Timothy Edward Murtaugh
October 12, 1952 – February 6, 2020
Timothy Edward Murtaugh was born on October 12, 1952 and passed away on February 6, 2020.
- Visitation Thursday, February 13, 2020
- Prayer Service Friday, February 14, 2020
- Mass Of Christian Burial Friday, February 14, 2020
- Interment Friday, February 14, 2020
Timothy Edward Murtaugh
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Judy Wright Phelan
February 11, 2020
I attended St Albert the Great School with Timothy. I remember him as a very intelligent classmate who would answer the nuns and teachers with great insight. May he rest in Peace
February 10, 2020
I'm at lost for words. My sincere condolences to the family of Timothy. May God keep, hold you and strengthen you at this time of need. Heaven has gained another Angel. I've known Tim since the year 2011. I was at Jewels food store one wintry day many years ago. I had been waiting outside with my groceries in a shopping cart for a cab that never came. It was a blistery cold and snowing. My cell phone went dead. I didnt know what else to do. I had no coins to call for help so as I started going back inside of jewels food store a man pulled up to me in looked to be gold tan or brown car I forgot all this time since he has been driving a green small truck like car. He asked me if I needed a ride. I said yes. He asked where do I live and i told him. I was skeptical at first but he looked very harmless and sweet and I had no other options so I took a chance on his offer. He not only drove me home he helped me with my groceries inside. From that day on we became very great friends. He has given me rides to my church including 2 weeks ago and this picture that I'm including is that of 3 weeks ago he gave me a ride to my daughter's house. We shared great times together I would cook and call tim over to have dinner with me. He would tell me wonderful endless stories about the tornado storm in oaklawn illinois back in the 60s. Also great war stories and we talked about our political views on things happening in today times. He shared so many fund memories of his mother and dad and the house he grew up in which he still had lived in to this day. Tim enjoyed having breakfast with his sisters. I would ask him to come over for breakfast or to go to the museum with me but he had plans for that morning already. He was a true man of his word and giving and easy going so intelligent with a GREAT since of humor!!! He was a very peaceful man. He told me how to invest my money. I'm going to miss Tim very much. Thank you and I Love you Dearly Tim!