“Dr. Murray, thank you for operating on my mother in 1966 at Peter bent. I was 4 years old at the time of the surgery. My mother passed away in 2000. I was 38 years old. My uncle who donated the kidney died in 2010, at age 85. God bless you.
“TO the Murray Family,
Iam so late in offering my condolence.
Please fogive me. My ninety years years surely have slowed me down.
I feel privileged to have been present at Dr. Murray's funeral.
It was a tribute he truly deserved .
I served as Clinical Nurse in the Division OF Plastic Surgery at the Brigham under Dr Murray's leadership.
It was an honor.We all know he was a gifted surgeon. However ,the kindness and consideration with which he treated his...
“I was a 17 year old patient of Dr. Murray in 1968. It was with my parents love and insight and Dr. Murray's skill and compassionate care my life was changed forever after Dr. Murray performed a new surgical procedure on my jaw.
It was complicated and there were times Dr. Murray met me for a weekend appointment at Wellesley hospital as I was a college student living a distance away. He was my strength and my hero always. I felt so very proud to have been his patient over the years while...
“Dr. Murray, I would not be here today if it were not for you. My life came after my father's transplant in 1963. I was born in 1970. Thank you for my life and the life of my children and the future generations to come.
Pam Knight, daughter of Don Messinger
“So sorry for the loss of MR.MURRAY,my sincere sympathy to you.(matt.5:9) let's us know that "Happy are the peaceable,since they wii be called sons of God."......~
“Like an "Intellectual Tide",Dr.Murray lifted all "Boats".These "Boats" now stand on his broad shoulders.
“There are individuals who enrich peoples's lives and leave the world a far better place because of their dedication, willingness to reach beyond the standard and brilliance to envision the future. Dr Joseph Murray was a man who left humanity and all those he touched better off, because of his far reaching talents, brilliant mind and deep compassion. May we have the fortune to see more like him.
“december 1 Condolence and High School baseball together,as wells as some tennis.Joe was a great first baseman,and a good friend ,and I was not surprised by his later accomplishments. Frnk Berry M.D. Los Altos,Ca
“I was deeply saddened to hear of the passing of this brilliant man who was as kind, compassionate and humble as he was smart. I had my first transplant at the old Peter Bent Brigham and my second one in 2002. His genius allowed me to become a mother and a grandmother. My husband and my daughters will be eternally grateful to him. Our deepest sympathies to all of you.