Thomas Murray posted a condolence
Wednesday, June 30, 2021
A true gentleman in every sense of the word. I cannot remember a single time in my life that I encountered “Bucky” without him greeting me with both a smile and firm handshake and then asking me how I was doing, how the rest of my family members were, and what I had planned for the future this always demonstrating his true and heartfelt concern for the well being of others around him. As others have previously stated, a true old guard “Princetonian” who gave of himself for the good of others, made positive change, and served his hometown and community with both a sense of pride and passion seldom seen anymore, always looking for ways to make things better for those he cared for. He will be missed by all that knew him. On behalf of the entire Murray Family, please accept our deepest and most heartfelt condolences. - Sgt Thomas R. Murray III, Princeton PD
Michael V Skillman posted a condolence
Monday, June 28, 2021
"Bucky" was a part of my life since I was an infant. I have photo of him holding me when about 7-8 months old in the front yard of my parents first home on Franklin Avenue. In 1959 he was my P.B.A. baseball league coach on the Engine Company #1 team. He worked for my fathers painting company for a few years and was who my father put me with to teach a young pre-teen boy how to paint. Later during his career at Princeton University he was a loyal customer with us at Morris Maple & Son. One of the items I received from my father's estate is a piece of an artillary shell repurposed into an ash tray and inscribed Memory Korea from Bucky, 1951, 25th Div, SV Btry, 64th FA. Although I never smoked, it is still used in my home today as a paper weight. I always will have fond memories of him. Very Sorry for your loss. Mike Skillman
Patrivk Mcmanimon posted a condolence
Sunday, June 27, 2021
I have known Bucky for 63 years. He is a true Princetonian and one of the very best our town has produced. My coach, mentor and friend. We were lucky to know him. God's speed and until we meet again may God hold you in the palm of his hand.
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Sunday, June 27, 2021
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