Myron S. Silver

Pittsford, New York

1923 - 2019 (Age 96)


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Myron S. SilverPittsford - On August 31, 2019 at age 96. Married for 42 years to his wife, Helen K. Silver who passed July 10, 1987. Survived by his beloved partner of 32 years, Rivka Chatman; two sisters, Zetta Fradin and Geraldine Lederman; four children, Jeffrey Silver (Anne), Mitchell Silver...

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Thinking of you all. My memories are from the 60's/70's. Continental hair parties, Canandaigua fun, skiing, and more! Classmate and friend of Barbara! xo

I will always remember how much I respected Mr. Silver as a boss /leader . He had an amazing skill of putting his team in strong position through all business challenges ; his commitment to his family was on display as a fierce patriarch .

I found an even deeper respect for him as I moved through my own professional career.

Rest in peace

My name is Angela Campbell, I had the pleasure of taking care of Mr Silver for a short period of time, he was an amazing man, he was a pleasure to work with. I am so sorry for your loss, my condolences to your family, he will surely be missed.. S.I.P.Gone but not forgotten❤❤

I met Mike only once recently on a video link with my dear friend & Mike's son, Mitch. What a funny guy was Mike!! Mitch & I still laugh over what the conversation covered. Can't cover that here! What a huge loss it is to the Silver family, but what a great life over nearly 100 years. I will catch you for that lunch, Mike, but maybe not too soon, mate :) best from Australia, Peter Brooke, Debby & family.

Sending are prayers and condolences to the Silver family. From Cynthia R. Doucette'and family......

Mike, you are a pillar of light and strength to the entire community, your family and friends will carry it forward.

My name is Cynthia R. Doucette' I was Myron Silver caregiver for the last 9 months it was a pleasure working with him and his family. He brought Joy, Peace and Happiness back into my life I'm going to miss him dearly. There's no word's that I can say but we're going to have some good days and some bad days but it will be sunshine in the morning. I'm going to hold on tight to all the memories and conversations that him and I shared. Rest in Peace Mr. Silver