Nathan C. Myers

May 05, 1978 ‒ April 13, 2016

Marysville, Ohio
Formerly of Sunbury, Ohio

Nathan C. Myers of Marysville and formerly of Sunbury entered eternal life due to a heart condition at the age of 37.

He was born May 5, 1978 in Columbus, Ohio.  Graduate of St. Charles Preparatory School and Bowling Green State University with a degree in Computer Science.

He worked in the I.T. Industry.

Nathan was an Eagle Scout and member of Our Lady of Lourdes Parish in Marysville.

Beloved son of Ronald and Elaine Myers of Sunbury.  Also surviving are brother Mark (Megan) Myers of Chaska, MN and sister Sarah (Nick) Jones of Sunbury.  Proud Uncle of Braxton, William, and Rowan Myers and Lillian, Anna, Matthew, and Bryce Jones.  Loving Godson of Don and Maureen Kocarek and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.

Nathan was a compassionate loving son and brother.  Our hearts hold wonderful memories and we will remember him with forever love.

Private Mass of Christian Burial will take place at St. John Neumann Catholic Church in Sunbury with Father David Sizemore officiating.  Burial will follow at Resurrection Cemetery in Lewis Center.

In Lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Union County Humane Society or Charity Newsies.

The DeVore-Snyder Funeral Home of Sunbury is honored to serve Nathan’s family.  Special memories and condolences can be expressed to them at .

  • Our sincere sympathy on the loss of your son and brother. Nathan was a gentle soul with a kind heart. Eternal rest grant unto him, Oh Lord, and let your perpetual light shine upon him.

  • I am so sorry for your loss. Nathan was such a nice guy. May he rest in enteral peace. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers.

  • Eternal rest grant onto him O Lord, and let your perpetual light shine upon him.
    Prayers for the family.
    Bert and Maria Morrison

  • I am so sorry for your loss. He was such a wonderful person. So glad I got the privalege to meet and work with him at the IGA .Rip Nathan

  • Our heartfelt condolences at the loss of such a fine young man. Nathan made quite an impact on me and my family as we all grew up while going through Boy Scouting at St. Paul Parish in Westerville with Troop 86. I’ll always remember Nathan as one of the finest Scouts, true to the oath, a beautiful person. Prayers, love, and wonderful memories heading your way. Peter & Debbie Piotrowski, Andy & Suzie Piotrowski, Dan & Heather Piotrowski.

  • Dear Ron, Elaine, Sarah, Nick, Mark, Megan and family. I am so very very sorry for your loss. I just cannot imagine your pain. Our heartfelt condolences are sent your way with prayers to the heavens. His time, cut far too soon on this earth. In the arms of Jesus now. May Jesus hold your hearts as well til you see him again someday.
    Our love and prayers for you all. Cindy, Brian, Shane, and Marinice Bauman

  • My prayers to the family. Nathan was a great person and a great friend. Rest in Peace good sir.

  • My deepest sympathies and condolences to the Myers family in this time of loss. Nathan was one of the finest men I have ever known, and I was privileged to have been his friend.

  • Elaine, Ron and Family
    Please know that our thoughts and prayers are for you during this very difficult time.

  • Nathan Myers was a fine young man. He always had a cheery comment to make to brighten everyone’s day. He made us laugh, which everyone knows is a gift. He passed too young. My condolences to his sister, brother and entire family. I’m sorry for what you are going through. I truly miss him as a friend.

  • To: Ron and Elaine Myers, their son Mark and daughter Sarah:
    My sympathy and prayers go out to all of you on the death of your son and brother, Nathan.
    I was scanning the Dispatch last week and when I saw Nathan’s picture and the details of his life, I realized that I had taught Nathan at St. Charles, freshman Latin I, I believe. I also believe I know your other son Mark as well, if my memory serves me correctly.
    My office manager at St. Philip the Apostle Parish (Marti Todd) confirmed all my recollections in a discussion yesterday. Her son, Corey, was also in Nathan’s class. They graduated in 1996, I think. That was my last year on the teaching faculty at St. Charles.
    It is always so sad to see a young man die young. One can only think of what might have been, yet his life shaped all of your lives in many ways. He was also part of the St. Charles Community, on which he left a lasting impression.
    I will offer Mass for Nathan on Friday evening, June 3, 2016 at the St. Charles Bacculaureate Mass. I will be a concelebrant at that Mass. In addition, because I am a great dog lover, I will make a contributin in his memory to the Union county Humane Society.
    Again, my prayers on your great loss. He will live in memory forever young.
    May he rest in peace.

    Fr. William L. Arnold
    Pastor, Holy Spirit and St. Philip the Apostle Parishes
    Columbus, Ohio

  • We are so sorry for your loss. We both worked with Nathan at Omnicare, in Dublin Ohio for many years. Many people liked him and we remember Nathan putting on a Santa outfit every Christmas and handing out candy to everyone at their desks. You will be in our prayers.
    Jeffery Collins
    Sonda Lou Letts