Myrna Pearson
Myrna Pearson 1938 ~ 2008 Myrna Louise Stagner Pearson passed away May 19, 2008.She was born August 14, 1938 in Alamosa, Colorado to Bert and Mayme Bird Stagner, married Donald Ray Pearson. Myrna was an accomplished artist in the Craig, Colorado area. Best of all she was a great mom and the cookie grandma. She is survived by her children; Brett (Angela) Pearson, Wyoming, Terry Pearson, Wyoming, Kim (Dan) Kavanagh, Utah, Missy (Daniel) Werth, Colorado; 12 grandchildren; 20 great-grandchildren; siblings, Bobby Stagner, Nevada, Shirley (Don) Goodspeed, Wyoming. Preceded in death by her husband and sister. Funeral Services will be Thursday at 11 a.m. at the Broomhead Funeral Home, 12600 So. 2200 W. where friends may call an hour prior. Online condolences: www.broomheadfuneralhome.com
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Published by Deseret News on May 21, 2008.
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MYRNA WAS A GREAT LADY. WE WILL ALL MISS HER AROUND THE CRAIG AREA. OUR PRAYERS AND THOUGHTS ARE WITH ALL OF HER FAMILY.
CLEO & MICHELE BELL
May 29, 2008
You were my kinda gal Myrna, full of spunk and had the gift of seeing the beauty in this world through the eyes of an accomplished artist. I regret we never took the time to have you teach me to paint as we talked about. You've done a beautiful job with your raising your children. The time that I knew you was fun, you made me laugh. You will be missed, but now you're Home and whole again. To the family, please take comfort in knowing she's at peace and you are in my thoughts.
Judie Hansen
May 21, 2008
You were my kinda gal Myrna, full of spunk and had the gift of seeing the beauty in this world through the eyes of an accomplished artist. I regret we never took the time to have you teach me to paint as we talked about. You've done a beautiful job with your raising your children. The time that I knew you was fun, you made me laugh. You will be missed, but now you're Home and whole again.
Judie Hansen
May 21, 2008