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Catherine Ann Murphy

St. Louis, Missouri

Jul 2, 1963 – Jul 22, 2020 (Age 57)


July 2, 1963
July 22, 2020
St. Louis, Missouri


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Shepard Funeral Chapel Obituary

Catherine A. Murphy (nee McClellan), age 57 of Bridgeton, Missouri, was called to her heavenly home on Wednesday, July 22, 2020. She was born on Tuesday, July 2, 1963 in Quincy, Massachusetts.

Cathy is survived by her husband, Ronald L. Murphy; six children, Jill (Bryce)...

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I started writing a post to you today but as soon as I clicked the picture I remembered I don’t have you anymore. We will have so much to catch up on when God calls me home and I get to find my friend.I feel so lonesome now. Until Heaven calls me home too. Love ya girlie!!

Cathy will be so deeply missed by all that were so blessed to have known her. Her soft spoken voice and beautiful smile lit up a room. Rest easy my beautiful sister. You were a gift... prayers.

Cathy Was a Beautiful Bright Had Beautiful Smile loved Loved life and NEVER be forgotten Rip Cathy Truely with Angels MY Sister Julie And Faimly and Ronnie And Donnald Other's Love YA all

Cathy and husband. Ron.were so nice and invtited us to come over and meet each other after they moved in to their house,we. Will always remember her for that. Kind event. Rest in peace.

Cathy was beautiful inside and out.I will always remember her beautiful smile and laugh.R.I.P I will see you again you are truly a Angel and will be missed dearly.

Cathy, you were like a second mom to me. I loved how you were awake and would talk to me all the time when the girls were still getting ready for school or the nights I spent the night at your house. I would see you on the way walking to the corner store. You raised some great kids and you were always in high spirits. When my dad passed away you talked to me and when I seen you at st Kevin’s carnival we talked like we just seen eachother and was catching up. You will be truly missed and was a...

May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.