In Memory

Robert "Ron" Murphy

Robert Ron Murphy

February 11, 1952 - September 30, 2013   Robert was born in San Mateo, California and passed away in Hillsborough, California at the age of 61. Robert is survived by his wife, Monica Murphy.
Robert was the owner of a media company for over 25 years. He will be missed by his friends and family.

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07/15/14 01:00 PM #1    

Donald Narin

Great guy

Wishing him great peace on his journey.


07/15/14 08:01 PM #2    

Steve Cohn

I am shocked. Rob was so funny and one of my closest high school pals. We'd double date to the drive-in, trade cars, and get high far too often. It didn't affect affect affect us mmmmmmuch I think. He was a good bro to me and kept up with me through college and up to the late 80's, Then we both just got busy and preoccupied.  I was with Gary Sayed and Paul Fredianni at Rob's wedding to Monica. Beautiful and elegant.

Rob was truly the sleeper in careers. He was very soft spoken; just one of the guys hanging out around the morning lockers before we went off to home room. Easy going and not judging anyone. He was the most financially successful of any of our class,(sorry Grant Rosenberg!) I visited Rob in Burbank and Hillsborough a few times, and I made an effort to reconnect periodically, but he didn't respond. I guess we were in different worlds, you know, Venus and Mars...Still I will always associate high school with Rob and all our early growing up and leaving home times. I will miss Rob. I regret not knowing of his passing sooner, to offer condolences to his parents and family and to be there. Rest in Peace, bro.

07/16/14 06:57 AM #3    

Paul Frediani

It's a real shocker hearing of Roberts passing. A handsome good guy, intelligent and soft spoken. I loss track of Robert after high school until I bummed into him at Merv Griffins office in L.A. What a surprise, he produced the ads that appeared on Merv's show. I always knew Rob as a healthy and fit guy which makes his passing even more surprising. I hope he's golfing in the big course in the sky. Paul

07/16/14 10:37 AM #4    

Gary Sayed


We'll miss you. MIss driving around in your lime green Firebird, the plateau, the lower field, and all the rest. Good times.Good memories. High school waa crazy fun for us.

Make the angels smile. 

07/16/14 09:13 PM #5    

Kenneth Golden

He was my best friend in High School. Been trying to reach him the last couple of years and sorry I didn't. Rest in peace buddy.


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