Murphy Funeral Home Inc, Marked Tree, AR

Murphy Funeral Home Inc

FRISCO & MILLER
Marked Tree, AR 72365
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Murphy Funeral Home Inc - Marked Tree, AR Dennis Teague Obituary announcement - Posted by Dennis Simmons 2015-01-20 17:12:04 My deepest sympathy for your loss. You have lost a dear family member and I have lost a cherished childhood friend and classmate from the class of 72. Again I am sorry for your loss.


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