Kenneth E. Murray

January 21, 1935 - January 20, 2005
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Kenneth E. Murray , age 69, of Crown Point, IN, passed away Thursday, January 20, 2005, at St. Anthony Medical Center in Crown Point He is survived by his wife: Patricia “Mitzi” of 42 years Son: Bill Rhonda Murray of Cedar Lake 3 Grandchildren: Tyler & Jamie Murray and Matt Semchuck Mother: Genevieve Pardus FuneralContinue Reading

Willy & Roberta Simpson left a message on January 24, 2005:
My wife and I send our deepest sympathy to you and your family. I worked with Kenny for many years,at Manta,Zarnas and CMC. He was a great guy. Sincerely, Willy Simpson
Larry Will left a message on January 22, 2005:
I am so saddening hearing the news of Kennys passing. What a great man he was. I will never forget his famous laugh and how he always brought a big smile to my face. My prayers go out to Mitzi, Bill, Rhonda, and his grandchildren who he adored more than anything.I love all of you with all my heart,and Kenny I hear you laughing now, have a PBR on me my friend
Michelle R Parker & Daughters left a message on January 22, 2005:
My 3 daughters and I send our sympathy to Mrs Murray and Bill and the grand-kids. He was our neighbor for 22 years and we will never forget him. Since my divorce in 97, Mr Murray would notice a unfamilar vehicle in my driveway and would be right at his back door making sure everything was fine. My girls remember him feeding his squirrels corn and his yearly cook-outs. He always had a smile on his face and was always laughing. You could never ask for a better neighbor than the Murrays'.
Ken Scheidt left a message on January 22, 2005:
Sorry to hear about my friend and best buddy from years ago. We enlisted in the paratroopers together, we went to New Orleans together. We had many happy times. After the service Kenny got me a job painting for J.L. Manta in Chicago. After getting married, I moved to Arizona and we lost touch, but I did see him every once in awhile when I would go back to see my family. I will always have many happy memories of Kenny.
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