Deacon William H. Myers Death, Obituary – Cause Of Death

On June 15, 2022, William H. Myers, 86, of North Arlington, New Jersey, passed away. On June 3, 1995, he received permanent deaconate ordination in the Archdiocese of Newark. Since then, he has worked for 27 years at Queen of Peace Church in North Arlington, where he is well-known as Deacon Bill. He belonged to the Friends of Erin in Kearny, the West Hudson Retreat Group, and the Knights of Columbus Queen of Peace Council 3428 in North Arlington. He was also a 4th Degree member of the Peter B. O’Connor Assembly. He worked as a comptroller and financial officer for RCA, Brinks Warehousing, Artistic Enterprises, Saint Francis Hospital of Jersey City, and Haba International, Newark during the course of his career. Bill worked as an internal auditor at The Valley Hospital in Paramus, New Jersey, where he concluded his career. He enjoyed going to work every day.

His nieces Olivia Myers, Sue Jean (David) Lee, Mina Yi, nephew John (Katharine) Myers, grandnieces Mary and Helen Schlachter, Matilda Myers, Sabrina Lee, and grandnephew Charles Myers survive him. His brother Robert Myers of North Arlington is also left to cherish his memory. His parents Herbert and Margaret Myers, his sister-in-law Maria Myers, and his nephew Robert Myers predeceased him. William, who was born in Kearny, New Jersey, went to Saint Cecelia’s High School and Saint Peter’s College before relocating to North Arlington. He proudly served in the Third Division of the American Army for two years while stationed in Germany. At Fairleigh Dickinson University, he continued his study, earning a master’s degree in business administration. Bill was happiest when he kept in touch with all of his relatives in Scotland, both at home and overseas.

Everybody’s birthdays and other life milestones like marriages, matriculations, and baptisms were noted by him. Because he played that function for most members of his family, even some who were not related, he was known simply as Uncle. William loved to cruise and was a seasoned traveler. He purchased a modest beach house in the 1980s, and it quickly became his favorite destination to spend the summers with his family. Except for sushi, he was never hesitant to sample “just a taste” of any dish on the menu. A cup of tea and a muffin were always within reach. He was never too old to visit Disney World or watch the Rockettes. Even in his final days, his exceptional memory allowed him to recall almost everyone’s names and specifics.

Tuesday, June 21 at 10 a.m. the funeral will leave the Parow Funeral Home at 185 Ridge Road in North Arlington and go to Queen of Peace Church in North Arlington for the funeral mass at 11 a.m. Holy Cross Cemetery in North Arlington will serve as the last resting place. On Monday from 3 to 7 PM, there will be a visitation at the funeral home. The Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth at Convent Station, NJ, or St. Peter’s University in Jersey City, NJ, would both accept memorial contributions in his honor. htt


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