Vilma Ansley (Bim) Meyer, of Oxford, passed away peacefully in her sleep, Jan. 11, 2017, at 89 years of age. A native of Atlanta, Mrs. Meyer was a teacher with the Newton County Department of Education from 1950 to 1969, at which time she retired for health reasons. During her adult years, she enjoyed playing tennis, traveling and playing bridge. Mrs. Meyer shared her love of bridge when writing a column in The Covington News, aptly titled, “Bridge by Bim.” She was preceded in death by her parents, Eugene and Mary (Hilley) Ansley.
Survivors include her loving husband of 67.5 years, Dr. Carlos B. Meyer; daughters and son-in-law, Maridel Meyer Reynolds of Monticello, Cyndi M. Evans and her husband, Vincent Evans, Jr. of Conyers; grandchildren, Greg and Missy Anderson, Jonathan Reynolds, Anna Kate Reynolds, Nick and Danielle Reynolds, Brandon and Leslie Evans, Ansley and Bobby Britton; great-grandchildren, Blaine Reynolds, Ashtyn Reynolds, Teagen Reynolds, Kimbrel Britton, Tyler Britton and Gavin Harrison.
A private graveside service was held.