CONCORD – William D. Meyers, 67 of Concord, passed away into the presence of his Savior on Saturday, April 4, 2020 at his home in the loving arms of his family.
Born in 1952 in The Bronx, NY, he was the son of the late William and Camille (Sparaco) Meyers.In addition to his parents, he was predeceased by a brother, Gary. He is survived by his wife, Deborah Meyers of Concord, NH; his
son, William of Nashville, TN; his daughter, Annie of Concord, NH; his brothers Thomas and Danny, and his aunt Rose, as well as many cousins, nieces, nephews, and valued in-laws.
Bill loved to tell people he had 2 birthdays: the date he entered this world in 1952 and the day before, 28 years later in 1981.That was when he was rescued from his own tragic choices by accepting Jesus Christ's sacrifice for his sins, and was born again.
From that moment he lived with a singular focus: to enjoy everything about God, and share him freely to all. This gave eternal meaning to his natural-born talents. He was fearless in any gathering, a gifted teacher, a storyteller of innate musicality and perfect comedic timing. From the cab-driver to the President (of anything), Bill was driven by a desire to connect with people.
Next to the wonder of what Christ did for him, these are the treasures of his time on earth:
*The love of his life, Deborah, who could disarm him completely.
*William and Annie, favorite companions in any endeavor.
*His brothers and family.
*Debate, theological and political.Or even debate about lasagna.
*Classic comedy, American movies, and music, of which he possessed encyclopedic knowledge.
*his losing teams, the NY Mets and the NY Jets.
*His Emmaus Bible College years, especially among The Bleppomen.
*Tarkenton Financial beloved colleagues and clients.
*All the camps & kids & teaching God's word.
*His church family at Epsom Bible and his spiritual heritage within the New York area assemblies, both Spanish and English-speaking.
*The medical professionals of Concord and Boston who kept him alive for an entire purpose-filled decade.
*Our cozy little house.
*And his many, many friends around the world.
Bill went to heaven a rich man indeed.
Adhering to the directives of the State of New Hampshire and the CDC, services will be held within social distancing guidelines on July 11, 2020, at 11 a.m. at Epsom Bible Church, 398 Black Hall Road, Epsom, NH.Sign up to attend in person @https://ebcnh.breezechms.com/form/736d14 or log into www.epsombiblechurch.com to watch live stream.
In lieu of flowers, Donations may be made in Bill's honor to Horton Haven Christian Camp @ www.hortonhaven.org or
The Muscular Dystrophy Association @www.mda.org
The Still Oaks Funeral & Memorial Home is assisting the family with arrangements. To share a memory or offer a condolence please visit www.stilloaks.com
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