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December 27, 2013

Jeanette Redfearn Murphy

THOMASVILLE — Services for Jeanette Redfearn Murphy, 78, of LaGrange, GA will be 4:00PM, Sunday, December 29, 2013 at Big Creek Baptist Church. Interment will be at Big Creek and Dr. Jeff Redfearn and Rev. Jack Redfearn, Jr. will officiate. Ms. Murphy passed away December 27, 2013 at West Georgia Hospice surrounded by her family. Born January 22, 1935, in Lake Worth, FL to the late Charlotte Flanagan and William Clayborne Redfearn, Sr. In 1953, she married Conrad Bruce Murphy. If one were to ask Ms. Murphy, she would say that her proudest accomplishment in life was her family. Survivors include daughters Marsha Murphy Himel of LaGrange, GA, Bonnie Murphy and husband Jay of Coolidge, Ga; son Steven Samuel Murphy of Thomasville; grandchildren Jennifer Wallace and husband Kendal of LaGrange, GA, Garret Hortman and Gabrielle Hortman both of Coolidge, Amy Youngs and husband Todd of St. Petersburg, FL, Joshua Murphy of Tampa, Morgan Murphy of Dublin, and Lauren Lesseter of Thomasville; great grandchildren Rex Wallace, Reece Wallace, Madison Brinson, Kaylee Brinson, Allie Youngs ; brothers Lamont Jefferson Redfearn and wife Margie of Pavo. She was preceded in death by son Conrad Bruce Murphy, Jr.; daughter Candace Murphy Stewart; brothers William Clayborne Redfearn, Jr. and Jack Milton Redfearn, Sr. The family will receive friends on Saturday December 28, 2013 from 6:00PM – 8:00PM at the funeral home. Guest may sign the online register at www.allenfh.com. — Allen & Allen Funeral Home

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