Myrna Laurice Harmon

April 17, 1943January 21, 2021

Myrna Laurice Harmon was born on April 17, 1943 and passed away on January 21, 2021 and is under the care of McGilley Memorial Chapel-Midtown.

Graveside Service will be held on February 11, 2021 at 11:00 am at Leavenworth National Cemetery, 150 Muncie, Leavernworth, KS.

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  • Graveside Service

    Thursday, February 11, 2021


Myrna Laurice Harmon

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Karen Carney

February 12, 2021

Myrna and Larry home at peace now love you Karen KK

Marie McCall

February 10, 2021

I will miss you my friend, our trips to Applebees, raspberry tea, onion soup, Hawkeys home made soup and Arnold Palmer's, bloomin' onion and your "once a year" IPA . Marie

Chad Satterlee

February 5, 2021

Dear Myrna,

We met on a chilly, wintry Saturday afternoon in Liverpool, NY in 1978 when I was five years old. For those who were there that day, it seemed like an accident but now we know it happened for a reason. That day was the beginning of a lifelong family friendship with you, Larry, Robert, Nathan, Dana, Donavan and your now extended family. Nate and I instantly became best friends that day it seems and your great sense of humor, wit and giving nature was instilled in all of your children. Thank you to you and Larry for allowing me to come back to B'ville to stay at your house for whole summers after moving away as a teenager. Those summer extended stays at the Harmon residence were the best times of my life. You always found a way to communicate and teach Nate and I life lessons at the same time you made us laugh with your directness. We know putting up with us teenage fools wasn't easy! You have brought joy and laughter to so many throughout your life and we are all lucky to have known you which turned us all into better people. Your life was a blessing, you are loved beyond words and missed beyond measure. When someone you love becomes a memory, the memory becomes a treasure and we all found treasure in you. There are special people in our lives who never leave us even after they are gone. Thank you for bumping into us on that wintry day Myrna.

Jason & Rebecca House

February 5, 2021

Myrna was a wonderful woman and we are so glad to have known her. May she rest in peace and see her Larry. So sorry we were not with you but our thoughts and prayers are with you. Hugs and love to you.

Jason, Becky, Josh, and Jaymeson

A quote we read with your family in mind:
Grief is the last act of love we can give to those we loved. Where there is deep grief, there was great love.
Credit: Daniel Szczesniak

Yanira Morales

February 5, 2021

We sincerely feel the loss of Myrna. We were honored to have met her she was a special soul! She was such a magnet because of her amazing energy of love. It was so felt! She shared her stories with such joy and love for her family. We shared some good ol times!! We ate and talk and laugh and laugh some more. She will forever be in our hearts.
She will be missed but never forgotten. ❤️

James Theisen

February 5, 2021

Myrna was like a second mom to me growing up. Nobody made me laugh like she did back when I was a moody teenager. I'm blessed to have had her in my life and gotten to know her. She loved her family and all of us so much. My deepest condolences to her family and everyone who loved her in return.

Beth and Bernie Coughlin

February 5, 2021

Dana, and the whole Harmon family: How saddened we were to hear of dear Mryna's passing. We hold dear, all those memories of you, and James, and your growing up...especially the Baldwinsville Marching Band performances and competitions! We have stopped in on the live stream for the calling hours and so wish we were with all of you. Love the music and seeing all the pictures. She loved you and your whole family so much and we can only imagine the hole in your heart. Sending our love and prayers during this very sad time. All our love, Beth and Bernie, Margo and Gram, too!

Lucille Escalante

February 5, 2021

I love the times we went out to eat she never stopped talking she would make me laugh so. Much that I could hardly eat . she filled my heart with so much joy .So Myrna thank you for your friendship and being a great mother in law to my daughter pat pat and the grandkids God bless you now you can party hardy love you miss you Amen

Rachel Mackelprang

February 5, 2021

I was so sorry to hear of Myrna's passing. I was honored to have met her several times. Even in our few conversations, it was clear how much she loved her family and how much you loved her. My most heartfelt condolences. My thoughts are with you.

Camilia Nelson

February 5, 2021

I met Myrna, myThornton cousin, last year, on the phone. My sister Bonita Thornton introduced us, giving me her phone number. I already had a snapshot of Myrna with her mother and siblings at a wedding. Years ago, her mother, Aunt Jack, wrote me letters and sent pictures of her family. I told Myrna that I was DNA matching Robert Hestle and a M.H. Harmon whose ancestry account was mangaged by M. Donovan. She told me, yes, this was her family.

I appreciate her sharing some family history memories with me. Immediately I felt her warmth, friendliness and openness while she talked about her life. I will miss having phone conversations with this Thornton cousin.