Ronald Wyatt, age 63, of Lafayette, LA passed away in his home Sunday, January 14, 2018. A celebration of life will be conducted on Thursday, January 18, 2018 at 2:00 pm at Valley View Baptist Church in Tuscaloosa, Alabama with Steve Wyatt, Ronald's brother, officiating. Visitation will be one hour prior to the service at the church. Interment will follow at Memory Hill Gardens in Tuscaloosa. Ronald was born on June 10, 1954 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. He was born into a Christian family, one of five children. He graduated from West End Christian School in 1972, where he lettered in every sport and was named Most Athletic in his class. Ronald and his family settled in Lafayette, Louisiana in 1997 to continue his career with Dolly Madison. He retired in 2017 as the Maintenance Director of Maison de Lafayette, and spent the last year taking one well deserved break. Ronald has a reputation for giving 120% in any line of work he touched and instilled that work ethic in his four sons. Ronald never met a stranger. He loved Alabama football, Dreamland BBQ and most especially his five grandchildren. If you knew him and his family, you would say he was a lucky man; he did win two Cadillac cars in his life! He was preceded in death by his wife Vicki, his parents Nellie and F.C. Wyatt, and brother-in-law Sammy Spencer. Ronald is survived by his four sons; Jason Wyatt (granddaughters, Mary Grace, Avery and Emma and wife, Stephanie), Nathan Wyatt (granddaughter Amelia and wife, Stacie), Nash Wyatt (grandson Riley and wife Kristin), and Nicholas Wyatt; and siblings Steve (wife, Shirley), Harold (wife, Joan), Sarah Spencer, Ferral (wife, Celeste), along with many loving nephews and nieces, and many friends whom he loved. Pallbearers will be his nephews. Norwood-Wyatt Chapel Funeral Home of Fayette, 205-932-6702 is in charge of arrangements for the visitation and funeral. The family would like to extend the deepest gratitude to Dr. Charles Wendling and the staff of Our Lady of Lourdes Oncology Clinic. Donations may be sent in Ronald’s memory to the Geller Oncology Fund.