St. John's Presbyterian Church or Riverside Cemetery would be appreciated.
Jan.8, 1942-Dec.29, 2016
away on Thursday Dec.29
Miramichi Hospital after a
leukemia. He showed determination, grace and
a will to live
during his lengthy chemo treatments.
NB, he was the
son of the late Sterling and Vera (Parrott) Murray. He is survived by one sister
brothers, Don (Dorothy), Edgar (Bonnie), Raymond (Jane) ; nephews, Glenn,
Sterling (Melissa), and Darcy (Angela) Murray
and nieces Sondra
St. Amand (Joe) and Amber McDonald (Ryan). He is also
several great -nieces and nephews.
George attended Moncton
Community College, graduating
with a diploma
Electrical in 1961. He started working
with NB Power as a lineman
Tracadie, and later moved to Marysville and worked
the meter shop
with NB Power ,retiring
George’s favourite place to be was
the Murray family
home in Tabusintac. He would travel
weekend from Marysville
due to a
and maintaining his large vegetable
garden, sharing much
family. He also spent countless hours in support of the community, and along with his good friends, helped to maintain the
and the St.
John’s Presbyterian Church.
man and will be missed by many, including
his coworker and friend
George Vibert Murray
resting at St.
John’s Presbyterian Church
with visitation on Tuesday
January 3, from 2-4 & 7-9.
Service will be Wednesday January 4, 2017, at 2
p.m. at St.
John’s Presbyterian Church, Tabusintac, with
officiating. Burial will be in the family
plot of Riverside
In memory of George
donations to St. John’s
Presbyterian Church or Riverside
care of Davidson’s Funeral
Home (622-7464) or online at www.davidsonsfh.com