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In Memory of

Dennis Francis Murphy

July 29, 1938 - November 25, 2016

Obituary


Dennis Francis Murphy 78 of Seaside Park, NJ was reunited with his beloved wife Mary-Ellen and the Lord on November 25th, 2016. His viewing will be held on Tuesday from 4-9 p.m. at Anderson & Campbell 703 Main St. Toms River, NJ 08753 with mass on Wednesday, November 30th at 10:00 am at St. Catharine of Siena 50 E St. Seaside Park NJ 08752. Born in Brooklyn, NY July 29, 1938. As an adolescent, Dennis would meet his partner for life Mary-Ellen Flynn. Where together they raised their eight children; Raymond Murphy and his wife...

Dennis Francis Murphy 78 of Seaside Park, NJ was reunited with his beloved wife Mary-Ellen and the Lord on November 25th, 2016. His viewing will be held on Tuesday from 4-9 p.m. at Anderson & Campbell 703 Main St. Toms River, NJ 08753 with mass on Wednesday, November 30th at 10:00 am at St. Catharine of Siena 50 E St. Seaside Park NJ 08752. Born in Brooklyn, NY July 29, 1938. As an adolescent, Dennis would meet his partner for life Mary-Ellen Flynn. Where together they raised their eight children; Raymond Murphy and his wife Michelle, Maureen Grams and husband Stephen, Anne Suarez and husband George, Dennis Murphy and longtime girlfriend Maureen, Rosie DeSimon and husband Michael, Francis Murphy, Eileen Market and husband Stephen, and Tara Murphy. Blessed with thirteen grandchildren; Michael, Tom, Sean, Stephen, Stephen, Bobby, Brian, George, Matthew, Grace, Kaitlyn, Kevin, and Regan. Member of the Friendly Sons of the Shillelagh Old Bridge and President in 1978 through 1980, a club that was very near to his heart. Dennis's wit and charm served him well through life and career. He would light up any room he entered, tend bar like a pro, quick witted, charming and even spoke a little Yiddish on occasion. Mr. Murphy was often found outside sipping a martini, enjoying a cigar, surrounded by friends and family. He enjoyed sitting on the beach watching the ocean and attending his family's sporting events. He had the ability to make you feel you were the most important person in the room, no matter how crowded. "Where ever I am, you will always be more than just a memory".