June 16, 1959 ~ January 31, 2022

Born in: North Attleborough, MA
Resided in: Hamden, CT

Arthur “Greg” Meyer, 62, of Hamden, passed away suddenly at his home on January 31, 2022 after a battle with cancer. Greg was born in North Attleborough, MA on June 16, 1959 to the late Arthur H. & Dorothy Lavalle Meyer. Greg was married to his best friend, Carole McLean Meyer, for the last 34 years. He grew up in Wrentham, MA, where he attended King Philip Regional High School and became a star athlete in football, basketball, & tennis. As the quarterback for the football team his talent got him into the King Philip Sports Hall of Fame. He spent summers in Mattapoisett, MA by the water, which was his favorite place to be. He graduated from The University of Rhode Island with a BA. When not working or spending time with his family, Greg’s favorite pastime was golf. He could often be found playing at Laurel View Country Club. For 29 years he worked in insurance for Zurich before spending the last four years with The Package Group.
Besides his wife, Greg will be lovingly missed by his daughter, Lauren Meyer of New York, NY; son, Michael Meyer of Arlington, VA; sisters, Kimberly Meyer and Jennifer Feeney; and brother, Dwight Meyer.
Friends are invited to visit with his family on Saturday, February 5th from 10:00 to 12:00 p.m. at BEECHER & BENNETT FUNERAL HOME, 2300 Whitney Ave, Hamden. Burial will be private. Greg’s family would like to commemorate him with a Memorial Bench placed at one of his favorite locations. If you would like to contribute to the Greg Meyer Memorial Fund, please contact the family at meyer-carol@comcast.net.


Visitation: February 5, 2022 10:00 - 12:00 pm

Beecher & Bennett Funeral Service - Hamden
2300 Whitney Avenue
Hamden, CT 06518


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  1. My deepest sympathies to the entire family. Greg was “larger than life” in so many ways and always cared for others. I am so sorry for your loss and my thoughts and prayers are with you all.

  2. met greg through a business relationship many years ago, we became fast friends. We enjoyed golf and patriot games together, I was in and out of the hospital a few years , greg called me weekly to see how I was doing. A great guy whom I will dearly miss.My deepest sympathies to his family.

  3. God Bless and God Speed Greg. A wonderful person and friend to our family. We were truly saddened at your passing. Our sincerest condolences to all the family

    Lee Mike, Robin, Amy Partyka and Megan Partyka – Dennis

  4. My memories of Greg will be how happy, fun & serious of a guy he was and he had that plus more all wrapped up in that Big heart of his.
    I am so sorry for your loss. So many people will miss Greg.

  5. Our sincerest and deepest condolences to Greg’s family. While I only worked with Greg for a few years, I found him to be a kind and caring person, and I’m sure he’ll be remembered fondly by all

  6. My Deepest Sympathy’s to Greg’s Family
    Carol Michael and Lauren

    Greg was Loved by Many and will Live as A Legend At UUG: He will be missed By Many Friends that have Worked or Played Golf With.


  7. So very sorry to hear the news of Greg’s passing, and my deepest sympathy’s to his family. He was a great guy who had a heart of gold. Rest easy my friend

  8. I recall teaching Greg swimming lessons with Tina Teixeira down in Mattapoisett at the Point when he was growing up. He was a great athlete and swimmer. He always had a smile on, especially when he was about to pull a prank. I send you my deepest condolences and hope that in time your memories of happier times dry your tears.

  9. I am so sorry to learn of this. My condolences to his family. Point Connett has such fond memories for many of us.
    So glad to have known him.

  10. My heart goes out to Greg’s family and to those who were closest to him. Greg will undoubtedly live on in our memories, as we will never forget the enthusiasm that he brought to everything he did.

  11. My condolences to Jennifer and Jim and all the families. Trust with great memories, relatives and friends will help you through this difficult time. May He Rest In Peace.

