Deputy Earvin E. Myers.

Deputy Myers is a native of South Carolina and graduated from Macedonia High School in June 1979.  He enlisted into the US Navy in September 1979.  During his 20 years of active duty service, Deputy Myers was the Senior Watch Coordinator of more than 700 enlisted men and women onboard the USS George Washington (CVN-73) in the Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Department.  While stationed at NAS Oceana he was one of four Team Leaders of the Auxiliary Security Force and he became state certified as an Armed/Unarmed Security Guard with American International Security Specialist. 

On October 01, 1999, Deputy Myers honorably retired from the US Navy and later was employed at the Western Tidewater Regional Jail as a Jail Officer.  In July 2000, Deputy Myers was hired on as a Patrol Deputy at the Isle of Wight County Sheriff's Office.  In April 2005, he was assigned as the School Resource Officer at Smithfield High School where he incorporated the Student Safety Advisory Committee and became active in the Isle of Wight/Surry Relay for Life campaign in 2006.  In May of 2012 to present, Deputy Myers has been assigned to the Isle of Wight County Courthouse to perform the duties of Court Security/Bailiff as well as to transport prisoners.  

 Deputy Myers is married and resides in Carrollton, VA with his wife and 15 year old daughter.  Deputy Myers and his family are members of the Dunamis Christian Center located in Newport News, Va.  He enjoys playing board games (is working to patient, license and distribute a new board game) and various video games along with an occasional dip in the pool and bike riding.

MESSAGE/SAFETY TIP:

Behave and speak to others as you would want them to behave and speak towards you.  You will find life to be so much better without the unnecessary conflicts.