January 2, 1957 - January 19, 2015
Brian G. Murphy, 58, of Fort Thomas, KY passed away on Monday, January 19, 2015 at his home. He was an Internal Auditing Manager with the Northern KentuckyAmazon Complex in Hebron, KY. Brian loved politics and his country. He was an active volunteer with numerous political campaigns. Brian was an avid animal lover, loved music, an exceptional friend to many, and a wonderfully devoted Father to his daughter Madison. He was preceded in death by his Parents: Luke and Phyllis Murphy. Brian is survived by his Daughter: Madison Murphy of Union, KY; Brothers: Kevin Murphy and Keith Murphy and Girlfriend: Jean Clark. Visitation will be on Saturday, January 24, 2015 from 10:00 AM until the Memorial Service at 10:30 AM at Connley Brothers Funeral Home in Latonia, KY. Memorials are suggested to www.woundedwarriorproject.org. Online Condolences may be expressed at www.connleybrothersfuneralhome.com
To Brian’s family: I just heard of Brian’s passing at our 40th HS reunion. I was Brian and Dennis Sollin’s good friend in HS and after. Brian and Dennis visited me when I was in college at Ohio State. He was a great guy with a huge heart. I am so upset at his passing and was hoping to reunite with him. I am very grateful to have known him and will never forget him.
So very sorry to hear of your loss. I enjoyed having Brian as a neighbor in Newport. He always had something funny to say, and he had great stories to share.
Brian was such a great person. He was one of a kind. He was a wonderful friend. I am going to miss him terribly! I am so sorry for your loss. I love you and miss you Murph! Thoughts and prayers for you all.
Anyone who has known Brian has a pocket full of wonderful memories. Brian, you will be missed.
With much pain and sadness I offer my condolences to the family of my best friend. He always repeated to me what his grandmother had told him, “when you reach the end of your life, if you can use an entire hand to count true friends, you have lived a blessed life”. Though I am short of that number, he believed he had obtained his and he let me know I had at least one. Words cannot describe how much he has taught me and changed my life. I’d like to thank God for the short time he gave me with Murph. I am so proud to have been considered a good friend. I love you buddy.
Sorry I forgot your small fries the last time I bought lunch.
My deepest and sincere condolences to Madison, Jean, Kevin and Keith. I was fortunate to have Brian as one of my closest friends. He was the kindest and most generous person a friend could have. The memories I have of you will last a lifetime. Rest in peace and I will never forget you my friend.
To Brian Murphy I am very sorry for your loss Brian was one of a kind man he had a big heart. When I went though alot Murphy would call me asked if I was okay. He was my best friend who I love with all my heart. He love his family with all his heart soul,gentleman, a good friend. But most of all he was a older brother to me. May GOD Bless him and his family. May you rest in peace. I LOVE YOU MURPHY! !!!!!
Murphy what can I say….to your family am sorry for your loss am praying for your y’all guys…Murphy thanks for being a great friend to me and thanks for fighting to get my job…..I never forget you cause ever time I saw you it was with a smile on your face…you will be miss so much….may you rest in peace now don’t work so hard in heaven lol
Brian Murphy was one of a kind. I am very blessed to call him my best friend. I knew that if I ever needed anything I could call on him and he would be right there. He had one of the biggest hearts and the greatest personality. I am so sorry for your loss. He will greatly missed by everyone.
Madison, Your father was one of my all time favorite people. He will never be forgotten. He loves you more than anything in the world and always told me how you were doing before he said anything else and he always had something else to say. He will be missed. If you ever need anything, look me up. Love you. Claude
Dear Kevin, Keith, Madison, and Jean. Just wanted to add to the above post. You are all in my prayers. I wish I could find the words to make your sorrow more bearable. But I can’t. Know this, all who came to know him will never forget him. May God bless you all. I am so sorry.
Dear Kevin, Keith, and Madison. I am so sorry to hear about Brian. He was one of my oldest friends. I will hold all of our memories close to my heart. When I think of him, I can’t help but see that great smile, and his blazing blue eyes. It is with pride and love to say he was my friend. Miss you Murph.
Madison, Jean, Kevin and Keith, I am so sorry for your loss, and to hear of Brian’s passing. I go back 53 years to first grade at Blessed Sacrament school in Valley Stream, and I was hoping to see Brian at our Central HS 40th reunion this year. Brian and I shared lots of great times, and I will sorely miss him, he was one of the best, and always had a great heart. Please know, you will be in my prayers as you morn his passing.
It is with a heavy heart that I offer condolences to the Murphy family. Brian was a brilliant, generous, and thoughtful man who I had the pleasure of working with for over six years. His passion for politics, as well as his love of his family, will forever be an inspiration to me. Peace and love be with you all as you cope with this trying time.
My sincere condolences. I knew Brian way back when he lived in Valley Stream, NY where I met him through my cousins who lived there also. “Murph” was one of the funniest, wittiest guys I knew. Even at that age, he was a gentleman. He and one of my cousins were driving through New Jersey when the car broke down. I received a phone call and I drove out to help them. It was on I-80. None of us had any money for a tow. Brian came up with what I thought was genius. One of us would drive my car and the other two would sit on my hood. I pulled up closer and closer to the disabled car until they could put their feet on back of the car. I then drove very slowly as they held their legs out straight and we managed to push that car all the way to the end of an exit ramp and into a safe place. The New Jersey Trooper who arrived seconds later was not amused. I have a headful of memories involving Murph. Each and every one those memories is good and they still make me smile. Rest in Peace Murph.
Palm Coast, Florida
I will always have a special place in my heart for Brian. He was like a big brother to me for a long time. Love and miss you. Sleep in peace.
at a time like this words won’t ease the pain deep in your hearts but I hope these words will in someway comfort you in knowing how much “Murph” was cared for at work and among his friends. Brian and I had several “debates” concerning our differences in political beliefs but yet he was respectful enough to listen and understand I wasn’t trying to change his party affiliation. The short time I worked with Murph I have to say honestly it was a pleasure to have known such a passionate and caring Man. He will definitely be missed by his work family as well as his own family may God open his blessings to all family members to comfort them in this time of sorrow
Rest In Peace with God
It saddens my heart to know I will never talk with my ol friend again. I love you buddy. Madison,Jean, Kevin and Keith I am so sorry for the pain you all have to go through. Brian was one of kind he always had a beautiful soul. He will be forever missed. My love goes out to all of you. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. God bless you and keep you always. Toniann Florimonte-Johnson
We were so sad to hear of Brian’s passing. We remember many happy times with him when we were neighbors in Park Hills. Our sincere and deep sympathy to all the family.
The pain that accompanies Sadness and sorrow will subside in time But memories and love will last forever.
Rest in peace Brian.