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Chance Hebert
Chance Hebert
Hello Murphy family, i know Noah from scouts, I am so sorry, i know it must be hard, although its very sad, there is also joy involved. Mr Murphy has finished his time on earth which is so tiny compared to the eternal life in heaven where he will be as happy as possible. I hope you guys are okay, and i will keep your family in my prayers. God bless you. May Mr. Murphy rest in peace
Sandra Shelton
Sandra Shelton
Dear Krissie and kids,

thank you, once again, for sharing such a private moment of your family. Thank for easing our minds in how the kids are doing. I was/am especially worried about Noah, for I know how hard it hit him to have his Daddy so sick. As the time goes by, there will still be many break downs for all of you. But I am still glad to hear, that you are talking about the future. I will do my very best to attend the service in Ramstein, and you bet, October 19th and 20th will be my Converse, Jeans and T-shirt day in Rob's honor!!! The heck with dress codes for work on those special days!
Big hugs of comfort! Also from my husband, my neigbors, my Momma and my favorite co-worker!
Sherri Meyer
Sherri Meyer
Dear Krissie,Sarah,Micah,and Noah,

We are thinking of you all daily and this website has become a daily read for our whole family.   Although so many years have passed for us; its like yesterday we said goodbye to you.  Our hugs will be for joy to see you all and sadness for the loss of dear Rob.  Ed and I were so glad to be a part of your story. :) We hope you all find comfort in your journey to Waukesha.  Love to you all. 
Regena Pena Wolter
Regena Pena Wolter
 

Death is nothing at all

I have only slipped away into the next room

I am I and you are you

Whatever we were to each other

That we are still

Call me by my old familiar name

Speak to me in the easy way you always used

Put no difference into your tone

Wear no forced air of solemnity or sorrow

Laugh as we always laughed

At the little jokes we always enjoyed together

Play, smile, think of me, pray for me

Let my name be ever the household word that it always was

Let it be spoken without effort

Without the ghost of a shadow in it

Life means all that it ever meant

It is the same as it ever was

There is absolute unbroken continuity

What is death but a negligible accident?

Why should I be out of mind

Because I am out of sight?

I am waiting for you for an interval

Somewhere very near

Just around the corner

All is well.

Nothing is past; nothing is lost

One brief moment and all will be as it was before

How we shall laugh at the trouble of parting when we meet again

 
JoAnne Garbe
JoAnne Garbe
Krissie,
I have been following Rob's story diligently. I have prayed for all of you since I learned of his illness, and all the more this week. Yesterday I was driving home from the airport and I saw several identical clouds all in a line. They looked like a side view of feet running and I immediately thought of Rob and that he is free to run again. I just started running this summer and in that one post where you asked us to run, I really took it to heart. And now, every time I don't want to go for a run because I'm too tired, it's too cold, or I'm too busy, I go run for all of you.

May He wrap His arms around you and hold you close.
Jennifer Alexander
Jennifer Alexander
Krissy, it's been an honor and a privilege to share in this journey with you in some small way. I'm sorry it had to end this way. I hope that you will consider publishing this journal one day. It has been very emotional for me and I think it could be helpful to anyone who knows someone going through a similar experience. I pray that God will comfort and strengthen you and give you peace.

Jennifer
Heather Schulte
Heather Schulte
Thank you, Krissie, for sharing that. I know that was hard for you to type, to even put into words. I can only imagine how great that will be for your kids to be able to read when they are older. You're always looking out and caring for others, a true gifting. We love you and the kids, and though we miss Rob, are so thankful that he is resting peacefully, and actively rejoicing with the angels right now. We'll check over on the blog for info about the Germany memorial, so we can try our best to be there. Much, much love and many prayers to you, my dear. I love you!Heather
Tina Lander
Tina Lander
Krissie
I am a better human being because of Rob's fight and your wonderful compassion, grace, faith, love and hope. I think I speak for many when I say that Rob's struggle has been an inspiration to live everyday to the fullest and to tell anyone and everyone in our lives how important they are and how much we love them. Rob, you and the children will be in my prayers and again if there is anything I can do to help please don't hesitate to ask.
Joe Lande
Waukesha, WI
Deanna Keir
Deanna Keir
I just want to say that it has been an honor and a priviledge to be able to grow closer to your family through what we would all call a tragedy.  I personally have grown in my walk with the Lord, have seen my own family learn to care and give like never before, and have enjoyed peace from being exactly in God's will for my life (through helping you).  Your journey has most certainly touched countless others, to include encouraging non-believers toward Christ.   Romans 8:28 says, "And we know that for those who love God all things work together for good, for those who are called according to his purpose."  This assurance tells me that He is looking out for you, and that Rob's life and death will be used for Christ's glory (because you ARE called according to his purpose).  Though those left behind here will mourn his passing, we also celebrate the promise of seeing him again in Paradise with our Savior!  I love you...
Jocelyn Cadiz
Jocelyn Cadiz
We look forward to honoring you all and coming when you return to Ramstein. Camp Kachina was the only place we spent any time with Rob - that one day with our Tigers before we split to another den. Definitely a place full of memories! Praying for you as you go to the states and back again!
Sandra Shelton
Sandra Shelton
Dear Krissie and kids,

thank you, once again, for sharing such a private moment of your family. Thank for easing our minds in how the kids are doing. I was/am especially worried about Noah, for I know how hard it hit him to have his Daddy so sick. As the time goes by, there will still be many break downs for all of you. But I am still glad to hear, that you are talking about the future. I will do my very best to attend the service in Ramstein, and you bet, October 19th and 20th will be my Converse, Jeans and T-shirt day in Rob's honor!!! The heck with dress codes for work on those special days!
Big hugs of comfort! Also from my husband, my neigbors, my Momma and my favorite co-worker!
Regena Pena Wolter
Regena Pena Wolter
 

