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Captain Tim Murray Memorial Fundraiser


by Marine-Pilots.com - published on 8 August 2020 691 -

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Anthony Arena and Bill Bartsch organize this fundraising:
"Captain Tim Murray of the Sandy Hook Pilots was a cherished member of the maritime community. Help us in remembering him. All money raised goes to flowers for the wake, gifts to the family, and memorial stones on the quad at Fort Schulyer."

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