Myrna Schneider

  • Kimberly Bombeck / December 30, 2019 at 12:47 pm

    Myrna was an extraordinary woman. There are many who will deeply mourn her passing as hers was a life of service, love, and compassion. May she rest in peace

  • Aunt Myrna was an extraordinary woman who always gave of herself. To say she will be greatly missed is an understatement.

  • selma (rosenstein)rudolph / December 30, 2019 at 4:31 pm

    went to high school with this wonderful women and she always had a smile. so sorry for your loss. selma rudolph

  • Myrna, it has been my pleasure to have known you. R.I.P.

  • Jacqueline Garcia (Granddaughter of Joan Cook) / December 30, 2019 at 8:39 pm

    My dearest Aunt Myrna touched so many lives through her kindness and good heart. She was a wonderful person who was a very dear friend to my grandparents- Joan and Bill Cook. She was always so supportive of my mother and father, and in all, I pursued throughout my life. She was part of all the special family gatherings and events. She and my grandmother were just at my home in July. She was always full of love and compassion. I will miss her dearly. God bless the Schneider family and her beautiful family.

  • So sorry to hear about Myrna’s passing. My husband, Michael and your mother went to Lincoln High School together and planned their 50th reunion together. That’s when I met your Mom. Mike passed away a few years ago but Myrna and I remained “facebook” friends. It was a pleasure to know her and we all had a fun time at the reunion. Happy Memories and happier times.

    Ellen Cohen

  • I lost my mom 2 months ago, her and Myrna were cousins. I have the fondest memories of the times that Bill and Myrna visited Va. Beach. They lived such an active interesting life. RIP Myrna. Enjoy your reunited time eith Bill and Lita. BV

  • Vickie and Ed Fisher / January 2, 2020 at 6:37 pm

    We met Myrna and Bill on a cruise several years ago. As soon as we met we became instant friends. We kept in touch via mail and Christmas cards every year. Loved hearing about her travel adventures! This year we didn’t get a card and I did some searching and found that she just passed. Oh my goodness so sorry to see this. She was such a special lady! I’m sure she’s happily reunited with her sweetheart Bill now. We got such a kick out of the two of them. Especially the story about Bill being asked to be an extra in a movie when they got off a cruise ship!

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