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Dear Anita and Family,
So sorry to hear of Myron leaving our sight. You have my deepest sympathy.
Peggy Kuhn

Anita and friends, I am in Brasil teaching and only just heard tonight via e-mail from Bernard Reuter. I loved Mike and will treasure our friendship of the past 20 years…I loved that he called me his hippie rabbi and said I was better after my retirement! He was fabulous and every regard.

dear anita and family - we are so saddened to read of mike's passing. he was a sparkling and unique person and we were heartened to be friends with you both. sending you hugs and fond thoughts of memories of times we shared. sara and arie galles

Diana: This is a name from your past, Kathleen Pytleski, your banker at First Bank for many years. I saw this notice and couldn't help but reach out to you to express my sympathy for the loss of your brother. I don't know if you'll remember me, but I sure remember you. My thoughts are with you at this sad time.

Anita and family I was so very sorry to hear of Myron's passing. It was my pleasure to have worked for him and have known him. He taught me so many things and he believed in me. When I was his waitress at the Biltmore he would always say to me "my little lepshun, you can do better than this" and with a little push he opened the doors of opportunity for me. I am the woman I am today because of his belief in me and I will be forever grateful for his guidance and friendship. I am...

David and Family,
You will remain in our thoughts and prayers as we are so sorry for your loss.

I am so saddened to read of Mr. Kunin's passing. I worked for Regis and learned about relationship-building, as well as developed a keen appreciation of art by sitting close to his office. I once made a comment that his O'Keefe painting would fit very nicely in my briefcase. With a slight twinkle in his eye, he went into quite a lot of detail about the security system in the building. He was indeed a pleasure to work for.

Anita and family -- the world was brighter with Mike in it, and it is the less for his departure. Warmest wishes to all of you.

Tim and family; so very sorry to read about the death of your father. My own folks liked him very much (I believe they knew each other as kids) and enjoyed the fact that we met at Washburn. What a full life your dad lived, and I'm sure his proudest achievement was being a father.


Myron's Obituaries

Of Minneapolis Age 85 Died peacefully on Wednesday morning, October 30, 2013. Myron was a businessman, philanthropist, and art collector, but more importantly, he was also a loving husband, father, grandfather and dear friend. He was a creative iconoclast, a visionary entrepreneur, and a...

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