Ronald Joseph Meyette
Ronald Joseph Meyette passed away on Friday August 30, 2019 at McLaren Bay Region Medical Center with his wife by his side. He was 84 years old.
Ron was born in Bay City, MI. on September 4, 1934 to the late Joseph and Annabelle (Ouillette) Meyette. Ron married the love of his life Amanda (Vegso) Meyette on December 22, 1972, they shared a deep and everlasting love for over 46 years. Ron served his country for 21 years working for the Air Force as an Aeronautical Engineer in Research and Development. After retiring as a Lt. Colonel, he returned to his roots and family to become a farmer in Pinconning, Michigan. He was an avid deer hunter with both bow and rifle, loved fishing, golf, tennis, and camping. He did it all and did it well. He especially loved playing euchre with his good buddies. When he retired again, he and his wife traveled the country for many years in a pop-up camper. From Key West, to California, to Mexico, Canada, and Alaska they enjoyed the journey together.
Left behind to celebrate and cherish his memory besides his wife are his children, Westly (Nancy) Meyette, Joseph Meyette, and daughter Michele (Shelly) Meyette. His son-in-law Anthony Osmond, his sister Sharon Meyette Stalsberg, his grandchildren Sara, Westly Jr., and Kyle Meyette and Wyatt and Annabell Osmond. Great grandchildren Skylah and Ryker Meyette. Many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and cousins and countless friends, they all loved him. He was predeceased by his daughter Ronda, step-daughter Lisa Osmond, sister Sheral Kay, brothers Gerald and Gordon Meyette.
Cremation has taken place. A memorial celebration will be held at Rivertown Chapel in KawKawlin, Michigan from 2 P.M. to 5 P.M. at 5 P.M. there will be a memorial service.
Those planning an expression of sympathy may wish to make a memorial contribution to the wishes of the family. On line condolences can be made to Lee- Ramsay Funeral Home. I would like to thank all the kind employees at Huron Woods Nursing Home for the compassionate care and attention they gave to Ron. He was well cared for and loved by many of you.