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Association strategist Paul Meyer dies

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Sept. 16, 2021

Paul Meyer, president and co-CEO of consulting firm Tecker International, died Sept. 10. He had been hospitalized since experiencing a stroke in August. A memorial service will be held Saturday, Sept. 18, in Washington, D.C.

Glenn Tecker, chairman and co-CEO of the firm, said Meyer was “one of America's most quietly influential strategists” whose “work over the last two decades touched the lives of millions of members of the trade and professional associations he helped prepare for the future.”

 “He was a passionate strategist who was challenged and energized by working with others to think through complex problems,” Tecker said. “Paul was always appreciative of the many years of relationships and friendships that he built with his clients. Our hearts are broken at Tecker International, but his colleagues are resolved to continue to provide the innovative leadership to which he was so dedicated.”

Meyer also worked with academic institutions, state governments, libraries and medical organizations. Before joining Tecker International, Meyer held executive roles at ASAE and the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors. 

Memorial details are on Facebook.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Little Lights or Just Homes.