5100 Interstate 30 (at US-69), Greenville, TX75402

Larry Kendall Murphy
March 18, 1963 - May 24, 2023

  • Larry Kendall Murphy
  • Larry Kendall Murphy

Larry Kendall Murphy

Family and friends
5100 Interstate 30
Greenville, TX  75402
Saturday, June 10, 2023
2:00 PM
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Larry ''Kendall'' Murphy, 60, of Merit, went home to be with the Lord on May 24, 2023. The celebration of life service will be held at 2:00 P.M., on Saturday, June 10, 2023, at Coker-Mathews Funeral Home Chapel in Greenville, Texas with Brother James Seigler officiating.
Kendall was born March 18, 1963, in Greenville, Texas, to Larry Murphy and Brenda Lytle. Kendall was a graduate of Greenville High School. He married the love of his life, Lisa Isham, on April 20, 1981, in Savoy, Texas. He will be remembered for the wealth of wisdom that he shared with his kids and grandkids and his passion for hunting, fishing and trapping. He loved the Lord, family, friends, hunting buddies and country music; especially George Strait and Steve Wariner. He was a Lifetime member of the Texas Trappers & Fur Hunters Association, National Trappers Association, a proud member of the Sportsmen's Alliance and the National Rifle Association. He worked for L-3 Communications in Greenville, Texas for 35 years.
Kendall was preceded in death by his parents.
He is survived by his wife, Lisa Murphy of Merit; son, Kenny Murphy and wife, Hilary; daughter, Christa Poindexter and husband, Andrew; step-father, Thomas Thornton; brothers, David Murphy and Christie, and Chris Murphy; step-brother, Jim Thornton; grandchildren, Austin Kendall Murphy, Trey Poindexter, Ty Kendall Poindexter, Tripp Poindexter, and Atlas Murphy; father-in-law, Jessie Isham; sister-in-law, Rita Blakemore and husband, Larry; aunt, Tammy Wade and husband, Donnie; along with numerous nieces and nephews.

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  1. Ryan Gornto
    I had the privilege of hunting alongside Kendall for many years. I always greatly enjoyed his company and conversation. He was a genuine man who was passionate about the outdoors. He cared deeply for his family and his friends and had an incredible way of staying positive in any circumstance. He was a man of God and his faith was evident. I smile thinking about the conversation around a fire in an old camp somewhere right now with his dad and my uncle. Iā€™m sure the stories are plentiful and the joy far surpasses anything we have experienced on earth. Until we meet again my old friend, save a seat for me.
  2. Alfie king
    Kendall was one of a kind man . Always kind , thankful , thoughtful , of people around him. Always making things better for all that knew him , loved his stories at deer camp : always brought enough food for all at camp . Working on making things better. We all will miss him dearly at deer camp. Good heavenly hunting ol buddy ā¤ļøšŸ¦ŒšŸ¦ŒšŸ¦ŒšŸ¦Œ
  3. Vicke McDonald
    My heart hurts for you and your family
    Prayers for family
  4. Gerald Weatherall
    Praying for family doing your lost, we should see him later.
    Bishop Gerald Weatherall Sr.
    Class of 81
  5. Alfie king
    Kenndall was one of a kind , his passion for the outdoors was something awesome to be apart of. He was a hunter , trapper , & a man of the woods. Saw him take a stool , go sit by a tree & no long big buck down again, he just knew where to go. Also he always brought enough food to feed us all on lots of hunts. Always working on the cabin , feeders , stands. He was the kind of person u wanted to hunt with. Now one thing about him that kept us awake at night was laughing at his stories & that snoring from Godzilla, but it was a blast having him around. A true friend lost to soon. Good heaven hunting ol buddy. See u again one day
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