Patricia Murphy

Malden, Massachusetts


March 21, 2021
Malden, Massachusetts


Send Flowers

A. "Patty" (Belanger), Age 69, of Malden and Paugus Bay, NH. March 21, 2021. Wife of the late Paul J. Murphy (BPD). Daughter of the late Clarence E. and Ann (Allen) Martin. Sister of the late John C. Martin. Survived by her Church family, cousins and her friends. Visiting hours will be Thursday...

Read More

Guest Book

Not sure what to say?

Dear Patty, it was a great pleasure knowing you from the Y. What a wonderful and caring person you were. You cared about all your friends and would give us a call if you hadn’t seen us at water classes.I remember when my Dad passed away you collected from the girls and brought me a beautiful fruit basket. Always thinking of others. May you Rest In Peace and you’ll never be forgotten.I will swim an extra lap for you. Miss you ,Love,Margie

It was my pleasure and honor to have been Patty's caregiver. I enjoyed our talks and doing her exercises to her 70s music.. may you fly high . Thank you Florence
for your support and friendship to patty.

To all of Patty's family and friends,
We are so sorry to hear of Patty's passing, she was a wonderful and thoughtful person who we enjoyed getting together with at Paugus Bay and on boat trips around the lake on the Mount Washington. Our thoughts and prayers go out to all of you, she will be sorely missed. Rest in Peace Patty.
Carol and Moe

Patty was one of my earliest Belmont Elementary School friends at age 6 and that friendship has never broken. I have lovely memories of her family and important occasions during her lifetime. She was truly a good and kind friend and is now joined with her family who are all in God’s care.

Patty will be sorely missed by all her friends at the YMCA Malden . Especially our coffee hours Patty rarely missed meeting and enjoying the swim group God bless we will all miss you. Jean Register

Dear Lovie, How do I say goodbye to someone who has been part of my life for over 53 years. Our lifetime together as friends has had its ups and downs, but through it all we learned the true meaning of what friendship and unconditional love was all about. It is this love that has brought us together at the end of your journey on this earth. God knew what he was doing when he brought us together. Please know that our journey has come to an end but our bond will never end. Please Rest In Peace...

So sorry to hear of your passing. May you Rest In Peace

Patty was always a bubbly and outgoing person. We met as youngsters vacationing in the summer at Sandy Point on Lake Winnipesaukee, and although we lived 200+ miles apart the rest of the year, our families became close friends of almost 60 years. We teased each other about our "accents", hers from Malden and mine from "Joisey". My parents and I miss her loving parents as well as Paul, but I am sure there is a great reunion in heaven with them and with her brother Johnny...

Patty you will be missed by many people. Rest in peace. So glad we have gotten to know you over the years at the campground.