MEYERS: On Thursday, May 28, 2015, Jerome M. Meyers; Beloved husband and best friend of Janet Meyers. Beloved father of Linda (Donald) MacLeod, Sally (Michael Powell) Meyers and Richard (Al Kennedy) Meyers. Stepfather of Debra (Julio) Richards, Eric McCutcheon (Candy Cameron) and Scott (Theresa) McCutcheon. Brother of Sylvia Iwler and Harvey Potashman. Grandfather of Cameron and Rebecca MacLeod, Helena Powell and Noah Meyers. Stepgrandfather of Hannah Richards, Zen and Sophia McCutcheon. Much loved by his caregivers, Lorenzo, Kim and Lydia, and staff at the Charles Morris Nursing Home. Mr. Meyers was born in Canonsburg, Pa., in 1928 to Rose and Meyer Potashman. In 1946, he began serving in the United States Army. In 1952, he married Adell Farber, his first wife and mother of his three children. In 1953, he earned his Juris Doctorate from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. He practiced business law for several decades. In 1960, he was a Pennsylvania District 30 candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives. As a longtime resident of the Borough of Monroeville, Jerome served twice as its solicitor, working diligently to bring major business to the community, including Westinghouse Nuclear Center, East Suburban Health Center, and Monroeville Mall. Mr. Meyers was a proud, founding member of Monroeville’s Temple David. His second marriage was with his beloved, best friend, Janet McCutcheon in 2000. With his family he loved boating on the Chesapeake and in Jupiter, Fla., where he held a second residence. He and his brother Harvey Potashman co-founded and operated the Food Gallery supermarkets in the greater Pittsburgh area. He loved to entertain at his Squirrel Hill home with Janet and family. Toward the end of his life, he was stricken with Parkinson’s Disease. He was loved greatly and deeply by so many. He held a special light within him that could cheer a room in an instant. Jerome will be remembered for his integrity, generosity and his love of family. Services were held at Ralph Schugar Chapel, Inc. Interment Homewood Cemetery. Contributions may be made to the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research, Donation Processing, P.O. Box 5014, Hagerstown, MD 21741-5014, (michaeljfox.org). schugar.com.