Condolences for Myra Lou Blake

Doug Daffron posted on 8/9/18

It saddens me to hear of Myra Blake's passing. We were neighbors on Glenbush and I always enjoyed visiting with her and John. When I moved away, she said she would look after my mom if my mom needed her in anyway. My condolences to Scott, Terri and Steven and the rest of the family. May Myra Rest in Peace and the Gates of Heaven welcome her Home.

 

Penni Dickey Freeborn posted on 8/8/18

Mrs. Blake was the first teacher who believed in me! I was short and she taught me how to play volleyball so I felt like I was something. Teachers never know how much you love them are what they doing for their students until much too late. Terri was my very sweet friend. I am sorry for your loss! But are loss is Heaven's gain!

 

Julie Neil Pribble posted on 8/3/18

I remember seeing Myra up at Parkway North Jr when I would play in the gym and my dad, Herschel Neil, was the principal. She was always so kind to me and had such a warm, caring soul. God Bless Myra and her entire family, Julie

 

staub ,Denny & Fran posted on 8/3/18

Myra was one of those people you remember for smile and cheerfulness. It was a Joy to work with her at PN and to be a friend to John and her. may God bless ALL of you. Denny and Fran Staub

 

B.B. & Kaye (McGough) Spence posted on 8/3/18

Please accept our deepest condolences for your family. Myra Lou holds a special place in my heart, never to be forgotten. I cherish the childhood memories. She had a sweet, gentle spirit. May you find comfort in your love and memories of her. God bless.

 

Nina Roberts posted on 8/3/18

I worked in Parkway School District with Myra. She was a sweet and lovely lady and a good teacher. Blessings to her family for a great loss.

 

Jerry Pickel, Eddice Pickel, LaJune Edwards, James (Bubba) Pickel posted on 8/2/18

Very sorry to hear about your sweet mother Myra. Prayers for you all.

 

Cathy Thurwachter posted on 8/2/18

Scott,Steve,and Terri So sorry to hear about your mom. She was such a warm and caring person and I enjoyed sharing an office and teaching with her at PN. I loved your moms quirky phrases from Louisiana and her stories. She was a kind soul and touched many students lives as a teacher. She was always so proud of all 3 of you and brought Blake to the pep rallies to hang out with my Ali. Blake was always a bit afraid of the Viking mascot and your mom would encourage her to give him a hug. Now she will enjoy heaven with your wonderful dad. You were blessed with 2 great parents. Love and comfort sent your way and please know that the PE teachers in the Parkway family will remember your parents fondly. With love, Cathy Thurwachter

 

Florence Robenza-Smith posted on 8/1/18

Dearest Scott I know the loss of a mother is huge! I'm sorry for your loss. May the Lord comfort you and give you peace in the difficult days ahead. Love and Prayers for you and the family ...Peace Flo