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Murray  Muhammad

Murray Muhammad

May 7, 1956 - April 5, 2019

The dapper Murray Muhammad, 63, was a true fashionista, born in Detroit, Michigan, became a lifetime resident of San Francisco, CA, passed away at the comfort of his own home surrounded by his family on April 5, 2019. <br /> <br /> Murray was a strong activist for his community and he deeply believed in helping others. He was a lifetime Omega Que Psi Phi, proudly representing his fraternity. He was a hardworking and top-ranking FOI for 38 years, making "14th and Broadway" his landmark for selling The Final Calls and bean pies. For over 18 years, he was a well-known business owner of "When Harlem Was in Vogue" a vintage and memorabilia store located in Downtown Oakland, an affiliate of Geoffrey's Inner Circle. He lived, breathed, and helped others to operate by the motto "do for self". <br /> <br /> Murray was an aficionado, he presented a wealth of knowledge around "The Black Power Revolution", delivered great innovation within the community, and surrounded himself with influential leaders and movers, such as Harry Belafonte, Dick Gregory, Dr. Joseph Marshall, Dr. Yousef Bey, Angela Davis, Jim Brown, Mayor Ron Dellums, Mayor Willie Brown, Mayor London Breed, Councilman Geoffrey Pete, and Minister Christopher Muhammad, just to name a few. <br /> <br /> Murray is survived by his beloved wife, Renita of 26 years; and a proud of father of 3 incredible sons, Ismaaeel Muhammad, Ibraheem Muhammad & Ishaaq Muhammad; parents, Mable Jones (late George Jones) & Dr. Murray (Faye) Callier; sisters, Krystal Dawson & Mona Callier (Jermaine) Johnson; a loving niece, Honour Dawson; and extended family.

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Duggan's Funeral Home

3434 17th St, San Francisco, CA

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