November 30, -0001 - April 11, 2011
Murphy, Terrence loving husband of Isabella â€œCharlotteâ€ Murphy, dear father of Charlotte (Lane Brown) Murphy and Brendan Murphy, beloved grandfather of Elizabeth Murphy. Also survived by his siblings Dennis, Bill, and Janet. Memorial service to be held at Christ Church Cathedral 318 E 4th St, Downtown, Friday at 4PM. In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to the Heifer International Foundation or Doctors Without Borders.
My deepest condolences to the whole family. Brendan, I just lost my Dad quite unexpectedly last year, and yours had consulted me several times concerning you. Please do NOT hesitate to contact me!
I have not been in contact with Terry for many years, but I remember the good times we shared at Mt Healthy. I am very sad to hear about his death. My special condolences to Janet, Dennis and Bill.
To Brendan, our future grandson and to your family, we send our heartfelt sympathy for your great loss.Truly your loss is heaven’s gain.We are just so sorry we did not get to meet him.He sounds like a very special man.May your good memories be of great comfort.Love & blessings, Papaw & Mamaw Fain
My sympathies to Terry’s family. Although I only had the pleasure of knowing Terry for a short time, I do know that he was highly respected as an engineer, as a gentleman, and as a friend.
Terry will be missed by all who knew him whether it be those of us who have known him since high school or newly made friends whom he knew for just a short time. He made a lasting impression on all of us and will be remembered with great affection.
I want to offer my deepest sympathy to Terryâ€™s entire family. Terry was one of the kindest, most generous, and unselfish people I have ever met. In the 4 or 5 years we rode in to work together we discussed many things and he shared many of his famous stories and adventures. He was always fun to be around. I will miss him greatly.
To Terry’s Family and the Murphys:
Jeanne and I share your loss! We fondly remember Terry in our High School years and our most recent visit at the Class Reunion. He was a fun loving individual full of smiles and laughs.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this time. GOD bless you Terry!
Jeanne and Jack Zinselmeier
Lake Lure, North Carolina
Terry always had a smile or a helping hand for everyone, which led to a life filled with fantastically entertaining stories. My favorite memory involves him helping with pest removal at my house, teetering on a stepstool over a banister, staring down a giant bat. In true Terry Murphy fashion, both he and the bat left the house unharmed. He was a true mentor and role model. My life is much better for having known him, and I will miss him deeply.
As a newcomer to Cincinnati and Christ Church Cathedral two short years ago, Terry was one of the first “friendly faces in the crowd” and welcomed me to my now new church home. What a true gentleman; I am forever grateful.
To my future nephew, Brendan, I am so sorry for the loss of your father. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.
Terry was a true gentleman who treated everyone with kindness and respect. We can all learn a lot from the way he lived his life. My thoughts and prayers are with you in this difficult time.
Terry will be remembered always as the most kind, intelligent, hard working friend! You are in all our thoughts at this most difficult time,
Ketta and Steve
Sandy and I send our most sincere sympathy on your loss of Terry. We will always remember him as a fun loving guy who stood at both ends of our senior trip photo in Washington D.C. We will miss him too.
Sandy and Jerry Bedacht
Terry was my friend, confidant, and mentor. I looked forward to his welcoming smiles and great stories. His sage, technical and personal advice was invaluable. Terry will be missed immensely. It was truly a blessing to have known him. He was indeed a remarkable individual.
Such sad news – our whole class will miss this wonderful, lovable guy!