Quincy, Massachusetts


Quincy, Massachusetts


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MURPHY, Norma A. (McLeod) Of Quincy, died peacefully, May 8, 2020 at 85. Devoted mother of Janet Patten and her husband Paul of Lynn, Laura Murphy-Eagles and her husband William of Quincy, and Thomas Murphy and his wife Maryann of Norwell. Loving grandmother of William, Julianna, Kara, Garrett,...

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It was such a pleasure having come to know Norma when she volunteered in our Friends of South Shore Health office around 7 years ago.
Such a kind and smart lady.... My sympathy to her family and son Thomas whose previous experience with SSH was the possible impetus that brought her to us and for which we were very grateful.

I was so saddened to learn of Norma's passing. I met Norma early in my career and had the privilege of having her as my manager twice during my years at Bank of Boston. She was a wonderful mentor, manager, and friend. I will always remember her as an incredibly dynamic and deeply caring individual. My sincere condolences on the loss of your mother, grandmother and great grandmother.

My sincere condolences to the family of Norma. I remember Norma from Bank of Boston. Norma was always so kind and there was always a smile on her face. May she rest in peace, and may the perpetual light shine upon her.

Loved Norma Murphy from BankBoston.
She was my mentor and I learned so much from her. She is in my heart.Sincere sympathies to her family and friends.
Gail Soucy Crissinger

In loving memory of a wonderful person. I was so blessed to have known and worked for Norma at Bank of Boston. She left an indelible mark on my heart. Rest in Peace dear lady. My condolences to Norma's family and friends.

So sad to hear of Norma's passing. I worked with Norma for many years at Bank of Boston with many happy memories. I remember how dedicated she was to the Haitian missions and the love for her family. Be at peace dear Norma. You did well!

Paul Madden

Norma was a terrific person and even better friend. My condolences to Tommy and all Norma's family. Gerry & Ginny Demone