Remembering Brian Patrick Murphy

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Condolences go out to the Tom Champion family for the loss of his much- loved, much-missed brother-in-law Brian Patrick Murphy. Brian

Patrick, Esq., 50, suddenly of Cambridge, February 5, 2015. Beloved husband of Katherine (Champion). Devoted father of Molly K. and Joseph C. Murphy. Son of the late Joseph G., Esq. & Mary T. (Keaney) Murphy. Cherished brother of Mark F., Esq. & his wife Patricia (Jones) of Wellesley, Marybeth Pepin and her husband Stephen of Milton and the late Jerry Murphy. Nephew of Patrici…a A. Keaney of Milton, Francis M. Keaney of FL & Alice Thavis of MN. Devoted brother-in-law of Mary (Walsh) Murphy of Milton, and Thomas & Robyn Champion of Somerville. Also survived by his loving nephew, nieces, and cousins. Funeral Mass at Saint Paul’s Church, 29 Mount Auburn Street, Cambridge, Thursday 10:00 a.m. Relatives and friends kindly invited. Brian will lie in state in the Sullivan Chamber of the Cambridge City Hall, 795 Massachusetts Avenue, CAMBRIDGE, on Wednesday, February 11 from 3 to 7 p.m. (City Hall is handicapped accessible at the rear entrance). Graduate of the Roxbury Latin School, Harvard College, and the University of Chicago Law School. Late Cambridge City Councilor. Former Deputy Secretary of MA Department of Transportation. Late Assistant City Manager-Cambridge Community Development.
Please omit flowers. Donations may be made in Brian’s memory to the Murphy Children Educational Fund, c/o Wellesley Bank, 29 Washington Street, Wellesley, MA 02481

Brian Patrick Murphy was a graduate of the Roxbury Latin School, Harvard College, and the University of Chicago Law School. Late Cambridge City Councilor. Former Deputy Secretary of MA Department of Transportation. Late Assistant City Manager-Cambridge Community Development.

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