To the Pegram and Kingston Springs Community:
My family and I would like give a heartfelt THANK YOU to all of the wonderful friends and neighbors in the Pegram and Kingston Springs Communities during Eldridge “George” Murphy’s illness and death. There are so many things that you have done for us, we cannot thank you enough. Keeping us in your thoughts and prayers and on the prayer lists. Phone calls, cards, visits, flowers and many encouraging words. The wonderful home cooked meals and fruit baskets brought to our house and the many offers to help us in any way. All these things we are so appreciative of and most grateful for. Everything you all have done has been such a big help to our family while we were in and out of the hospital numerous times and hospice, and as I was still trying to work during all of this. The home cooked meals were so delicious! Some of you who brought us meals we knew, and others we didn’t even know, but you were so kind to lend a helping hand. Pegram and Kingston Springs is blessed to have such wonderful people that bond together to help others in time of need. We would also like to thank the Pegram and Kingston Springs Volunteer Fire Departments for all their kindness, support and remembrance of Chief George. He thought a lot of these 2 Fire Departments and enjoyed serving his community in past days.
Also thank you to each of you who have donated to the Harpeth High School Band of Blue in memory of George Murphy. He also thought a lot of the Band program as we have been involved in this wonderful program for the kids the past 10 years, as all 3 of our children have been a part of this program.
Thanks again our dear friends and neighbors of Pegram and Kingston Springs.
All your thoughtfulness and kindness has meant so much to me and my family and we are forever grateful to each and everyone of you during one of the most difficult times in our life.
Kim Murphy and Family