We loved Myra and will miss her. We were neighbors, shared housekeepers and manicurists, played social bridge and had many dinners together. We are in Connecticut for summers and Myra and Brad visited us. She loved our country club and in her understated way exclaimed, "I love this club! I'm going to move to New York so we can join! She was a gifted, energetic and above all courageous lady. She never complained and always had a positive attitude. I will never forget hearing her telephone greeting,"Hello beautiful." How lucky we were to know her. She was a treasure. Rita and Bill Lurie
I was so sorry to hear of Myra's death. She was a remarkable woman and it was a privilege to know her if only for a brief time. My deepest sympathy to the entire family. Sandra Rosenblum
Gary,Dana,Myles & Brett
So sorry to hear the news of Myra's passing. It was a joy knowing her and celebrating all the happy the happy times with her. love to all
Missy & David Greenberg
Myra was truly an extraordinary person with a tremendous zest for life. We do hope that she finds a good Bridge game in her heavenly abode. Rest in peace dear Myra ... Monica and Bill
Gary so sorry to hear about the loss of your mother. My memories of her go all the way back to the 60s. My deepest sympathies to you and your family.