Mary Murphy

Obituary of Mary Murphy

Passed away at the Lions Manor Nursing Home, Placentia on Friday, March 5, 2021, Mrs. Mary Murphy age 74 years of Ship Harbor, P. Bay Predeceased by parents John and Elizabeth Griffiths, her daughter Angela, sisters: Matilda, Rose, Rebecca, Elizabeth and Germaine, brothers: Pat, Mike, Eugene and Pius. Along with brother in law and special friend whom she adored so much, Thomas Power. Left to mourn: Husband Cyril of 49 years, her six children: Jennifer (Larry), Cecelia (Wade), Cyril (Barbara), Scotty (Michaela), Eddie (Maria) and Phonse. Grandchildren: Ashton (Nikita), Kalie, Dylan, Braxton, Chelsea, Brooklyn, Cody, Morgan and Jeffrey Also leaving the mourn are her brothers and sister: Jack, Leo, Val (Ann), Fergus (Catherine) and Theresa (John). Also special sister in law whom she thought so much of, Cecilia Norman (Frank) and sister in law Elizabeth Griffiths. Special thanks to Dr. Rourke at the H. Bliss Murphy Cancer Centre and Dr. Rockel and the nurses at Placentia Hospital as well at the Lions Manor Nursing Home units 1 and 3 for their care during moms illness. Mom, your wings were ready but our hearts were not. Weep not for me though I have gone Into that gentle night Grieve if you will, but not for long Upon my soul’s sweet flight I am at peace, my soul’s at rest There is no need for tears For with your love I was so blessed For all those many years There is no pain, I suffer not The fear is now all gone Put now these things out of your thoughts In your memory I live on Remember not my fight for breath Remember not the strife Please do not dwell upon my death But celebrate my life. Funeral arrangements are entrusted to Coombs Funeral Home, Placentia. Cremation has taken place. Due to Covid 19 restrictions Funeral service will take place at a later date
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