Connor Michael Murphy |

Connor Michael Murphy

“Jockin’ on it since ’95” Some were waiting there, the rest of us will arrive. Sorely missed by All he knew, Especially Family and Close Crew. His powerful energy, his Caring, his smile, his talent, his heart and one-of-a-kind style. He mobbed onto the next, as this great journey ends, leaving so many family and friends. We love him more than words can say, and think he “must of forgot to turn his swagger off and woke up covered in ladies that day.” A life too short, it’s just not fair. Please come with experiences with us to share.

The Celebration of Connor Michael Murphy’s Life will be held Nov. 16, 2013, at 12 p.m. at 1733 Railroad Avenue (Formerly Fred’s Hardware) in Rifle. Donations will be Accepted and Appreciated with all our little hearts …

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