Edward Keith Murray
June 16, 1953 – July 6, 2020
Edward “Keith” Murray, age 67, passed away July 6, 2020. He is proceeded in death by his parents Richard F. Murray and Phyllis G. Murray, and his brother “Rick” Murray. He is survived by his loving wife Pat, his three children Wendy, Crystal, Scott and their spouses as well as his sister Nancy and his brother John. “Poppie” was grandfather to four grandchildren, Jordan, Sydney, Lena and Deklin. He will be deeply missed by all for his sense of humor and sarcasm but most of all for his endurance and faithfulness to his God, Jehovah.
A Memorial service is planned for July 25, 2020 at 2:00pm via Zoom. For information on how to connect to the service please contact the family.
Arrangements by Affinity Funeral Service Richmond Chapel.
He was a great Uncle and always was happy to have me over. I am glad to have known him. Rest in peace, and my thoughts and best wishes to the family in these times.
We will always remember the fun times “the camping gang” had when our kids were young and the great Friday night steak dinners at the Murray house. What a gracious host and a kind hearted man Keith was. We look forward to seeing Keith soon when there will be no more sickness, pain and death. Revelation 21: 3, 4. Love you Pat, Wendy, Crystal, and Scott. Charlie and Terry
My thoughts and condolences to you Pat and to your family. It’s such a blessing to know Jehovah and to know that Keith is just resting for a little while. I could always get a witty joke and a humorous smile when we conversed at the hall. I am so grateful to Jehovah for that hope of seeing my friend again. Jacquelin Harris
Tom and I will miss our buddy, good friend and faithful “Brother”. We will always remember his telling of events or stories and how he would go on and on with all the details as we sat in the living room or on the deck. That wa Keith. We had so many good times with Pat and Keith. He endured much but fought the fine fight and was faithful to the end. We will see him again!
We love you Keith.
Im so sorry you too are having to experience a terrible lost. I can’t begin to express to you how much sadness I’m feeling and have been feeling for both you and family after you text me a few weeks ago. Both you and Keith have become such dear friends of ours. My dad especially used to enjoyed Keith’s friendship and their times spent in the ministry together…… Although some days will be challenging, try to keep before you, Keith is only taking a little nap at this stage and you’ll be chatting with him again very soon……I pray you also experience continue comfort from Jehovah that He is known to showering upon all grieving hearts. ~Love you much.
Our dearest Murray Family. It is with heavy hearts we feel your loss. Nothing is as painful than what you all had to edure watching your husband/father go through so much pain and suffering. Then walking him out of his home for the last time. If you endured that with hope Now you have to remain strong and united in your faith that only jehovah has the power to fix everything we go up agsinst in this old sinking world….When kieth and Pat are walking hand in hand on the beach he looks back and sees his children and their families , he will smile. So very contended that he ran the race successfully and so did the ones he loves. With deep sympathy we pray that you recieve comfort from our Great God.
Some times it is hard to find words of comfort
For those who have lost a loved one
Especially in the times we live in it can be
Hard to bear .
The only thing that helps us through is
The hope we fellow friend’s have I
Met Keith and pat in the late 70’s and the
Hole family were friends when my
Family needed a friend may Jehovah
Bless you your loving Brother
Dear Pat, we are so sorry to hear of Keith passing away. Tom & Gloria have kept us updated on Keith. We all wait for the day Jehovah by means of his son, Jesus Christ will cause Keith to wake up and be with his family again, happy and healthy. I know you will not be amazed you will just be waiting❤️ “Do not be amazed at this, for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out…”John 5:28,29
Our Christian Love, Jon & Joan
Pat we are so sorry and thinking of you and praying for you at this time , Ps. 37:29 The righteous will possess the earth and live forever on it. This gave me comfort when my mom passed we will all be back together in paradise soon! Sending our Love David and Renee Cowan and family
We, Br. Haynes and I, remember the last time we had the pleasure in speaking with Br. Murray, In fact it was just about a year ago in Costco and as usual we started talking about our children. We reminisced about when we were together in The Westhampton Congregation, I guess I could go on and on, but know this he will be solely missed. Yet I know that when he awakens we will all be together again, in Jehovah’s greater congregation.
Pat Wendy Crystal Scott and families so sorry for your loss. My first memory was when my room mate Shirley and I had just moved to Richmond and were new in the Tucahoe congragatin , Pat and Keith invited us over had supper went to the park hooked up the huskies and we all went sleigh riding. Soo long ago but never forgot how welcome they made me feel to a new congragatin. Very soon we will see our dear loved ones again free of pain and cancer a disease of the past. Hugs and prayers sent.
I am so sorry to hear about Keith. He is now in the safest place one can be, that is in Jehovah’s memory.
Pat and Family
So sorry, Keith put up a good fight He finished the race faithfully.
Kendall always enjoyed talking to Keith about those “Skins”. Will really miss those talks.
Thinking of you and the family ❤️ Will be keeping you in our prayers ❤️
Keith was a wonderful brother and friend. He remained joyful and loving even when in pain. We will miss the times we spent just talking and laughing, however, looking forward to when we will laugh, talk and eat again in the kitchen that he is going to renovate for us🌹