Ronald Louis Myatt

22 février 193116 avril 2021

Mr. Ronald Louis Myatt, 90, of Papillion, Nebraska (formerly of Charleston, South Carolina) passed away on April 16, 2021. Mr. Myatt was born in Charleston, South Carolina on February 22, 1931 and was the son of Louis Myatt and Catherine O'Gara Myatt. He attended Bishop England High School prior to enlisting in the U.S. Navy and served in combat during the Korean War aboard the U.S.S. Saint Paul. Mr. Myatt was honorably discharged from the Navy in 1955 and returned to Charleston to begin what became a long career with the Charleston Water System. Throughout that period, he was an avid parishioner of Blessed Sacrament Church and active member of the Knights of Columbus and Elks Club. In 2017, he moved from Charleston to Papillion, Nebraska where he lived with his daughter. Mr. Myatt is survived by his daughter, Catherine Vidrine and son-in-law, George Vidrine of Papillion, Nebraska along with six grandchildren (Robin, Erin, Cady, Albert, Phillip and Connor), seven great-grandchildren (Presley, Creighton, Finley, Emerson, Harper, Felix, and Elliotte), and several nieces and nephews. Mr. Myatt will be laid to rest during a private family ceremony at Saint Lawrence Cemetery.

Memorial contributions can be made to the Blessed Sacrament Church Building Fund, 05 Saint Teresa Drive, Charleston, SC 29407

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Ronald Louis Myatt


Colleen Barth

4 mai , 2021

Ronnie, I know you are missed by all those you touched in Nebraska, but also those of us in Charleston who remember the wonderful, playful member of our parish here in South Carolina! I loved our morning drives to mass and the kindness of your heart to all of us at Blessed Sacrament. You are a treasure we will carry in our hearts ♥️

Jen Ferris

22 avril , 2021

Our dear Ronnie, we miss you dearly at WEL-Life. There aren't enough words to describe how all of us have been affected by your love, generosity, kindness & contagious laughter. We miss your stories and jokes. I miss hearing you yelling, "Skipbo!", each time you heard my voice. I miss our daily hugs & your gentlemanly hand kisses. You made our facility a better place in many different ways. Thank you for being an example of a wonderful human being. Rest easy, until we see you again, our friend.

Jen Ferris-Activity Director at WEL-Life Assisted Living Facility

Debbie Stratigakos

21 avril , 2021

To the Vidrine family. I truly will miss having the opportunity to call Ronnie or see him during my visits to Nebraska. After losing my mother and father, Ronnie stepped in and helped fill the void I had. We shared stories, candy and jokes as our bond became stronger.
Ronnie never let a chance go by without him telling me how special his family made his life. He loved his daughter so much and he felt the same way about his Son-in-law and all his grandchildren and great grandchildren. He was so proud of each and everyone one of them and he shared his feeling with everyone.
I will truly miss you Ronnie. I look forward to the days when I say “knock knock” and you respond, “who’s there”. ❤️❤️❤️❤️