Warren Hitesh Myer Memorial Fund

My name is Tenia, and I am the stepdaughter of Warren Hitesh Myer. Warren became a part of our family more than 23 years ago. He was a grandfather to 5 children, a stepfather to four, and a husband to my mother, Suki.

Two weeks ago, as he was making a routine stop at his local Peet's coffee shop, Warren collapsed suddenly.  Despite their best efforts, doctors were unable to revive him.

He passed on the evening of Wed, Oct. 22, 2014.

Words cannot describe our shock, though many of you who knew him understand the loss. He was deeply loved by his family, and adored spending time with his grandchildren. It was routine to find one child dangling from his arm while another bounced in front of him in animated conversation.  He has friends and acquaintances who both love and admire him, and a couple weeks ago reunited with his friends from school.

Many people knew Warren as an entrepreneur with great skill and business sense.  But fewer knew he had a wide range of hobbies that he approached with equal gusto but to varying degrees of success, be it struggling through his stand-up comedy routines, practicing his rap "skills" on a captive audience (Suki), or simply keeping his vegetable garden alive.

His innovation, curiosity, and enthusiasm were unparalleled.  Warren always had many balls in the air, yet he was capable of offering undivided attention, advice, support, and face time over a cup of coffee whenever needed. He was generous to the people in his life.

We cannot imagine this life without him. He had so  many more adventurous, full years ahead of him.

We've received a passionate outpouring of condolences and sadness from friends who are shocked and speechless upon hearing of Warren's passing, and who feel compelled to share their sentiments about him.

 One of Warren's goals was to create a wondrous life for his family. He was a hard worker and a miracle worker. He had enjoyed much success, yet recently suffered some financial setbacks and was in the process of trying to build his empire back up. 

Unfortunately, at the time of his passing, Warren did not have life insurance and was the sole earner of his household.  Many of you have asked how you may help, and raising funds is the most truthful form of relief that we could request. Suki is in need of covering financial responsibilities such as burial costs, mortgage dues and many other debts. 

Please help us by sharing this campaign with those who know Warren. 

We thank you for your support. We are grateful for and humbled by your care for Warren, for sharing in the joy and pleasure of knowing him, and for your memory of our "Hiti". We hope to have an opportunity to organize a memorial for you to join us in honoring the memory of Warren Hitesh Myer.

                                        Warren Hitesh Myer 
                   September 8, 1961 - October 22, 2014

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Tenia Raeni Worick 
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San Jose, CA

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