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Myrtle May Lough

December 17, 1928 — May 27, 2024


It is with much sadness to announce Myrtle May (Kimble) Lough, age 95, of Cincinnati, Ohio passed away on 5-27-24, but with much joy that she had a long and happy life. 

Myrtle was born December 17, 1928 in Upper Tract, West Virginia and was the daughter of Riley Vernon Kimble and Grace Maude Kimble. She was one of nine children. 

On October 13, 1948, she married the love of her life, Stanley Mason Lough of Deer Run, West Virginia. They began their life in Upper Tract, but then moved to Cincinnati, Ohio in 1962, and remained there for the rest of their lives. She was an Executive secretary for Allis-Chalmers, which later became Siemens-Allis, until she retired from the company in 1988. In her retirement, she and Stanley enjoyed travelling and simply spending time together. She was a member of the Hartzell United Methodist Church in Blue Ash. Myrtle loved to cook and bake and keep a well-organized home. 

On October 13, 2023 she and Stanley celebrated their 75th wedding anniversary together, and less than a month later her beloved Stanley passed away on November 7, 2023. 

All of her siblings also preceded her in death, they included Margie Kimble Hedrick, Hazel Kimble Simmons, Roy Vernon Kimble, Ralph Kimble, Herb Lloyd Kimble, Maurice Adam Kimble, Sue Kimble Dudley, and an infant baby that died during birth.

Myrtle never had any children of her own, but had many nieces and nephews, and neighborhood children who loved her very much like a Mom. She was a very special person to all that knew her. She will truly be missed. 

The burial service will be private in Cincinnati.
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