Margaret “Maggie” Murphy age 66 of Cleveland passed away Thursday, November 3, 2016 at her residence.
Maggie was the former wife of Oscar Carranza; beloved mother of Mathew; sister of Mary Ann Cassell and the late Patricia Larson and Thomas Murphy.
She was a former employee of West Side Community House, St. Augustine Towers and Emerald Village.
A memorial mass in her memory will be celebrated 10:00 am Monday, November 7, 2016 at St. Patrick Church, 3602 Bridge Ave. Cleveland, Ohio.
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Mathew and family, my heartfelt condolences to you on the death of your Mother. Her warmth and smile are a beautiful legacy to all she came in contact with. Sincerest sympathy.
Mathew, your mom was a wonderful person with a heart of pure gold. She was a unique spirit and will be missed deeply. With deepest sympathy.
All of us at Emerald Village loved your Mother. She was a fantastic activity director and a special lady. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
I knew Maggie from her work at Emerald Village. I did some volunteer work there and she was the spirit of the Village. She had wonderful activities for the residents and ALWAYS had a big smile on her face and great energy for her work. She never failed to greet you and make you feel welcome at Emerald Village. She was missed greatly when she went to the Towers!. God grant her eternal rest….I know He gets to enjoy her smile every day.
Mary Jane Carmody Traffis
My dear friend since 1st grade how I will miss you and the fun we have had all these years. Don, the girls and grand kids cherish you as a part of our family. Matthew we are here for you 100%. Love and hugs ….
I met your mom when she worked at the C-House. She was a fabulous example to me, as a young adult. Although not much older than I, she had a certain wisdom that was ageless. May comfort come to you in the midst of your grief.
Maggie Murphy, what a special gal. Life of the party, great laughter, so kind and thoughtful. A real gift to all of us who knew her.
Mary Smith Craven
One of my funniest friends. Truly the heart and soul of Emerald Village! She made my Aunt Mary’s day, EVERY DAY. My aunt couldn’t wait to see what Maggie had up her sleeve every morning! So sorry for your loss, Matt.
Mary Smith Craven
I am shocked to read that Maggy has past. I talked to her a few years ago at he Emerald Village. My wife and I were visiting Mr. Keane. We talked for about 30 minutes and she seemed very happy working at Emerald Village. Maggy said that you had moved back to North Olmsted. If you need someone to talk to you can give me a call.