OBITUARY: Former Kennedy Space Center computer program engineer Lee A. Murray, 85, died September 13

His character of love and strength will live on through his children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

Lee A. Murray, 85, devoted wife of her husband Bill and loving mother of four, went to join Jesus on the morning of September 13, 2022. She will always be remembered as a gentle soul who loved deeply and cared generously given.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Lee A. Murray, 85, devoted wife of her husband Bill and loving mother of four, went to join Jesus on the morning of September 13, 2022. She will always be remembered as a soul gentle who loved deeply and gave generously.

She had a tender heart for animals, cared for her plants gently, and loved her view of the ocean. She enjoyed spending time with her family and eating out at local restaurants.

Her incredible work ethic led her to become a computer programming engineer at Kennedy Space Center. She had a peaceful and graceful spirit.

As a family, we are grateful for the role model she was and the sweet memories we shared. Throughout our lives, we have seen her face many trials with strength and courage. His character of love and strength will live on through his children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

Predeceased by her parents Frank and Marjorie Roberts, her brother Ted Roberts and her sister Eve Kempski. Survived by her husband, William Murray; son, Gene Arnold Weeks II; grandson, Gene A. Weeks III (Trey) and his wife, Tracey; great-grandchildren, Taylor and Gracie; grandson, Brandon Chambers; daughter, Deborah Swenson and her husband, Ron; grandson, Cameron Green; son, David Weeks and his wife, Fran; daughter, Pam Johns and her husband, Josh; grandson, Luke Johns and his wife, Hannah; granddaughter, Autumn Diaz and her husband, Nikko; great-grandchildren, Magnolia and Morgan; grandson, Connor Johns, and grandson, Jacob Johns.

On September 24, at 10:00 a.m., we will have a celebration of life ceremony at the Beckman-Williamson Funeral Home Chapel.

Ryan H. Bowman