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Judith Arlene Murray December 4, 1947 ~ June 18, 2012

Judith Arlene Murray, 64 of Fayetteville died June 18, 2012 at her home. She was born December 4, 1947 in Bryan, Texas to William and Delores Murray. She was a lifelong educator with a Master’s degree in Education. She loved the outdoors. She loved to fish and garden and also had a love for hummingbirds. She was preceded in death by her parents and her brother, William Lee Murray Jr. Survivors include her daughter, Trina Megee and husband Michael of Elkins; brother, Jerry Murray of Hindsville; grandchildren Jessica Helms, Andrew Helms and Emily Megee all of Elkins; niece, Crystal Murray and her children and nephew William Lee Murray III and his son. Memorial  Service will be held 11:00 AM Monday, June 25, 2012 at the First Baptist Church of Elkins with Pastor Rex Griffin officiating, Cremation arrangements are under the direction of Beard’s Funeral Chapel. Online condolences may be made to the family at www.beardsfuneralchapel.com.

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    Terri Ralston » 20. Jun, 2012

    So sorry to hear of Judith’s passing. I worked with Judith at NTI and found her to be a very dedicated teacher. I know her family meant everything to her. Judith will be missed.
    Terri

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    Shirley Howard » 24. Jun, 2012

    Trina I am so sorry to hear about Judith. She was a great friend to me. I will miss her.
    She was always there to do for me.
    Shirley

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    Lisa Talbert » 24. Jun, 2012

    I am so sorry to hear about Judith. She did enjoy gardening and I did enjoy when she brought fresh veggies to the office! She also enjoyed being in the classroom working with the students. She was mentor to many.

    I extend my sympathy to Trina and family on your loss.

    Lisa

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    Name » 25. Jun, 2012

    Thoughts and prayers during this difficult time….Teresa and Kyle

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    Name » 25. Jun, 2012

    I am so sorry to hear of Judiths passing. She was a very dear friend to my mom (Shirley Howard) and she had a laugh that would make the whole room laugh with her! I know she will be missed by all her friends and family.
    Shari Petroff

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    Mary Ann (Froud) Blanton » 25. Jun, 2012

    I was saddened to see that one of my classmates from Fayetteville High has left us. I haven’t seen Judy, but once, since we graduated. Now I know that I missed out. She was always fun to be around.
    May you enjoy the good memories she left with you.

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    Ethna Billings » 25. Jun, 2012

    Judith, or Ms. Murry, as I preferred to call her in class, was a wonderful person. She and I had many talks and exchanged stories. I will miss her.

    One thing she did was get my name in print, when she had our class do a cookbook for a class project, then sell the cookbook to raise funds for student benefits. She always had such good ideas for class projects. Judith, I will see you again in the afterlife.

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    Jane Todd » 26. Jun, 2012

    Judith was one of my favorite teachers at Remington. I was her “suck-up” student and even made her a “suck-up” bucket filled with suckers. She brought that up every time I ran into her. Even my children were in awe of her. The world has lost a real character and I have lost a friend. My thoughts and prayers are with her family.

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    Linda Lafferty Ladd » 26. Jun, 2012

    I just wanted to express my condolences to Judith’s family and friends. Although Judith and I only knew each other in high school (47 years ago), I was saddened to learn of her death. She was a very nice lady and I remember her well. I’m sorry for your loss.