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Miriam Joan Byrne passed away on June 23, 2014, at home surrounded by her loving family in Ramona, California. She was born in 1938, in Clinton, Iowa, to J. Kenneth and Rosena H. Melvin. Miriam graduated from the University of Iowa in Speech Therapy and worked in that capacity for the Covina School District, Los Angeles County. Mimi is survived by her devoted husband of 51 years, Herbert Byrne; daughters, Dayna Byrne and Diana (Mark) Bosack; grandchildren, Lauren and Daniel Bosack; sisters, Marilyn Melvin and Maureen (James) Morrow; the families of beloved nieces and nephews, including nephew, Eddie (Carrie) Booth and sons, Colin and Reilley, and Oliver who recently followed Grandma Mimi home to the Lord; and an extensive network of dear friends. Residing in Glendora for many years, the Byrnes were active members of St. Dorothy's Parish. Bert taught at Glendora High. Mimi was a Girl Scout leader and enjoyed crafting miniatures. An outstanding cook, she hosted extended family and friends. After retirement to the Country Estates, she remained active in her Quilting Guild. Throughout her life, Mimi experienced extensive international travel with her family that created lasting memories. During her life among us, Miriam lived as a ""Good and Faithful Servant"" to Christ, with the Lord and the Catholic faith at the center of her life. Services will be held on Tuesday, July 22, 2014, with a Rosary at 10:15am and the funeral Mass at 11am at Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish, Ramona. Private burial of ashes will be at a later date. Donations in her memory are appreciated by the Lupus Foundation of Southern California: www.lupussocal.org.
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