Robert Myatt

June 5, 1962 - January 8, 2021

Funeral Details: Celebration of Rob's Life to be held on June 5, 2021 Details to be Announced

Myatt, Robert James, passed away January 8, 2021 at Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre, Barrie, ON.

Proud father of his daughter Charlee Wright aka Beautiful. Charlee was the center of Rob’s world. Rob made friends every where he went. He had a charismatic personality and a great sense of humor. Rob was Survived by his mother Mary Myatt. Sisters Barbara Davis (Bill), Marion Bowler and his brother Shayne Myatt (Brenda). Robert will be lovingly remembered by his nieces Breanna Davis,  Briar Bowler, nephew Riley Davis and Charlee’s mother Chantelle Wright. He will be dearly missed by his family, friends and coworkers.

Please feel free to share memories & photos with the family.

Celebration of Rob's life to be held on June 5, 2021.

CONDOLENCES

19 Condolences
  • Briar Bowler
    Posted on: Sunday, January 10, 2021 Reply

    Miss my unc , love you 😍

  • Melanie Blackburn
    Posted on: Sunday, January 10, 2021 Reply

    My deepest sympathies to Rob’s family and especially his daughter Charlee and her mother Chantelle. I had the pleasure of spending many days and nights at Rob and Chantelle’s house when Charlee was first born, and was privileged to witness what a wonderful father Rob was to Charlee. He loved playing with her and it was a joy to see that no matter her request…Rob was “game” to play along. Not only was Rob such a caring father, but he was always willing to lend a hand when needed, from shoveling for a neighbour to picking something up for someone. He always made everyone feel welcomed and his kindness was shown to many. Rob, you will be greatly missed…but also greatly remembered. -Mel

  • Taylor Durocher
    Posted on: Sunday, January 10, 2021 Reply

    Rest easy rob miss you already you always made me laugh lots of good times take care my friend

  • Charlee (Beautiful)
    Posted on: Sunday, January 10, 2021 Reply

    I am Charlee the beloved daughter of Robert Myatt. I am going to miss my dad so much and I just know that we won’t have to be in pain or suffer anymore. He will always be with all of us forever. Not in person but in our hearts. I am sad that I didn’t get to say goodbye but I know that he is in a better place now. I love him and I will never forget him for as long as I live❤️I promise Dad I will learn how to fix a car like you were going to show me.

  • Chantelle Wright
    Posted on: Sunday, January 10, 2021 Reply

    Rob,
    You were right. You said I would miss you when you were gone. I just didn’t realize how much. I wish I could have one moment with you to tell you how I really feel. I did not get to say goodbye. You gave me the most beautiful, intelligent, confident and spunky little girl and she is that way because of you. I promise to alway make sure that your beautiful is taken care of. I will make sure your memory is always with her every moment of her life. I know you loved us both until your last breath and we love you more than words can express. I will always have you in her. When I look in her eyes I have you. You will always have a special place in my heart. You will live on through her and we will never forget. We will have you in our hearts forever. You will always be in my heart and and my soul. We will celebrate you in everything we do and have Black Forest cake on your birthday. Thank you for all the good times, laughs and the memories. I will always love you. Until we meet again. I love you(little bit)❤️

  • Justin bonin
    Posted on: Monday, January 11, 2021 Reply

    I worked with Rob for a couple years. He was funny always came too work and worked hard. Everyone that knew knew him as a kind soul who cared about everyone around him.

  • Danielle Wright
    Posted on: Monday, January 11, 2021 Reply

    I met Rob through my sister. I can remember how much in love the two of you were. We shared many good times and laughs together. Always going down to the Simcoe together and you listening to us sing for hours haha. At first when she met you I thought you two wouldn’t last. I was wrong, you ended up more in love and then shared a beautiful daughter (my niece) Charlee. I see so much of her in you. She has your smile and your funny attitude. I know you will live in her always, and we will continually be reminded of the great person and dad you were. You and Chan eventually parted but you always had eachother in mind and in your hearts. I know there will never be a love like you for Chan. She really loved you, and I know you know that. I’m glad to know you’re not in pain anymore, but my heart hurts to know you’re gone. Thank you for coming into my life and making my beautiful niece. You will always be remembered. Especially barking like a dog out my car window haha

  • jim wright
    Posted on: Monday, January 11, 2021 Reply

    met Rob through chan liked him right from the getco. we became very close I was always Pops shared a lot of time together . fishing gardening barbecueing and CRIB . he hatted to loose but charlee finally taught him how to win.WE shared a lot of our experiances about life together .would give you the shirt off his back and do anything he could to help you. Thank you for the beautifull granddaughter charlee you left us.and all the laughes we shared together. Rob had a great respect for his elders,he always called my wife Janine,Nan. He loved the visits from my mother-in-law Rebecca,and they shared manygood stories about when he was younger.Rob had a good outlook on life. He learned very young in life to live his life ONE DAY AT A TIME.A lesson we could all learn.One more time Rob…..cant same enough about your BIG heart and kindness .May you rest in peace .We love you.Popps and Nan.

