Joseph David Murray

  • Born: May 27, 1959
  • Died: March 31, 2015
  • Location: Fairfax, Ohio

T.P. White & Sons Funeral Home

2050 Beechmont Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45230

Tel. (513) 231-7150

Tribute & Message From The Family

Murray, Joseph David cherished husband of Patty Murray (nee Flanigan), loving and caring father of Sarah and Laura Murray, special grandfather of Luke Joseph, beloved son of Joseph & Carolyn Murray, dear brother of Cheryl (Steve) Evans, and loving uncle to many nieces and nephews. Joe passed away on Mar. 31, 2015 at the age of 55 years while battling cancer. Joe was a great man who worked hard his entire life to provide for his family. He had an amazing gift of making people laugh and will be missed by many friends and family. Mass of Christian Burial at St. Rose Church 2501 Riverside Dr. on Tues. April 7, at 10 AM. Friends may visit at T P WHITE & SONS Funeral Home 2050 Beechmont Ave. Mt. Washington on Mon. from 5-7 PM. If desired, donations may be made in Joe's memory to The Gabriel Fund at Cinti. Children's Hospital Medical Center. Donations may be made on line at www.cincinnatichildrens.org/donate or mailed to : Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center P.O. Box 5202, Cinti., 45201-5202.


Condolence & Memory Journal

Patty,
I just heard of Joe's death. I am so sorry.
Chickie

Posted by A friend   April 21, 2015

Patty,
I just heard of Joe's death. I am so sorry.
Chickie

Posted by A friend   April 21, 2015

Although it's been many years since we last met, Joe has always occupied a happy place in our memories. He made us laugh and was a good friend. We are so blessed to have met him. We offer our deepest condolences to the entire Murray family in this time of sorrow.

Greg & Jacqui Young

Posted by Jacqui Young - Finneytown, OH - Friend   April 07, 2015

I'm so sorry for your loss. Joe was such a great neighbor. He was the first person to welcome us to the street and we will always remember his jokes. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this difficult time.

Posted by Jacob & Emily Lindholm - Fairfax, OH   April 07, 2015

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We are deeply saddened at your loss. We will be here to comfort and support you throught this transition. Please know that you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers at this difficult time.

Posted by IT Staff @ IRS - Covington, KY - Co-Workers of Cheryl Evans   April 06, 2015

To the family of Joseph D Murray. My prayers are with you that God confort ou during these days of sorrow. To Cheryl my dear friend, we have shared a lot of memories of our families. I am here for you if needed for anything. My heart feels your pain as I too lost a brother and resently my mother. I will ask my congregation to add your family to our prayer listing.
Sandra McQueen

Posted by Sandra A McQueen - Cincinnati, OH - Friend of Cheryl Evans   April 06, 2015

So sorry to hear of Joe's passing. May the Lord be with you and your family during this sad and difficult time.

Posted by Betty (Lakeman) Jung - Cincinnati, OH - Cousin   April 05, 2015

Sorry for your loss. Jeanne Bevis

Posted by A friend   April 03, 2015

Mrs. Murray and Family,
My deepest condolences for your loss. I am thinking of you and your girls and wish you comfort and peace.

Posted by Amy Lusk - Loveland, OH   April 03, 2015

Dearest Patty, Sarah, Laura and Luke...much love to all of you. Joe brought a helping hand and sweet smile to all who met him. I pray you continue to feel the helping hands of your dear angel. Know that much love is sent your way! Sandy

Posted by Sandy Lang - Cold Spring, KY - Cousin   April 02, 2015

Patty many prayers and thoughts for you and your daughters. I hope you will remember all the fun times and laughter Joe gave all of us and you will cherish all your fondness memories. Take care.

Posted by Janice Johnson - Fairfax, OH - friend   April 02, 2015

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Our Deepest sympathy to the family.

Jeff and Carol

Posted by Jeff and Carol Gerber - pasadena, CA   April 02, 2015

lots of good memories growing up with Joe Joe. Later, spent a couple of times with him at the Fairfax pool. he was still the same as I had remembered years ago, and still had the bubbly personality, laughing all the time. He'll be missed, for sure.

Posted by Cindy Rea - Mt. Orab, OH - Cousin   April 02, 2015

PATTY, Sorry to hear of the passing of Joe ,.I will always have memories of the family at Fairfax pool. You and your family will be in our prayers

Posted by Paul Clark - Cincinnati, OH - friend   April 02, 2015

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Sorry for your loss, our thoughts and prayer's are with your family.

Posted by The Weber Family - Cincinnati, OH - Friend   April 02, 2015

My thoughts and prayers are with your whole family at this time. Joe was a wonderful man and I know he will be deeply missed. Take comfort in knowing that he's at peace after a strong battle against cancer. I love you all!

Posted by Erin Hummeldorf - Nashville, TN - Family Friend   April 02, 2015

Dear Patty, Sarah & Laura,
I was so sad to hear of Joe's passing. Take comfort in knowing he is no longer in pain. The last couple of visits with all of you were so enjoyable. The way his face would light up when Luke would come into the room was so precious. I think it lit up like that when he was trying to decide which Christmas cookie to try first. ☺ I'll never forget his sheepish grin when you were telling me the story about coming back from the doctor appointment and physical therapy earlier that day. The way he was pretending he didn't do anything wrong when he walked from the car to the back door in the snow after you had asked him to wait so you could help him so he didn't fall. Hopefully all the good memories will help you get through this difficult time. Luke now has a very special guardian angel protecting and guiding him through life. Joe was a great man who will be missed terribly. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
With much love,
Steve, Barb & Alex Wilson

Posted by Barbara Wilson - Terrace Park, OH - friend   April 02, 2015

Patty, Sarah & Laura,
I was so sad to hear of Joe's passing. Take comfort in knowing he is no longer in pain. The last couple of visits with all of you were so enjoyable. The way his face would light up when Luke would come into the room was so precious. I think it lit up like that when he was trying to decide which Christmas cookie to try first. ☺ I'll never forget his sheepish grin when you were telling me the story about coming back from the doctor appointment and physical therapy earlier that day. The way he was pretending he didn't do anything wrong when he walked from the car to the back door in the snow after he was asked to stay in the car so you could help him so he didn't fall. Hopefully all the good memories will help you get through this difficult time. He was a great man who will be missed terribly.
With much love,
Steve, Barb & Alex Wilson ¢¾

Posted by Barb Wilson - Terrace Park, OH   April 01, 2015