Moore Bradley Myers partner Stanley Myers has died at the age of 47.
Myers died unexpectedly Sept. 27, a news release from the law firm says.
MBM managing partner Christian Spradley asked that community members turn their attention to praying for Stanley’s wife, Tashia, and their two young children.
His service and spirit of giving back to the community was unparalleled.
As a Citadel alumnus, and four-year starting quarterback for the Bulldogs, Myers was elected to the university’s board of visitors. He also served on the Lexington Medical Center board of directors and was the founder of the Swansea Mentoring Program.
Every Christmas, Stanley proudly hosted the town of Swansea’s Bike Bonanza. Myers opened Countryside BBQ restaurant in Swansea in 2022, the release says.
As an attorney, Myers was selected as a 2023 Leadership in Law honoree by South Carolina Lawyers Weekly. Myers deployed to Afghanistan as a captain with the 218th Infantry Brigade in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. As a lieutenant colonel, he served as the staff judge advocate for the 59th Troop Command at McEntire Joint National Guard Base.
A drop-in for family and friends was held from 4 to 9 p.m. Sept. 28 at The Gala, 1801 Bush River Road.