Natalie Suzanne Myers Goyette, 44, of Oak Ridge, passed away Sunday, March 13, 2016, at Jackson Manor Nursing Home in Jackson.
She was born December 17, 1971, in Cape Girardeau, to Dale and Judith Daume Myers.
Natalie was an active member of Emanuel United Church of Christ in Jackson, where she was baptized March 5, 1972, and was instrumental in establishing “Kids Who Care”.
She was a graduate of Jackson High School and University of Missouri, Columbia.
Natalie’s interest in art started at a very young age. She began taking private art lessons when she was only five years old. After graduating from college, she worked at the St. Louis Art Museum. Upon returning to Jackson, she worked at Kies Eye Center in Cape Girardeau, did freelance art from home, and was a member of the adult art group in Jackson.
She was an outgoing, loving, caring person who will be missed by many. Of utmost importance to her was being a good mom to her only child, Will.
Loving survivors include her parents, Dale and Judith Myers of Oak Ridge; a son, Will Goyette of Colorado Springs, Colorado; two siblings, Brian (Tonya) Myers and children Dustin, Kali, and Brynn of Oak Ridge, Julie (Ben) Davis and sons, Jack and Kevin of Farmington, Missouri; beloved uncles, aunts, and their families: Richard (Jane) Daume of Phoenix, Arizona, Vernon (Ethel) Daume and Joyce (Wayne) Bock of Oak Ridge, Jean (Kent) Puchbauer, Mary (Harold) Robinson and Ruth (Larry) Barks of Jackson; Gene (Jeanie) Myers of Eureka, Missouri; Bill (Greta) Myers of Willow Springs; and the family of the late Don Myers; many great-uncles, great-aunts, dear friends, and a very special physician, Dr. Thomas (Carol) Sparkman of Cape Girardeau.
She was preceded in death by her grandparents, Paul and Hester Myers, and Charles and Marie Daume; and an uncle, Don Myers.
The Revs. Sam Roethemeyer and Joe Rowley officiated a private funeral at McCombs Funeral Home and Cremation Center in Jackson. Burial was private Old Goshen Cemetery near Oak Ridge.
Memorials may take the form of contributions to the Memorial Fund of Emanuel United Church of Christ in Jackson or Old Goshen Cemetery.
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