Father William S. Myers
Archdiocese of San Francisco
- 1988-1991: Our Lady of Fatima (Modesto, CA)
- 1991-1994: St. Bernard’s (Tracy, CA)
- 1994-1995: St. Jude’s (Ceres, CA)
- 1995-2000: Absent on leave
- 2000-2001: St. Vincent de Paul (San Francisco, CA)
- 2001-2005: St. Anne’s (San Francisco, CA)
- 2005-2007: St. Brendan’s (San Francisco, CA)
- 2007-2011: St. Raymond’s (Menlo Park, CA)
Summary of Sexual Abuse Allegations Against Father William S. Myers:
In 2011, Fr. William Myers was removed from his position at St. Raymond’s Church for a “boundary violation” after it became known by the Archdiocese of San Francisco that he had followed a 17-year-old boy into a San Francisco clothing store dressing room the previous month. The boy’s father saw what happened and banged on the dressing room door before anything had happened. He called the Police, but no charges were pressed because he stopped the act.
Myers acknowledged he had a sexual addiction, but he thought the boy was over 18. In the mid-to-late-1990s, Fr. William Myers took a leave of absence to receive treatment for sex addiction and “sexual identity issues.” Fr. Myers’ whereabouts since 2011 are unknown.
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