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Deidre Jean Murphey


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Deidre Jean
Murphey, of Mesa, Arizona, passed away in her family home on December 16th
2019 at the age of 52.

Deidre was
born to Jerry and Beverly Hagemeier in Vincennes, Indiana on July 14th
1967. When she was a child her family relocated to Moorcroft, Wyoming where she
grew up. Deidre met her husband and they married while in High School. After
graduating High School and having their son in Wyoming, the family moved to
Mesa, Arizona where soon after they had their daughter. Deidre began her long
standing career as Office Administration and Managing in the Aerospace Industry
when her children were young. While working full time she also made time to
study and get her Real Estate License.

Deidre was a
kind hearted woman that was there to support everyone around her. She was a
spit fire woman who always told you how she felt whether you wanted to hear it
or not. She knew how to make everyone around her have fun and enjoy themselves,
even in tough times. Becoming a wife and mother young, she proved to everyone
that she could do anything she put her mind to by moving and starting fresh in
a new place. Deidre and her husband built a strong family home and life. She
taught so much to all about how to love hard, hold your head up high, to be
strong and proud. She was an amazing wife, mother and the best grandma.

Her
grandparents Herb & Bonnie Hagemeier, Opal Mundy, Geneva & Al Overall,
and her Uncle Harold Hagemeier preceded Deidre in death. Deidre is survived by
her husband, Richard Murphey, their two children, Derrik Murphey and Ashley
Cartwright, her parents, Jerry and Beverly (Mundy) Hagemeier, sister Dana
(Steve) Blakeman and two grandchildren, Alexander and Isabella, as well as many
nieces, nephews, cousins, uncles and aunts.

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Deidre Jean Murphey


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Deidre Jean
Murphey, of Mesa, Arizona, passed away in her family home on December 16th
2019 at the age of 52.

Deidre was
born to Jerry and Beverly Hagemeier in Vincennes, Indiana on July 14th
1967. When she was a child her family relocated to Moorcroft, Wyoming where she
grew up. Deidre met her husband and they married while in High School. After
graduating High School and having their son in Wyoming, the family moved to
Mesa, Arizona where soon after they had their daughter. Deidre began her long
standing career as Office Administration and Managing in the Aerospace Industry
when her children were young. While working full time she also made time to
study and get her Real Estate License.

Deidre was a
kind hearted woman that was there to support everyone around her. She was a
spit fire woman who always told you how she felt whether you wanted to hear it
or not. She knew how to make everyone around her have fun and enjoy themselves,
even in tough times. Becoming a wife and mother young, she proved to everyone
that she could do anything she put her mind to by moving and starting fresh in
a new place. Deidre and her husband built a strong family home and life. She
taught so much to all about how to love hard, hold your head up high, to be
strong and proud. She was an amazing wife, mother and the best grandma.

Her
grandparents Herb & Bonnie Hagemeier, Opal Mundy, Geneva & Al Overall,
and her Uncle Harold Hagemeier preceded Deidre in death. Deidre is survived by
her husband, Richard Murphey, their two children, Derrik Murphey and Ashley
Cartwright, her parents, Jerry and Beverly (Mundy) Hagemeier, sister Dana
(Steve) Blakeman and two grandchildren, Alexander and Isabella, as well as many
nieces, nephews, cousins, uncles and aunts.

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