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Murphy, Michael (Mike) Patrick

January 29, 2024

Michael (Mike) Patrick Murphy

Michael (Mike) Patrick Murphy, late of Regina, Saskatchewan passed away on January 29, 2024 at the age of 60.

Mike was predeceased by his parents Michael (Mick) and Marleen (Jackson) Murphy, nephew Jason Wagner and father-in-law William (Bill) Leitner.

Immediate family left to mourn Mike are his wife Laurie (Leitner) Murphy; his sisters Sue Murphy and Cindy Wagner; his brother Tom (Karen) Murphy; nephew Dan Wagner (Nicole Roberts and daughter Shea); in-laws Marcia Leitner, Perry Leitner, Lisa (Chris) Ehmann (nee Leitner); as well as Nathan (Mackenzie) Leitner, Brittney Leitner, Garett Leitner-Ehmann and Morgan Gradin.

A Memorial Service will be held at a later date. In lieu of cards and flowers, donations may be made to the Hospitals of Regina Foundation.


Liz Mcdonald

Regina Sk Canada

Miss you at dialysis Mike the waiting room is not the same without you. Condolences to your wife and extended family

Dale Banks

Regina Saskatchewan Canada

My condolence. to the family. He was part of our dialysis family. Will miss talking to him about the Bombers and Riders.. I always looked for him when I got to the hospital. Made my day. God Bless.

Sharon Bohay

Regina SK Canada

Laurie, our deepest condolences on Mike’s passing . Sending you hugs, strength and luv, xoxo Sharon & Gerry Bohay

Ken and Cindy Kress

Pilot Butte Saskatchewan Canada

We were so sad to hear the passing of Mike. Our sincere condolences to Laurie and all the family. May he rest in peace❤️

Neil Morrison

Regina Saskatchewan Canada

Very sorry for your loss Laurie.

Bonnie Kuntz

Calgary Alberta Canada

Sue, Cindy, Tommy and families, my deepest condolences on the passing of Mike. My thoughts and prayers are with you. May you find peace in all your wonderful memories of him.


Regina Saskatchewan Canada

Laurie: Thoughts and prayers are sent to you and your family. Mike was a happy, cheerful, jolly man. When you met Mike you made a friend for life. Mike would always be willing to talk to anyone and make them feel special. Mike you are in heaven now god bless you.

Tammy Billingsley

Regina Saskatchewan Canada

To Laurie and family, my family and I send our deepest heartfelt condolences to you all on the loss of my dear friend Mike. He truly was an amazing person who always needed to know what my husband and kids had going on and what weekend plans I had. We used to discuss the best places to eat at and he was always bugging me for being late even though I was always at least 30 minutes early. I am grateful to have known him and already miss him at treatments. Our dialysis morning run family are all grieving the loss of our buddy Mike. Hugs and love to you all. Love Tammy, Brad and Matty

Kathie Parry & Don Campbell

Rosetown Saskatchewan Canada

Our deepest condolences to Laurie and the families. Mike was a guy you could always count on. His sense of humor was one of his many qualities that made him so lovable. The Campbell family reunions will never be the same! 😉. Miss you big guy!

Stan Davidowich

Regina Saskatchewan Canada

Our condolences to Mike’s wife and families and friends. I first met Mike in 1915 when I started driving bus, he was such a friendly person we hit it off great only thing he was a bomber fan and I am a Rider fan so you know we had our opinions all in fun. I really enjoyed his company he always had something to chat about we even texted each other about the coming up football games against each other . We would check in on each other to find out how things were going if we hadn’t heard from each other. Heaven has gained a great football fan even if it’s the bombers lol. He is going to be missed very much so. I called him for his birthday this year but had no reply was wondering why he didn’t call back , then I heard he had passed was a sad day. RIP my bomber friend GO RIDERS

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