  12. We are all sorry to hear of Gregs passing, know the circle drive family has you all in our thoughts and prayers.

  13. Hi my friend . I had to find out your passing by an IG story. Man, how I wish I didn’t see that . I can’t believe you’re gone . Actually, I had a random thought of you days ago, and how you helped me get that job at Subaru. Appreciate the good word. You were always supportive of me, and used to talk to me about growing and making myself better in the car biz. You said I was better than just a car salesman. That laugh I’ll miss of yours, when I made you crack up and also being at your home and the hospitality that was given . You were like my part time dad away from home, Greg. You sleep well my friend . I’ll never forget you . My deepest condolences to the whole family during these sad times . Rest in Paradise.

  14. Our sincerest condolences to all the Meyer family. Greg was special to us when he was a youngster at Pt. Connett in Mattapoisett. That handsome boy would show up at our door and ask if we would like to buy some of his lobsters and how many we would want. He’d add us to his list and go out to check his pots. That day or the next he would arrive back at our house with the requested number of lobsters and charge us $1.00 each!!! Of course, we always gave him a little extra! He was a great kid!

  15. I’m sad and shocked to hear this news. Greg was a close friend in high school and I regret not extending that friendship beyond those years. I have many good memories from our football years and even a couple of senior year skip days to Mattapoisett. My sincere sympathy to his family. Rest In Peace my friend…

  16. This news is such a shock and very sad. I Went to Elementary School, High School and was also on football team with Greg. Had a nice long discussion with Greg at our last reunion. My thoughts and prayers to his family. RIP classmate….🙏🙏🙏

  17. My condolences to his family. Greg was one of the most genuinely nice men whom I have ever met. He was always friendly and with kind words. Rest easy, my friend.

  18. Ssocked and saddened to hear of your loss. MY deepest sympathy to Greg’s family. Remember him so well from high school. Talked with him at the last high school reunion a few years back.
    RIP Greg

  19. Greg was an amazing person blessed with a contagious personality and the ability to light up any room he was in. Greg mentored me like a little brother when we first started working together. He will always be remembered for his perfect and kind soul

    Rest In Peace my friend, I love you

  20. Michael I’m so sorry for your loss. Your dad was a very kind man. I’m sure he’s flying with the angels. Rest In Peace Greg.

  21. Carole –

    I am so sorry for your loss. I think of you guys often and was so sorry to read this news.
    Greg was such a good guy. Keeping you and your family in my thoughts.


  22. Sorry to hear of Greg’s demise.
    We grew up together and were close in high school at King Philip.
    Too many great memorys to list!
    Very Sad
    Most revovled around that flower pot and the basketball hoop in circle drive.
    Miss You Greg….

  23. Bomber, I have always enjoyed playing golf with you. You’re a great competitor. Thank you for helping with my swing path.

    I loved your strong commitment to your beliefs. You will be missed.

    May your family remember always what made you great. God bless you and your family.


  24. Kim and her family, I am so sorry to hear of Greg’s passing. Cancer is such a heartless disease as it has taken so many of our friends and family. I remember Greg so well at Point Connett. He certainly loved the water and fishing with his Dad. He will be so missed.

  25. Greg was our insurance rep for many years at Crest Lincoln. I always loved seeing him come into the dealership. (I can still hear his laugh) He had such a great sense of humor and really loved people.
    I know he will be missed by so many.

    My deepest condolences to your family.

  26. Condolences to Greg’s family for your loss. Greg was a classmate and teamate starting in elementary school right through high school. Growing up all the family cars were bought from his dad’s dealership. Yes, it was a small town.

    Greg’s personality seemed to grow along with him. High school was a springboard for him to bigger and better things.

    Ironically the last time I saw him was a few years ago at the high school Super Bowls at Gillette. It was good to see him and his personality was bigger than ever. I’m sure he will be holding court in Heaven.

  27. This is awful news.
    I am just so sorry.
    Sending my love to your beautiful
    Rhoda Henkels Pykonen

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