Margaret M. Murray

1926 ∼ 2020

Patty Flynn Druckenbrod and Family of Boynton Beach, FL wrote:

You will always hold a special place in our hearts Aunt Margie. Thank you for always making us laugh and smile whenever we were together. We love you.

Paul & Joya of Stuart, Florida wrote:

We loved Marge very much. Her sense of humor, her strong faith, and just the joy of being with her, meant so much to us over the years......not to mention our sharing of political views!!!

Paul & Joya of Stuart, Florida wrote:

We loved Marge so much. Her sense of humor, her strong faith in God, just the joy of being with her over the years, was very special to us.....not to mention our mutual political beliefs !!!

Andy Balint of Rye Brook, NY wrote:

Over recent years Marge and I had great times exchanging telephone calls and enjoying our ensuing conversations. Many of them included more laughing than talking. Since our thinking processes were conservative in nature, we agreed with each other quite often. The well being of ourselves, our families, our siblings and their families was the most frequent topic of conversation.. I had the good fortune to spend a few post summer days with her last year. Being eight years her junior, I learned a lot just watching how thoughtfully yet firmly she handled her role as seniormost sibling. I am sure that our predeceased sister, Kathleen, and predeceased brothers, John, Fr. Jim and Vince would agree with me. Requiescat in pace, Marge.

Jim and Pam Balint of Valhalla, NY wrote:

Rest in peace Aunt Marge. Always enjoyed seeing you and talking with you after mass at St. Bart's when I was a kid. You will be missed.

Buddy & Suzann Thoman of Manahawkin, NJ 08050 wrote:

Our deepest sympathy and condolences to the entire family. Buddy & Suzann Thoman

Gail Hempel of West Chatham wrote:

So sorry to hear about Marge'a passing. My thoughts and prayers are with all the family.Stay safe and God Bless to all.

Mary Brennan of Norwalk CT wrote:

RIP Margaret. Dear Murray Family, So sorry for your loss. Sincerely, Mary Brennan

Chris Fasano of Alexandria, Virginia wrote:

With my deepest sympathies and fondest of memories, love to Aunt Margie's beautiful family.