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Rev. Vincent DePaul McMurry P.S.S Obituary
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December 05, 2016

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November 24, 2016
Father McMurry was a deeply spiritual and compassionate friend and spiritual advisor. He had a kind heart and a hearty laugh. Rest in peace until we meet again.
August 22, 2016
I knew Fr. Vincent during the course of my formation at St.Mary's Seminary in Baltimore. For some people, it is simply beyond words to describe how important and influential they are in your life. Fr. Vincent is one of those for me. Rest in peace Fr. Vincent and thank you for being a special part of my life.
Fr. Bob Reese SMSU 1989
August 4, 2016
Mac helped me out of the doldrums many times at St Thomas. He remained a friend long after I realized I didn't have 'the right stuff" to become a priest. He was a unique force of nature. Many will miss him. Mike Zehnder.
August 2, 2016
I met Fr. McMurry in 1963 when I entered St. Thomas Seminary in Louisville, KY. I met him that first day and little did I realize what a wonderful influence he would have on mw for the rest of my life. During those 6 years at St. Thomas and for so many years afterwards, he was the most important influence in my life. He was incredibly sensitive to needs in a person's life - as an adolescent, as a young adult, as a husband, a father, a professional. I was always thankful for, and amazed at, the direction he offered in so many instances. How I will miss his presence in my life. But where would I have been without it?
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