Charlene B. Murray
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Charlene B. Murray, of Davie, FL, passed away on Saturday March 20th due to complications of Parkinsons. She is survived by her husband James S. Murray and her brother Philip A. Branson. She was a 40 year resident of Davie, FL where she retired from PricewaterhouseCoopers, while also enjoying horse back riding and showing horses. No services are currently scheduled, and in lieu of flowers, we ask you make a donation to the Micheal J. Fox foundation for the cure of Parkinsons in Charlene's name. Charlene was loved by all and will be dearly missed.

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Published in Sun-Sentinel on Mar. 28, 2021.
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April 15, 2021
Charlene and I have been friend since 7th grade at Madison Jr. High. We lost contact for a while as life took over. We reconnected in recent years and spoke often. I will keep our memories and cherrish our friendship forever. Love Ya.
Sharon Holland
April 5, 2021
Jim Murray
March 31, 2021
The greatest sister in law in the world/ like your own sister. Quick intellect, beautiful, fun, could ride a Harley better than Jimmy, ride a horse, drive his old restored Mustang!
We all loved her and Jim and she were high school sweethearts!
Just take a rest, you will fly again in our next Life with Jim! Dogs running behind.
Linda Roberson
March 29, 2021
Charlene was one of the first person that greeted me when I started at PW on March 22, 1979. Her and Rebe were my guardian angels. I was only 18, so I was the baby. We had such a wonderful time that I will always treasure. Charlene will always hold special place in my heart. My deepest condolences to Jimmy and family. Rest In Peace my dear friend. Till we meet again.
Marisol Nochea
March 29, 2021
Prayers to the family
The Eddleblutes
March 27, 2021
You will be missed by all of us. We love you.
Nellie Murray Bostwick
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