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Ronald Charles Myer

March 25, 1941 ~ April 22, 2022 (age 81)

Obituary

Ronald C. Myer, a proud 22-year veteran of the
United States Navy passed away April 22, 2022.
The son of Charles S. Myer and Winifred L. Myer
(Foster), Ronald grew up in Chenoa Illinois. He was
born March 25, 1941 and attended Chenoa High
School where he played football, basketball and
baseball.
At the age of 17 Ronald enlisted in the Navy. He
valued this service highly and attained the rank of
Electronics Warfare Technician Master Chief Petty
Officer (EWCM). While in the Navy Ron also earned
his Electrical Engineering degree from Purdue
University. During his Navy tenure Ron was stationed
in Morocco, Virginia, San Francisco and Greece.
While in Greece Ron volunteered and coached youth
sports, and was a beloved Scoutmaster with the Boy
Scouts of America. After retiring from the Navy, Ron
continued to work in the private sector achieving the
position of Program Director at both Northrop
Grumman Corporation and Litton Applied
Technology until his retirement.
Ronald is survived by his wife of 40 years Magda
Myer, his sister Rita Piercy, Normal, IL and his
children; Jimmy Myer, Columbus, OH, Gisele Myer,
NYC, NY, John Myer, San Jose, CA, and Charles Myer,
Tampa, FL. 4 grandchildren Anthony, Alexander,
Madeleine, and Ashley, and 1 great granddaughter,
Lyla.
His loved ones will remember that Ron was always
very generous with his money especially in a time of
need. Ronald was also the Vice President of AHEPA
(Greek Orthodox organization) as well as the
leader/creator of a group called “Forever Young at
Heart” where he planned trips for a group of elderly
church members at his Parrish that they absolutely
loved.
A service honoring the life of Ronald will be held at
St. John the Baptist Greek Orthodox Church on
5/2/2022. Burial will take place at Sarasota National
Cemetery the following day, 5/3/2022 with full
military honors.

 

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Services

Visitation
Monday
May 2, 2022

10:00 AM to 11:00 AM
St John The Baptist Greek Orthodox Church
2418 W. Swann Avenue
Tampa, FL 33609

Funeral Service
Monday
May 2, 2022

11:00 AM
St John The Baptist Greek Orthodox Church
2418 W. Swann Avenue
Tampa, FL 33609

Military Honors
Tuesday
May 3, 2022

11:00 AM
Sarasota National Cemetery

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