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November 29, 2012
I worked for a short time at Children's Hospital during the 1980s and came to know of Dr. Murray's marvelous work with young patients. The wonders he performed are far beyond my poor powers to describe. Countless lives have been saved or made better by Dr. Joseph Murray. He has certainly already heard the Lord's greeting, “Well done, my good and faithful servant.” My condolences to my former Boston Globe colleague Meg and the entire Murray family.
November 29, 2012
Joe Murray was a compassionate Renaissance physician. His work benefited many thousands of patients, yet he had no arrogance, bravado or false pride about it. He constantly acknowledged and credited his partner Bobbi who, with wisdom and love, kept him grounded and oriented towards his life's ambition.
He was also a gentleman who treated everyone whether patient, colleague or shopkeeper with kindness and courtesy. He literally "walked with kings nor lost the common touch.
He was not just a physician, he was a Catholic physician, a loyal member and staunch supporter of the Guild of St. Luke of Catholic Physicians in the Boston Archdiocese.
Those of us honored to have known him and to have worked with him will see that his legacy does not die with him as he will be a paradigm for virtue for physicians of the future.
November 29, 2012
To The Murray Family

I did not know Dr. Murray but what an incredible talent he had to transplant organs and to give individual an opportunity to lived longer. Isaiah 33: 24 tells us “No resident will say I am sick.” in the near future we will not have to face sickness anymore. Nevertheless Dr. Murray's talent was incredible.
November 28, 2012
What can we say now that Dr. Murray has left us?
He was more than a Nobel laureate, he was our sons lifeline for many years, living longer than expected because of the great humanity of this skillfull and honorable surgeon. He fought for our sons life, only to lose him at the age of seventeen.
Now heartbroken, he helped our family, and we are lucky to have called him 'friend' throughout the last thirty years. Godspeed, Dr. Murray, you very best of men.
The Wint family, Colorado.
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