Eymery advocated expanding numismatics worldwide as a member of the Board of Governors and in her career. Eymery worked for Spink and Sons and was Vice President of International Business Development at PCGS. She also worked for the French Mint that taught her the global market dynamics.
While considering running for the Board of Governors in 2021, I spoke with Eymery about our shared ideas about the hobby. We found a common interest in expanding numismatics beyond the basics to include the world community and other collectibles. Eymery was a bright light in the future of the numismatic community.
Stan Chu of Boston Rare Coins and Collectibles wrote on Facebook that Eymery’s sister Carol said that Muriel had battled lung cancer for the last six months. She “passed away peacefully and painlessly in her [sister’s] arms.”
As a memorial to Muriel Eymery, I will make made a donation in her memory to the ANA. Please consider doing the same.