Tobias Funeral Home - Belmont Chapel

648 Watervliet Ave, Dayton, OH


Cecil "Dutch" W. Myers

September 5, 1929August 11, 2019

MYERS, Cecil W. "Dutch," age 89 of Dayton, Ohio passed away at home on Sunday, August 11, 2019. He is preceded in death by his first wife, Lorraine (Recob); daughter, Dee Bromm; grandchildren, Amber and Steven Brown; second wife, Marilyn (McMahon) Myers; stepson, David McMahon; brothers, Pete, Elwood, Paul, Bud, Howard, Denny Myers; sister, Mary Lou Beltz. Dutch is survived by his loving children, Larry (Mary Ann) Dunn, Robert (Alice), Debra (Jim) Davis, John (Debbie), Jim (Sarah Clarke) Myers; step children who adored him, Timothy McMahon, Lisa McMahon (Mark Danley); also surviving are his sisters, Juanita Gillispie, Gloria Jean (Dale) Jones; brother, Vernon (Sue) Myers; sisters in law, Sue Myers, and Peggy Myers; grandchildren, Rob Myers, Nick (Tricia) Davis, Jordan Davis, Steve Davis, Tara (Mike) Swartz, Tracy (Craig) Callison, Monica Brown, Jeffrey & Ashley Myers, Travis and Corey Myers, Nicole (Tyler) Forsythe, Bethany McMahon, Shawn Skinner, Jeffrey McMahon; numerous great grandchildren, nieces and nephews as well as his beloved dog, Abby. Dutch was born in Keyser, West Virginia in 1929 and raised in Arthurdale, West Virginia before relocating to Dayton, Ohio. He was a Journeyman Plumber at GM for 32 years. He never knew a stranger and was always there to give a helping hand to anyone in need. He was deeply loved and will be missed. The family would like to thank the amazing caregivers from Home Instead Senior Care who helped care for Dad in the last eleven months, and also Hospice of Dayton. A visitation will take place from 9:30am until 11am on Saturday, August 17, 2019 at Tobias Funeral Home- Belmont Chapel. Burial will immediately follow the visitation at Glen Haven Memorial Gardens, New Carlisle, Ohio. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Hospice of Dayton or The Alzheimer's Association.


  • Visitation Saturday, August 17, 2019


Cecil "Dutch" W. Myers

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Frances Myers. Detmer

August 17, 2019

Dearest Uncle Dutch, a most kind man. Full of joy and laughter. Yes, always loved to fish. In the early days, he was ready for his next adventure. Dutch is greatly loved! He is already missed.
God's love and grace always.

Lou Ann Parks

August 16, 2019

Early spring of 1982 Dutchie and Marilynn came through Hot Springs, AR. Warren and I were newlyweds and were so happy they stopped to visit. The main attraction in Hot Springs at that time was Oaklawn Race Track. As a special treat Dutchie paid for all of us to go watch the horse races. Dutchie, Warren and I all bet on the same horse for the daily double and were thrilled when we won both of our races. After his big win Dutchie would literally skip up to the pay out window to receive his winnings. He won several times that day and each time watching him skip to the window would bring pure joy to my heart but that was just Uncle Dutchie.

Lora Bowling

August 16, 2019

So sorry for your loss. He was (with Marilyn) such wonderful friends and neighbors to my grandparents (Doyle & Josie). Love, prayers and God's Blessings from our family to yours....

Lora and family

Erin Dweik

August 15, 2019

I have the fondest memories of riding with Dutch, in his old but cared for truck, to get supplies for our plumbing issues at the house I grew up in. He was cheerful and funny. His kindness was evident upon first meeting. I was privileged to interview Dutch and his relatives for an assignment for an Appalachian Studies certifate at Sinclair College. I have tape recordings of Dutch telling stories about West Virginia if family wants a copy. Much love to his family and special blessings to his beloved dog, Abby. May God provide mercy and comfort to you, dear Dutch...with respect and admiration. (Marilyn’s cousin)

Tammy MYERS -Stanton

August 14, 2019

Oh how I love my Uncle Dutchie! One of my fondest memories as a small child is when he took us to the park in Reedsville, of course we rode in the back of Aunt Mary Lou's El Camino. He took us there to fly these giant white styrofoam airplanes he brought for us to play with at the family reunion. Then of course we got to go to the DQ and get ice cream cones. I dont think Uncle Dutch ever went anywhere without his fishing poles, he sure loved to fish. Him and Robbie were always together during Robbies teenage year. Oh the memories. Uncle Dutchie, you will be greatly missed. I am so happy that you are with all your brothers and grandma and grandma - what a reunion you are all having! I love you so much RIP.

steven beltz

August 14, 2019

When Dad Retired from the Air Force Dutch and Lorain "Petitioned" hard for the family to Retire there in Fairborn. Uncle Dutch worked so hard to help me find a job. He contacted all his friends, Of which there were Hundreds, and made inquiries until I had a job. He LOVED his Sister Mary, and our whole family for sure. He was so glad that we settled just a few blocks away. Those were good years. It wasn't until after Lorain died that things changed and Mom and Dad moved to Southern Illinois to help take care of Dad's Parents.

Amanda Simmons

August 13, 2019

I remember one summer when Uncle Dutch came to repair Great-Grandma’s countertops in the kitchen. He was working so hard that my sister (Ricci) and I came up with a song for him. The next time that he took a break, we found him outside near the corner of the house and we said “Uncle Dutchie, we have a song for you.” He got a gleam in his eye and a smile spread across his face and he said to us “What is it?” We both proudly sang “Uncle Dutchie the fix it man/If he can’t fix it nobody can/Yay Uncle Dutchie” we sang that bit a couple of times and we could tell that it touched him. He looked at us with so much love in his eyes and said “Girls, that sounded really pretty.” The next thing we knew, he put $5 in each of our hands and we gave him the biggest hug. I have so many other memories of Uncle Dutch, but that one is definitely my favorite and me that I will forever cherish.