Noma Murphy

noma murphy

Noma Ilene “Trudie” Murphy, 64, of Bloomburg, Texas, died Monday, Sept. 18, 2006, in an Atlanta, Texas, hospital. Mrs. Murphy was born Aug. 16, 1942, in San Antonio. Survivors include two brothers, Ray Randolph and Chris Sharon; two sisters, Shari Randolph and Linda Keeton; a special niece and nephew, Katherine and James McCreery of Bloomburg; and a number of other relatives. Private services will be held at a later date. Arrangements will are under the direction of Reeder-Davis-Schindler Funeral Home.

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  1. Kate sent me a copy of Trudie's obituary, I am sorry to hear of your loss and know she was happy to be with her brother, Ray and his daughter and family during the last months of her illness. I have many memories of life with Trudie growing up in Castroville, we were very close and she was always a good friend and my only regret is that we did not stay in touch these past years as we have gotten older. A special memory for me is when we were teenagers we both worked at Sammy's Restruant,the same shift, in the mornings, we would get up early and i would put her long hair in a french twist and she always looked so pretty with her gray blue eyes and friendly smile, she made good tips and was liked by all the patrons. God bless you and your family for caring for her when she could not care for herself. Sincerely, Bonni Keller

  2. So very sorry for y'all's loss. She sounded like she was a wonderful person. I wish I had gotten to meet her. Love y'all, Louie and Mikey

  3. We will miss our Aunt Trudie very much! We will have to find some Tab soda and drink a toast to her. Love, Lissa & Peto.

  4. We are so sorry for your loss. I know how much your Aunt Trudie meant to you. You all are in our thoughts and prayers. Love y'all..

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