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Officer Robert Murphy Death – Obituary | Dead – Passed Away

Robert Murphy Death – Dead: A great loss was made known to InsideEko. As friends and families of the deceased are mourning the passing of their loved and cherished Robert Murphy.

It is with a truly heavy heart that we announce the passing of Officer Robert Murphy.

Officer Murphy, at just 50 years of age, was a veteran of the Department with nearly 23 years of service at the House of Correction.

Like many other days, Officer Murphy rode his motorcycle to the House of Correction yesterday morning in advance of his shift, ready to begin his work day. Upon arrival, he reported a feeling of numbness in his legs and was experiencing extreme clamminess. Upon examination by one of our medical practitioners, emergency medical services were activated and Officer Murphy was transported to Boston Medical Center, where they immediately began surgery to repair the aortic valve in his heart. Unfortunately, doctors’ attempts to save him were unsuccessful and Officer Murphy was lost to us last night.

Officer Murphy was an active member within the Department, lending his time and talents to both the Suffolk County Sheriff’s Department Honor Guard and the Suffolk County Sheriff’s Department Motorcycle Unit. Many have described him as a “gentle giant” who was always ready with a kind word or conversation for all, and a warmth of spirit even greater than his imposing presence.

Officer Murphy is survived by his wife Kirsten and three children, Liam (18 years), Brendan (16 years) and Declan (12 years). On behalf of everyone in the Department, we send them our prayers and share our condolences.
Rest In Peace, Officer Murphy. You will be deeply, profoundly missed. #RestInPeace

 

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It is with a truly heavy heart that we announce the passing of Officer Robert Murphy. Officer Murphy, at just 50 years of age, was a veteran of the Department with nearly 23 years of service at the House of Correction. Like many other days, Officer Murphy rode his motorcycle to the House of Correction yesterday morning in advance of his shift, ready to begin his work day. Upon arrival, he reported a feeling of numbness in his legs and was experiencing extreme clamminess. Upon examination by one of our medical practitioners, emergency medical services were activated and Officer Murphy was transported to Boston Medical Center, where they immediately began surgery to repair the aortic valve in his heart. Unfortunately, doctors’ attempts to save him were unsuccessful and Officer Murphy was lost to us last night. Officer Murphy was an active member within the Department, lending his time and talents to both the Suffolk County Sheriff’s Department Honor Guard and the Suffolk County Sheriff’s Department Motorcycle Unit. Many have described him as a “gentle giant” who was always ready with a kind word or conversation for all, and a warmth of spirit even greater than his imposing presence. Officer Murphy is survived by his wife Kirsten and three children, Liam (18 years), Brendan (16 years) and Declan (12 years). On behalf of everyone in the Department, we send them our prayers and share our condolences. Rest In Peace, Officer Murphy. You will be deeply, profoundly missed. #RestInPeace

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Rest In Peace, Officer Murphy…..we Honor your Lifetime of Dedicated Service and we Pray for the comfort of your loved ones, Both Blood and Blue!
💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙

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From the Suffolk County Sheriff’s Dept:
It is with a truly heavy heart that we announce the passing of Officer Robert Murphy.
Officer Murphy, at just 50 years of age, was a veteran of the Department with nearly 23 years of service at the House of Correction.
Like many other days, Officer Murphy rode his motorcycle to the House of Correction yesterday morning in advance of his shift, ready to begin his work day. Upon arrival, he reported a feeling of numbness in his legs and was experiencing extreme clamminess. Upon examination by one of our medical practitioners, emergency medical services were activated and Officer Murphy was transported to Boston Medical Center, where they immediately began surgery to repair the aortic valve in his heart. Unfortunately, doctors’ attempts to save him were unsuccessful and Officer Murphy was lost to us last night.
Officer Murphy was an active member within the Department, lending his time and talents to both the Suffolk County Sheriff’s Department Honor Guard and the Suffolk County Sheriff’s Department Motorcycle Unit. Many have described him as a “gentle giant” who was always ready with a kind word or conversation for all, and a warmth of spirit even greater than his imposing presence.
Officer Murphy is survived by his wife Kirsten and three children, Liam (18 years), Brendan (16 years) and Declan (12 years). On behalf of everyone in the Department, we send them our prayers and share our condolences.
Rest In Peace, Officer Murphy. You will be deeply, profoundly missed.

The men and women of the BPPA are saddened to hear of the passing of Suffolk County Sheriff’s Department Officer Robert Murphy. We send our thoughts and prayers to his family, friends and colleagues.

Our heartfelt thoughts and prayers are with the families, both of blood and of Blue. We are so incredibly sorry for the loss of this True Blue. Our broken hearts hug all of yours. May Officer Robert Murphy rest with peace in Paradise.

Having heard about this great loss, the family of this individual is passing through pains, mourning the unexpected passing of their beloved.

This departure was confirmed through social media posts made by Twitter users who pour out tributes, and condolences to the family of the deceased.

We are still working on getting more details about the death, as a family statement on the death is yet to be released.

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