This site is dedicated to the loving memories of Chelsea Rose Murphy…
Chelsea Rose Murphy
Like a shooting star speeding brightly across the darkest sky which all too quickly escapes our view, Chelsea Rose Murphy passed on Monday December 29th, 2014 in a car accident in Tulsa, Oklahoma. No singular moment in time can be a true reflection of such a vibrant, fun-loving, and charismatic person, and someone who was truly a gift to her family and friends.
Chelsea Rose Murphy was born on September 27, 1991 at Hillcrest Medical Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma and beginning in that moment and the multitude of moments that followed, Chelsea pursued life to its fullest. Chelsea attended Undercroft Montessori, St. Pius, and Bishop Kelly High School. Chelsea attended three years at the University of Central Oklahoma.
Chelsea’s greatest passion in life was her family. She always found peace while letting her spirit soar on family vacations to her favorite places: Ghost Ranch, New Mexico and Colorado. Chelsea’s boundless spirit for adventure shone brightest when she rode horses with her Grandfather and competed in barrel racing.
Chelsea brought an energetic excitement to everything she did. During her high school years Chelsea’s enthusiasm was best seen on the soccer field playing for Tulsa Soccer Club and Bishop Kelly High School. She put her whole heart into taking care of others, working with the animals at the farm, and working cattle with her family. Chelsea never knew the word quit and was always willing to go first. She will be so greatly missed. Her Uncle Rick said it best, “Heaven will never be the same – the sad part is, earth won’t either”.
Chelsea’s light shined brightest upon her family who loved her – her Father, Park Murphy and Tina Lowry; her Mother, Kari Murphy and Fiancé, Scott Carr; her Brother and Sister, Joshua and Madison Murphy; Grandmother Marilyn Murphy; Aunt and Uncle, Betsy and Mark Whitmarsh, and Cousin, Chase Whitmarsh; Aunt and Uncle, Chris and Dean Rainbolt, and Uncle, Phil Butt along with so many others. Chelsea was loved by so many and will be remembered by even more.
Sister, we may have to say goodbye for now, but not forever. We love you to Heaven and back.
Peace Out for now.