In Memory

Sally Murray (Neighbors)

Sally Murray (Neighbors)

Thanks to the diligencent efforts of Ralph, we have the following information about our classmate, Sally:

Sally Leahy Murray (Neighbors) July 20th, 1944-August 14th, 2006 Sally attended Marquette High School in Tulsa, OK during her freshman and sophomore years before moving to Richardson for her junior and senior years. Following high school, she attended Tulsa University for one year. In 1963 she married Fred Neighbors, and they moved to Minneapolis, MN where she graduated from college. Sally worked in the insurance industry as an underwriter for over thirty years in Iowa and Alabama. After retirement she opened a gift shop, Sally's Alley in Montgomery, AL In 2005 she was diagnosed with colon cancer, and she passed away in 2006 due to complications following surgery. She was survived by her husband; two daughters, Maureen and Margret Erin; and, five grandchildren. Sally was buried in Montgomery, AL This information was furnished by Fred Neighbors and through public records.

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02/26/17 04:17 PM #1    

Judy Braby (Kurtz)

I am so sorry to read this.  I remember her from the slumber parties we girls had our senior year.  

02/26/17 08:20 PM #2    

Nancy Tooley (Young)

I'm sorry to hear of Sally's passing.  RiP, Sally.

02/27/17 01:18 PM #3    

John Buchanan

I am sad to admit that I don't remember or recognize Sally at all.  I truly hope that several of our classmates who do remember her will post some personal comments on her In Memory page.

02/27/17 03:07 PM #4    

Carolyn Galloway (Pace)

Sally and I were good friends during those last 2 years of high school.  I had a crush on one of her brothers (who didn't know I was alive, I am sure!)  I could walk to her house, though my mother insisted on seeing me across what I remember as Arapaho Road.  I believe Sally and I TP'd someone's house after dark one night.  My parents and brother left Lake HIghlands before my last year at RHS, so I moved in with Dorothy Spitzfaden and her mother for that year.  Seems like yesterday!  



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