In Loving Memory Of
Donald Myers
1942 - 2023

Donald Myers, 81, of Residence Moncton “Mapleton Wing”, passed away on Thursday, November 23rd, 2023, at the Moncton Hospital.

Born in Moncton, NB, he was the son of the late Leo and the late Rita (Lirette) Myers.

Prior to his retirement, Donald was an electrician and after worked as a food inspector / plant manager with Bonté Foods. Mom and dad loved travelling and spent their winters in Florida until mom took sick. They loved taking Sunday drives, often ending up driving down some bumpy old dirt road. Dad loved hunting and fishing in his younger days. Dad had a love of antique cars and watching old western movies. Dad was an excellent guitar player and loved to play and sing the old country songs when an opportunity came along. You are finally reunited with mom.

He will be dearly missed by his daughters: Giselle Arsenault (Allan) of Moncton and Tracy Thomson (Mark) of Riverview; his very special and treasured grandchildren: Brianne Arsenault and Jace Thomson; his sisters: Diana Anderson (John) of Moncton and Stella Myers-Sedore of Toronto, ON; his brother, Thomas Myers (Rejeanne) of Moncton, as well as many nieces and nephews.

He was predeceased by his wife, Joan (Sisson) Myers in 2019.

At the family’s request, no visitation and no funeral service will be held.

Interment in Notre-Dame-du-Calvaire Columbarium, Dieppe, NB.

” Dad knew his life was through

But wasn’t scared to die

Dad closed his pain filled eyes

His final breath a sigh

His wife took his hand

And whispered “Welcome Dear’

It’s been so very long –

we won’t be parted here.”

Adopted from Jack Horne

The family invites you to sign a book of condolences at:

Arrangements under the professional care of Passage-Chartersville Funeral Cooperative and Cremation Center, 363 Amirault Street, Dieppe, NB, (506) 857-1901.

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  1. Don was a very liked person and he is reunited with Joan.We met them in Florida and very nice couple they were .Sorry to the Family.Isee he lived next door to me at Residence Moncton at Mapleton……….I go there all the time but never saw him …. Helen Leblanc.

  2. Oh my sweet uncle! The memories I have of you will live on forever in my heart! From your many trips to Ontario with auntie. To visiting you in Florida. To you walking me down the isle telling me jokes all the way down! I will cherish and love you forever! I’m happy to know you are now in the arms of your precious wife and I can already here her…oh Don!!! Lol. Have fun you two lovebirds!

  3. Uncle Don and Aunt Joan were always very kind to my Arthurette family. I recall several Christmas celebrations when Uncle Don would play his guitar and sing festive songs. There were many stories shared around the old wood stove. My fondest memory is when as a 16 yr old driver I backed my old car into his much better boat of a vehicle. I sheepishly went into the house to deliver the news and he didn’t even go look at the fender bender. He said that he was going to trade in the vehicle soon anyway. That was the type of man, uncle that Uncle Don was. My condolences and prayers for his family. Please allow yourself time to grieve…

  4. May Donald rest in peace ,he was a very nice man we met him at music ,good musician and singer ,our condolences to his family and friends 🙏 💔 😢

  5. A life well lived .. a kind and beloved neighbour .. and friend .. rest well. Linda LeBlanc

  6. I’m truly sorry for your family’s loss.❤️
    Your dad lived a wonderful life surrounded by his loved ones and now he’s reunited with his wife. Sending you love and strength during this difficult time. ❤️

  7. To Diana,
    My sincere condolences on the passing of your brother, Don.
    Thoughts and prayers.

  8. Gisele and Tracy, so sorry for your loss. It has been many years since I saw your father and after all of this time, I remember him for his smile and his love of cars! May he rest in peace. 💗

  9. To the family, many treasured memories with your dad and mom! Lobster weekend was one I really miss and cards games for 10 dimes! The laughs and tears that were shared. Oh, to sit down with them and talk awhile and maybe Don and I would sing a song, love and blessings to you all.
    Colleen (Crawford) McHatten and Fraser

  10. A very special man will be missed for sure. You have brought joy and laughter and touched many of us. Rest in peace cousin 🙏

  11. So sorry to hear of Don’s passing. We both knew both Don and Joan well through Lions club. We
    enjoyed them. Our condolences to the family.

  12. Giselle Tracy and families, So sorry to hear of your Dads passing. Our Sincere sympathies to everyone. Thinking of you and all the good times we had with your Mom and Dad and all the cottagers over the years. Lots of good music and laughs for sure. RIP Don!

  13. Condolences to the family. Don was a super cousin. Showed me around the Clearwater/ Largo Florida and introduced me to many activity directors for parks in the area which ending up doing shows with him as a special guest. We’ll all miss miss you cousin Don

  14. Our Deepest sympathy for the lost of your brother! Tom & Rejeanne; Family Love Roger & Lorraine xoxo

  15. Thinking of all,Giselle ,Tracy& Family’s at this sad time in your life.I know he will be greatly missed but know he is now reunited with your mom in peace.We have missed him the last few years on the River as a great neighbour & friend with many laughs as well as his music over that time.Our sympathies goes out to all the family.RIP Don.

  16. I had the pleasure of working with this fine gentleman at Bonte Foods. Don was truly a great person even in his management capacity. He was always so kind, friendly and considerate. He loved to laugh and always was genuine and thoughtful -no matter who he was speaking with. His loyalty was beyond reproach. My sincere condolences for your loss. They don’t make them like Don anymore. RIP my old friend.

  17. My Deepest Condolences to Don’s Family . Don was a good Friend to me over many years and will be missed but never forgotten.

  18. Was a wonderful person. Got me a job at Boney Foods and he is my cousin. Did some fishing with him. Rest in peace Donald

  19. Our deepest condolences to the family. He was such a good man. You are in our thoughts.


  21. Our condolences to your families.
    Don and Joan were always gracious and great hosts. Lots of laughter and fun.
    They will be missed.

  22. We met Don while visiting our mother who shared the same long-term care facility as Joan. Don was always there and was amazing with all the residents. He was an amazing man.

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