Myrna Lee Hurlbut-Cindrich, 82, of Forsyth passed through the veil January 17, 2021 at Mercy Hospital Springfield, MO.
Myrna was born August 30, 1938 to Everett and Flora (Carney) Culpen of Granite City, Illinois.
She is survived by sons Richard Greene of Las Vegas, Ronald Greene of Kansas City, and daughter Deborah Spincic of Houston. She was preceded in death by her parents and two brothers, Dennis and James Culpen.
The Lord allowed Myrna to live a full life. She was a very thoughtful person, always willing to provide a card or message for others on their special occasions.
After her retirement from her responsibilities as a Revenue Agent for the Internal Revenue Service, where she worked and traveled all over the country, she settled in Forsyth MO in the “rock house.” Locally, she was active in the VFW and continued to provide Income Tax services through her small accounting company. She was active in the Missouri State Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR). Through her love of genealogy, she was able to help many of her descendants gain membership into both the DAR and the Sons of the American Revolution (SAR). She regularly was the organizer of Family Unions. She was an excellent seamstress and enjoyed making cloths for herself and her family. She especially enjoyed making doll cloths for her 16 grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren. She was quite the personality and was loved by many.
Pastor Roy Tennison of the Faith Assembly of God Church, Forsyth, will officiate at the funeral service to be held at Welchel Grace Funeral Home at 2:00 PM on Saturday, January 23rd, 2021. Burial to immediately follow at Ozarks Memorial Park Cemetery.
Per Covid-19 and City of Forsyth Ordinance, facemasks or facial coverings and social distancing are required for entry and to remain in the funeral home.
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