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South Brunswick Mayor Christopher Killmurray passes away

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SOUTH BRUNSWICK -

South Brunswick is mourning the loss of its mayor, Christopher Killmurray.

Killmurray, 55, died Sunday morning at home surrounded by his family.

Killmurray became mayor just under a year ago, following the death of another beloved mayor, Frank Gambatese. 

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He led a life of public service, first elected to council back in 2003.

Killmurray was also a Rutgers graduate and a partner at a law firm. 

Many people are paying their respects on social media including the police department, who wrote on Twitter, "He was a passionate public servant who gave his all to his community and family.”

Killmurray is survived by his wife Karen and their four children. 

Funeral arrangements have not yet been made.

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