Jerome T. Murtaugh

Saint Paul, Minnesota


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Murtaugh, Jerome T. - 12/1/1943 11/11/2003 Preceded in death by father John Murtaugh. Survived by mother, Carol Weber; aunts, uncles; and cousins; beloved companion and friend, Kathy Tronson; special friends Carol & Jim Hanley, Judy & Mike Mickelson. 30 year employee of US West Comm. US...

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Never forgotten............

There is no doubt that Jerome (aka Coot) was a gentleman of Quake III. It was his friendly, but no-nonsense, attitude, along with that of other Collective members, that made the game worth playing. I know that attitude will live on in the Collective. Coot will be missed but never forgotten. Go in peace.

Coot...u will surly be missed...
I know your hiding around the next go ahead and take that shot...One of the Nicest people I ever met online...I'm putting a big C on the end of my name and may even camp from time to time in your honor....I miss ya guy...

Jah Be Good to This One..........

Coot, we miss you our dear brother. I am so blessed to have known you. Thanks for all your encouraging kindness. You will be greatly missed, and always remembered in our hearts forever.

I only knew Jerry as COOT an on a silly lil game called Quake3.
NOW the game seems empty without knowing Coot could be around any corner.
rest in peace COOT
Tom (Paineles,PAIN,WALLEY) White
Rio Linda, CAlifornia

May you rest in peace my freind.

We will miss you, cuz. We have many great memories through the years with our families. Love ya.P.S. Say Hi to Mom and Dad

My deepest condolences to all the murtaugh family,
Jerry(coot)will always be my collective brother and good friend.

I will always remember you coot,thank you for being my friend.

Bill (NRG)