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Bonnie McMurray, 54

CAMBRIDGE, N.Y. — Bonnie Sue Penny Lynn McMurray, a resident of Old Cambridge Road, passed away Thursday, September 6, 2018, after a courageous battle with cancer, at Southwestern Vermont Medical Center surrounded by her loving family.

She was born July 19, 1964, in Cambridge, N.Y., to the late William and June Guthier McMurray. Bonnie graduated from Greenwich Central School, class of 1982, and she was the proud co-owner of Weeping Birch Farm, LLC.

In addition to her parents, she was predeceased by her brothers William Eugene McMurray and Robin Francis McMurray.

Survivors include her brother, Timothy (Michelle) McMurray of Adams, Mass.; sisters JoAmy Guild of East Greenbush, N.Y., and Tina (Derek) McMurray Dearstyne of Jackson, N.Y.; adopted children, Jeremy Bates of Fort Edward, N.Y., Jessica Lafreniere of Salem, N.Y., and Joshua Bates of East Greenwich and their families; and nephews Sean McMurray of Adams, Mass, Liam McMurray of Cambridge, Chance and Luke Guild of East Greenbush, and Wiley Dearstyne of Jackson.   

Funeral notice: At Bonnie’s request there will be no calling hours.  At the convenience of the family a memorial service will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the NABA (Northeastern Association of the Blind at Albany), 301 Washington Ave., Albany, NY, 12206 or perform an act of kindness in Bonnie's memory.


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Tim and Micki I am so sorry to her about the passing of Tim's sister. Thinking of you both at
this difficult time.
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