Jack Edgar Myers

November 30, 1969 ~ December 23, 2023 (age 54) 54 Years Old

Jack Myers Obituary

Jack Edgar Myers, beloved husband, father, son, and friend, passed away unexpectedly and suddenly on the morning of Saturday, December 23, 2023, at the Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, Michigan. He was 54 years old.

Born on November 30, 1969, in Grosse Pointe, Michigan, Jack grew up to be a kind-hearted and caring individual. After graduating from St. Clair Shores High School in 1987, Jack pursued a career in the automotive industry, specializing as a computer-aided design technician. His dedication and expertise made him a respected professional among his colleagues.

On March 21, 1998, Jack married the love of his life, Lisa, in a beautiful ceremony in Maui, Hawaii. Together, they built a life filled with love, laughter, and cherished memories. Jack was a devoted and proud father to his two children, Tanner Justin Myers and Skylar Jem Myers, whom he loved deeply and guided with unwavering support.

Jack had a zest for life and a passion for outdoor activities. He relished in the thrill of golfing, even achieving his lifelong dream of getting a hole in one and playing on of the best courses in the country this last fall. He shared countless moments of joy and friendly competition with his golf league buddies, creating memories that will be cherished forever.

His love for the great outdoors extended beyond the greens. Jack enjoyed the thrill of ice fishing with best friend Ronnie, and the adrenaline rush of hunting. He embarked on a once in a lifetime adventurous expedition to Alaska, indulging in his passion for hunting big game, and immersing himself in the magnificence of nature.

In his downtime, Jack found solace in reading about gangsters and watching organized crime movies. He loved firing up the grill and hosting barbecues for family and friends, creating a warm and welcoming atmosphere for all. Winter weekends were often spent at their cabin in Irons, Michigan, where Jack enjoyed snowmobiling, salmon fishing, and creating lasting memories with his loved ones.

Jack's family was his pride and joy. Whether attending his children's sporting events or engaging in their passions, he was their biggest cheerleader. Jack shared special father-daughter moments on the ski slopes at Crystal and Boyne Mountain, and he loved watching his son Tanner play high school football and seeing him win a state championship at Ford Field. He also enjoyed going with Tanner on trips collecting autographs and visiting stadiums across the country. The bond he shared with his brother Don and sister-in-law Stella was unbreakable, often spending summers on unforgettable boating trips together.

Beyond his immediate family, Jack held a special place in his heart for his mother, Donna. He cherished their daily conversations, finding comfort in her love and company.

Beloved husband of Lisa Myers; loving father of Tanner Myers, and Skylar Myers; cherished son of Donna Myers, dearest brother of Donald (Stella) Myers; best uncle of Cole Myers; loved owner of pets Ruby and Bear.

Jack is preceded in passing by his loved father Donald Richard Myers, uncle John Reardon, aunt Barbara Shue, cousins Michael Shue, and Tracy Brockett, and his grandmothers and grandfathers.

Visitation to take place on Friday, December 29 at Lee-Ellena Funeral Home from 2:00 PM – 8:00 PM with a funeral service at 6:30 PM.

In lieu of flowers, donations to Jack’s children furthering their college education are appreciated. Checks may be made to Lisa Myers.

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