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Lucille “Lucy” Murch (Wittekind)


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 Lucille “Lucy” Murch (Wittekind)

Aug 18, 1928 – Jan 18, 2019

Lucy, age 90, formerly of Queen Creek, AZ, passed away in Columbus, NE on January 18, 2019.  She was preceded in death by husband, Tom Murch, and daughter, Kristy Rovetto.  Lucy is survived by daughters, Cheri Vetick, Kathy Palma, and Debbie Strong; 8 grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren; sisters, Sharon Weddle and Judi Clary; stepsons, Eric and Jim Murch; as well as nieces, nephews, and other family members.

There will be a visitation from 9:00am-11:00am on Thursday, January 24th at San Tan Mountain View Funeral Home, 21809 S Ellsworth Rd, Queen Creek, AZ  85142, followed by burial at the National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona in Phoenix, AZ.

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3 responses to “Lucille “Lucy” Murch (Wittekind)”

  1. Lisa williams says:

    I’m so very sorry for your loss, losing those we love is the hardest thing we have to experience, may your hearts find comfort in beautiful memories and Jesus words, john 5:28, 29

  2. Keith and Susan Ueckert says:

    Lucy and Tom were very dear friends of ours for many years. Keith and I first met Lucy while still living in Nebraska and we moved to Arizona shortly before Lucy moved to Arizona. Lucy was a wonderful person who will be greatly missed. We are so sorry for your loss. We have many happy and beautiful memories of the time we spent with Lucy. Lucy and Tom are together once again.

  3. Deb Walters Griffith says:

    I am sorry to learn that your mother passed away and I am very sorry for your family’s loss. Lucy was my Girl Scout leader in grade school, when my mother (Janis Walters) and Fran Elsman stopped leading the troop. I changed to a differed troop in junior high. Your family were neighbors of ours. I remember when your mom worked at the bank. When I was in grade school and came back to visit my parents, I would sometimes also go see your mom. She was a very positive influence on my life and my career. I thought quite highly of her. I moved back to Omaha a little over 9 years ago. I had lost track of people after my parents passed away (my dad in 2000 and my mother in 2004). I didn’t realize that she had moved to Arizona. I hope that she had a happy and wonderful life.

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Lucille “Lucy” Murch (Wittekind)


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 Lucille “Lucy” Murch (Wittekind)

Aug 18, 1928 – Jan 18, 2019

Lucy, age 90, formerly of Queen Creek, AZ, passed away in Columbus, NE on January 18, 2019.  She was preceded in death by husband, Tom Murch, and daughter, Kristy Rovetto.  Lucy is survived by daughters, Cheri Vetick, Kathy Palma, and Debbie Strong; 8 grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren; sisters, Sharon Weddle and Judi Clary; stepsons, Eric and Jim Murch; as well as nieces, nephews, and other family members.

There will be a visitation from 9:00am-11:00am on Thursday, January 24th at San Tan Mountain View Funeral Home, 21809 S Ellsworth Rd, Queen Creek, AZ  85142, followed by burial at the National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona in Phoenix, AZ.

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3 responses to “Lucille “Lucy” Murch (Wittekind)”

  1. Lisa williams says:

    I’m so very sorry for your loss, losing those we love is the hardest thing we have to experience, may your hearts find comfort in beautiful memories and Jesus words, john 5:28, 29

  2. Keith and Susan Ueckert says:

    Lucy and Tom were very dear friends of ours for many years. Keith and I first met Lucy while still living in Nebraska and we moved to Arizona shortly before Lucy moved to Arizona. Lucy was a wonderful person who will be greatly missed. We are so sorry for your loss. We have many happy and beautiful memories of the time we spent with Lucy. Lucy and Tom are together once again.

  3. Deb Walters Griffith says:

    I am sorry to learn that your mother passed away and I am very sorry for your family’s loss. Lucy was my Girl Scout leader in grade school, when my mother (Janis Walters) and Fran Elsman stopped leading the troop. I changed to a differed troop in junior high. Your family were neighbors of ours. I remember when your mom worked at the bank. When I was in grade school and came back to visit my parents, I would sometimes also go see your mom. She was a very positive influence on my life and my career. I thought quite highly of her. I moved back to Omaha a little over 9 years ago. I had lost track of people after my parents passed away (my dad in 2000 and my mother in 2004). I didn’t realize that she had moved to Arizona. I hope that she had a happy and wonderful life.

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