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The Popcorn King of St. Paul Age 95 ~ Died October 2, 2014 Preceded in death by wife Avis. Survived by his 3 daughters Cindy (Bob) Wild, Camey (Tom) Greengard, and Trudy (Allen) Dye; grandchildren Jordan and Eric Wild, Whitney and Eric Husemann, Thor, and Mia Greengard, Hailey and Hannah Dye; great grandchildren Ava and Sawyer; sister Marilyn Hall; sisters-in-law Mickey Lenz and Esther Peterson. Visitation and sharing time 10-12 Noon Saturday, October 11 followed by the Memorial service at Noon at Riverview Baptist Church, 14 Moreland Ave. E., West St. Paul. Memorials preferred.

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Published in Pioneer Press from Oct. 5 to Oct. 8, 2014.
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November 26, 2014
Was thinking about Myron and was sorry to see that he had passed in October. I will always remember my visits to get popcorn for my staff at American Bank in the skyway. You were very blessed to have such a wonderful man in your family.
Lynda Koren
October 16, 2014
Camey, Trudy & Cindy -

I just learned of your father's passing. What a dear, sweet man your father was. Seeing your parents together, was always a treat, to say the least. Always with a kind word or smile to pick up my day. Your parents were the kindest people I've ever met. How happy they must be to be back together in heaven!

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Barb Lange O'Leary
Sibley Class of '75
October 11, 2014
Trudy, Cindy and Camey, I am so sorry to hear about your Dad. I know how hard it is to lose a parent, especially after enjoying so many years together. My thoughts and prayers are with you all and your families. Remember all the good times.
Jack Goodlad
October 10, 2014
I was sorry to read of Myron's passing. I had the pleasure of interacting with him quite frequently in the popcorn shop, first in the Bremer building, then in the US Bank building. He always greeted me with a smile and a kind word. What a sweet and gentle man. He is now reunited with his beloved wife and I imagine that together, they are making popcorn up in heaven! My thoughts and prayers are with all of you as you mourn his passing.

Kathy Schmidt

P. S. - We miss you in downtown St. Paul!
October 9, 2014
Our condolences to all of you for the passing of Myron.
Max found him to be faith and intergity and very sincere and most interesting to talk with about anything. We will miss hearing from him and talking.
Max and Sue & Family
October 9, 2014
Myron was such a sweet man. Met him in 2002 or 2003 when U.S. Bank moved into the same building. My heart goes out to his family. Everyone who ever spent a minute with Myron will surely miss him.
Jan Lynch
October 8, 2014
Your dad leaves behind a beautiful legacy of faith and family. He and your mom are together again, in the presence of Christ! He will be greatly missed by so many, young and old. The values Myron & Avis held dear continue to shine though all of you. Hugs!
Becky & Randy Pentel
October 8, 2014
Trudy, Cindy and Camey,
Your father was a wonderful, kind man who always had a smile and an encouraging word for everyone. We were blessed to know him. May God comfort you with the knowledge that Myron is now in heaven and filled with joy and happiness. And probably working on plans to build a popcorn shop!
Kim & Jean Pederson
October 8, 2014
Cindy, Trudy and Camey,
I'm sorry to hear of your loss, know that many have enjoyed your dad's kindness and humor. know that we all have you in our prayers.
Sue Ogg
Inver Grove Hgts.
Sue Ogg
October 7, 2014
I miss all of you downtown but Securian still sells your popcorn and I eat it all the time. I'm sorry to hear about your dad but know he always bought a smile to my face when I would see him. Prayers and hugs to all of you as you felt like family. Laura
Laura Pietruszewski
October 6, 2014
Cindy, Trudy, Camey, Eric and families, I am bummed to hear of Myron's passing but what a wonderful life he had!! My thoughts and prayers are with you and I am happy that he is with Jesus. Psalm 23
Roberta Dahlby
October 6, 2014
Kelsey gregg
October 6, 2014
It was always and will always have been my honor to know him. He made me feel like part of the family since i was born and i will never ever forget that. He showed me the meaning of being a grandpa. I miss him so much! but i know he is in the best place he could be, with more of his family <3
Kelsey Gregg
October 6, 2014
Myron had the most wonderful genuine smile. He always made your day better with just a look and smile. He will be missed by many, but loved and remembered by all.
Sue Walker
October 6, 2014
Cindy, Camey and Trudy, My sincere sympathies for the loss of your dear Father. Myron became very special to my Mother and I as we shared mealtime over the last 3 years. He was a very kind and considerate man. Please know that we share in your loss. We pray that the God of all hope grants you peace at this difficult time. Rita and Laura
Laura Lockhart
October 5, 2014
Myron....the nicest man I have ever had the pleasure to know. He always had a huge smile and kind word. And popcorn!! Rest in peace, Myron. Thoughts and prayers to the Peterson family.
Pauline Kruger
October 5, 2014
I worked in St. Paul City Hall for many years. The popcorn store on Wabasha Street, run by Myron and his brother, Morris, was a popular place for many downtown employees. Their product was excellent, but Myron and Morris were wonderful gentlemen. My son was diagnosed with leukemia in 1988 and passed away in May, 1989. Myron and Morris were aware of my son's battle. They completely surprised me and attended my son's visitation in White Bear Lake. I'll never forget their kindness. This is truly a loss for your family and I extend my sympathy. You were blessed to have him for 95 years. You are in my prayers.
Darlyne Morrow
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