Thomas “Carl” F. Murphy, Jr. • June 6, 2019

Thomas “Carl” Murphy went home to be with The Lord on June 6, 2019 after a strong fight with Lung Cancer.
Thomas is preceded in death by his parents, Lucy and Thomas Murphy.
He is survived by his loving wife, Elouise Murphy; son, Roger Murphy; step-children, Angie Spillers, Melissa Ellis, James Willis, Jr.; granddaughters, Maddy Ellis, Maggie Hughes; four sisters; and 2 brothers.
Thomas was self-employed most of his life as an excellent carpenter and an expert painter. Thomas worked for a while with his good friend, Mark Price, who was instrumental in leading him to the Lord. He then began leading others to the Lord, including his daughter, Melissa.
Thomas proudly served in the U.S. Army from November 23, 1976- March 22, 1979.
He was a family man who loved his wife, Elouise, very much. He was always willing and ready to help anyone that needed help and will truly be missed by all.
Trusting in God Means looking beyond what we can see, to see what God sees.
The family will receive friends at Pensacola Memorial Gardens Funeral Home Monday, June 10th from 1:00 PM- 2:00 PM with funeral service to follow at 2:00 pm with Pastor Gordon Godfrey Officiating.

  1. elouise Murphy says:

    I love you and will miss you very much, rest in peace and I will see you soon. you’re loving wife Elouise

  2. Gladys Lindt says:

    I’m so sorry for your loss. Please know that you all are in my thoughts and prayers 🙏
    He was a good man and will be missed by many.

  3. PJ Newton says:

    My uncle Thomas was a good man and willing to help anyone who was in need. He was always good to myself and my wife Jane. He was instrumental and helping us get our home built when Jane and I move to Pensacola he had a heart as big as life I will miss you very much and we love you with all our heart. I’m thankful the Lord has given you rest and eternal peace with him. Jane and I will miss you tremendously. Above all, he loved his family with all his heart,especially my aunt Elo, his wife. He gave his heart to her and most importantly, he gave his heart to the Lord many years ago. He is at peace now and in the arms of our Lord and Savior. May God bless you and keep you always. All my love to you Uncle. May you Rest in peace… PJ

  4. Vincent Wang in DC says:

    May you rest in peace Carl and please know that my thoughts and prayers are always with you and the family.

    Love always,

  5. Ann Sidener says:

    “My Sweet Uncle”
    God saw you getting tired and a cure was not to be. So, He put his arms around you Uncle Thomas (Carl) and whispered, “Come to me”.
    A golden heart stopped beating, hard working hands at rest.
    God broke our hearts to prove to us, He only takes the best.
    Uncle, you fought the good fight and finished the race and kept your faith along the way.
    I’m gonna miss your phone calls and our scratch-off ticket moments, but I will see you again in heaven and I will always check up on Aunt Elo from time to time. Rest in Heaven now with Our Lord Jesus Christ. I will always have you in my heart.
    Love your neice,
    Ann Sidener

  6. John Nash says:

    Even though my time with Thomas was brief, I feel so fortunate to have had my time with him. He always made me feel like part of the family and that was very special. His sense of humor, his infectious laugh and his zeal for life could disarm even strangers instantly. His loving devotion to his wife Elo though was really something special. He was a devoted husband, father, grandfather, uncle, father in law, brother, and friend. He was empowered by curiosity, joy, and gratitude. He will be missed but for all of us whose lives he touched, he is now part of us and always present.

  7. Jamie Willis says:

    When I look back on the 20 years of my life in which you were a part of it, I’m reminded of all the laughter and joy you brought. You had an ability like no other person I’ve met to make others, even strangers, laugh and smile. I will always do my best to carry on that trait as a reminder of you daily. The thought of not seeing you and hearing your laugh again tears at my heart, but your legacy and impact on all of us has no end.

  8. Kathy and John Williams says:

    I will always remember how Thomas’ face lit up whenever he talked about how he got saved. He loved the Lord! We will miss him but know he is rejoicing at the feet of His Savior!

  9. Mark and Stefanie Price says:

    Precious are the memories of my friend, and Brother in the Lord, Thomas. If it is possible to know anyone in heaven, it will be Thomas. The Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ changed this man into a new Creation. I will miss him, and cherish the memories of my good friend.

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