Daisy Tun Murison

Apr 7, 1949 - Mar 6, 2017


Sacramento, California: Daisy Murison, age 67, died on Monday morning, March 6th, 2017 from complications of abdominal cancer and Parkinson’s disease. She is survived by her beloved husband, Glenn Murison (age 65) and daughter, Katherine Murison (age 28) and two sisters, Doris Celiberti (Dominick) and Leia Tunnaye-Ennis (Scott) Her adoptive mother, Kittee Tun-Aye living in Cupertino, CA is 92. She was preceded in death by her adoptive father, Patrick Tun-Aye and younger brother, Dennis Aye. Her nephews and nieces living in the United States include, San San, Gareth Aye, Morgan Aye and Patrick Ennis. Daisy whose Burmese name is Daw Khin Tin was lovingly referred to in her family as Rin-Tin-Tin. She was born on July 17th, 1949 in the small Burmese town of Htait-toh-myo situated beneath the revered boulder called Kyait-toh-myo. It is said that giant boulder is held to the steep cliff wall by a single hair from the Buddha’s head.In August 1972 Daisy was married to her loving husband, Glenn Murison. They continued living in Chicago till August of 2006 when they purchased a home in Sacramento, CA, and moved west with their then teenage daughter, Katherine. Katherine now lives in Long Beach and worksfor the Disney Company. Daisy graduated from Selan’s Beauty College in 1975 and went on to enjoy a thirty year career as a top hair fashion designer in downtown Chicago. She opened her own beauty shop in a prestigious high-rise building on Washington St., and thrived by keeping her professional clientele looking their best. Daisy was a marvelous cook who spent much of her time away from work preparing elaborate Burmese dishes for her family and friends. Relatives and friends alike were thrilled at the savoryaromas that wafted through the air in her home, and one could never leave the table without having gained at least a few pounds. Her delicious beef curry, beef kabobs, and mohinga were the signature dishes for which she was well knowDaisy and Glenn Murison were founding members of the Burmese Buddhist Assoc. & temple in Elmhurst IL, and were instrumental raising the funding for its establishment. They were active members at the temple, giving generously, and contributing to its maintenance and growth.Daisy and Glenn returned frequently to Burma and gave generously to help the poor in her birth country and will be fondly remembered by the her Burmese and US friends and family in both countries.

Funeral Home:
East Lawn Mortuary
5757 Greenback Lane
Sacramento, CA
US 95841


  • Dawn Wiley says:

    Daisy made a special impact on so many people, including me. I feel lucky to have shared so many special memories with you and your family. She will be greatly missed. D. Wiley

  • Sandra aung says:

    Aunty Daisy was like my second mom, I will miss her dearly.

  • Cho Cho Myint says:

    Ma Daisy was such a nice, sweet, strong, generous,kind and lovely person and she will be missed for long time and very sad to leave early and so much memories left and rest in peace.

  • Jvw says:

    To dear Glen and Katherine, Our condolences with many warm and heartfelt thoughts and prayers are there with you both today and always. Our memories of the happy times we shared and Daisy and your family’s generosity and hospitality will forever linker in our minds and hearts. May god bless you and protect you always. Love, Janet Alex & Xander

  • Tin Tin Khine says:

    Ma Daisy was a very good example to many of us. She was very nice, generous, lively and helpful. Friends and family had numerous loving memories at the Murisons’ home with her delicious food, her laughter & the warmth of the Murisons. She will truly be missed by many!

  • Jessica Harston says:

    Your East Lawn family loves you very much Glenn. We know Daisy will be sorely missed and never forgotten. We are always here for you and Kathy!

  • Jeff Wong says:

    Dear Glenn & Katherine, We are deeply saddened by the news of Daisy passing. Losing someone we love is nothing easy, we can realize that we are blessed to have been able to share in her life. Daisy touched so many of our lives. She was a very kind, generous and wonderful person that we will never forget. May the love of family and friends comfort you during these difficult days, our most sincere condolences to you and your family. Love, Jeff, Sharon, Amanda, Katheryne & Brenda.

  • Steve Bartel says:

    Dear Glenn, it was an honor to meet your wonderful family and pay tribute to your beautiful wife Daisy. Katherine, thank you for sharing the “behind the scenes” information for the many beautiful photos of your family’s travels to Burma. Those are fantastic memories that will always be cherished. My sincere condolences to you and your extended family and friends.

  • Bob Buchanan says:

    Glenn & Katherine: My most sincere and heartfelt condolences. Daisy was always so kind to me and so generous — especially with her food! So many memories of those parties on Home Ave. Good memories. You all always made me feel so welcome. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

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