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Warren F. Myers, Sr.

Family & friends are invited to attend Visiting Hours on Friday, July 12th from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., in the Vertuccio & Smith, Home for Funerals, 773 Broadway (Rte. 107) REVERE for Warren F. Myers, Sr., who passed just before dawn on the morning of Thursday, July 4th, in & surrounded by the love of a faithful family & in the presence of His Lord. His funeral will be conducted on Saturday, July 13th, from the funeral home at 10:00 a.m., followed by the Funeral Mass in the Immaculate Conception Church (Corner of Beach St. & Winthrop Ave.) REVERE at 11:00 a.m. Interment at the family lot in Woodlawn Cemetery will be held privately at a later time.

Born & raised in Revere, he was a natural athlete all through school and into college. He was an Honor Student at the Immaculate Conception High School & the President of the Class of 1964. Upon graduation from High School, he began a one-year course of intense study & preparation at Tilton Academy of College Preparatory. He was a distinct athlete during his time at Immaculate Conception High School, serving in football, baseball & basketball. His brief time at Titon Preparatory was confined to football & baseball. He then continued the journey by admittance to the College of the Holy Cross, graduating cum laude in 1969, with degrees in Economics & Accounting. And so, Warren joined the family at the family business, Reliable Heating & Appliance, as an Account Executive and there he remained until it’s closing in 1998. Since that time, Warren was part of the staff at Myers Brothers-North Shore Fuel in Revere, where he continued his expertise in sales and management. His success was due, in truth, because of his dynamic capacity for patience in service to the customer and his long-taught business sense he came to by way of his grandfather, father & brothers in the business. Theirs was a unique approach to the customer “treat them as family” and that they did with fine service, just and fair prices and friendship. God knows, the business was founded in 1912 and survived until 1998 with always a Myers family member at the helm.

Warren is the proud son of the late William J. “Sonny” Myers, Jr. & the late Margaret M. “Sis” (O’Brien) Myers. His is survived by his beloved wife and best friend, Karen A. (Casey) Myers for the past 46 years. He is the adored father to Atty. Elizabeth Casey Myers & her husband, Atty. Charles W. “Chip” Azano of Melrose & Atty. Warren F. “Jay” Myers, Jr. & his wife Alexandra Napp Myers of South Boston. Cherished grandfather of Katherine Casey & Brigid Anne Azano & Cecily Grace Myers. He is the dear brother to Mary K. Myers-Hureau & her husband, Retired Rockingham County Sheriff Michael P. Hureau of Brentwood, N.H and Michael P. Myers, Sr. of Point of Pines, Revere & his late wife, Susan A. Myers & the late William J.”Peco” Myers, III. He is also survived by his sister-in-law, Sally Myers of Revere & many caring & faithful nieces, nephews, grand-nieces & grand-nephews & many loving cousins. Warren held a long-time membership with the Revere Council, Knights of Columbus, #179 & being an active member of the Immaculate Conception Parish Community was blessed with the role of “Eucharistic Minister” for our parish. Warren was also a committed lector for the Parish, as well.


Visiting Hours

Friday, July 12th from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Funeral Mass

Saturday, July 13th at 11:00 a.m. in Immaculate Conception Church, Revere


Will be Private

In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be made to  the Muscular Dystrophy Association,  33 Lyman St. # 205, Westborough, MA 01581

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    Jul 15 2019

    So saddened to hear this news. I can still see his smile and hear his voice at HC when we were classmates. He was a good man, a proud New Englander who was a loyal and true friend. I wish that I lived closer so that I could offer my condolences in person. Please accept them now with the fondness of a friend from across the years who will remember Warren in his prayers. ✝️

  2. Felix E. Lopez
    Jul 15 2019

    Dear Karen and all the Myers,

    My deepest sympathy to you and the wonderful Myers family. As Warren’s roommate at Holy Cross I will miss him so very much. He was a true friend and I cherish my memories of him. I will never forget him and the good and kind person that he was.


  3. Elaine Festa
    Jul 12 2019

    Mike, Karen and Family,

    We were so sad to hear of the passing of Warren. We will always remember his gentle demeanor and warm smile. Please know you are all in our thoughts and prayers.

    Elaine and Joe Festa

  4. Frank Blum HC '69
    Jul 12 2019

    Dear Karen and Family,
    I am very saddened to hear about Warren’s passing. We were accounting students together and shared many classes during our time at Holy Cross. Some of us were taliking about Warren at last month’s 50th reunion with very fond memories of his gentle nature, dry humor, and generosity of time to help classmates like me with some of our challenging studies. I pray that God will Bless and comfort you all in absorbing your sadness, and with the memory of Warren know the Joy he is now eternally living.
    God Bless, Frank Blum

    Jul 12 2019

    Dear Karen and Family,
    I am very sorry to learn of your great loss. Warren was a great friend to all who knew him at Holy Cross. I have many good memories of times spent with him. He will be greatly missed.
    I will keep him in my prayers and thoughts.

    Pat Hayes

  6. Mike McNulty, Holy Cross Class of 1969
    Jul 12 2019

    To all of Warren’s Family: I am very sorry for your loss.

  7. Lorraine and Anthony DiGiovanni
    Jul 11 2019

    Anthony and I are so sorry to hear of Warren’s passing. He was such a wonderful guy. Anthony, a retired Firefighter, just loved being in Warren’s presence. I remember Warren growing up on Warren Street next to the McLeaveys and Warren and his family always visiting next door to the Eydenberg house. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

  8. Pat Dennis
    Jul 10 2019

    Karen, My sincere condolences on the loss of your husband. May the wonderful memories that you shared together for 46+ years bring you comfort during this difficult time.
    With love and friendship,
    Pat (Wassel) Dennis

  9. Rick DeAngelis
    Jul 10 2019

    Speechless and so very saddened by the news of Warren’s passing

    Warren and I went to Holy Cross together and were Revere friends for as long as I can remember. Old line Revere

    A terrific human being ; a gentlemen; an awesome Family Man; and a great friend

    I have an indelible memory image of an HC Football game trip to West Point we took in the early 1970’s together w Gene Nowell, my HC Roommate.

    What a ride up and back

    Warren, watch over your Family and your legions of friends

    For me, I am better for knowing Warren and being included in his circle of Friends

    RIP Pal

    Rick DeAngelis
    (Formerly)635 Mountain Ave

  10. Mark Mattera
    Jul 9 2019

    Warren was the ‘Dean’ of the neighborhood. When he was out and about walking Louie, I’d try to catch him to talk sports. I’ll miss those chats. What a terrific guy. All of Thurlow Ave. will surely miss him as well.

  11. Peter DiGiulio
    Jul 8 2019

    To Warren’s Family,
    He was a Gentle Man and a gentleman who has left us WAY TOO SOON!
    He loved his God, he loved his friends, and he loved his family!
    I will miss seeing him around the city!
    He has a place in Heaven for sure!
    He’s in my prayers!
    Peter DiGiulio

  12. Ginny Eydenberg Segee
    Jul 7 2019

    Karen and family,

    I’m so sorry about Warren. We had a lot of laughs together at work. Such a funny guy. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. My love to all.

  13. Rhonda Pieroni
    Jul 5 2019

    Karen, I’m so sorry. It’s been a difficult journey for you both. I will always think of Warren fondly. My heart goes out to you, Elizabeth, Jay and your beautiful grandchildren. I Love You my friend.

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