Leak Memory Chapel

945 Lincoln Road, Montgomery, AL


Murray Singleton von Redlich

August 5, 1965September 30, 2019

Mr. von Redlich, 54, passed away September 30, 2019 from natural causes. He was born on August 5, 1965 at Prattville General Hospital. He was a graduate of Prattville High School and attended Troy State University in Montgomery. He was a proud, veteran participant in Regional Wrestling Organizations as a Commissioner and Referee; he was also a long-time employee of O’Reilly Auto Parts in Montgomery.

He loved his family, wrestling, cars, and working with the Alabama Kidney Foundation. He received his first kidney transplant in 1981 and enjoyed stellar health until 2012 when he had to go back on dialysis – he received a 2nd transplant in September 2018. He was preceded in death by his father, Major Mark H. von Redlich. He is survived by his mother Martha von Redlich (Newbury, NH) brother Matthew von Redlich (wife Emily, Northport, AL) and brother Michael von Redlich (Manchester, NH).

A Memorial Service for Murray S von Redlich, of Montgomery, Alabama will be Sunday, October 20, 2019 at Crossroads Community Church – 150 Mt Hebron Rd, Elmore AL 36025 beginning at 2:00pm. Pastor Robert Mullins will be officiating. The family requests in lieu of flowers, donations be made to the Alabama Kidney Foundation


20 October

Memorial Service

2:00 pm

Crossroads Community Church

150 Mt Hebron Rd
Elmore, Alabama 36025


Murray Singleton von Redlich

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John Shirah

October 8, 2019

Murray, old pal, I sure hate to hear about this. We're gonna miss you, Murray. We traveled a bunch of roads and entertained a bunch of folks, and you were our brother all the way. Wrestling will never have another referee quite like you. Rest in peace, my friend.
Brothers in the Ring

Brian Bearden

October 5, 2019

Murray, my friend, I am truly at a loss for words. Had alot of great memories with you especially on Friday and Saturday nights at Mickey Henry's! You were a friend, a confident, and more than that...a brother in this business we call professional wrestling! My thoughts and prayers go out to your family. It was a honor knowing you and a much BIGGER honor sharing the ring with you!
Your friend,
Chace Dee aka Elwood Dee
1/2 of the Blues Brothers

The Sellers Family

October 2, 2019

We are so sad to hear of Murray’s passing. He was also so kind to our family. We pray for peace and comforting to all that knew him. God now has His arms around Murray and he shall suffer no more!