Philip "Phil" D. Hyatt
Hyatt, of Malden passed away Saturday morning, January 25, 2020
with his loving family at his side, he was 76. Phil was born in
Melrose on May 29, 1943, the son of the late Edward & Mary C.
A lifelong resident of Malden, he
was raised at the top of "the Hill" that is Rockingham Ave. With
High Rock serving as his backyard, he developed a love for
Malden, especially the Maplewood area. This could be seen
through his passion for the history of his beloved hometown.
Phil also loved antiques and
researching them, and loved to travel especially via cruises to
warm climates. Above all, he loved spending time with family and
sharing our history.
He always had a smile and a story for everyone he met, even
throughout his courageous and difficult battle with
He is the epitome of unconditional love, and he
is profoundly missed.
He was educated in the Malden School
system; he graduated from Malden Vocational High School with the
Class of 1961. Phil first worked for Kimbill Machine Shop for 20
years, and then later was employed with General Motors
Corporation, working at the Framingham GM plant. He was a tool
maker/ machinist and was responsible with keeping the production
line machinery working properly. He was first with the
Framingham plant until they closed, then was moved to Tarrytown,
NY plant and then to Oklahoma City plant.
Philip was the beloved husband of
Helen (Santomango) Hyatt of 55 years. Devoted father of Tina
O’Rourke and husband Brian of Newton, NH & Phil D. Hyatt and
wife Amanda Joe Dembroski-Hyatt of Hope Dale, OH. Loving brother
of Edward Hyatt and wife Donna of AK & Walter Hyatt and wife
Elizabeth of Walpole. Philip was the cherished grandfather of
Adam & Kevin O’Rourke, Brayden Clark Dembroski & Abigail Joe
Dembroski and was a proud uncle of Kevin & Daniel Hyatt.
Philip’s funeral will be held from
the Weir-MacCuish Golden Rule Funeral Home, 144 Salem St.,
Malden on Friday January 31, 2020 at 7:45AM, followed by a Mass
of Christian Burial in St. Joseph’s Church, Malden at 9AM.
In lieu of flowers contributions in
Philip’s memory can be made to a charity of one’s choice.
Interment to follow in Forest Glade Cemetery, Wakefield.
Relatives and friends are invited to visiting
hours at the funeral
home on Thursday, January. 30, 2020 from 4-8PM.