Myrna Christensen

4/18/1952 ~ 1/23/2021

Myrna Jean Christensen, 68 of Mt. Pleasant, Ut, passed away January 23, 2021, surrounded by her loving family at home. She was born on April 18, 1952 in Murray, UT. to Eugene Lee Lloyd and Wilma Mary Silcox Lloyd. She was married to the love of her life George M. Christensen on November 19, 2004 in Mt. Pleasant, UT. Myrna loved spending time with her family and enjoyed crocheting, sewing, and needle work in her free time. She is survived by her Children; Gene
(Cassidy) Brake, Angie Brake, and Luis (Carrie) Delacruz, grandchildren; Austin (Hannah), Jordan (Dylan), Michael and 2 great-grandchildren. Siblings; Lee (Andrea) Lloyd, Rod (Connie) Lloyd, Darrell (Margaret) Lloyd, David (Mona) Lloyd as well as many nieces and nephews that adored her. Preceded in death by her parents, Eugene and Wilma Lloyd, Michael Brake
(husband), Rod Lloyd (brother), Lewis Brake (great-grandson), and George M. Christensen
(husband). Funeral services will be held Saturday, January 30, 2021 at 1:00 p.m. at Rasmussen Mortuary with a family only viewing at 12:30 p.m. prior to services. 

We had some technical difficulties with the Zoom Meeting during the funeral.

I will be posting the full audio file here as soon as I have it edited. Sorry for the inconvenience. 

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12 Responses to “Myrna Christensen”

  1. Amanda Frutos says:

    So sorry for the loss of your mom and grandma she was such a sweet woman when I was at her house with Angie I will always cherish the memories I had of her and your dad.

  2. Mary Hill says:

    Such a sweet spirit, it was a pleasure to have known her and George. They were such a loving couple. Glad they are finally together once again. God bless your families. Love always

  3. I am so sorry for you loss. Myrna was one of my best friends and the best visiting partner ever. I am going to miss her.

  4. Connie S Lloyd says:

    I’m so sorry for your loss, Myrna was a very special friend of mine since we met in Jr High School. Then I was lucky enough to become a part of the extended family through her friendship when I married her cousin Sherman Lloyd. My sincere condolences and love to all the family. Love Connie Lloyd

  5. Sherman Lloyd says:

    I am so sorry for your loss. Myrna will surely be missed by all that knew her. I know that she is in a much better place now with George, Uncle Gene, Aunt Wilma and Rodney. Love Sherman Lloyd

  6. Myrna and are I are first cousins. Our moms are sisters, so our families were close when we were growing up. I have fond memories of family birthday celebrations together. Later in our married life we shared getting together with our families. Myrna is a sweet spirit. We will miss her.
    Love, Norma and Jim Boynton

  7. Donna Wallgren says:

    I’m so sorry to hear of Myrna’s death. She was a special cousin and I enjoy the memories of our family get togethers. She will be missed by all who associated with her. My prayers are with your family.
    Love, Donna Wallgren

  8. Ronda Oscar says:

    Our prayers go out to Myrna’s family. We spent lots of fun times as kids. Her smile will be missed by all that knew her. Ronda

  9. ELAINE RAWLINGS says:

    My cousin Myrna was much younger than me, so I only interacted with her when the extended family was together. She was part of the Lloyd bunch, a caring, compassionate group. I’m grateful she is out of pain and has already been greeted by some of those loving family members who have already passed away. Much love.

  10. Judy Lloyd says:

    I am so sorry for your loss. Myrna was only about 7 when I married her cousin Phil. She was such a good friend and was always so full of fun. I will miss her. My thoughts & prayers are with all of you.
    Love, Judy Lloyd

  11. We were so sorry to hear of Myrna’s passing. We know that she’d been struggling with her health for a long time. Kay and I are so thankful that we were able to be their home teachers for several years. We truly loved them!! We watched Luis grow up, George and Myrna loving him and loving each other. Feel at peace now that she is with her beloved husband George. We will miss her so much!! Love to Gene also, she was so proud of you too and your family!

  12. Roy N Sommer says:

    I’m so sad to hear of Myrna passing away. My sister DeAnna called me this morning…we did not know of this sad news. I have been reminiscing since thinking of all the good times as kids. We had so much fun! Here’s a few of the many…family bbq’s, Aunt Wilma’s hot homemade bread while visiting, Black’s Fork camping trips (they were the best and fond memories) and one that Myrna and I would get in trouble for and that was making mud pies in our play house (a old shed) in our backyard. Her and I were close in age and always had fun no matter what were doing! I loved her laugh and smile! Her laugh made you laugh…it was contagious. May the Lord bless her family and the Lloyd family through these difficult times. Memories are the best and hold them dear to your hearts. Wish we could see these cousins more often. You’re in our thoughts and prayers always. She will be missed but not forgotten. Hugs to all of you.

    Love,
    Belva (Uncle Pete and Aunt Beverly’s daughter)

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