Henderson, Nevada

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I remember Mrs Deist fondly from Hansen #67. She taught me to spell in a Big Chief tablet and hollered at me for doodling on my desk. I remember lamb stew, walking to Barrows for pumpkins each year, and 21-skadoo.She was also the first teacher to encourage me to do more and to write. Thanks for the memories. she will be greatly missed by all the kids she influenced. Kaycee Bridger

Very sorry to just hear about Myrtle. Susie and I think a lot of you two. Very saddened to have not gotten out to see you guys since you left Doniphan. I guess we always thought "someday" we will get to Nev. and stop in. Never happened.
Regretting that very much now. If there is anything Sus or I can help you with, please let me know. I'm still at Doniphan teaching and we are still at same home. You and your family are in our prayers Marvin. Dave and...

In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always.

In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always.

Myrtle was a vibrant woman who endeavored to encourage others. She will be missed. May the God of all comfort do so for you as you await the time when no one will say,"I am sick." Also, death will be no more. Revelations 3&4.

I am so sorry to hear of your loss. You will be in my prayers.
Best wishes,
your former co-worker from Basic.


MYRTLE's Obituaries

MYRTLE DEIST Myrtle A. Deist, 73, of Henderson, and formerly of Kearney and Hastings, Neb., passed away Monday, Dec. 24, 2012, at the Houston Medical Center in Warner Robins, Ga. Myrtle was born Sept. 8, 1939, in Kearney, to George A. and Pearl Amy (Penny) Crowell. She graduated from Odessa High...

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