Donald S. Myers


NAUGATUCK – Donald Scott Myers, 69, husband of Pamela (Johnson) Myers, died peacefully on Feb. 13, 2024, at his home with loving family by his side.

Scott was born April 5, 1954 in Waterbury, a son of the late Donald E. and Ann (Moran) Myers. Scott graduated from St. Francis Grammar School and Naugatuck High School, and worked for the Naugatuck Board of Education for 15 years, retiring in 2007.

Scott enjoyed golfing, attending the auction in Seymour, and walking with Layla and his friends. He also enjoyed refurbishing any old item he could get his hands on.

In addition to Pam, his wife of 36 ½ years, Scott is survived by his son, Matthew Myers (Vanessa); daughter Kristen Myers; siblings Gary Myers (Janice), Rick Myers, Nancy Knapp (Larry), Suzanne Porto, Jill Myers and Keith Myers (Nicole); grandsons, Julian Gonzalez and Sonny Myers; granddaughter Mia Myers, and one granddaughter on the way; many nieces, nephews and beloved canine companion, Layla.

In addition to his parents, Scott was predeceased by his mother-in-law Dianne Engelstad; father-in-law Robert Johnson; sister-in-law Patti Johnson and brother-in-law David Porto.

Family and friends were to gather to honor and celebrate Scott’s life on Sunday, Feb. 18, 2024, from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Buckmiller Thurston Mengacci Funeral Home, 82 Fairview Ave., Naugatuck.

In lieu of flowers and to honor Scott’s memory, donations are requested to Angel Flight at; or to Hartford HealthCare Hospice, 1 Northwestern Drive, No. 1, Bloomfield, CT 06002.

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