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George Murphy

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George Murphy

George Murphy was born on August 12, 1942, in Hopkinsville, to Amples and Irene (Hale) Murphy, as the third child of eight children. He was a 1960 graduate of Crispus Attucks High School and was a Retired USN Commander and Retired Marketing Consultant. George has a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Systems from Daniel Webster College and an Executive Masters of Business Administration.
bridgton.com

George Murphy

BRIDGTON – George Murphy, 81, passed away on Saturday, April 23, 2022, at the Maine State Veterans Nursing Home in South Paris with is loving family by his side. He was born Nov. 6, 1940, in Cambridge, Mass., a son of the late Joseph F. and Ruth E. (Witham) Murphy. He graduated from Bridgton High School class of 1958, and joined the United States Navy. George met his future wife Theresa in 1963 on Hampton Beach, and they were married on June 5, 1965.
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Death on the Nile VFX supervisor George Murphy on VR, 240-feet boats and teaming up with Kenneth Branagh again

George Murphy is an award-winning visual effects artist whose art and effects work is behind some of your favourite movies. He’s worked on a string of widely acclaimed classics including adventure movie Jurassic Park, the sci-fi masterpiece Planet of the Apes and the fast-paced action flick Mission: Impossible. His VFX work on 1994 drama movie Forrest Gump was so impressive, he even won an Oscar for his efforts.
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Warren Times Observer

George Murphy

George Murphy, 94, of Pittsfield, passed away Thursday unexpectedly at his residence. A complete obituary will be announced through the Nelson Funeral Home & Cremation Services in Youngsville when avail-able.
Park Record

Walking 9 holes in Park City golf coach George Murphy’s shoes

Park City’s boys golf team was cruising past Murray during Thursday afternoon’s duel match at Park City Golf Club, yet Miners coach George Murphy was stressed. Not by his team, but by the groups waiting behind them. Instead of a shotgun start where every group would start on...