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By admin | January 26th, 2018

Former DirPA Maj. Gen. Terry Murray died

Maj. Gen. Terry Murray

Maj. Gen. Terry Murray

A belated but sad note: Maj. Gen. Terry Murray, who served as the Corps’ Director of Public Affairs in the mid 1990s, died at home on June 17, 2017 and was buried at Arlington National Cemetery on Aug. 31, 2017.

Cause of death was coronary artery disease. He was 72.

The general was awarded two Bronze Stars with Combat “V” and a Purple Heart for combat in Vietnam and, later, commanded the 15th Marine Expeditionary Force. Besides his PAO turn, the former infantry battalion commander was posted stateside as a writer for the Marine Corps Historical Branch, as the Corps’ Senate Liaison Officer and as Director of the Marine Reserve.

He received a master’s degree in public communication from Fordham University.

The Allendale, N.J. native was an All-American honorable mention as a Navy tailback and was Honor Graduate of Army Ranger School prior to deploying to Southeast Asia.

(Obituary and photo courtesy U.S. Naval Academy Alumni Association.)

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