Death is nothing at all

I have only slipped away into the next room

I am I and you are you

Whatever we were to each other

That we are still

Call me by my old familiar name

Speak to me in the easy way you always used

Put no difference into your tone

Wear no forced air of solemnity or sorrow

Laugh as we always laughed

At the little jokes we always enjoyed together

Play, smile, think of me, pray for me

Let my name be ever the household word that it always was

Let it be spoken without effort

Without the ghost of a shadow in it

Life means all that it ever meant

It is the same as it ever was

There is absolute unbroken continuity

What is death but a negligible accident?

Why should I be out of mind

Because I am out of sight?

I am waiting for you for an interval

Somewhere very near

Just around the corner

All is well.

Nothing is past; nothing is lost

One brief moment and all will be as it was before

How we shall laugh at the trouble of parting when we meet again

 
Jennifer Alexander
Jennifer Alexander
Krissy, it's been an honor and a privilege to share in this journey with you in some small way. I'm sorry it had to end this way. I hope that you will consider publishing this journal one day. It has been very emotional for me and I think it could be helpful to anyone who knows someone going through a similar experience. I pray that God will comfort and strengthen you and give you peace.

Jennifer
Heather Schulte
Heather Schulte
Thank you, Krissie, for sharing that. I know that was hard for you to type, to even put into words. I can only imagine how great that will be for your kids to be able to read when they are older. You're always looking out and caring for others, a true gifting. We love you and the kids, and though we miss Rob, are so thankful that he is resting peacefully, and actively rejoicing with the angels right now. We'll check over on the blog for info about the Germany memorial, so we can try our best to be there. Much, much love and many prayers to you, my dear. I love you!Heather
Deanna Keir
Deanna Keir
I just want to say that it has been an honor and a priviledge to be able to grow closer to your family through what we would all call a tragedy.  I personally have grown in my walk with the Lord, have seen my own family learn to care and give like never before, and have enjoyed peace from being exactly in God's will for my life (through helping you).  Your journey has most certainly touched countless others, to include encouraging non-believers toward Christ.   Romans 8:28 says, "And we know that for those who love God all things work together for good, for those who are called according to his purpose."  This assurance tells me that He is looking out for you, and that Rob's life and death will be used for Christ's glory (because you ARE called according to his purpose).  Though those left behind here will mourn his passing, we also celebrate the promise of seeing him again in Paradise with our Savior!  I love you...
Chance Hebert
Chance Hebert
Hello Murphy family, i know Noah from scouts, I am so sorry, i know it must be hard, although its very sad, there is also joy involved. Mr Murphy has finished his time on earth which is so tiny compared to the eternal life in heaven where he will be as happy as possible. I hope you guys are okay, and i will keep your family in my prayers. God bless you. May Mr. Murphy rest in peace
Sherri Meyer
Sherri Meyer
Dear Krissie,Sarah,Micah,and Noah,

We are thinking of you all daily and this website has become a daily read for our whole family.   Although so many years have passed for us; its like yesterday we said goodbye to you.  Our hugs will be for joy to see you all and sadness for the loss of dear Rob.  Ed and I were so glad to be a part of your story. :) We hope you all find comfort in your journey to Waukesha.  Love to you all. 
JoAnne Garbe
JoAnne Garbe
Krissie,
I have been following Rob's story diligently. I have prayed for all of you since I learned of his illness, and all the more this week. Yesterday I was driving home from the airport and I saw several identical clouds all in a line. They looked like a side view of feet running and I immediately thought of Rob and that he is free to run again. I just started running this summer and in that one post where you asked us to run, I really took it to heart. And now, every time I don't want to go for a run because I'm too tired, it's too cold, or I'm too busy, I go run for all of you.

May He wrap His arms around you and hold you close.
Tina Lander
Tina Lander
Krissie
I am a better human being because of Rob's fight and your wonderful compassion, grace, faith, love and hope. I think I speak for many when I say that Rob's struggle has been an inspiration to live everyday to the fullest and to tell anyone and everyone in our lives how important they are and how much we love them. Rob, you and the children will be in my prayers and again if there is anything I can do to help please don't hesitate to ask.
Joe Lande
Waukesha, WI
Jocelyn Cadiz
Jocelyn Cadiz
We look forward to honoring you all and coming when you return to Ramstein. Camp Kachina was the only place we spent any time with Rob - that one day with our Tigers before we split to another den. Definitely a place full of memories! Praying for you as you go to the states and back again!
Regena Pena Wolter
Regena Pena Wolter
 

Death is nothing at all

I have only slipped away into the next room

I am I and you are you

Whatever we were to each other

That we are still

Call me by my old familiar name

Speak to me in the easy way you always used

Put no difference into your tone

Wear no forced air of solemnity or sorrow

Laugh as we always laughed

At the little jokes we always enjoyed together

Play, smile, think of me, pray for me

Let my name be ever the household word that it always was

Let it be spoken without effort

Without the ghost of a shadow in it

Life means all that it ever meant

It is the same as it ever was

There is absolute unbroken continuity

What is death but a negligible accident?

