Myron J. Weiss, 83, partner at Mars Industries and Jame’ Roll Form Products passed away on Tuesday, June 9, 2015. Weiss co-founded the firm in 1975 and was a partner for the past 40 years.
Mars Steel and Jame’ Roll Form Products, Inc. released the following message to colleagues and friends of Mr. Weiss:
It is with a heavy heart that we announce the passing of Myron J. Weiss, our beloved friend, on Tuesday, June 9, 2015. Myron was a partner at Mars Industries and Jame’ Roll Form Products Inc. for the past 40 years, having cofounded the firm in 1975. We all have fond memories of him after countless interactions and deals throughout his long and illustrious career.
On behalf of the management, staff and entire corporate team at Mars Steel Corp and Jame’ Roll Form Products Inc., we have been blessed to have shared in so much of his life. In turn, we ask that you reflect on your memories of Myron at this difficult moment to continue keeping him alive in your hearts and minds.
Known for his work ethic, character and wit, Myron will truly be missed and will always be remembered. We ask that you pray for his family.
The service will be conducted at Shalom Memorial Park, Arlington Heights, IL at 12 pm Monday, June 15, 2015.
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