Las Vegas Review-Journal (Sunday) - - FROM THE COVER/OBITUARIES -

He han­dled his death as he han­dled his life, with class, courage, and con­sid­er­a­tion for those he loved. Steven Eu­gene Mur­phy, 08/11/ 1941-10/30/2017 broke free from the pain and suf­fer­ing and joined his mother (Von­nie), grand­mother( Nealy) and sis­ter( Ge­orgie) who all pre­ceded him in death, along with his beloved dog Barkley. He is sur­vived by his love and ex wife Shirley Allen, his sis­ter Paula Moore, and his neph­ews Steve, Doug, Shane, Nick and Nathan.

Steve worked for many years in the gam­ing in­dus­try as a bar­tender, 21 dealer and baccarat dealer. He ex­celled in all but found his call­ing when he re-opened the ven­er­a­ble Coach­man's Inn with his for­ever friend Shirlee Hel­ton. 'Murph' was an avid skier, snow and wa­ter, en­joyed play­ing golf with his bud­dies and never met a book he didn't read. His friends could eas­ily fill a sta­dium and each would have re­mem­brances of Mur­phy; of his wit, his loy­alty and his kind and gen­er­ous heart. An un­for­get­table and ir­re­place­able Las Ve­gas loss. No Ser­vices Sched­uled.

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