Edith "Edie" -(Murphy) Dyer-Obituary

Edith "Edie" L. (Murphy) Dyer

May 5, 1939 - Apr 15, 2015

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On behalf of the Sirois Family I want to express our Sincere Sympathy to Glenn and Dale on the loss of your parents. May Edie and Bunky R.I.P. forever together.

My two wonderfull friends will be sadly missed but never forgotten in our hearts!Our sympathies go out to the whole Dyer family.Bob&Diane Wright

Thinking of Glen and Dale, please accept my sympathies for your loss

Sorry to hear about the loss of Eddie.

Pat Butler
Garden Club

So sorry for your loss. I am a member of the Salem Garden Club, but unfortunately did not personally know Edie. Her friends have told me what a Wonderful woman and friend she was.

Please accept our heartfelt condolences. Your mom was an exceptional woman and will be greatly missed.

Sorry for your loss. She was a great person and will be greatly missed.

May you both R.I.P. forever together ..

On behalf of the Sheldon Family we were saddened by the news. We hold fondest memories and send our Sincere Condolences to Dale and Glenn and their familes.

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Edith "Edie" 's Obituary

Edith (Edie) L. (Murphy) Dyer, wife of the late Albert "Bunky" Dyer, passed away on April 15, 2015. Born in Gloucester, MA on May 5, 1939, she was the daughter of the late Charles & Charlotte (Halverson) Piscitello and William Murphy.Edith was a graduate of Gloucester High School and the North Shore Children's Hospital School of Nursing. After nursing school she worked at Addison Gilbert Hospital, Salem Hospital, and North Shore Children's Hospital. She was with North Shore Children's Hospital for 36 years where she poured out her love for children. She made many friends over the years and welcomed them into her home to enjoy her second love, cooking. Her wedding cakes for her children, friends and friend's children were talked about and enjoyed. Edie was a past president and member of the Salem Garden Club, past regent and member of the Women of the Moose and a past treasurer of Salem High Football Boosters. She was an organized person and never did a job she couldn't do to the best of her ability. Edie and her late husband Albert "Bunky" Dyer (passed March 25, 2015) had spent 55 years together. Edie wanted her husband remembered as a man who took his vows in sickness and in health to his final days.Surviving Edith "Edie" and Albert "Bunky" is their loving family. Their son Glenn Dyer, his wife Tammy (Lyons) Dyer and their two children, Justine and Ryan Dyer, and great-granddaughter, Mia Jeannette Emrich of Lebanon, Maine. Their son Dale C. Dyer, his wife Debora (Squire) Dyer and their children Daniel Squire, Traci (Squire) and her husband Rudy Thingvold, and two great-grandchildren, Rebekah and Dominic Thingvold. She is also survived by two sisters Jane, and her husband, Michael Piotrowicz and Fay Jones. Additionally she is survived by her brother Peter C. Piscitello and several nieces and nephews.For additional information or online guest book, please call 978-744-0497 or visit www.MurphyFuneralHome.com.

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