Jared Meyers Obituary, Ellwood City, Pennsylvania, (1995 – 2024) – Death Notice And Visitation

Death: Jared Meyers Obituary – J. Jared At UPMC Jameson Hospital on Thursday, March 7th, 2024, Sean Meyers, who was 28 years old and from Ellwood City, Pennsylvania passed away. The 13th of August, 1995 found Jared being brought into the world in Ellwood City by his parents, Sean Meyers and Rebecca (Funk) Keefer. At Lincoln High School, where he was a well-respected athlete, Jared graduated with the class of 2014 and left the school.

The captain of the football team, a participant in the Penn-Ohio football game, and a state track and field athlete, he was one of the leading rushers in Ellwood City and went to the state level. In addition to his father, Sean, Jared was also a co-owner and operator of the Meyers Auto Group. The phrase “everything to everyone, all the time” was used to characterize him. He was self-motivated to be the best version of himself that he could be for his family and community he lived in.

Whether it was delivering a joke, his uncanny ability to share stories, or even simply to give you one of his famous tight hugs, Jared’s presence was always noticed. His smile had the capacity to light up an entire room whenever he smiled. From automobiles to motorbikes and scooters, he had a passion for everything that had to do with the automotive industry. Jared was a highly active part of the Peloton community, and he even achieved a position in the top one percent of achievers, something he was quite pleased of.

As a last point of interest, Jared will be remembered for being the most wonderful father, son, husband, brother, and friend. He will be sorely missed by everyone who had the privilege of knowing him. Cassidy (Court) Meyers, his wife and the love of his life, whom he married on October 19, 2019, his loving son and “mini-me,” Griffin, and his wife are among many who will miss him. Jared Meyers, both of Ellwood City, mother, Rebecca Keefer and her fiance Mark Mathias of Monroeville, father

Sean (Shelli) Meyers of New Galilee, sister, Morgan Meyers and her fiance Billy Plante of Baltimore, maternal grandmother, Joan “E-Ma” Funk of Fombell, paternal grandparents, Warren and Denise Meyers of North Sewickley Township, step-grandmother, “Grammy” Linda McBride of Enon Valley, father-in-law, Mayor Tony Court of Ellwood City and mother-in-law, Stacy Court of Ellwood City, sister-in-law, Ashley (Zac) Carr, brother-in-law, Kevin Court, nephew, Conner Carr, his cat, Steve French Meyers, and many aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.

Skip Funk, his maternal grandfather, and Leslie McBride, his step-grandfather, passed away before him. He was the seventh of seven children. On the Sunday, March 10th, 2024, visitation will take place at the Samuel Teolis Funeral Home and Crematory from twelve o’clock in the afternoon to sixo’clock in the evening. Reverend Bobby Griffith will preside over the funeral service that will be held on Monday for the family in private. A bank account has been set for Griffin by his family in memory of his father. This is in place of sending flowers.

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