Roberta Meyers

Roberta Meyers

Moved on recently. We love her, all of us. Roberta Meyers is one of the greatest world-reknown writers of the pervious and present centuries. Poetry, theater, production and screen play; musician, composer, publisher; all the way from her First-people of America culture to the Gospel of our Lord. She was in Seattle Opera in the 1960’s and film for movies. She was the prime recipient of the chataqua Grant of the National Endowment for the Arts of PBS, and produced, wrote and directed “Coyote Cobweb’s Dream” all over the Southwest, U.SA. to Washington D.C., at the Smithsonian - a play done by her students (Children of all ages and all cultures from our Mother Earth and the U.S.A.). She started and ran “Moonfine Gallery” which she opened in 1970. She helped her husband start an art career and he became a world-reknown artist. Thank you, Mother Roberta, for all your love, patience, and teachings. We will see you in the future! December 14, 1938 to Good Friday, 2021. Blessings! You made us Great, Your Family

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