Ursula Jahn Murden

  • Born: December 16, 1928
  • Died: November 25, 2017
  • Location: Williamsburg, Virginia

Tribute & Message From The Family

Ursula was born on December 16, 1928 and passed away on Saturday, November 25, 2017.

Ursula was a resident of Williamsburg, Virginia at the time of passing.

Visitation will be on Tuesday, November 28, 2017 at Bucktrout Funeral Home, 4124 Ironbound Road, Williamsburg from 5:00pm-7:00pm. A memorial service will be held to celebrate her life at St. Stephen Lutheran Church, 612 Jamestown Road, Williamsburg, on Wednesday, November 29, at 2pm., followed by a reception..

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be given to the St. Stephen Lutheran Church's Building Fund, 612 Jamestown Road, Williamsburg, 23185 or the Williamsburg Regional Library's Murden Perpetual Book Fund, 7770 Croaker Road, Williamsburg, Virginia 23188.


Condolence & Memory Journal

Ursula J. Murden was a valued member of the League of Women Voters. In addition to serving as an officer, she often regularly participated in their Great Decisions Program. Her presence in the organization will be sorely missed by myself and other League members.

Posted by Patricia A. Hood - Williamsburg, VA   December 02, 2017

Ursula and Bob were great assets to the Williamsburg community. Their energy and vitality were contagious! Ursula's untiring volunteer efforts benefitted so many organizations including the Williamsburg Regional Library and League of Women Voters. She will be missed indeed. My condolences to her family.

Posted by Judy Fuss - Williamsburg, VA   November 29, 2017

You were my aunt, and I am so grateful for our contacts during the last 20 years...

Rest in peace, I will never forget you

Your niece
Gaby

Posted by A friend   November 29, 2017

In memory of Tante Ushi from the Smolinskis

Posted by Michelle Smolinski - Covington, LA - Family Friend   November 28, 2017

I will always remember the famous Murden parties. The adults would get together in the front room and party and dance as we kids looked on from the doorway. Tante Ushi will always be young in my memory of her in her party attire, dancing away. What a dancer she was. What fun we had with our "cousins". I miss her kindness, her love, her enormous vitality.

Posted by Michelle Smolinski - Covington, LA - Family Friend   November 28, 2017

Candle

In loving memory of Tante Ushi. I always picture her at the famous Murden parties. We kids would watch the adults from the doorway in their party attire. She is forever young in my memory and a great dancer. We had such fun with our "cousins". Always remember twisting to "Java". What a wonderful character.!

Posted by Jerry, Michelle, Alexander Smolinski - Covington, LA - Family Friend   November 28, 2017

I am so sorry I never really got to know Ursula. She was a wonderful person, and did such good work for the sake of others. My thoughts and condolences are with you all.

Posted by Annne Benjamin    November 28, 2017

Such a beautiful woman inside and out. Always wanted to make life a little better for everyone. She will be missed.

Posted by Peg Bradshaw - Fredericksburg, VA   November 27, 2017

Posted by Peg Bradshaw - Fredericksburg, VA   November 27, 2017

Ursula was always so cheerful and supportive of Williamsburg Regional Library and its staff. She definitely made the world a better place!

Posted by Kirstin Steele - Charleston, SC   November 27, 2017