Memorial Page Established By-Daniel A. Ortiz
In Honor Of Staff Sgt. Michael Murphrey
Afghanistan - Sept. 6th 2009

From your friends in Abilene TX, Thank You and may you rest in the hands of the Lord

May 18, 2010
Wendy Murphrey Stehouwer
Sgt Anderson will you please contact me, I am Michael's sister. My email is

TO ALL THOSE who have sent message's thanking my brother for what he and so many
other soldiers have done for our country THANK YOU for prayers and cont'd  support to our
family. Please keep all the soldiers on the line and the one's who are base along with their
families in your prayers. Also anytime you see a soldier THANK him or her, they really like
knowing we American's do care for them.

May 17, 2010
Sgt. William Anderson
In Honor Of Staff Sergeant Michael Murphrey
To Murph's family, I send my sincere condolences.  You have lost a husband and father;
while I have lost one of my best soldiers.  I had the pleasure of watching him grow since his
arrival from Ft. Benning into the leader I always knew he could be.  I served two Iraq tours
with Murph and there is no one that I trusted more under adverse conditions then him.  He
will truly be missed.

April 30, 2010
Theea Townsend
I didn't know Michael, but I know his family, and at his funeral I felt just like I knew him, and I
still think of him time to time, I appreciate everything he and all of the other soldiers did and
are doing. I know Michael is loved and missed very much.

January 06, 2010
Becky Loveall
In Honor Of Staff Sgt. Michael C. Murphrey
Mike will never be forgotten, he is a TRUE HERO! I love his family very much and I pray that
God will give them peace! One day I will get to thank him for his Sacrifice he made for all of
us!! You are dearly missed!

Sept 18, 2009
Aaron Phillips
Rest in Peace Brother. I appreciate everything you and the rest of the men and women in the
armed forces do. Take care I'll be USN soon be right there fighting for you.
Staff Sgt. Michael C. Murphrey
United States Army
KIA 06 September 2009, Afghanistan
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25, of Snyder, Texas; assigned to the 1st Battalion, 501st Parachute Infantry Regiment, 4th
Brigade Combat Team (Airborne), 25th Infantry Division, Fort Richardson, Alaska; died Sept. 6
in Paktika province, Afghanistan, of wounds suffered when enemy forces attacked his unit
with an improvised explosive device.
Staff Sgt Michael Murphrey