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Chad Allen Murrish

Sunday, February 21, 2021
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Memorial services for Chad Allen Murrish, 44, will be held in Plains, TX on February 20, 2021, at 1:00 pm (MST), 2:00 pm (CST), at First Assembly of God Church, 1102 Ave J with Bro. Wayne Brazil officiating. Chad’s memory will further be honored at a “Celebration of Life” gathering following the service. Funeral arrangements are being handled by Kirby-Ratliff Funeral Home in Lovington, NM. Chad was born on May 26, 1976 in Hobbs, NM to Dianna Page and passed away January 28, 2021 near Auburn, Nebraska. He attended college following graduation from Tatum High School. He loved his work as a telecommunications specialist, which often required frequent and extensive travel throughout the US and abroad. He was passionate about his work and went above and beyond for all who knew him. As so eloquently stated by friend and coworker, Minchul Ho, “Chad was one of those people that nearly always wore a smile and shared it generously with others.” Chad had the opportunity to work with many prestigious companies throughout his career, most recently, Baicells Technologies and Trilogy. He was an amazing family man and his presence would light up a room; everyone knew when he had arrived! He was a very “enthusiastic” sports fan and enjoyed watching and attending games with family and friends. He will always be remembered as a Nebraska Cornhusker fan. He was a loyal fan of the NY Yankees, Washington Redskins and Washington Capitals. He also enjoyed working on projects at home and being on the golf course. A lover of sports and of life……..

Preceding him in death were his grandparents: Gilbert and Shirley Murrish and Uncle Gilbert “Buck” Murrish.

Surviving him is his daughter, Brynn Alise Taylor-Murrish and her mother Tiffany D. Taylor of Lovington, NM; his Mother, Dianna Page of Midland, TX; his sister, Misti and husband Jaime Hathcock ; their children Mikayla and Aidyn all of Andrews, TX ; Aunt Jan Bennett and husband Emmett of Beaver, OK; Uncle Mick Murrish of Hobbs, NM and a host of very special family members and friends.

The family would like to thank everyone for their condolences and continued prayers. A very special thanks is extended to Minchul Ho and Baicells Technologies, George Woodward and Trilogy, Eric Simone and Clear-Blade, Braden Bennett, Ryan Harms and all who have so generously contributed to the future of his daughter, Brynn.

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