Beverly Jean Murry
1940 - 2020
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June 28, 1940 February8, 2020
BJ passed away on February 8, 2020 with her loving husband, Ruhnner Morrison, by her side. She worked at Swedish Hospital for 30 years as a physical therapist after earning her Master's Degree from the Mayo Clinic. She loved golf, gourmet cooking, and ballroom dancing.
Funeral service will be held at 11am on Thursday, 02/13/20, at Horan & McConaty Family Chapel in Aurora. Graveside service will be at 10am on Friday, 02/14/20, at Fort Logan National Cemetery.

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Published in The Gazette from Feb. 11 to Feb. 13, 2020.
Graveside service
10:00 AM
Fort Logan National Cemetery
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April 5, 2020
Ruhnner ,
I am so sorry to read about BJ's death. So glad you were with her at the end. Please take care of yourself and stay safe and healthy.

Friend Forever,
Sharon Mikeska Fletcher
sharon fletcher
February 19, 2020
I was honored to know her. Kind, considerate, fun-loving, and a real trooper through her illness. Beautiful inside and out, unselfish. So giving. Missed! Condolences to Ruhner and family and friends.
Paula Stueve
February 12, 2020
Sending heartfelt condolences. I have many good memories of our time working together at Swedish Hospital. Marilyn Cherry
February 11, 2020
BJ was my special friend. We golfed at Kennedy...walked the course as long as we could... then took a cart...went to the club house to enjoy lunch and watch other golfers still on the course. Time to chat. Reminisce.
BJ was my travel mate to Costa Rica in 2006; a great trip. We shopped at Macy's...she usually found something. Blue was her color! Occasionally purple. She decorated her home...painting the walls herself. Did I say she liked blue? She chose blue paint and it looked terrific!
She enjoyed working out at 24 HR Fitness on East Hamden; that was her spot. Exercise classes brought BJ more friends...not only at the gym but also for lunches. Long walks and hiking were also favorites. She was a good friend. She kept her longtime friends...they were very important to her. I was blessed to be one.
The plan was to drive to Montana...see schoolmates, friends and family. That didn't happen but we kept talking about it.
BJ will always be remembered by me, my family and friends. She touched our lives and we are better for it. God Bless You, BJ.
Sarah Broderick
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