Murphy Henry, Nek’k Namox

In loving memory of

(Smurff) (Murphy’s Law)

Murphy Henry Namox

Nek’k

Nov. 3, 1948 – April 12, 2011

Our brother had many illnesses since he was 5 years old. He was in a coma for about 7 years. When he came out of it, he was nothing but a skeleton but he remembered his words and his family. He asked for his mom, dad, sisters and brother. He was our mom and dad’s baby. He spent his time in Miller Bay Hospital, Nanaimo Hospital on Vancouver Island until he was about 16 years old. He was a miracle person. He still helped with chores around the house, cooking, cleaning, gardening, looking after cows and chickens. He was a number one handy man in our household He preserved food for winter after we lost Mom and Dad. He was so lost without them, but no one could see that because he always had that sweet smile and his humour. I don’t think anyone passed by him without a smile and his sense of humour. Our brother suddenly left us on April 12, 2011. He had a massive heart attack. We would like to especially that the B.V. Hospital Emergency Department and staff, the RCMP, fire department, and all friends and relatives for all the help you’ve given him, Gus Poirer, Wilfred Wilson and the Wilson Family in Hazelton for caring for my brother Smurff. Love you, missing you our Bell Boy for Moricetown. I hope you left your remote control.

Love,

Pierre Family, John Family, Namox,

Tait Family and Michell Family


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