Funeral Details


Funeral Details

David J. Myers

November 12, 1937 - August 10, 2019


Date and Time

Wednesday, August 14, 2019 at 9:00 AM


Westlawn Cemetery
7801 West Montrose Avenue
Norridge, Illinois 60706



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Memorial Contributions

The First Tee of Greater Chicago
2901 West Lake Avenue, Suite A
Glenview, Illinois 60025


Dr. David J. Myers, 81. Beloved husband of the late Reva L. Myers nee Shmikler. Devoted father of Debra (John) Cuneo, Jonathan Myers and Alan (Shelley) Myers. Proud grandfather of Evan, Eli, Alexis and Lucas. Dear brother of Susan (Anthony) Grosch. Graveside Service on Wednesday, August 14th at 9:00AM at Westlawn Cemetery (Section: Evergreen), 7801 W Montrose Avenue, Norridge, Illinois. Memorials in his memory to The First Tee of Greater Chicago, 2901 W. Lake Ave , Suite A, Glenview, IL 60025, would be appreciated. Arrangements by: Chicago Jewish Funerals-Buffalo Grove Chapel 847.229.8822,


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Jill Brotman

Debbie, Jon, and Alan,
My deep condolences to all of you and your families. The Brotmanâ??s and the Myers families have a long line of laughter and family memories together with your Mom and Dad. In addition, my Mom ( Joyce) worked in your Dadâ??s office so many years ago. Sending you BIG love. ❤️


"Pete, I pushed you to aim higher but now I am about to leave you. You know that I love and that to me you are more than just my caregiver." - roughly 24 hours after those words from him, Dr David J Myers - my patient, boss, friend, mentor and father-figure departed for the after life. No other patient before was able to touch my life as profoundly as Dave. That is the reason why, albeit I am not a very sentimental person, David's passing certainly do leave a void in me. He had tremendous trust in me that on several occasions he wanted to invest in me financially but I turned him down out of propriety despite his insistence and protestations. My respect and salute to the man. To Debbie, Jon and Alan - I could only speak for the two years or so I was with your Dad. I am witness to the fact that his last two years were all about you and his desire to extend those years was still about you. No doubt he wanted to make amends and perhaps be the father he thought he never was. I do have a funny confession to make. I could only imagine the wrath of your father's anger towards me if he knew that the love letters he asked me to pen for that Korean lady never really reached her. And those supposed replies from her were also written by me. Im sorry. I am aware that I am not suppose to play tricks like that but he left me with no choice otherwise I would have placed myself in a collision course with you had I followed your father. Besides, I did share the same view/objection as regards the relationship. But my gamble paid off so I guess I am exonerated. Slowly thru that supposed correspondence Dave realized the details he refused to even glance at prior. To Susan, Shelly and the rest, thank you so much for your kindness.
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