Nicholas Mykut

Born: Mon., Jul. 20, 1925
Died: Thu., Jul. 12, 2018


Visitation

9:00 AM to 11:00 AM, Wed., Jul. 18, 2018
Location: Curtis A. Heath Funeral Home, Inc.


Funeral Service

11:00 AM Wed., Jul. 18, 2018
Location: Curtis A. Heath Funeral Home, Inc.


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Nicholas Mykut, 92, a resident of Green Ridge Village, Newville, Pa. formerly of Wood, Pa. passed peacefully on July 12, 2018 at 11:23pm. He was married to the former Lucille Virginia (Swindell) Mykut, who preceded him in death on July 13, 2011.
He was born to Wasyl and Pauline Maksimchak Mykut on July 20,1926 in Wood Pa.
He is survived by 3 sons, Ronald F. Swindell, Fredericksburg, VA, Richard J. Mykut, wife Judy of Middletown MD, Samuel J Mykut, wife Robin and a daughter, Susan D Hardesty husband James of Carlisle Pa.
Grandchildren
Richard Curt Mykut, Elizabeth Mykut Pellicott, Natalie Costa Otto, Callie Mykut, Ryan Mykut, David Swindell.
Great grandchildren
Waylon Mykut, Clay and Lane Pellicott, Alison, Victoria and Kennedy Otto, and Mikayla Mykut
Surviving also are 2 sisters Rosalie Mykut of Wood, Mary Panchisin of Chicago Il, and a brother Steve Mykut of Saxton RD.
Mr Mykut was preceded in death by a granddaughter, Alison Renee Costa, brothers, John, Samuel, Michael and Peter Mykut, sisters, Minnie Mykut Stears, Annie Mykut Carpenter, and infant Emile Mykut.
Having been a life long resident of Wood, he was happy to call the “Broad Top” home. He was also proud to have served in the Marine Corps from 1942-1946 where he was involved in war time activity in the South Pacific. He survived the attack on the aircraft carrier USS Wasp when it was hit by enemy fire. He attained the rank of Staff Sargent and qualified as an aircraft mechanic.
Mr. Mykut worked with many construction companies throughout Pa and Ohio and he was machinist in the coal mines and with Bethlehem Steel.
He will be remembered for his sense of humor and ability to make people laugh. In his younger years, he enjoyed hunting, fishing, football, reading books about facts and history and perfecting his bird calls. Anyone who knew him would remember his famous whippoorwill call. He was also very proud of all of the grandchildren and loved them unconditionally.
He was a member to the St Michaels Orthodox Church, and the UMWA .
Funeral services will be held at the Curtis A. Heath Funeral Home Inc. on Wednesday, July 18, 2018 at 11 AM with Father Thomas Klein officiating. Friends will be received two hours prior to the service.
Interment will take place in the St. Michaels Orthodox Cemetery, Wood, PA. with full military honors conducted by the Broad Top Area Honor Guard.
In lieu of flowers memorial contributions can be made to St. Michaels Orthodox Church, Wood, PA. 16694
Arrangements are under the direction of the Curtis A. Heath Funeral Home Inc. 5010 Railroad Ave. Broad Top City, PA. 16621. Online condolences can be made at www.caheathfh.com.




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Ronald Pawuk
   Posted Mon July 16, 2018
My condolences to the family! May his memory be eternal. Vicnaja Pamjat.

Phillip and Patricia Pawuk McFarland
   Posted Mon July 16, 2018
Our condolences to the family. Eternal Memory!

Josephine Lazarides
   Posted Mon July 16, 2018
Dear Family of Nicholas Mykut;

My sincere condolences to you all. Although I don't know you personally, I know you through your Aunt +Min Mykut Stears who was a very close personal friend of mine here in Los Angeles. I've also know your aunt, Mary Panchisin> May the memory of Nicholas be eternal. Sincerely, Josephine Lazarides

Glenda Strauser Rhodes
   Posted Tue July 17, 2018
My sincere condolences to your family. May God comfort and bless you in this time of grief.

Mary Berzansky
   Posted Wed July 18, 2018
I'd like to express my condolences to Nick's family. My dad, Alex Berzansky, talked so highly of Nick or Nicky ,as my dad called him. I heard Nick's name mentioned so many times in our home. My dad considered Nick a good friend ,I am sure they have met in Heaven and enjoying each other's friendship again.

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