In Memory

Gary Myeroff

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10/29/17 11:15 AM #1    

Stephanie Katz (Farley)

Gary Marc Myeroff

January 4, 1947 - October 26, 2017


Graveside Service

Monday, October 30, 2017

10:30 AM - 11:00 AM

Chesed Shel Emeth Cemetery

3740 Ridge Rd

Cleveland, OH 44144

10/29/17 12:13 PM #2    

Ralph Solonitz

Gary was a good guy.
Got to ride motorcycles with him years ago.
Would say hello when visiting my mom at Menorah.
Rest in peace...we are all just visitors...
Love each other.

10/29/17 12:54 PM #3    

David Brown of us. May Gary’s eternal journey be what he wants it to be.

10/30/17 07:49 AM #4    

Sherry Kaplan (Roberts)

Gary you and I go back a long way. Living next door to my aunt we would play on the swings together. Then in 7th grade at Wiley we went steady for a bit. Sorry we lost touch as we aged. Hope your life was a good one. 

10/30/17 11:24 AM #5    

Shari Grischkan (Goodman)

I did not know him very well, but I remember him from high school as a kind friendly guy.  May he rest in peace!

10/30/17 03:11 PM #6    

Joel Weiner

I have known Gary, literally, all my life - (being first cousins helps a lot!  ;-) lol)​He was two weeks older than me, so I have to give him my due respect, being that he was my "elder" -lol.  He was a great guy!  We were very close, having a lot in common.  He had a great personality, was very easy to converse with, about anything.   We both loved rock 'n' roll immensely, both loved playing drums (he had his own rock band when he lived in the Youngstown area many years ago), we would spend hours "getting into" watching various "live" in-concert rock videos (The Beatles, Rolling Stones, Eagles, AC/DC, etc etc), talking rock trivia, joking around together, etc.  I never forgot how thrilled he was when I gave him a copy of Joel Whitburn's "Billboard's Book of Top 40 Hits", which was like an encyclopedia of pop music. (We both considered it our new "Bible"! -lol lol)  We had so many fun times together, I wouldn't know where to start!

I got a feeling he's up in heaven, jammin' and shmoozin' with the likes of John Lennon, George Harrison, Tom Petty, and other rock icons up there.  One thing is for sure.....he will be sorely missed, bigtime, by me and many, many others!    To Gary, my cuz and close friend, love you, man!... May you R.I.P. and rock 'n' roll forever!   

"Joey"  (Joel Weiner)




11/01/17 05:13 PM #7    

Harvey Baumoel

When I think of Gary, I thing of "Little GTO", I think it was by Jan and Dean.  Gary had a light silver blue GTO and we used to go "cruisin' for burgers" at McDonalds in it with him.  Gary ws funny and had  great sense of humor. I can see his smile and his greaser "wanna be" hair right now. I remember hime taking me for a ride on the back of his new motorcycle in high school.  It convinced me I didn't want to get a motorcycle.  Rest in Peace Gary Myeroff.  Sorry I didn't see you in later years.   Harvey Baumoel

11/02/17 08:53 AM #8    

Alizah "Fran" (Fraida) Blake (Hochstead)

I guess I was an outsider in school and I can't say that I remember him but  it seems so strange that so many of us have left this world. I still think of myself as 16. May his family be comforted with the mourners of Zion and Yerushalayim.

11/02/17 05:14 PM #9    

Elliott Shapiro

I also remember driving around in Gary;s "GTO" . It would be Harvey Baumoel, Al Jaffee and myself. We had a lot of good times together. I also recall going down to the flats to his fathers warehouse so he could fill up with gas and hopefully wouldn't get in trouble with his dad, I remember his apartment down by Cedar Hill, If I remember right it was owned either by the Higbees or Halles family. I know he went through alot of tough times but he was a fighter and unfortunately we lost contact when I moved to Wisconsin. The memories will last forever, may you rest in peace and we will see you again someday my friend----Elliott

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