Myrna E. Fuller


Fuller, Myrna E. age 69, of Bloomington, on January 23, 2008. Survived by Edward Fuller, husband of nearly 50 years; son, Jay (Laura) Fuller, Sioux City, IA; daughter, DeDe (Bob) Tredinnick, Emerald, WI; adoring grandchildren, John and Ryan Tredinnick; brother, Leon (Mary) Skatberg; sisters, Anna (Monty) Stuhler, Astrid Skatberg and Ilene (Glenn) Brown; many nieces, nephews and other relatives. Interment Dawn Valley Memorial Park. Funeral service 2 PM Monday, Jan. 28, with visitation one hour prior to service, all at: Washburn-McReavy Dawn Valley Chapel 952-941-7686 9940 Bush Lake Rd., Bloomington
This obituary was originally published in the Star Tribune.

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When I met her children, Jay and DeDe, Myrna was so wonderful and welcoming. She was a fabulous cook, and I never saw the house in any less condition than lovely. I still make her Spinach Salad, and the recipe card still has her handwriting. She was like a second mom to me. Thank you to Myrna (and Ed, of course) for giving me wonderful friends like DeDe and Jay. She will be sorely missed!

My sympathy to you Ed and all of Myrna's family, wish I could have met them. Myrna and I were in the group we called the "Old Maids" in high school I don't know how we got that name. Myrna sang Beautiful Savior In choir more beautiful than I have ever heard it.Remember the last reunion when you guys were home, we stayed up real late at our house. Just wanted you to know we mourn with you in the loss of Myrna. Darlene and Wayne

Hey Crow,
I am sure going to miss you and all of the great times
The Buzzard

ED and Family
My deepest sympathy to you and your family. As a co-worker at Suburban Myrna sat in front of me and we had so much fun, she was so funny and such a good friend to me I have missed her since she left Suburban. I will always have good menories of her.

Myrna and I worked together and ate lunch together-or should I say I ate lunch and she read the paper and told me all the news. She was so quick witted.
She liked to talk about her family and I know she loved all of you.

Myrna was a very nice co-worker at Suburban Radiologic Consultants. She always had something funny to say and had a great laugh we will always remember. We could always count on seeing her at the phones when we walked to the kitchen. She will definitely be missed. Thinking of you Myrna!

I worked with Myrna and had the pleasure to get to know her. She was a great person who enjoyed her life and was very humorous. All of my thoughts and prayers with the family and friends.

Remembering your smile. Your great niece and family. Jade Amy, Richard, RilieJene and Tavis Haken.

Thinking of all of you. Al & Linda