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Wesley J. "Pat" Murphy

Emmett, Idaho

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Wesley J. "Pat" MurphyFeb.15, 1930 ~ Jan. 1, 2013With family surrounding him, Wesley J. "Pat" Murphy, 82, of Emmett, Idaho passed away Saturday, January 19, 2013. Pat began his journey through life February 15, 1930 in Crawford, Nebraska to Wesley C. "Bud" Murphy and Lillian B. (Pierce) Murphy....

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Pioneer Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution is grateful for Mr. Murphy's service to his country. May his family find peace and comfort at this time of loss.

Words cannot express how much this wonderful Brother will be missed in my life. I will keep him close to my heart always. He was my best friend. I pray his family will find peace in the memories he has left for all of us to help us to heal as I know Pat would want us to. God will be our blessing.Marjy

You are all in my prayers and have always been a good part of the memories. He was a wonderful man, Terri Tammy Mike and family, may God blesss and comfort you. All my love Sharon

Our thoughts and prayers for the family.

The coffee gang will never be same without you, Pat. Thank you for sharing part of your mornings with my dad and for making him smile. You helped bring him through his recent health issues and never gave up on him. Thank you, thank you.

P.S. My dad, Don Harrison, doesn't touch computers, but he wanted me to tell you that he misses you. He wishes you Godspeed until the two of you meet again.

They say a mans worth is not how many he has loved but how many loved him...he was dearly loved by all. His arms encircled us in good and bad times, his physical presence will be missed but his strength in us will live on...along with that darned mischievous grin...Love to the family. Thanks for making me a part of it.

My late father worked with and for Pat in the Emmett mill. Having so many ethics and morals in common, I now understand why my late father Raymond K. Nash mentioned Pat so often.

My memories of Pat was that he was a kind man with a wide smile. I am so glad to have known him. The Jones family will always remember him fondly. Love to you, Val Jones Griffith

Pat was a wonderful person and loved by SO many. We will all miss him so much. Love you Terry & family! Colleen B.