Randy Dale Murr, 77 of Mountville passed away at Hospice of Mount Joy on Friday, September 11, 2020. He was the husband of Deborah (Matson) Murr. They were together for 39 years.
Born August 11, 1943 in Lancaster. He was the son of the
late Joseph and Evelyn (Burkholder) Murr. He was preceded in death by a sister Jolyn Oberholtzer. Who lived in Arizona with her husband Obie and raised two beautiful children.
Randy was a devoted fan of Penn State Football. He also received his Electrical Engineer degree from Penn State. He worked for Fincor Electronics for 43 years before retirement. Randy loved playing his piano, doing woodworking, building clocks and working with stain glass. He loved photography and he became a great baker, especially making his homemade breads. Randy was the kind of man when he started a project he made sure he finished it till the end.
In addition to his wife, he is survived by a stepson Bryan Matson, He also has two other children, Carol Ann and Joe Murr. He will be deeply missed by his Boston Terrier, Ripley who he spoiled every chance he could, and the people who loved him and knew him. Following cremation, there will be no services, by his request.
Deb, so sorry to read this. I didn’t know he passed. You came up in one of my memories and I looked. Hugs , you are in my prayers
Deb, so sorry about Randy. I wish I had known him better but he was a great husband to you and that is what matters. Love you and here if you need anything ❤️
So sorry to see of Randy’s passing. May he RIP. Great times when you two came to visit me at the Villa Nova when i was tending bar or making you pizza or whatever you wanted. We had some great laughs in that bar. Whether i was working or just enjoying some beverages with the both of you. You and Deb were one of my favorite customers.
So sorry. As a neighbor, I have fond memories of our high school years in Wheatland Hills. Many good times spent at the Murrs.
So sorry to hear of Randy’s passing. Really cool guy. We had many good times together and basically grew together up at Fincor. Rest in peace Randy.
I am very sorry to see about Randy’s obituary in this mornings paper. Randy and I spent many memorable days working in engineering at Fincor as I sat right next to him for a lot of years ( about 15) in Engineering. He and I compared notes on just about everything that would come up.
Randy was a good friend and co-worker
I am so sorry about Randy. He was a wonderful man and I loved our conversations when you brought the girls into West Lancaster.
You were always so happy together and Randy always wore a smile. You loved and cared for each other. That was so evident when you were together.
I know how much he will be missed by you and all he knew.
My best friend for over 50 years ,he will be missed.