Eddy Mac Murray, the son of Doyle and Marjory Nell (McElroy) Murray, was born October 11, 1953 at Siloam Springs, Arkansas.
He was the pride and joy of not only his parents, but also his three big sisters. Eddy was spoiled from the beginning, if one of his sisters would not do what he wanted, one or both of the other two would do it for him.
Knowing Eddy, as we all do, one is not surprised that he has always been a jokester, has always been mischievous, and always found humor in every situation. He had an infectious laugh and a smile that will forever be In our hearts and memories.
After attending Westville schools for 11 years, Eddy realized what he knew from the first day he attended school "I hate school* and he went to work with his dad on the farm.
He had many names, Dad, Son, baby brother, Ed, Edgar, Eddy, and a family nickname, Puggy, which he hated, and friend. Eddy had a big heart and went out of his way to help his friends and family in any way he could.
Eddy was dedicated to his dad and mom in taking care of the farm. He owned and operated a dairy farm for many years. After selling his farm, he spent most of his time hauling cattle.
Eddy loved his family. He Is survived by three daughters: Amanda Murray, Ashley Murray Clinton and husband Gary, and Maegan Murray. One son, Richard Murray and fiancé. Sherry Davis. Three sisters: Jo Tillery, Marian Williams and husband Bobby, and Margie Snyder and husband Dale. Twelve grandchildren: Kalyn Murray, Wyatt Murray, Ty Murray, Lane Murray, Hayden Murray, Mason Brown, Coy Murray, Colton Murray, Chanse and Eli Clinton, Mac Murray, and Riggs Garman. Five nieces and nephews. Twelve great nieces and nephews, several cousins, and many friends.
Eddy left this earth December 17,2019 in Omaha, Nebraska.
A special thank you to Dean Webb and Sissy for the many years of helping him with the trucking business and for taking care of him in Nebraska, and to Rhonda Kindle for being his companion and trucking buddy. Our gratitude and love to Tom and Beverly Murray for always supporting and helping in so many ways. To his friends, thank you for taking the time to honor his memory.
In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation to St. Jude Children's Hospital.