Great Neck, NY - Jewish Man Who Went Missing Found Dead
Great Neck, NY - A long Island Jewish man who went missing last week was found dead.
65 year old Steven Mayer was last seen on October 4 at his home in Great Neck.
Mayer was on his way to his job as a metals trader in Huntington when he disappeared. His family says he useed anti-seizure medication but had no history of mental illness and has never gone missing before.
Mayer spoke to someone from his job at 11:30 a.m. on the day he disappeared. His family says he also called his deceased parents number from his cell phone several times that day.
Mayer’s disappearance sparked a massive search by thousands of volunteers from many Jewish organizations.
Mayer’s body was located in a heavily wooded area in Riverhead, NY. The funeral will be held Monday October 18th at 11:30am at Sinai Chapels in Queens.
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