Marjorie Ann Murphy

Marjorie Ann "Margie" Murphy (Heimberger)

Wednesday, April 27th, 1949 - Wednesday, September 30th, 2020
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CORDELE — Margie Murphy, 71, of Cordele died Wednesday, Sept. 30, 2020, at her residence. In honoring Mrs. Murphy wishes, there will be no services.

Mrs. Murphy was born in Wyandotte, Mich. To Heyden Frances Smith Heimberger and James Francis Heimberger. She was a retired healthcare nurse. She was one of Jehovah’s Witnesses. She enjoyed working with her plants, especially her white wisteria. She was also known from her days as manager at the Flowers Bread Store in Cordele.

She is survived by her son: Michael Murphy of Southport, Fla.; her brothers: Michael R. Heimberger of Snellville, Ga. and Tom Heimberger of New Iberia, La.; her grandchildren: Michael Brandon Murphy, Patrick Lee Murphy, and Mitchell Chase Murphy; and her great-grandson: Michael Finnegan Murphy.

Online condolences may be left at Hughes & Wright Funeral Home, Inc. is entrusted with these arrangements.
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Arielle Thomas

Posted at 08:40am
Dear Family,
We are sincerely sorry for the loss of Ms. Marjorie. Marjorie was such a vibrant, spunky, fun person to be around. She always made me smile and she was so positive despite her health problems. She will be very missed. I have good memories with her working in the bible volunteer work she loved. She believed firmly in the future resurrection hope and I look forward to seeing her there in perfect health. She will be unstoppable. She loved children too, I have included a picture of her with my children at our one of our last special meetings we had together.

Melissa Penney

Posted at 04:33am
Ms margie was my room mate when i had to go to rehab. She took me under her wings and showed me what i needed to know.she was like a sweet older sister to me. We had kept in touch and there wasn’t a time she didnt say i love tou before we hung up. She has left a hole in my heart.i will miss her and always be glad she came in my life

Rachel Conner

Posted at 04:21pm
David and I have many good memories of Margie, so many of those in connection with our spiritual interest! She and her mother Came to our home along with others for Bible study groups for over 14 years . She was always lively and made you laugh!Margie loved her God Jehovah! And always talked about him and her faith to others ! Her spirituality mattered the most to her! She looked forward to Gods Kingdom restoring the earth to a paradise. She will be missed! We look forward to welcoming her back in the resurrection , when Jesus calls our loved ones from the grave!

Ed and April Rigsby

Posted at 04:28pm
Dear Brent, Tom, Michael and all of Margie's family,
We want to offer our heartfelt sympathies to you all. When we think of Margie it always brings a smile to our face. She was a wonderful example of a person with faith and determination to serve her God Jehovah in spite of the challenges she faced daily. She loved her family so much and it showed as she spoke of each one of you. It brings us great comfort to know she is in Jehovahs memory and he will remember her in the coming resurrection. We pray this hope brings you all comfort as well.
Sincerely, Ed and April Rigsby

Shandra Foster

Posted at 01:52pm
Dear Family,

We send our love and heartfelt condolences to all of you. Margie was such a bright spot in people’s lives. She was always fun to be around. I have many fond memories of her growing up. I shared a photo of one of the last times I physically got to see her and hug her. Jehovah now has her in his memory and will very soon wake her up to a better world, a time when there will be no sickness and death. We pray that you may be consoled in knowing how many people loved her. Sincerely, Shane and Shandra Foster

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