François Régis de Meyères [de Meyer]
Born in Zürich Switzerland (1954), interior design architect, graduate diploma from the C.E.V. Geneva
(ASAI), direct assistant to the "Team Didier Beyeler" Interiors, with mandates in Switzerland and in Europe, designer for several architectural agencies, real estate promoters
and industrial designers. Medical assistant, sterilization specialist, at the service of General Staff of the Swiss military troops. Benevolent associate with
"Pharmacists without Borders" (Humanitarian Assistance Organization) in Montpellier (France). He married Emannuelle DING, marriage annulled by official
decree from the Inter-diocese in 2010.
Nobility concession granted in 1970, title of Count, by transmission of first male born, originally from Oeschgen (canton
of Argau – Switzerland). Affiliated with the RNP, reunion of Pontifical nobility. Member of the AFS, Association of Swiss families. Son of Xavier de MEYERES [Meyer] (1908-1970), Jurisprudence Doctor, and of Gabrielle de GOTTRAU (1916-1979), grandson of medical Dr. Pio de MEYER (1871-1965), great-grand-son of Count Jules de MEYER (1829-1907), pontifical officer at the service of his Holiness Pope Pius IX.
Member of the Order of Malta (Switzerland), first leader and co-founder in 1986 of the SHOMS (Sovereign Military Order of Malta) in Fribourg, resided at the château of Fégely in Prez-vers-Noréaz - FR (designated a historic monument in 1969).
completed his studies at the St. Michel College in Fribourg (Switzerland) and at the St. Louis College in Corsier-Genève. Former Carthusian monk postulant to the order
of the "Carthusian abbey of the Valsainte," founded in 1295 by Giard I, lord of Corbière, early county of Gruyère.