos served his country with valor in WWll on the frontlines in the 34th Infantry Division (The Red Bull) in Italy as a heavy machine gunner. He received the American Service Medal, World War II Victory Medal, European-African-Middle Eastern Service medal with 3 Bronze Stars.  The last entry in the diary that he kept while in the service was “Home at last”.  He was a long time member of The First United Methodist Church of Alabaster.

Amos was preceded in death by his parents, Richard and Mary Myles; loving wife of 63 years, Barbara Myles; and his son, Richard Myles.  He is survived by his son, Terry Myles; grandsons, Matt Myles (Heather), Chase Myles (Jessica), Chris Myles (Samantha), Tre’ Myles (McKenzie); and great-grandchildren, Mady Grace Myles, Cade Myles, Mia Kate Myles, Camden Myles, McKenzie Myles and Marlo Myles.  Amos will be interred in the Alabama National Cemetery on Friday, April 3, 2020. Due to our recent climate there will be a private family service now, followed with a Celebration of Life Service at a later date.

In lieu of flowers the family request a love offering be sent to:

The First United Methodist Church of Alabaster

10903 Hwy 119

Alabaster, Alabama  35007

(205) 663-0509

https://alabasterfumc.com/giving/


3 thoughts on “Amos Lewin Myles

  1. Mr. Myles was a good man, and a wonderful neighbor. He was our neighbor for many years in Woodland Hills and always a very interesting, kind person to visit with.

  2. We are so sorry for your great loss.
    ‘Papa Amos’ was a precious man and he held a special place in the hearts of the McNish family.
    The entire Myles family also holds a special place in our hearts and we will be thinking of and praying for all of you.
    Many Prayers and Much Love,
    JR & Cissy McNish

  3. We are so sorry to hear of Mr. Myles passing. I feel very honored to have known him and been his neighbor for many years. Rest in peace GREAT man you will be missed.
    Love, The Nunn Family

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