As Lisa would say “Hello Darlings”
Lisa Morgan-Murphy was 53 years when she passed away peacefully at her home on April 29, 2020 surrounded by her loved ones. Lisa was diagnosed with stage 4 Esophageal cancer in December and was undergoing treatment at the time of her passing. She was born in Somerville, Massachusetts on May 19, 1966 and was the daughter of the late Arthur Morgan and Barbara Couto Morgan. She spent her childhood in Billerica, Massachusetts and was a hellion with a heart of gold. She had a care-free attitude and a wild soul who left this earth to soon.
She is survived by her husband Bob Murphy and her children Chantonia Morgan and Janiel Murphy as well as her first grand-child Stevie Lee Woodman of Nashua, NH. Her brothers Jimmie Morgan and his family of Hudson, NH. Timmie Morgan, his family of Merrimack, NH. She had many beloved nieces, nephews and cousins and a great foster mother to three children who will miss her terribly. She was the “glue” who held her loved ones together. She was a woman full of light, love, spunk and laughter. If she were not laughing by something you were doing, she would be making you laugh. She believed Laughter cured all wounds before stating she would have the mafia pay those who harmed her loved ones a visit.
In her spare time, she loved long drives with no destinations with her husband and children, antiquing with her daughter once a week or finding a reason to shop was her motto. She loved watching her granddaughter grow each day with curiosity and love. She will be missed deeply by those who mattered most to her heart. She had the most spunk and spirt of anyone who had a chance to meet her. She gave the same respect to the CEO as she would the janitor. She was a rare soul, taken to soon.
From all your loved ones Lisa, We Love You Oodles Queen!
In lieu of flowers, please send all donations to the Humane Society of Greater Nashua located at 24 Ferry Road Nashua, NH 03064. Burial will take place in Edgewood Cemetery in Nashua on Saturday May 9, 2020 at 10:30 AM..
A celebration for Lisa’s life will follow when the Coronavirus Pandemic is over. Details will be provided at a later time.
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