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Anne C. Murray

September 8, 1974 ~ June 11, 2019 (age 44)

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Anne Cecilia Murray was born in San Antonio on September 8, 1974, and grew up in Corpus Christi, Texas. She died in her sleep at her home in Corpus Christi on June 11, 2019.

Anne loved her friends and had a zest for life. She also enjoyed spending time with her Anderson and Murray relatives. One of her goals was to own and drive a dirt-track racecar, which she did for years. She attended Incarnate Word Academy, and she worked as a skilled clerical assistant.

But the job she loved most was being a parent and raising her six-year-old son, Gustavo "Gus" Anderson DeLeon.

She is survived by her son Gus; her brother, Robert Murray, and his wife Olga and their newborn Lillian Aspen Murray, of Pflugerville; her father, Michael R. Murray, of Portland, Texas; her step-father W.D. Williams, of Corpus Christi; and her best friend Margaret "Maggie" Escalante Ross, of Corpus Christi. She is also survived by numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.

She was preceded in death by her mother, Lillian Anderson Murray Williams, her maternal grandparents, Cecilia and Hudson Anderson, and her paternal grandparents, Rosalia and Sid Murray, all of Corpus Christi.

A Memorial Service to celebrate Anne's life will be held at 3:00 p.m. on Saturday, October 12, 2019, at Seaside Reid Chapel. Inurement to follow at Seaside Columbarium.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to the charity of your choice or to the education trust fund for Gus:

"Gustavo Anderson DeLeon 2019 Trust"
c/o Susan E. Hutchinson
Davis, Hutchinson & Wilkerson, LLP
802 N. Carancahua, Suite 1500
Corpus Christi, Texas 78401

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Services

Memorial Service
Saturday
October 12, 2019

3:00 PM
Reid Chapel
In Seaside Memorial Park
Corpus Christi, TX 78412

Cemetery

Seaside Memorial Park
4357 Ocean Dr.
Corpus Christi, TX

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