January 29, 2023
Hugh Murray Obituary, Former Member Eastern Ontario Umpire Association Has Died - Death

Hugh Murray Obituary, Former Member Eastern Ontario Umpire Association Has Died – Death

Hugh Murray Death, Obituary – We are writing to express our deepest condolences to you and the Murray family on the passing of Hugh Murray and to inform you of the news that we have received. The significance of the loss can be attested to by anyone who has ever had the honor of calling a game from behind this wonderful gentleman and first-class catcher, who will be greatly missed. Without a doubt, a very sophisticated and sophisticated gentleman. One of the most pleasurable partners to work with in terms of collaboration. A significant and devastating blow to the community of fastpitch players.

Hugh received a lot of satisfaction from his role as Grampy, and despite the fact that he was continuously “busy” with other things, he still managed to find time to do it. In addition, he is survived by his siblings, Raymond (Margaret), Gerald (Agnes), Elbert, Beth Langille, Joyce Brown, Glenn, Malcolm (Donna), and Ethel Slaunwhite; his brother-in-law, Allan Slaunwhite; and a large number of nieces and nephews. Raymond (Margaret) and Gerald (Agnes) Slaunwhite are his parents. Raymond (Margaret), Gerald (Agnes), Elbert, Beth Langille, Joyce Brown, Glenn, and Ethe are the children of Malcolm (Donna).

His sisters Anne and Ruth, as well as his brothers-in-law Robert “Bob” Hume, Andy Henderson, Billie Langille, and Bane Brown, passed away before he did. He was also the last surviving member of his immediate family. His two sisters were named Anne and Ruth. Following the cremation, which took place earlier today, there will be no opportunity for viewing.
Hugh, may you rest in peace; you will be deeply mourned, but you will in no way be forgotten.