Myrna Lynn Lamb

March 25, 1935August 17, 2014

Arrangements under the direction of Mount Vernon Memorial Park and Mortuary, Fair Oaks, CA.


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September 13, 2014

Condolences to all the Reese family. My memory of cousin Myrna go back to WWII, when we were all living at Grandma Gosling house on Orange Ave in Glendale, CA. My Mother and Marvita were working in the airplane factories. It seemed a fun time in life! ~~Jim Mayfield~~

Annette OBrien

September 7, 2014

You are missed...

Karen Granzella

August 24, 2014

Services will be held Sunday, Sept. 14, at 10:30 a.m. in the chapel at Mount Vernon.

Melissa Worthley-Peterson

August 22, 2014

I have known Myrna for more than half my life. She was my first work "Mom" and hired me at Prudential Insurance at my first office job. My first memory of her is her smiling face and laughter. She made everyone feel comfortable. Looking back now, she was the mother hen to a bunch of us back then. Myrna's love for her children and grandchildren was so apparent in how she spoke of them. I was fortunate to maintain our friendship after all these years and will miss her. Myrna introduced me to the music of the Righteous Brothers. I had no idea who they were. We saw a concert with Kevin and some friends. She gave me that, duh now you know who they are look. Her love of music, especially Elvis and love of bowling will always be a part of my memories of her. There are no gutter balls in heaven my friend, every ball will be a strike, and Elvis is playing on stage. You were loved by many and will be missed. Until we meet again...

Cynthia Sandidge

August 21, 2014

Myrna, was my friend. We had a very special relationship. However, I think she had a special relationship with everyone. She was my California mama. I knew her pretty well, I rubbed her body each month for nine years. Sometimes the massage therapist is the only human contact some people have, I took this to heart with Myrna. I loved seeing her jigsaw puzzles come to completion on her dining table. I loved hearing about her grandchildren and their adventures as they grew up. I loved hearing about her travels. I wanted to take her to Graceland. Now, she's with the king in heaven, Elvis. Oh, and with God and Jesus. I will miss her. My friend, Myrna.