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John Myers

John V Myers

Friday, February 3rd, 1933 - Monday, April 6th, 2020
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Obituary

Grace A. and John V. of Riverhead, New York, passed within two days of one another after 65 years of marriage, Grace suddenly on April 2nd in her 85th year after a day of family visits including one with her beloved hospitalized husband, and John following peacefully on April 6th in his 87th year due to complications from lymphoma.

Grace and John were the beloved parents of the late John H. Myers (Paula), and of Laurie A. Myers, Kathleen M. Hynes (Douglas), Steven E. Myers (Jody), and James P. Myers (Jamie). Beloved "Grams and Grandpa” of Veronica, Alexandra, Hannah, Casey, Alana, Ethan, John and James. Beloved great-grandparents of David and Benjamin.


Grace was sister to the late Theodore LaRocque and John was brother to Ann Stephan and to the late Arlene Sugrue. They were cousins, in-laws and “Aunt Grace and Uncle John” to many cherished members of their extended family.
Grace was a history teacher at St. Anthony’s High School in Huntington with a Master of Arts Degree from C.W. Post University. She was beloved by her students and by her many professional and religious colleagues.
John held two Master of Arts degrees from New York Institute of Technology and was active throughout the Northeast in the educational manufacturing sector for much of his highly successful business career. For many years he also taught business and labor relations as an Adjunct Professor at Suffolk County Community College where he enjoyed many fruitful relationships with students and colleagues alike.
John was a Korean War veteran honorably discharged from the Air Force in 1956. He was an Honorary Member of American Legion Wilson Ritchie Post #432 in Port Jefferson Station. As a young man he was an active Member of the Knights of Columbus, WJ Boyd Council in the Bronx.
Grace and John maintained beautiful homes on Long Island which were the settings for many wonderful dinners and barbeques, including many iconic Fourth of July swim fests with family and cherished friends over the course of many happy years.
Family will announce arrangements for a Memorial Service and Interment at Calverton National Cemetery in due course. Funeral arrangements by McCourt and Trudden Funeral Home, Inc., 385 Main Street, Farmingdale.
In lieu of flowers or other tokens of your sympathy, please consider a donation to:
Am. Leg. Wilson Ritch Post 432 PO Box 986 Port Jefferson Station NY 11776
Baby Essentials of Long Island c/o Docs for Tots at docsfortots.org/support
Island Harvest Food Bank www.islandharvest.org.

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    Long Island Cremation Company
    Address
    91 Eads Avenue
    W. Babylon, NY 11704
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