This is a work in progress. Places where relatives are buried in the United StatesFind A Grave Memorial# 23394679 Myron H StormentBirth: Oct. 16, 1906 Death: Nov. 23, 2007 Myron Hiram StormentOctober 16, 1906 - November 23, 2007Santa Rosa, CaliforniaGraveside Service: 10:00 A.M. November 27, 2007 at Santa Rosa Memorial Park (Chapel)Loving Father of Dolores R. (M. Edwin) Fitz of Santa Rosa, Carol L. (Winston) Moore of Mill City, OR and Robert L. (Rosalie) Storment of Post Falls, ID. Also survived by one brother; Kenneth Storment of Kirkland, WA, eight grandchildren, three great grandchildren & numerous nieces and nephews. Mr. Stormant is preceded in death by his wife, Mildred in 1999. Family prefers memorial contributions to your favority charity. Lafferty and Smith Colonial Chapel ObituaryFUNERAL NOTICE:STORMENT, Myron Hiram "Stormy" - The oldest retired United States Postal Inspector, Myron "Stormy" Storment passed away at age 101 on November 23, 2007, in Santa Rosa, California, after a short illness. Born on October 16, 1906, the second of four children, Stormy grew up on a wheat farm in eastern Washington State and graduated from Northwestern Business College in Spokane. He lived a few years in Orofino, Idaho, where he joined the United States Postal Service. He became a postal inspector in 1942 and was assigned to the San Francisco district, which encompassed much of the western U.S. He thoroughly enjoyed his career, and later loved to regale family and friends with stories of his work in Arizona, Nevada, California, and Hawaii. He retired from the Postal Service in 1966, after twenty-four years as a postal inspector. With his wife Mildred, Stormy lived in San Bernardino, Salinas, and Santa Barbara. After retirement, Stormy built a home by hand in Santa Cruz, where he and Mildred lived before moving to Santa Rosa in 1976. Stormy was always active, witty, and interested in the world around him. He and Mildred loved to travel, collecting American Indian artifacts and jewelry, tracing their genealogy, and meeting distant relatives. He was an avid stamp and coin collector, golfer, and gardener. A skilled craftsman, he enjoyed refinishing furniture and assisted in rebuilding Christ Church United Methodist in Santa Rosa, where he and Mildred were members. He was an active member of retirement organizations, including the National Association of Retired Postal Inspectors, National Association of Retired Federal Employees, and Sons in Retirement. A devoted husband and father, he was married 74 years to Mildred, who died in 2000. He is survived by daughter Dolores Fitz and her husband M. Edwin Fitz of Santa Rosa; daughter Carol Moore and her husband Winston Moore of Mill City, Oregon; son Robert Storment and his wife Rosalie Storment of Post Falls, Idaho; eight grandchildren, 16 great grandchildren, and three great-great grandchildren; and younger brother Kenneth Storment of Kirkland, Washington. Nearly every family member and many friends traveled to Santa Rosa last year to celebrate his hundredth birthday. A private family service was held at Santa Rosa Memorial Park Chapel followed by a private entombment. The family asks that donations be made in his name to any favorite charity. Lafferty & Smith Colonial Chapel, directors.Published in the Press Democrat on 11/30/2007. Burial:Santa Rosa Memorial Park Santa RosaSonoma CountyCalifornia, USA Edit Virtual Cemetery info [?] Created by: Geraldine HumesRecord added: Dec 14, 2007 Find A Grave Memorial# 23394679 Cemetery PhotoAdded by: Thomas Hunter Photos may be scaled.Click on image for full size.