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Trista Moore (Larson)

David Leo Murphy

Join us in celebrating the life of David Leo Murphy. Contribute to this lasting memorial by sharing stories, memories, photos, and videos. His Celebration of Life will take place on August 1st at Hidden Greens Golf Course, with a potential Twins game that weekend as well. Share this memorial with family and friends.

Murphy, David Leo was born April 13, 1938, in Rochester, MN, and passed away June 10, 2019, at home in Edina, MN, in the arms of his wife and surrounded by his family. Preceded in death by his parents Leo and Jeanette Murphy. Survived by his loving wife of 52 years Vicky Murphy; siblings Janie (George) Suter, Billy Murphy and Donna Murphy Suk; children Coley (Courtenay) Murphy, Tonja (Daren) Larson and Damon (Martha) Murphy;...  see more
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  • Clare Murphy
    Ever since I was small, Grandpa had been sharing his knowledge of the world with me. And I, curious as I am, was interested. It started with words. A word I didn’t know would pop up in conversation, and after explaining it to me, would say, “Put that...  more
  • Trista Moore (Larson)
    Grandpa was always the poker dealer for our final round of “the penny game” (rummy). We had so much fun listing all the nicknames for each card as he dealt them. Of course, he always did it with character and style ;)
  • Mariah Larson
    My grandpa Murphy was the absolute best at telling stories. I could never tell if he was telling a true story or making it up! Every spring break, grandma and grandpa would take my sisters, my cousins, and I on vacations. Many of them were road trips,...  more
  • Vicky Murphy
    I lost David on June 10 and Billy on June 19. I was reflecting on all the fun times we had together. We were very close as we lived together off and on. One summer we were in Wabasha staying at the Anderson House in the second floor. It was not long...  more