Maxwell Meyers

Maxwell Meyers

Friday, September 19th, 1924 - Sunday, February 24th, 2019
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MEYERS- Maxwell
94, of Bedford. Entered Eternal Rest on February 24, 2019. Devoted husband of 62 years to the late Evalyn Saidel Meyers, whom he met while both were working at Jewish Family and Children’s Services. A native of Malden, MA and graduate of Suffolk University, Mr. Meyers also was formerly employed by the United States Army Labs at Natick, MA as a food packing scientist; a position from which he retired only at age 84. Mr. Meyers was a veteran of the US Army Air Forces’ Fifth Air Force in the Pacific at the end of World War II and was for many years a state vice president of the Association of the United States Army. In Bedford, he was a parent teacher organization volunteer and Scoutmaster. Into his 90’s he enjoyed many Appalachian Mountain Club trips and camps. Beloved father of Peter Meyers and his husband Charles Terenzio. Dear brother of the late Leonard Meyers and Uncle to seven nieces and nephews. Services at the Goldman Funeral Chapel, 174 Ferry Street (Off Route 60) MALDEN on Wednesday February 27 at 12 Noon. Interment in Peabody. Memorial week at home will be private. In lieu of flowers, expressions of sympathy may be made to the Jewish Family and Children’s Services
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Service Details

  • Service

    Wednesday, February 27th, 2019 | 12:00pm
    Wednesday, February 27th, 2019 12:00pm
    Goldman Funeral Chapel
    174 Ferry St.
    MALDEN, MA 02148
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    Rabbi Robert Goldstein
  • Interment

    Lebanon Tifereth Israel Cemetery
    Route 128 North
    PEABODY, MA 01960
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Rob Dobson

Posted at 09:15am
Peter, Sincere condolences to you and Charles. I always enjoyed seeing your father when he was gardening with us at the Jordan Community Gardens in recent years (and you as well). Even though I didn't get to know him well, I could easily see he was an extraordinary man, strong-minded and full of energy. As an Eagle Scout, I especially appreciate all his efforts for Boy Scouts. May his memory be for a blessing.
Rob Dobson



Posted at 12:31pm

My sincere condolences to the family . It is very sad to lose a loved one, as there is never enough time spent with them. May you find comfort in your memories of Maxwell, and may Jehovah, the God of all comfort, help you to cope. He gives us his promise at Revelation 21:3,4 to wipe away every tear and put an end to pain and death. May this hope bring comfort and strength to your heart.


Ian Glomski

Posted at 09:42am
I have many fond memories of spending time camping in the woods with Mac and my fellow boy scouts. I learned so many life lessons from him it is hard to count. He clearly impacted my (and many other scout's) life for the better through his wisdom and heart. I can only aspire to be as good a man as Mac was. -Ian Glomski, Eagle Scout 1990 Troop 114

Anne Kanies

Posted at 04:32pm
May you find comfort and peace in the wonderful and loving memories that you've gathered through the years. It was a privilege to know Mac-a true gentleman and patriot. With sincere sympathy.
Tom, Anne and Thomas Kanies

Norm Harkins

Posted at 04:07pm
Our thoughts and prayers are with the Meyers family that this most difficult time. Mac was
and outstanding individual, and a long time member of the Association of the United States
Army (AUSA), worked tirelessly in the support of the soldiers and their families. May he
rest if peace. Norm Harins , AUSA

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