A deputy at Fast Company and Inc, Stephanie Meyers’ obituary announced her cause of death after she passed away 11 days ago at the young age of 37. May she rest in peace.
Vice president and digital growth, Allison Fass, Stephanie Meyers’ boss, confirmed the heartbreaking news in the company’s official website, explaining about the moment she learned about the death, ‘My emotions have ranged since then from shock to shaken-up to recognition that I couldn’t quite process what happened, that someone so young, so vibrant, with such a bright future, was gone. I can hardly imagine what those closest to Steph—her father and brother and childhood friends, are going through.”
She also added, “I hired Steph and was her boss for the last seven years, but we were really colleagues, partners, and close friends. Working with Steph was one of the highlights of my career. Based on things many others have been saying about Steph, this will not come as a surprise to anyone.”
Stephanie Meyers was a former editor of book and magazine, who led the social media strategy and growth for Inc. and Fast Company, including editorial feeds, and promotion of events and subscriptions.
Stephanie Meyers’ Obituary Reports Tragic Cause of Death
According to Stephanie Meyers’ obituary, her cause of death was a health problem related to her lungs; blood clots in her lungs led him to the death.
Beloved Steph shared a beautiful tribute for her mother’s funeral and posted on Facebook on the 10th anniversary of her mother’s death; she said about herself, “Like Steph when her mother died far too young, I somehow find myself trying to take from this awful tragedy some positive meaning.”
Stephanie Meyers was additionally a writer for Mental Floss magazine. “She was just a pillar of light in the organization who really touched everyone in a positive way,” Richard Russey, Senior Vice President, and Publisher of Magazine Inc, announced. “It will take us a while to figure it all out.”
She kicked off her role in the company in June 2018, managing social media teams and strategy and working as a product manager for audience development and video and podcast products.
As a trusted and admired advisor to editorial, video, events, sales, consumer marketing, and product, she surprised editors with brilliant coverage ideas, marketers with bright predictive models, and product managers with brief user stories.
There is no official information about her funeral. Still, donations in memory of Stephanie Meyers can be made to Girls Write Now, which is a mentorship organization for underserved young ladies.
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