  • Zack Smith
    Posted on: Monday, January 11, 2021 Reply

    I worked with Rob a few years ago for the summer – he was always such a pleasure to work with. Super funny and always had a smile on his face.. I couldn’t say a bad word about him. One of the most genuine and kind hearted people I’ve had the chance to work with. Deeply saddened by the news – my deepest condolences to his family and friends. He will be missed by all.

  • Betty Skien
    Posted on: Monday, January 11, 2021 Reply

    I was saddened to learn of Rob’s passing…..Rob was a great guy, great friend , had a heart of gold and would do anything for you. Rob, Chan, Nan, Popps and myself had many great times together in their home. Rob’s greatest loves in his life were his beautiful daughter Charlee and her mother Chantelle and being able to spend as much time as he could with Charlee.
    Rest in peace my friend and we will remember you and our good times.

  • Diane Dickson
    Posted on: Monday, January 11, 2021 Reply

    My deepest sympathy goes out to all of Robert’s family and that beautiful daughter of his.

  • John Blackman
    Posted on: Tuesday, January 12, 2021 Reply

    I was a classmate of Rob’s as kids at Codrington (and later at North for a while). I have a clear memory of him from childhood when Mr Cockburn took his late Son Scott, Rob and myself to the movies. Its a small memory but one that comes up often and now sadly both of those childhood friends are gone (way too soon).
    Pastor John Blackman
    Brooklin, Ontario.

  • Jerome Lediard
    Posted on: Tuesday, January 12, 2021 Reply

    Rob and I were elementary school classmates who would bump into one another from time to time, and athough I hadn’t seen him in many years now,
    I had hoped to catch up with him again some day.
    So sorry for your loss; Rob was a good and kind man.

  • Stan & Sue
    Posted on: Tuesday, January 12, 2021 Reply

    To Mary, Barb, Marion and Shayne and all your family our deepest sympathy goes out to you.
    Rob will be missed but you will always have memories.

    Stan & Sue Ste Croix

  • Sharlene Backhurst
    Posted on: Tuesday, January 12, 2021 Reply

    So sorry to hear of Robbie’s passing. To Mary, Barb, & Charlee’s family’s. Tony, Alan, & I are thinking of you all at this difficult sad time. Robbie was definitely a funny guy & made us laugh. He would help anyone in need on the spot. We remember him coming to fix our roof one winter when the ice was backing up under the shingles. He was there immediately. Charlee, your dad will always look over you! RIP Robbie

  • Patricia Shaw (Power)
    Posted on: Wednesday, January 13, 2021 Reply

    Mary, Barb, Marion and Shayne…my deepest condolences. Robbie was definitely a very special and kind person. RIP

  • ROY AND JOYCE BARKER
    Posted on: Thursday, January 14, 2021 Reply

    GOD BLESS CHANTELL CHARLEE Sorry 4 ur loss,we’re gonna miss Rob too,He was very proud father.a little tidbit I have,I met Charlee once a couple of years ago,sugarbabymy dog and I went for are usual visit to Rob, He introduce me to Charlee, she had a big bag of toys and candy,it was so awesome what she did,she gave sugarbaby a stuffed toy 4 her trailer and shared her candy with us.its a day I’ll never forget. SHARING IS CARING That’s we teach r grandkids. R.I.P ROB

  • Andy n Gail Traynor
    Posted on: Friday, January 15, 2021 Reply

    Rob. I was so shocked to hear this news. ,, that shock turned into tears n then sadness ,, I. Don’t even no what to say .. except I’m sitting here. N seeing that big beautiful handsome smile of yours. 😁… n. Now. I’m. Thinking. Of all the great chats we had over many years. ,, n. I’m trying to think of. One of ur. Funny jokes. U would tell me n. I would laugh n always be smiling. :: so. Now.
    I must continue my strength .. n smile. Like. U always did. .. n. You are smiling right now I. Feel it. 😄😄😄😄❤️💕💕. Until we meet again. Keep everyone smiling k. God bless. You allll. Love 💕 Gail n Andy

  • Janine & Brad Waters
    Posted on: Sunday, January 17, 2021 Reply

    Our deepest sympathy to the entire Myatt family. We have many special memories from childhood, as neighbouring families.
    Janine, Brad and the entire Hargreaves family.

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