Why should I be out of mind

Because I am out of sight?

I am waiting for you for an interval

Somewhere very near

Just around the corner

All is well.

Nothing is past; nothing is lost

One brief moment and all will be as it was before

How we shall laugh at the trouble of parting when we meet again

 
Jennifer Alexander
Jennifer Alexander
Krissy, it's been an honor and a privilege to share in this journey with you in some small way. I'm sorry it had to end this way. I hope that you will consider publishing this journal one day. It has been very emotional for me and I think it could be helpful to anyone who knows someone going through a similar experience. I pray that God will comfort and strengthen you and give you peace.

Jennifer
Tina Lander
Tina Lander
Krissie
I am a better human being because of Rob's fight and your wonderful compassion, grace, faith, love and hope. I think I speak for many when I say that Rob's struggle has been an inspiration to live everyday to the fullest and to tell anyone and everyone in our lives how important they are and how much we love them. Rob, you and the children will be in my prayers and again if there is anything I can do to help please don't hesitate to ask.
Joe Lande
Waukesha, WI
Chance Hebert
Chance Hebert
Hello Murphy family, i know Noah from scouts, I am so sorry, i know it must be hard, although its very sad, there is also joy involved. Mr Murphy has finished his time on earth which is so tiny compared to the eternal life in heaven where he will be as happy as possible. I hope you guys are okay, and i will keep your family in my prayers. God bless you. May Mr. Murphy rest in peace
Sandra Shelton
Sandra Shelton
Dear Krissie and kids,

thank you, once again, for sharing such a private moment of your family. Thank for easing our minds in how the kids are doing. I was/am especially worried about Noah, for I know how hard it hit him to have his Daddy so sick. As the time goes by, there will still be many break downs for all of you. But I am still glad to hear, that you are talking about the future. I will do my very best to attend the service in Ramstein, and you bet, October 19th and 20th will be my Converse, Jeans and T-shirt day in Rob's honor!!! The heck with dress codes for work on those special days!
Big hugs of comfort! Also from my husband, my neigbors, my Momma and my favorite co-worker!
JoAnne Garbe
JoAnne Garbe
Krissie,
I have been following Rob's story diligently. I have prayed for all of you since I learned of his illness, and all the more this week. Yesterday I was driving home from the airport and I saw several identical clouds all in a line. They looked like a side view of feet running and I immediately thought of Rob and that he is free to run again. I just started running this summer and in that one post where you asked us to run, I really took it to heart. And now, every time I don't want to go for a run because I'm too tired, it's too cold, or I'm too busy, I go run for all of you.

May He wrap His arms around you and hold you close.
Deanna Keir
Deanna Keir
I just want to say that it has been an honor and a priviledge to be able to grow closer to your family through what we would all call a tragedy.  I personally have grown in my walk with the Lord, have seen my own family learn to care and give like never before, and have enjoyed peace from being exactly in God's will for my life (through helping you).  Your journey has most certainly touched countless others, to include encouraging non-believers toward Christ.   Romans 8:28 says, "And we know that for those who love God all things work together for good, for those who are called according to his purpose."  This assurance tells me that He is looking out for you, and that Rob's life and death will be used for Christ's glory (because you ARE called according to his purpose).  Though those left behind here will mourn his passing, we also celebrate the promise of seeing him again in Paradise with our Savior!  I love you...
Sherri Meyer
Sherri Meyer
Dear Krissie,Sarah,Micah,and Noah,

We are thinking of you all daily and this website has become a daily read for our whole family.   Although so many years have passed for us; its like yesterday we said goodbye to you.  Our hugs will be for joy to see you all and sadness for the loss of dear Rob.  Ed and I were so glad to be a part of your story. :) We hope you all find comfort in your journey to Waukesha.  Love to you all. 
Heather Schulte
Heather Schulte
Thank you, Krissie, for sharing that. I know that was hard for you to type, to even put into words. I can only imagine how great that will be for your kids to be able to read when they are older. You're always looking out and caring for others, a true gifting. We love you and the kids, and though we miss Rob, are so thankful that he is resting peacefully, and actively rejoicing with the angels right now. We'll check over on the blog for info about the Germany memorial, so we can try our best to be there. Much, much love and many prayers to you, my dear. I love you!Heather
Jocelyn Cadiz
Jocelyn Cadiz
We look forward to honoring you all and coming when you return to Ramstein. Camp Kachina was the only place we spent any time with Rob - that one day with our Tigers before we split to another den. Definitely a place full of memories! Praying for you as you go to the states and back again!