1. Mary Anne Cadman Huffman Mary Anne Cadman Huffman
    February 10, 2018    

    . I will always remember the big strong man that you were when I was a little girl. I would love coming to the farm every now and then with dad.
    RIP Uncle Frank. I know you will be missed by many..

  2. Anonymous Anonymous
    February 10, 2018    

    Always a pleasant- friendly person we’re sure he will be missed, Dave/Cindy McClelland

  3. Cindy Buchanan Cindy Buchanan
    February 10, 2018    

    You will be missed Uncle Frank. I remember coming to the farm to play with Pat. It was so much fun. You were a great friend to my Dad. You both enjoyed groundhog hunting together! Love and prayers to your family! Hugs to all of you!

  4. cousin, Pat cousin, Pat
    February 10, 2018    

    I was so saddened to read about Frank in todays paper. My sympathy goes out to you Lorraine and your children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. We all have very fond memories of Frank and he will be missed greatly. May God’s love help you at this time!

  5. Anonymous Anonymous
    February 11, 2018    

    To the Murphy family. My deepest sympathies. Bob Grisetti

  6. Nancy McClelland Little Nancy McClelland Little
    February 12, 2018    

    Frank & family, Deepest sympathy on the death of your father. You all are in my prayers.

  7. Anonymous Anonymous
    March 18, 2018    

    My first job was selling milk at Murphy’s Dairy back in the 1970s. I am so sorry to hear of your loss. I am sorry that I did not see this sooner. Both of my parents, John & Dolores Romanic, passed last year. I was home in January and found an old wire carrier and 8 glass milk bottles in the shed that I brought home with me to Maryland. I so loved my little job at Murphy’s. I stumbled into this announcement because I was searching online for vintage milk bottle caps to put on the bottles that I brought home with me. None of the bottles I found in Mom & Dad’s shed had the red script “Murphy’s Dairy” on them, so I don’t know where they are actually from. If anyone reads this and knows if anyone has 8 of those round cardboard milk caps from Murphy’s dairy–or even just 8 of the inserts, I would be happy to pay for 8 of them. Please do tell Martha that I think of her often and long for those simpler days. Martha was the one who supervised me, and in my head she still has beautiful long brown hair and smiling, sparkling eyes. I am grateful to all of you for the opportunity to have been taught to work hard and enjoy it! God Bless You, All. Susan Romanic 410-995-0435

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