Oliver Bruce Hyatt, Known As OB, Passed Away Peacefully at the Village Cornerstone Hospice House
Oliver Bruce Hyatt, more commonly known as OB, passed away peacefully at Village Cornerstone Hospice House in Fort Lauderdale at age 87. He leaves behind his loving wife Nancy as well as children, grandchildren and a great grandson.
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Early Life and Education
Oliver Hyatt was born in Dillon, South Carolina and attended Springfield Pentecostal Holiness Church. He leaves behind his wife Helen Hyatt; sons Raymond and Lynn Hyatt; grandchildren Donna McQueen, Bradley Neumann Jr, Jackson Hyatt Olivia Hyatt Hogan Hyatt with great-grandchildren Dawson McQueen and Jacklyn Smith along with other nieces, nephews, and cousins.
After serving his national service in the Swiss Army, he returned to Ecole Hoteliere de Lausanne to study hospitality. With a keen passion for food and an international reputation as one of the finest chefs, his skills are highly esteemed among chefs worldwide.
He first joined Grand Hyatt Singapore as Mezza9’s opening chef in 2000 before moving on to Grand Hyatt Taipei before making his way back home to SG.
Oliver Hyatt served as department supervisor with Waverly Mills and owned Tiny’s Place in Laurinburg. A member of Springfield Pentecostal Holiness Church, Oliver Hyatt leaves behind many nieces, nephews and friends to cherish his memory.
Last season, he proved a powerful deep threat for Tennessee, leading the SEC with 15 touchdown receptions. Although his route tree may be limited, he excels at tracking the ball over either shoulder and has long arms to pluck balls out of the air.
Hyatt made her WCW debut on December 31, 1987’s episode of World Championship Wrestling and made two subsequent appearances: Fall Brawl as manager for Nasty Boys and Starrcade as ringside for title defenses against Arn Anderson and Dangerously respectively.
Achievement and Honors
Oliver Dylan Hyatt was an 19-year-old sophomore who loved Ocean Beach, skateboarding, food, urban exploration, animals and family. A scholarship named in his honor is given each year to an outstanding graduate student deemed by faculty committee to have performed exceptional internship work.
As well as his hospitality career, Mr. Haile serves as an active arts patron, serving on the boards of SFMOMA and California College of the Arts for over 25 years and on those of NEA and Smithsonian Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden respectively. Additionally, his background in construction engineering allows him to be hands-on when it comes to his art collections, often helping fabricate pieces on site.
Oliver Hyatt will be dearly missed by his wife Nancy and children Raymond (Dara) Hyatt (Nancy), Lynn Hyatt and granddaughters Olivia and Hogan Hyatt; as well as Roxie Caulder of Laurinburg, SC and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.
Ollie most enjoyed spending time with his family and is best remembered as the person responsible for bringing Benihana into South Florida. An avid sports fan who also loved ocean beaches, sushi, music, art and animals, Ollie was truly an inspiring figure who will forever remain in our hearts. Rest In Peace Ollie! We Love You – USF
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