Myron Wayne Douthit, age 69, passed away on July 21, 2023, in Boston, Massachusetts.
Myron Wayne Douthit was born on May 11, 1954 in Tuskegee, Alabama. He was the youngest of five children born to Mrs. Lucy (Black) Douthit. He attended West Blocton Junior High School, and West Blocton High School, where he excelled in sports and was an outstanding basketball player. He and his family relocated to Dorchester, Massachusetts where he attended, and graduated from, Dorchester High School.
Myron was employed by the Bank of America, where he was a data entry clerk for over 30 years. He was also a school bus driver serving special needs children for over 10 years.
He met and married Tahona Core, and to this union two sons were born, the late Myron Rashaud Core-Douthit of Boston, Massachusetts and Rasaan Omar Core-Douthit of Nashua, New Hampshire.
Myron Douthit was the proud grandfather of his loving granddaughter, Raynique Youri Taylor-Core, born to his late son, Myron Rashaud Core-Douthit and Monique Amira (Nikki) Taylor. He also cherished his step-granddaughter Amira Octavia Patterson and his three grandchildren Tresaan, Raynaia, and DeAndre.
Myron Douthit is survived by his son Rasaan Core (wife Laura) and their three children: Tresaan Rashaud Core, Raynaia Tiana Core, DeAndre Rasaan Core of Nashua, New Hampshire; his granddaughter Raynique Taylor-Core, of Boston, Massachusetts; his loving and caring fiancée, Lenora Clark Epps of Boston, Massachusetts, his sister, Rosia Belle Sarnoski of Green Brook, New Jersey, grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins, and other family members and friends.
Myron Douthit was preceded in death by his son Myron Rashaud Core-Douthit of Roxbury, Massachusetts; his mother, Lucy Douthit of Brighton, Massachusetts; his sisters Lois Lyons of Bessemer, Alabama, and Beverly Davis of Brockton, Massachusetts; and his brother, Command Sergeant Major Quillion Douthit Jr. of Anniston, Alabama.
The Douthit family extends our heartfelt thanks and gratitude for the many expressions of sympathy and kindness shown to us during the time of our bereavement. A special thank you to the Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE Program) of Boston, Massachusetts, administered by MassHealth and Medicare. May God bless and keep you.