Myrna Loy Dunn

Reno, Nevada

1931 - 2017


Reno, Nevada


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Myrna Loy Dunn1931-2017Born in Monrovia California Myrna was the daughter of Parley (Snowball) and Alice Lauder. Our mother lived an extraordinary life that began from the humblest beginnings in the midst of the great depression. Her father worked on large government dam projects as a skilled...

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Dear John and family;
I came to the celebration of life for your beautiful mother. I left following the ceremony, as my wife has been in the hospital for several months and I needed to be by her side.
I just wanted to tell you that I was very touched by all the wonderful things said about your beautiful Myrna. I have known John all my life. We both were raised in Reno. Throughout our busy lives, we've slipped out of contact. I wish to extend my deep sympathy for your loss. ...

Dear John and Family,
I, Kim Morris and the gang at the Gold N Silver Restaurant are so sorry for your loss. Myrna was a kind, beautiful, caring lady. She had so much class and to see her courage through the years is amazing. When she walked through the doors she always had a smile and showed concern for EVERYBODY. We will miss her forever and I will never forget her. I'm Sorry Michael. I loved her hair.

Kim Morris, Cashier Gold N Silver Inn and the rest of the gang.

John and Family-

So sorry for your loss. She was such a neat lady. I was blessed to know her.

Dear John & family,
Our hearts are saddened to hear that you have lost your wonderful wife, mother & grandmother... and for us, a friend of over 30 years. We will never forget Myrna, her kindness, generosity, and caring for others. We met Myrna, I believe, in 1981 when we all moved our treasures for sale into the Antique Collective, becoming some of the very first dealers there. Paul & I were there for 10 years and have so many happy memories of the store and Myrna. John,...

My heart hurts for Debbie, Tim, Dennis, Patty and Pam in the loss of your dear sweet mother. Praying that the memories comfort you until you see her again. Her kindness and generosity will long be remembered!

Dearest Family of Myrna Dunn,

Our deepest sympathies are with you as you work through this grief. God bless you all. Sending hugs.

John and families,
So sorry to hear of Myrna's passing. I am glad to have run into her and John at the Coffee Shop a couple of times recently. She was the epitome of matriarch.
RIP Myrna.
Sheri (Fidler) and Jeff Brown

Debbie and Family: So sorry to hear of your Mother's death. I know how special she was.
You are in our prayers.