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Chad Murph

KANNAPOLIS, North Carolina

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Keeping the Murph Family in our Hearts and Prayers during this difficult time.

Keeping the Murph Family in our hearts and prayers

So sorry for the Murph family! Chad was a good fellow and a great guy to work with. When we were out of town on work trains, all he talked about was the boys (his nephews). He will be greatly missed! Prayers goes out to his family.

My condolences to Chad's family and friends during this time of sorrow. May the "God of all comfort" bring peace to your hearts through His Word at Psalm 9:9,10.

You will be missed. Hugs to the family.

My prayers go out to the Murph family in this time of sorrow. Chad will be missed by his Norfolk Southern friends. May God Bless you.
NS Piedmont Division Secretary

May Gods hands hold you up during these days to come. I miss my friend so much.

You could not ask for a better co-worker or friend. He always had a smile on his face and he never met a stranger. RIP brother, you will never be forgotten.

May God Bless you during this time
Marcia Adams Skovera Class of 92

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Chad Wayne MurphKANNAPOLIS - Mr. Chad Wayne Murph, 39, passed away Saturday, May 4, 2013.Chad was born Feb. 17, 1974, in Cabarrus County, a son of Jerry Murph and Diane Faggart Murph. He graduated from A.L. Brown High School in 1992. He worked as a foreman for the Norfolk Southern Railroad. Chad...

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