Johns, Murray

Johns, Murray George – (A Lions Melvin Jones Fellow) on 31st July 2022 peacefully surrounded by family at Lansdowne Court, Masterton aged 81 years.

Dearly loved husband of the late Bev.

Loved father and father-in-law of Honor and Douglas Clark, and Richard and Mel.

Loved Grandad Murray to Olivia, Archie, Rhiannon, and Rory; George, William, and Fern.

Loved brother of Beverley, Alison, and Stewart and loved by all his nieces and nephews.

Friends and family are invited to attend a celebration of Murrays life in The Village Chapel 4 – 6 High Street, Kuripuni, Masterton on Saturday 6th August at 11.00am.

6 Responses

  1. Hi didńt know Murray well but just over a year ago we bought 26 southridge from Murray. RIP Murray. Warm Regards to the family. John and Monique

  2. Murray was a valued neighbour in our Southridge Drive community.
    He was deeply comitted to his work with Lions here in Ohakune, spending the annual winters night in the Lions tent on Madi Gras.

  3. Vale Murray, a wonderful and considerate neighbour to us at Southridge Drive, Ohakune. And a phenomenal skier with whom we shared memorable runs on Mt Ruapehu. Even in his senior years, Murray’s energy seemed boundless. Sincere condolences to his family.

  4. We were really sad to hear the passing of Murray he was a lovely neighbour to us in South Ridge Drive we had many great conversations and he was always so generous with his time helping in the community with so many projects for the youth of Ohakune we missed Murray when he moved back to be closer to family please accept our condolences Glenda ,Colin Jones and Family

  5. So sorry to hear of Murray’s passing. A lovely neighbour in Southridge Drive. He was a valued member of the Ohakune community, which benefited greatly from all his voluntary work.
    Much love and condolences to his family. May you Rest In Peace, Murray. xx

  6. It is with sadness that we hear of Murray’s passing. Our thoughts are with the family during this difficult time. He was our neighbour in Southridge Drive and together with Bev, they made us very welcome when we arrived in Ohakune 15 years ago.
    But try as I might, I could never keep up with him on the ski field!
    Rest peacefully, Murray, may you find that magic run from a beautiful mountain top.
    Lots of love from Berta and Fidel Good, Heidi and Ed Louden and all the families.

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