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Michael Norman Meyer Memorial Fund for Kindness
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I’ll never forget our long bike rides to Fermilab or around St. Charles. Or the adventure runs and Crusades that we went on. His energy and enthusiasm convinced me to join swimming my Junior year, pushing me outside of my comfort zone and showing me what I could achieve. I’ll always remember picking him up early in the morning, while the sane world slept, and jamming to X Gon’ Give It To Ya to get hyped for that morning’s swim practice.
I’ll remember the long conversations we had concerning Doughnar, the Android app he was making at the time. These conversations gave me a glimpse of his brilliance while he walked through the problems at hand and the different approaches he could take to resolve them. These conversations were my first real exposure to what programming was, and I credit them for leading me to become a programmer today.
Mike’s story was cut short, but I’m thankful for the time we had together and being able to read about the profound impact he had on all of our lives.”- Nathan Iwanski
“Woke up this morning to the news that we lost Mike Meyer at 22 years old. I don’t know the details. Over the past two years, Mike and I had largely fallen out of contact. But I spent three years racing and training alongside Mike, absorbing his quirky off-beat humor and even learning some things from a guy I rank among the most brilliant of my friends. Mike was crazy in a way that made you wonder if you were crazy too and he was his own color of personality. I’ve yet to meet anyone like him. It feels weird posting this tribute on Facebook, a place Mike worked at and also jokingly condemned. He was special, he was loved, and I hope that he’s at peace wherever he is now. Hoping my cross country guys can come together and share their memories of Mike in the comments, should they see this and feel so inclined. – Will Muckian
I, too, have never met anyone like Mike. I knew him as highly aspirational and exceptionally talented. I will remember him like that, and I will miss him.”- Elliot Weller
- Kate Meyer
CharitySmith accepts donations in two ways:
Michael N. Meyer Memorial Fund for Kindness
CharitySmith Nonprofit Foundation
13100 Filly Lane
Truckee, CA 96161
The above Memorial Fund is established as a division of Charitysmith Nonprofit Foundation (EIN 87-0636433). All donations are tax deductible in accordance with federal tax law. Receipts for tax purposes are sent via US Mail within two weeks of donation. Please consider asking if your employer participates in a gift-matching program. If so, your donation may be matched by your employer.
For questions regarding your donation or this memorial fund please contact CharitySmith.