Mamie Lee Murphy

Dec 20, 1916 - Jun 7, 2015

Obituary

Mamie, age 98, passed away peacefully on June 7, 2015, at the home of her daughter Sherri Kirk. She is also survived by her husband of more than 50 years, Leon Murphy. She leaves 3 grandchildren (Charles E. Kirk II, Beverly Chan and Bobette Kirk), 7 great-grandchildren, 13 great-great grandchildren, and 1 great-great-great grandchild. She was preceded in death by her first husband Jack Kirk and children Charles, Patricia, and Bette Kirk.
A 54 year resident of Sacramento, from Oklahoma City, OK, Mamie was born to Jesse and Mabel Williams in Ardmore, OK on December 20, 2016. A devoted mother, wife and homemaker, Mamie will be remembered for her sense of style, outspokenness, wise counsel, love of playing the slots, and the high heels that she wore into her nineties. She was a beloved member of her South Land Park neighborhood where she was known for her daily walks, friendly nature, openness to young people, and love of garage sales.

Funeral Home:
Andrews & Greilich Mortuary
3939 Fruitridge Road
Sacramento, CA
US 95820

Guestbook

  • Candice says:

    She had a full life, did things right. She had Ninty Nine years of Earthy time, an Amazing journey she walked. I felt bad that she did not have a obituary, so I decided to at least honor this beautiful child of God.

  • Melba McDaniel says:

    To Sherri and family; it is with deep sympathy, understanding and compassion that I cherished the memory of my last first cousin Mamie Lee Murphy. It was a delight to be in her company as we celebrated life throughout the years. I relished the visits of joyfulness both in Oklahoma City and California. Mamie was so blessed to live a long, prosperous and healthy life. Mamie was exceptional in her love of life and family and I am going to grieve for her unique and distinctive personality. I have come to understand that earth has no sorrow that heaven cannot mend. May God bless you in this hour of need and you will be in our thoughts and prayers. Anna and I will certainly not forget you. You are in God’s hands now and until we meet again rest in peace!

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