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David J. Hyatt

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David J. Hyatt, 66, of Middletown, PA passed away peacefully surrounded by his loving family on January 9, 2023 in M.S. Hershey Medical Center. He was the loving husband of Vicki P. Hyatt.

Born in Welland, Canada on August 1, 1956, he was the son of John O. Hyatt and Anna H. Hyatt.

Dave was immensely loved by his family and friends. Those blessed to be in his life understood the amazing love and devotion he gave to everyone he shared his time with. Dave always cared for, comforted, and cherished his family. He loved a great weekend at camp tearing up the trails on a four-wheeler while enjoying a few beverages along the way. He adored his home country of Canada and always looked forward to the next trip to be lakeside and relish in the great outdoors. Dave genuinely enjoyed fishing, woodworking projects, or just listening to your day. Over many years of battling with cancer, he explored new hobbies such as painting pictures (as his father also did), journaling, and caring for his house pets. Dave had a personality that was contagious and unique, full of humor, playfulness, and laughter.

David is survived by his wife Vicki P. Hyatt of Middletown; his children Amber Hyatt-Schaeffer (Scott) of Middletown, Derek Hyatt (Tricia) of Pittsburgh, Tera Jones (Brian) of Mechanicsburg, Angel Piaskowski (Stan) of Ringtown, Danielle McDonald (Scott) of Harrisburg, and Darren Kline (Allison) of Barnesville; his grandchildren Kendal Peck, Michael Hevel, Morgan McDonald, Devon Schaeffer, Bryson Jones, Carter Jones, Leela Hyatt, Cohen Hyatt, Asher Hyatt, Cadence Kline, and Chason Kline; his siblings Joseph Hyatt (Dana) of Las Vegas and Mary Hyatt (Jim) of Manchester; and nieces, nephews, and many friends.

A Celebration of Life will be held on Sunday, February 19, 2023 from 2:00pm-6:00pm at:

Stock’s Manor

2421 Mt. Allen Drive

Mechanicsburg, PA 17055

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital at, or your local Humane Society at

The Sullivan Funeral Home is honored to serve the Hyatt family.

One memory on “David J. Hyatt”

  1. My greatest memory of David will always be the day I had the privilege to take him trout fishing. It was a beautiful summer day and him and I were having a good time and catching fish. Then I had a big fish on the line and I turned around to bring the fish into the net and I stepped in a ground hog hole and fell face first and landed on my right hand and wrist and David said to me are you ok and I said yes. But a little while later I said my wrist is hurting but I will be ok so we stayed there fishing for about another hour. Later on that night my wrist and hand and arm was hurting and I had a rough night with my hand and wrist. The next day I was off to the doctors office and had an exray and to my surprise I found out that I broke my wrist and my little finger. And when I when over to visit David and Vicki they were both as shocked as I was too find out what happened to my wrist that I had broken it. I do have a lot of other memories of David but that is one that I will always remember. I will miss you everyday David ❤️ RIP

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