JODI M. MURRAY

Jodi M. Murray, 51, of Kiel, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday morning (August 26, 2017).

She was born in Plymouth on March 3, 1966, daughter of Suzy (Hanson) Noordyk and the late Ronnie Noordyk.

Jodi attended Plymouth grade schools and graduated from Plymouth High School in 1984.

On May 10, 1985, she married Edward Murray.

The couple currently resided in Kiel.

Jodi worked for 14 years at Sargento in Kiel, and retired early to spend time spoiling her grandchildren.

The best roles she played were Loving Wife, Proud Mother, and Even Prouder Grandma.

Her favorite days included camping with her family with a long standing permanent site anyone was welcome to visit at the Marsh, cheering as loud as possible for her beloved Green Bay Packers, playing with her dogs Beaner and Oliver, and dancing and singing with her grandbabies always encouraging them to “Shake It, Shake It Baby.” She lived each day loving each of us more than the last and always making sure we knew she was always the number one cheerleader in our corner.

Survivors include: Her husband: Edward “Turtle”of Kiel; Three children: Nathan (Leah), Megan (special friend: Paul Hawver), and Matthew (Cassie) all of Kiel; Four grandchildren: Owen, Elaina, Isaiah, and Adalynn; Mother: Suzy Noordyk of Plymouth; Step-mother: Sue Noordyk of Plymouth; Sister: Jennica (Al) Krebsbach of Kiel; Brother: Joel (Patti) Noordyk of Kiel; Brother: Frank Ramaker of Adell; 6 sisters-in-law, and the friends that became family: Pat, Gordy, Dawn, and Jill.

She is also survived by many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

Jodi was preceded in death by: Her father: Ronnie; Father and mother-inlaw: Glen and Gertrude Murray; Her grandparents; and Brother-in-law: Lenord. A Celebration of Jodi’s life will be held on Sunday, September 3rd from 2 pm until the bonfire goes out at the Sheboygan County Marsh Pavillion.

The family would like to offer their sincere gratitude to the Sheboygan County Sheriff’s Department and the Elkhart Lake First Responders for their time, efforts, kindness, and grace during our family’s time of need.

The Suchon Funeral Home and Cremation Services of Plymouth is assisting the family. For online condolences, please visit www.suchonfh.com


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