Myrna Elaine Steinberger Hess

Salem, Oregon

1935 - 2017


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Myrna Elaine Steinberger HessMarch 29, 1935 - October 20, 2017Myrna Elaine Steinberger Hess was born on March 29, 1935 in Yakima, Washington. She grew up in Donnybrook, North Dakota and eventually moved with her family to Silverton as a young girl. She met her loving husband, Joe, while picking...

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My Mom was a caring and Loving person who always looked for the positive and best in each person she met and knew during her life!! She will be missed by all of us who shared time with her and has earned her place in Heaven!! Thank-you for all the prayers, condolences and support during these tough days. May God Bless each and everyone of you that knew her and shared time with her thru-out her 82 plus years here!! Life is alot shorter here than most think and time goes by at a pretty fast...

My thoughts and prayers go out to your entire family!!
Cindy, what wonderful years you have had with your mother; her traditions will live on with you and your family.

With Sympathy,
Shirley Alt

Rosie the Riveter

When ever I sewed something for Cindy, i always felt honored when Myrna looked it over and said I did a great job. She did everything to perfection, so this always made me feel so good about my sewing skills, if it met with her expert approval. I loved that she sewed all Cindy's school clothes, similar to what I did for my girls There is always a special bond that seamstresses have, so whenever I saw Myrna, I always felt deeply connected to her. She was so friendly and kind. Her caring...

Thinking of you all in this time of sorrow.

Sending our thoughts and prayers to the family!

Frank and I are so incredibly saddened by this news. We have many wonderful memories of Myna. She was a very warm, loving, caring person. Frank, Zach and Ryan always looked forward to warm snicker doodles and hot cocoa when they went to get our Christmas tree at Joe and Myrna's each year. Warm memories will of Myrna will live in our hearts forever.