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Alvin Murray

Alvin Murray 3 CroppedAlvin Murray, age 71, of Crockett, passed away Sunday, June 28, 2020 in Tyler. He was born December 28, 1948 in Crockett to parents, Luther Murray and Ethel Hutcherson Murray. Alvin attended Latexo and Crockett schools and married Carol Robinson in March of 1969, they had 3 children together. Alvin enjoyed hunting, fishing, roping and playing music. Alvin was a self-taught musician and enjoyed playing the fiddle and guitar. He worked in the oilfield industry in his early years and later ran a successful hay business. Alvin was a very hard worker, a loving father, husband and grandfather.

Alvin is survived by children, Cindy Murray of Crockett, Mindy Vest and husband, Charles of Porter, David Murray and wife, Michelle of Lovelady; grandchildren, William Vest, Chelsea LaRue, Hunter Murray, Carter Murray, Dakota Murray; 4 great-grandchildren; brother, Roy Murray of Centerville; sisters, Margie Collins of Dayton, Mary Ubernosky and husband, Joe of Lovelady, Nelda Cramer of Lovelady. He is preceded in death by parents, Luther and Ethel Murray; brothers, Dick Murray, Jamie Murray, Buddy Murray, Ray Murray; sisters, Bonnie Kerr and Doris Marsh.

Graveside funeral services for Alvin Murray will be held at 10:00 a.m. Monday, July 6, 2020 in the Hagan Cemetery with Pastor Michael Lumpkins officiating.

Online condolences may be made at www.callawayallee.com

 

CALLAWAY-ALLEE FUNERAL HOME

4 Comments
  1. Dear Alvin. You will be missed by so many
    . You have always been such a large part of my life. I wish I had the words to say how much you were loved by so many. You and Daddy were always so close. There were so many times I came to you for advise because Daddy would be overseas working. You always treated me like I was your very own. If I was scared you were there if I was sad you were there if I just didnt understand something you were there to give me advise. How were we to know that we would loose both of you in the same year. I hope and pray that you and Daddy are proud of me and Mindy we are trying so hard to make this a wonderful celebration of life for you. Michael has some big shoes to fill with your love of music and David has been so strong during all of this. I know your grandchildren and all the rest of the family will also miss you dearly. I am thankful for all of the memories that we have all made together thru the years. My heart wont let me say Goodby so for now I will just say see ya later. Tell Daddy I said I love him and give him a hug for me. Love Always JoAnna

  2. My condolences to Mindy,Cindy, and David. Rest in peace uncle Alvin!

  3. As I stood beside your graveside today, I thought of all the great times you shared with me as a kid growing up. Thank you for spending the time with me. You were definitely an attribute to my life as I became an adult. You had a great impact on who and what I became today. Thanks so much Alvin for being there all those times when no one else was. Love ya and see you down the trail.

  4. I am sad to hear about Alvin passing away. I’ve known Alvin since the 5th grade at Crockett Elementary. Never known a harder working guy then Alvin. He was always a man among boys.

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