Alan James Murphy very sadly passed away on the 18th April 2019, surrounded by family and friends.
He battled Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma with immense bravery, he was classic Sergeant Murphy right until the very end.
With the help of wonderful staff and facilities at The Christie, the world was lucky enough to have an extra 18 months with him around. So with your help, and as per Alan's wishes, we aim to raise as much money as possible to say thank you. All money raised will go directly to the Lymphoma research charity at The Christie and help them to continue to provide treatment and care to other families too.
As Alan didn't want to have a headstone, we have decided, as a family, to try and raise enough money (£4000) so his name can be immortalised on the 'Acknowledgement Wall' in the hospital where he managed to wrangle extra peach yogurts, created mischief and befriended all of the staff. We believe he would have liked that a lot.
He's been a wonderful husband and dad, a much loved son and brother and a loyal friend to all those who knew him.
Please help us raise as much money as possible in Alan's memory.
Don't forget to tick the gift aid box, it makes no difference to you with the amount you donate, but it means the charity can collect an extra 25p for every £1 you donate, which will make a huge difference to them.