Jerry Murphy

Date of Death: September 18, 2018
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Jerry Arthur Murphy (DOB 9/1/65), 53, of Sun Prairie finished his 6 year battle with cancer just after midnight on September 18th, 2018. He did so on his own terms, at home, surrounded by family, and without pain. He was born in Orange, CA, the youngest son of Glenn and Shirley (Wingo) Murphy. In 1987Continue Reading

Ronda Murphy left a message on October 1, 2018:
Love you and miss you dearly. Heaven has the greatest man. Spread your wings!
Michelle TeWinkle left a message on October 1, 2018:
I only had a year to get to know Uncle. But, what a great man! He was a positive, inspirational, sweet, and funny man through it all. He was so wise and had no problem sharing his wisdom. He will always have a special place in my heart!
Helen Huff left a message on September 30, 2018:
Jerry you were my young cousin didn't get to see you as an adult. I am glad we got to connect again May God keep you and now you can rest
Kimberly Murphy left a message on September 29, 2018:
I knew. Jerry most of. My life we met at age almost 19. And almost 21 we were. So young. We times we had great times. but we always. Loved each other so with great sorrow. I miss you every day I will always love you. Forvever in my heart your wife and best friend kimmerz
Ryan, Rhonda & Loraine Corona left a message on September 28, 2018:
When I met Jerry many years ago I could tell immediately after being introduced that I liked him, he was just one of those type of guys that you knew he was genuine and had a great heart !! Was sorry to hear that he lost his fight with cancer. I know his family is mourning they're great loss my prayers go out to you all
RIP Sweet Jerry...RIP
Shirley Murphy left a message on September 28, 2018:
You were my baby then and you are still my baby. I will always be here for you and I will always love you. I am glad that you are no longer in pain. I remember when you were born and how sick you were all the time but you were always a happy baby no matter how sick you were. Even through all this cancer you still managed to smile and have a sense of humor.

Mama loves you.
Kimberly Murphy left a message on September 28, 2018:
Jerry I will always love you wwith all my heary
Dena Pfaff left a message on September 26, 2018:
Having known you your whole life I have many wonderful memories of you. As a small girl I remember taking the bus with mom to go visit you in the hospital because you were so sick all the time in your first months of your life. Peering through the nursery window looking at you lying in that hospital bassinet and not understanding why our baby couldn't come home with us. Then as a little boy with the BIG head :-) I called you big head Ed and you never seemed to mind - that's because of your good nature. As a young teenager you were excited to become an Uncle and you were always very close to your nephews. They were just as fond of you as you were of them. You grew up to be a goodhearted, compassionate person never hesitating to help whoever you could. I will miss you immensely but look forward to seeing you again one day. Until then, look over us as we make our way through life and let us know from time to time that you are still here with us. I love you baby brother.
Cathy Caudle left a message on September 24, 2018:
I'm so sorry for your loss, please accept my sincerest condolences. May God comfort you during this time. 2 Thessalonians 2:16,17
Newcomer Funeral Home left a message:
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