Obituary - GEORGE (GEFF) DAVID MYERS

 

January 26, 2024

Submitted by the family

George (Geff) David Myers, 60, passed away Jan. 11, 2024. Geff was born Feb. 5, 1963, in Hyannis, MA to Henita and Stuart Myers. He married Toby Feinberg Myers, his love and wife of 26 Years, in November 1997. They raised their two sons, Ian (23) and Will (21) in Orlando, FL. Geff is survived by his three brothers Scott and Liz Myers (Cotuit, MA), Andrew and Lori Myers (Jupiter, FL), Eric and Jen Myers (Phoenix, AZ) and their respective sons. 

Geff graduated from Babson with his B.S. in Entrepreneurship and Master's in Business Administration. After returning to Cape Cod to work at Myers Furniture, he moved to Orlando to run his own furniture stores. In a career change, he started working as a partner, CPA, and small business consultant with Strombeck Consulting. Over the years, he became more than just a consultant to his clients.

Geff enjoyed a close relationship with his three brothers and their families, often meeting them in Cape Cod. Geff, Toby, Ian, and Will were four peas in a pod and enjoyed traveling, eating, gossiping, and more. He cherished his Babson friends and their yearly boys' trips, along with a close-knit group of high school friends and their yearly reunions. 

Geff had many passions that included, but weren't limited to, Boston sports, Legos, traveling, food, and dinosaurs. His more recent interests included playing the guitar and acing Jeopardy. He got to see the entire tenure of Bill Belichick for which his family will be forever grateful for.

Geff was a relentless planner and researcher for family vacations, even memorizing all the animal group names for an African Safari. He was proud to have traveled to 6 continents, 40 countries, and 41 US states. He loved the US National Parks (traveling to over 30) and his travel souvenirs, forming an impressive magnet and t-shirt collection. 

Funeral Services for Geff were held in the Burton & Barbara Chasnov Pavilion at Ohev Shalom Cemetery (6034 Old Winter Garden Road, Orlando) with Rabbi Geoffrey Spector officiating.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Elon University Hillel, Wounded Warriors, or the Boston Museum of Science (where at 6 years old he donated his pocket change to assist in building the first life-size T-rex statue). May Geff rest in peace and may his memory always be a blessing.

Services entrusted to Beth Shalom Memorial Chapel, 933 Lee Road, Suite 101, Orlando, Florida 407-599-1180.

 

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