Of Bethel Park; cherished son of Robert and Lillian Lang Meyers left this world on December 17, 2020. Loving brother to Catherine Tyson (Ray), Ann Dugan (Jim) Robert Meyers Jr (Mary Jane Stevens)., Mary Kulp (Bruce Zanet), John Meyers (Georgia), Patricia Kolsby (Richard) and his brother Jimmy who passed away in 1981. Devoted uncle and lifelong friend to his nieces and nephews who were always a priority in his short but full life on this earth. Paul had many friends he treasured and who cherished him in his life journey.
Paul’s uncanny wit was known to all. His subtle humor caught many off guard, his sense of knowing when to deliver a most insightful thought was brilliant. Paul’s highly anticipated birthday cards were sure to make the recipient smile, they will be sorely missed.
A simple man he needed little to be happy. Paul loved the outdoors and music and his travel often revolved around music, concerts and sports. An excellent skier and mountain biker the outdoors called him every chance he got. His sense of adventure had him traveling extensively, happiest being with family and friends in Asheville, NC or St Simons Island, GA. Paul loved WYEP radio and would often set his schedule around specific programming.
Paul was a loyal and dedicated employee to Sam’s Club for over 25 years, relocating several times assuaging his zest for life and travel. Paul’s family is very grateful to the caring friends and colleagues he enjoyed over the last years at the West Mifflin location and to the Walton Family for their dedication to the health of their employees.
Always generous and selfless, Paul dedicated himself to the care of his elderly parents including moving in with them over 10 years ago to make sure they had the care they needed.
Paul had been diagnosed in March 2020 with Stage IV Pancreatic Cancer. Paul successfully embraced his time remaining and surrounded by loved ones, took family trips to the mountains and beach, always reveling in the beauty of nature. Paul’s obsession with not wasting anything and recycling was revered, always thinking of the environment before himself. He has taught many that crossed his path to always recycle or reuse and to do the right thing every day. Paul cared for every living creature even carrying stink bugs outdoors to ensure their life.
Paul continued his unselfish existence to the end by registering as a body donor for scientific research. Unfortunately, the Covid issues surrounding the world prevented this from occurring but the thought was sincere in his service to others. The earth lost a very special angel, and he will be sorely missed. A celebration of his life will be held once the world reopens safely. The family requests that in lieu of flowers or gifts, please contribute to the Hillman Cancer Center Research, Pancreatic Cancer Action Network, WYEP or to those in need anywhere.
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