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Sherman Myron Maurseth

Newport, Wa, California

1938 - 2017

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Sherman Myron Maurseth January 8, 1938 - September 1, 2017 Newport, WA Sherman Myron Maurseth passed away on September 1, 2017, with his daughter Maria Worthen and son-in-law, Wes Worthen Sr., by his side. Myron as he was known by all was born on January 8, 1938 in Northwood, ND. He grew up on a...

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I learned a lot from Myron. Thanks for the memories.

Myron was a very intelligent and giving person. He was constantly thinking of how to improve the abilities of others and how to improve the image of auto technicians to the general public. His gifts in the field of automotive education are very much appreciated, and his life is one that can be counted as well-lived. I wish to extend my condolences to the family and to all of us who mourn his loss.

RIP it show how short life is but you had a great one and you will be missed

A great friend and teacher, Myron will be missed dearly. He was always available to advise and help in the automotive industry and technical support. Our deepest condolences to the family at this difficult time.

I'm sorry for your loss. Mr. Maurseth was one of the kindest and warmest people I have ever met.

My sincere condolences to Myron's family. He will be missed by many within the automotive industry. The short time I was fortunate enough to know him. I can honestly say what he taught me will be with me for life. He was a true gentleman and a scholar. RIP

I met Myron briefly in the 90s. His knowledge and teaching style were impressive. In 2004 he gave me an opportunity to teach at CIAT. His calm demeanor inspires confidence. He was able to coach me through the certification process. I so value what I learned in my short time with him. My condolences to the family.

Mike Hardison

My Deepest condolence to the entire family. Myron had a huge impact on my life and career. I will not forget his polite manner. He was a true gentlemen of our industry. May he rest in peace.

Myron was my grandfather and great grandfather to my children, he is missed dearly. It is because of him that that I got started working in the automotive industry as a smog tech. He taught me so much, not just automotive either. I will never forget it. I remember playing in the shop with the air hose as a young child, and going camping together so we could mine gems. He was very passionate, kind, and willing to help any time you needed it. I will miss him, always love him and make sure his...