Delta Arnold Meyers, 64, a retired industrial specialist for the Department of Commerce's Office of Export Administration, died May 2 at a hospital in Stuart, Fla., after a stroke. She was stricken while on vacation.

Mrs. Meyers was born in Eglon, W.V. After coming here in the early 1940s, she attended Strayer College business school and worked in sales for Woodward & Lopthrop department store.

She began her government service about 1942, became a secretary with the Commerce Department, and was an industrial specialist in the computer division when she retired in 1976

In 1944, she married Henry B. Meyers, a free-lance commercial artist. They lived in Hyattsville until moving to Deale Beach, Md., about three years ago.

Mrs. Meyers was active in the Washington City Churh of the Brethren, where she served on various boards and sang in the church choir.

Besides her husband, survivors include four sisters, Emolah Arnold of Arlington, Wilma A. Buckle of Fairfax, Elounie Dalyai of Forestville and Yvonne Williams of Elizabethtown, Pa.

The family suggests that expressions of sympathy be in the form of contributions to the Washington City Church of the Brethren or to the American Heart Association. CAPTION: Picture, DELTA A. MEYERS