Steven James Meyers passed away on 10/7/2018 just 5 days after his 22nd birthday.
Steven was one of the most caring, funniest, and passionate people you could have ever met. His heart was truly golden. He loved hard and cared for everyone he met.
Music was his life, and he loved the bands My Chemical Romance, Panic! At the Disco, Twenty One Pilots, Fall Out Boy, and Rise Against. He loved playing various instruments, but the bass guitar was his favorite. He spent free time at animal shelters and playing video games. He loved going to concerts and seeing his favorite bands play live.
He loved animals and would continuously bring them home to save and nurse back to health. His favorite were his many fish, and exuberant fish tanks.
Anywhere he went he made friends and made you smile... his smile was contagious. He had a laugh that could make your day and a sense of humor that kept you on your toes. Steven was kind and gentle and could not wait to be a father and have a family.
He often spent his time with his girlfriend, Page, and friends, including best friend Rick. Steven was ecstatic to find out he would be a father, but unfortunately passed away 4 days after finding out.
Steven was a graduate of Conemaugh Township School District and of the NACE International Institute, where he earned a degree as a Coating Inspector. He was also a member of the IUPAT 57 out of Pittsburgh. Steven worked for Mickey's Inspection & Consulting as an inspector for TransCanada on the Keystone Pipeline.
In high school Steven played football, baseball, wrestled, and participated in track. He was a talented athlete and enjoyed each sport he participated in. He was very intelligent and had a way with words. When he spoke, he was able to captivate anyone who could hear him.
Steven is survived by his girlfriend (at the time of his death) Page, their son Steven James Meyers Jr. (born 5-17-19), mother Stacia Wills, sisters Mandy, Brooke, and Lindsey, numerous aunts and uncles including his Aunt Sarah, Aunt Sadie, and Uncle Sam, cousins, nieces and nephews, and many, many friends.
His presence on this earth will never be forgotten and he truly left his mark on everyone who knew him.