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William Morgan Murray Sr.

August 24, 1945November 8, 2020
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Mr. William Morgan Murray Sr. 75, of Fayetteville, NC passed away on November 8, 2020. He is survived by his daughter, Rebecca Unser and his son, William Morgan Murray III. A committal service at Sandhills State Veterans Cemetery, Spring Lake, NC and "Celebration of Life" event will be scheduled at a later date.

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Rebecca Unser

November 24, 2020

Thank you - Phyllis, Judee, Kenny, Jay, and Melissa for your kind words and continued post. I'm looking forward to seeing everyone at the committal service and celebration of life dinner. Safe travels, stay well, and enjoy the holidays with family and friends. Rebecca

Melissa Jones

November 24, 2020

My Uncle Bill looking sharp on my Wedding Day in 1992. Thank you for always being there for me. You will always be in my heart. ❤️ Love you, Melissa

Jay Dowdy

November 19, 2020


Uncle Bill was a true country gentleman. He always had a smile on his face and a story to tell you. It was never a fast trip to see uncle Bill if you came to see him he always gave you some to drink something to eat and you end up spending at least an hour longer than you thought you would. He treated everyone like family.

I’ll never forget when he was selling his home on ODOM Road I will go by in the morning on Saturday and he would always have a big breakfast feast. He had more food on the breakfast countertop then Shoney’s big boy restaurant Buffett.

He was a very very smart man and knew how to get things done in the military and in the civilian world. When others saw a roadblock uncle Bill always saw a door to get in and get it done. I’m going to miss him he was an amazing friend father brother uncle and they don’t make many men like him any longer

He loved his children and was always bragging about their accomplishments to me whenever we spoke.

Love you uncle Bill I’ll see you in heaven

Jay

Kenny Shearin

November 16, 2020

Rest easy Uncle Bill! I’ll always smile and laugh as you never knew what time in the night you and Uncle Johnny would show up...even to my barracks in Germany! Share that laugh and smile in Heaven! Love you! 🙏❤️

Rebecca Unser

November 16, 2020

Where his love of helicopters began - USAF (1964 - 1968) Vietnam.

Judee Brandt

November 16, 2020

Our thoughts and prayers are with you, Becca, and your family. I may have only met your dad once in person, but I know he greatly impacted your life and shaped you to be the way you are now. Hugs!

Rebecca Unser

November 16, 2020

Dad - the farm in Halifax, NC.

Rebecca Unser

November 16, 2020

Donna Murray

November 15, 2020

Rest in Peace Bill ...Kid Sister Donna

Rebecca Unser

November 15, 2020

This picture brings back so many memories - totally forgot about the camcorder and suspenders, but no one would forget his plaid shirts w/ front pockets for pens and smokes. Priceless!

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