Jacqueline Myerson

5 mai 19387 juillet 2021

Jacqueline (Jackie) Myerson, 83, of Marblehead, passed away on July 7, 2021. Jackie was the beloved wife of the late Robert (Bob) Myerson. She is survived by her boys David and his wife Michelle, Richard and his wife Cindy, Peter and his wife Heather, and grandchildren, Scott, Justin, Ezra, Sara, Lauren, Hannah, and Emily.

Jackie was born in Chelsea, MA to Saul and Lena Rivkin. She grew up in Chelsea where she met and married the love of her life, Bob. Together they lived and raised three boys in Marblehead which remained her home through present day.

Her life was filled with good friends and family, while also taking time to volunteer and experience new things. She and Bob enjoyed travel in the US and overseas, especially taking in cultural events and cuisine of different destinations. Many good times were enjoyed at Jackie and Bob’s lake house in New Hampshire with her family and friends.

During summers in the 1970’s and 1980’s, Jackie and Bob and their sons could be found at Camp Glenn Ridge in Beverly for the 13 years they owned and operated the day camp. They offered a welcoming camp environment for campers and counselors, leaving a legacy of memorable experiences for many kids and teens.

Jackie was known to be a welcoming presence to others, making a point of saying hello and spending a few moments to hear what was going on in other peoples’ lives. She was a known fixture in her neighborhood, taking walks and greeting all, young and old.


  • Chapel Funeral Service

    dimanche, 11 juillet , 2021

  • Burial

    dimanche, 11 juillet , 2021


Jacqueline Myerson


Barone Family

27 juillet , 2021

To the Myerson Family,
Please accept our condolences on the passing of "Jackie", as we knew her. She offered a friendly wave as we drove by her on her walks, but our favorite memories of her were when we would be in our front yard, and she would stop and chat and express interest in whatever we happened to be doing. Jackie was like sunshine every time we were lucky enough to cross paths. We are grateful for having known her for twenty years in the neighborhood. Pickwick Road has truly lost a dear friend. We wish your family peace as you cherish your memories.
With sympathy,
The Barone Family
9 Pickwick Road

Bruce Rosenbaum

11 juillet , 2021

Aunt Jackie was a beautiful and kind woman who loved our family deeply. We loved her as much and will miss her always. Our thoughts and prayers are with David, Richie and Peter and all their families. All our love - Bruce and Melanie