Passed away peacefully with family present at the Renfrew Victoria Hospital. Predeceased by his parents Ernest Wyatt and Marion (Kelly). Survived by his loving wife Janet (Rankine) of 65 years and his sisters Betty Bowen and Margaret Cuming. Predeceased by brother-in-laws Bill Bowen and Harry Cuming. Lovingly remembered by his children David (Amy) Colin (Gina) and Shona (Sylvain). Deeply missed by his five grandchildren Jodi, Graham, Cory, Katherine and Emilie and his two wonderful great grandchildren Mackenzie and Benjamin, as well as, many nieces and nephews.
A Military burial will be held on May 25th at 11:00 am at Beechwood National Military Cemetery in Ottawa. Private family gathering to follow. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Renfrew Victoria Hospital would be appreciated.
Our deepest condolences. I regret not being able to be there in person to say my goodbyes. Uncle David has had and will always have a special place in my heart. There are so many memories of fun family times spent together. May he rest in peace and enjoy playing with Bert and Ruffy once again.
Will miss you forever. Lots of fond memories I will cherish❤❤
He looks so happy So sorry for your loss
So many wonderful memories. His beautiful smile at 86 is the same as it 21 when he married my Mom.
My deepest sympathies to you Shona and your family. Thinking of you all ❤️
David was a wonderful man and I enjoyed serving and cooking for him at quail creek. He will be missed greatly by staff and residents.
Thinking of all the Wyatt families. We have such good memories from all the times spent together at the Madawaska River. A little peace of Heaven.
Uncle David, you were the best Uncle, always happy to see me, always ready with a joke or two and your care and concern always touched me. I will miss you so much. I hope you are happy where you are playing with your dogs. Till we meet again💔
David was a great man had a pleasure helping him out at Quail Creek. Will remember the hard times he gave me but the good jokes to and how he liked to be the comedian. My condolences to Janet and the family.
Dearest father, my sadness is only surpassed by the respect, love and happiness I feel, for being so lucky to have had you in my life.
Sometimes I see you in my mirror, and hear you in my voice, and my innermost thoughts...
Your affect on my life was profound.
You helped me through difficult times, and shared in some of my happiest moments, and for that I will be forever grateful.