Judith A. Murphy
July 14, 1945 – July 10, 2022
Survived by children: Dawn Ennis (Eric), Sean Murphy (Caitie), Greg Ennis (Vicky), and Kelly Peplowski (Frank); grandchildren: Ashlee Murphy (Randy), Levi Janes, Mackenzee Benson (Devin), Lauren Ennis (Mike), Katelynn McMahon (Shane), Jacob, Matthew and David Peplowski, Jake and Hunter; great-grandchildren: Ashton and Daxton Murphy, Carter McMahon, and Teddy Benson; many nieces and nephews; special friends, Pat Arneson and Robin McMullen; brother, Les Ostrander (Karen).
Private Family Services.
I am so very sorry for your loss, she will be missed.
We are so sorry for your loss. It’s a terrible thing to lose a parent. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
To the Murphy’s,
My sincere condolences. I was fortunate to know all the Murphy’s since moving to Millard in 1985. Sean was the first friend I made during Christmas vacation. We grew up together. I spent so much time with Al, Judy, Sean, Dawn and Ashlee. For nearly 10 years they lived next door to me. Carpooled to middle school and high school. Graduated together.
Judy was the best. Any time I saw her from the time I was probably 15 forward any time I saw her I would be greeted with a hug. She was a friend to my mom and my family. She was family. One of the greatest cooks ever. Basically anything she made was awesome.. Wings were one I will always remember. Sean would always take down a couple dozen. The thing I will never forget is how kind she always was to me. She was funny. The world lost a truly great one. Hugs to the family, I know she will be truly missed. She and her family were family to me. Love to you all.
I am sorry to hear about the loss of your mother. Thinking of you and your family.
I am so sorry for your loss! Judy was one of a kind, I am going to miss her sass and quick humor! I loved her and her entire family! My deepest sympathies to all of you!!
So sorry for the loss of your Mom! She was a spunky lady! I remember Judy coming to Levi’s baseball games and cheering him on!
Dawn I know she was very lucky to have your help anytime she needed you!
Hugs and take care! Enjoy remembering all the good times!
Janet, Grant and Nick Guse
Aunt Judy was the strongest woman I ever knew. When ever I would visit she always had my back, as long as I didn’t rearrange her frig..she will be missed
My condolences to your family. I worked with Judy at good old T-59 back in 2002. She was patient, kind, witty, funny, and a joy to work with it. She was one of my trainers when I first started and her lessons stuck with me. She was genuine and could see the good and promise in others. Her BS radar was spot on! She loved to share stories of her grandkids. She would light up when you visited the store. We’ve kept in touch over the years and it always warmed my heart to get a Facebook message from her. I’m saddened by your loss. My prayers are with your family.
I have known Judy for a lot of years. She was truly one of a kind. She was full of spunk. When she loved you it was with all of her heart. I love her and she will never ever be forgotten