Remembering Harold F. Murphy, Jr.
The Boston Chapter of ASIS wishes to extend our deepest condolences to the family, friends, and colleagues of Harold F. Murphy Jr., who passed away suddenly on March 31, 2020.
Harold was a lifelong Cambridge resident and a 1956 graduate of Rindge Technical High School in Cambridge. He would go on to serve his country as a United State Marine and later serve his community as a member of the Cambridge Police Department. Harold spent 37 years with the Cambridge Police Department, retiring in 2002 at the rank of Superintendent. Harold continued his career of service with his time in the Boston Chapter of ASIS.
Harold was always an integral part of the chapters success, whether it was providing guidance or support to Chapter leadership year after year or serving as a mentor for new members. He served in the role of Law Enforcement Liaison for over a decade and was the Ewers award recipient in 2011. Harold has been an active member of ASIS for 40 plus years and has made amazing contributions to the chapter with his time and talents! Harold will be remembered for the respect and admiration he achieved from his peers and colleagues.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, services for Harold will be held at a later date.
The Boston Chapter plans to form a committee to aid the creation of ways for the chapter to honor the legacy Harold leaves behind. Harold was a true gentleman and he will be greatly missed by all.