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Myrna Yvonne Richards

Garden Grove, California

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October 22, 1937 - September 14, 2020 Myrna Yvonne Richards of Garden Grove passed peacefully at home surrounded by family at the age of 82. Myrna was born in Honolulu, Hawaii to Julio "Tony" Barreto and Soon-ae "Sally" Whang. She attended St. Anthony's High School and Long Beach City College....

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Myrna was the most generous loving person I've ever had in my life. She treated me & my girls as they were her own. We worked together at General Mills but remained friends long after. She was the person to encourage me to relocate to Minnesota. When I returned to Cali she was always welcoming with open arms. Myrna a true friend.

I remember Myrna as a loving mother and sincere friend! Always truly interested in learning new things.. open minded and a big heart!! I always felt welcome in her heart and mind, and home! I learned a lot from her and still remember her with much love! I know I will meet up with her again.

Siempre en mi memoria con su hermosa sonrisa.Persona amable y generosa.Guardo recuerdos muy bonitos de cuando viví con ellos un tiempo un verano.
Rest un peace Myrna

Our condolences for the lost of such a great woman, beautiful inside and outside! I met her in Barcelona when Alison was living there, always with a smile on her face!!! Rest i Peace Myrns

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My regards to the Richards’ family. Myrna was my Brownie troop leader in the early 70’s. Myrna always had the best smile and addictive laugh for every member. She took the time to plan engaging activities and adventurous field trips. Our troop was always on the move.
I had the opportunity to see Myrna last year, found myself gravitating towards her once again. Thank you Myrna for having such an positive impact on a young girl
Rest In Peace my friend,
Shauna brammer
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Aunt Myrna always had a smile or funny stories to share! She listened intently and encouraged the best out of us. She is greatly missed but will live in our memories and linger in our hearts forever! Aloha ‘Oe, until we meet again❤