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Jerome “Murph” Doyle Obituary


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Jerome “Murph” Doyle, 79, of Merrionette Park, IL passed away Sunday, December 19, 2021 in Queen Creek, AZ. He was affectionately known as Jerry or Murph to those who knew him. He is survived by his daughter, Donna Dunne; step-daughters, Susan(Barry) DiDomizio, Sheila (Joe) Bochenek and Joann(Greg) Liss; and step-son, Danny Elrod. He was a loving brother to Marcella Young and a beloved grandpa to Alana and Brendan Dunne, Eric Toczyl, Jenna Lee(Steve) Johnson, Brenda(Jamie) Steward, Rebekkah(Scott) Hahn, and Raechel and Rene Liss. He was a cherished great-grandpa to Cj and Wyatt Johnson, as well as a beloved cousin, uncle and friend to many.  While professionally, Murph began driving a truck in his early teens, his other callings included amateur food critic, comedic story-teller, avid car collector, artist and creative wordsmith.

Services will be held at Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery in Elwood, IL. Date and time to be announced. Interment  will be private.

Murph was a generous supporter of The Humane Society, ASPCA, World Wildlife Fund, St. Jude, Make-A-Wish, Wounded Warriors, and Gary Sinise Foundation. The family would be honored if donations of any amount could continue in his name to any Animal, Children’s or Veteran’s Organization.

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2 responses to “Jerome “Murph” Doyle Obituary”

  1. Jennifer Young says:

    One of the nicest men i had the privilege of knowing. He will be having car shows with the angels.

  2. Brenda Steward says:

    Jerome Murphy was my grandpa. He was my lifeline to my family, he loved me no matter what anyone else said and he always made me feel welcome/loved. I will miss our phone calls and growing up with him was the absolute best. He was an outspoken, loving, caring man who will be missed forever by me and my family. Thank you for my love of muscle cars and the awesome shirts from your car show in Illinois. You left an imprint on my heart and you will live forever as long as I’m alive. I love you Grandpa, until we meet again <3

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Jerome “Murph” Doyle, 79, of Merrionette Park, IL passed away Sunday, December 19, 2021 in Queen Creek, AZ. He was affectionately known as Jerry or Murph to those who knew him. He is survived by his daughter, Donna Dunne; step-daughters, Susan(Barry) DiDomizio, Sheila (Joe) Bochenek and Joann(Greg) Liss; and step-son, Danny Elrod. He was a loving brother to Marcella Young and a beloved grandpa to Alana and Brendan Dunne, Eric Toczyl, Jenna Lee(Steve) Johnson, Brenda(Jamie) Steward, Rebekkah(Scott) Hahn, and Raechel and Rene Liss. He was a cherished great-grandpa to Cj and Wyatt Johnson, as well as a beloved cousin, uncle and friend to many.  While professionally, Murph began driving a truck in his early teens, his other callings included amateur food critic, comedic story-teller, avid car collector, artist and creative wordsmith.

Services will be held at Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery in Elwood, IL. Date and time to be announced. Interment  will be private.

Murph was a generous supporter of The Humane Society, ASPCA, World Wildlife Fund, St. Jude, Make-A-Wish, Wounded Warriors, and Gary Sinise Foundation. The family would be honored if donations of any amount could continue in his name to any Animal, Children’s or Veteran’s Organization.

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2 responses to “Jerome “Murph” Doyle Obituary”

  1. Jennifer Young says:

    One of the nicest men i had the privilege of knowing. He will be having car shows with the angels.

  2. Brenda Steward says:

    Jerome Murphy was my grandpa. He was my lifeline to my family, he loved me no matter what anyone else said and he always made me feel welcome/loved. I will miss our phone calls and growing up with him was the absolute best. He was an outspoken, loving, caring man who will be missed forever by me and my family. Thank you for my love of muscle cars and the awesome shirts from your car show in Illinois. You left an imprint on my heart and you will live forever as long as I’m alive. I love you Grandpa, until we meet again <3

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