Cade Myrick Obituary, Death – Myrick was the kind of man who gave everything he had to the love of his friends and family. Those who were fortunate enough to have known Skip were able to enjoy his infectious sense of humor, charming personality, genuine grin, and infectious laugh. Skip was a true jokester. He never encountered somebody he did not know, and he was never at a loss for words.
In addition to having an excellent work ethic, Skip was the best repairman in the world, and he never failed to find time to assist his family. Skip was the epitome of a truly unselfish spirit, and he took great joy in being of service to and assisting other people. Skip, who was an avid fan of beach music, the Great Smoky Mountains, the Carolina Tarheels, and the Dallas Cowboys, lived for the time he got to spend with his family doing things they enjoyed together, whether it was going on a trip or simply spending a peaceful evening in the kitchen together.
He also liked the Dallas Cowboys. Skip was one of those people who could make any situation more enjoyable with their raucous laughing. In addition to that, he enjoyed boating, waterskiing, and riding ATVs in his spare time. Skip was a dedicated son, a cherished brother, and a loving uncle to a large number of nieces and nephews, all of whom he cherished and cared for as if they were his own children.
In the perspective of his younger brothers, nieces, and nephews, he took on the role of a father figure, passing on his knowledge and the lessons of life that he had learned. His grandfather, Virginia “Bubber” Myrick, his father, Maryland “Bubber” Myrick, and three of his uncles, Julian Thompson, Bo Thompson, and Kenny Thompson, all passed away before Skip.
He leaves behind his mother, Lorraine Myrick, of Tarboro; his sister, Susan Myrick, also of Tarboro; his brothers, Kenny Myrick (Kristina) of Nashville, TN and Kevin Myrick (Heather) of Pinetops; his nieces and nephews, Di’ana Worrells, Kristen Worrells, Avery Myrick, Katlyn Myrick, Cyla Pierce (Cole), and Harley Abrams; and a multitude of aunts, cousin Along with him, Skip had to say goodbye to his devoted and rescued friends Wallace Wilson, Gabby, Maggie, Lola, and Izzy.
On Wednesday, October 21, 2020 beginning at 12:00 pm and Thursday, October 22, commencing at 12:00 pm, the Myrick family will be present at the residence of Kevin and Heather Myrick to greet guests who wish to pay them a visit.Pinetops, North Carolina 27864 643 Kate Road On the following Friday, October 23, 2020, at 2:00 pm, a graveside service will be performed at Edgecombe Memorial Park in Tarboro, with Pastor Mike Chatt serving as the officiant.