Kenneth Edward Myatt, age 84, of Atlanta passed away Thursday May 31, 2018. His wife Charlotte W Myatt survives him. He was born in Paducah, KY June 27, 1933. He left Paducah to attend Georgia Institute of Technology and graduated with a degree in Industrial Management. Kenneth was retired from service in the U.S. Navy as a two star Rear Admiral. He was also retired from a career in the information technology business as Executive Vice President of Consultec, inc. He is survived by his daughter Kim Croney and husband Mark, Lawrenceville; grandchildren Chad Dial and wife Meredith, Maggie McDaniel and husband Shaun, two great grandchildren Finley McDaniel and Myatt Dial. He will be greatly missed by his family, friends and all who knew him. He was welcomed to heaven this week by his son Steven L. Myatt who passed way November 21, 2009. There will be a private service for the family following which he will be laid to rest at the Georgia National Cemetery in Canton, Ga with military honors on Tuesday, June 5th. In lieu of flowers donations may be made in Kenneth’s name to the Alzheimer’s Foundation

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  1. We are so sorry to hear about Ken. May the God of all comfort continue to be with you and your family.

  2. To our dear Uncle Ken, you will forever be in our hearts and missed so much. We love you so much and know there was quite a reunion in Heaven and lots of jets flying on Thursday night when you arrived.

  3. My sweet Great Uncle Ken, you will be greatly missed! Your funny stories and sense of humor always made me smile, and I will cherish those memories. Forever in our hearts, we love you!

  4. Thanks for your service and leadership. Enjoyed serving with you. Condolences and blessing for your family.

  5. Sorry to hear about your lost I know it can be difficult to see the brighter side of things when we are faced with these trials but god does promise us that we will have a ressurection and soon we will be reunited with our loved ones again my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family (acts 24:15)

  6. My Dear Uncle Ken will be missed greatly. He has always been a big part of my life since I was born. I have so so many great memories and will always smile fondly and lovingly when I hear his name. He has always been a role model and mentor for me. I know he is in heaven smiling down on us. I love you, Uncle Ken, and I sure will miss your smiling face!

  7. So sorry for your loss.  During this difficult time, find comfort in God’s thrilling promise found at Revelation 21: 3, 4 to soon wipe out every tear from our eyes, for death to be no more , and no more pain these things will be done away.  Knowing this promise I hope wiil give you the strength to endure. 

  8. Charlotte and Family, I am so sorry for your loss. Ken was a great leader and the best boss I ever had. He was a true gentleman and he is missed. We’ll meet again, Ken. Blessings, Lynn

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