Jimmy Murray, age 82, a master cabinet maker and carpenter, of the Unicoi community, formerly of the Lost Mountain community in Greene County, passed away early Saturday peacefully at home surrounded by his family. He started his career as a Routeman for Pet Dairy before pursuing his love of woodworking with his late brother Ruble Murray at Murray's Custom Cabinets. There they utilized their skills creating and building beautiful custom cabinets known throughout the tri-state area. Jimmy ended his wood working career working with Davey Fellers at Lick Creek Kitchens.He was a veteran of the Army National Guard. He was the son of the late Fannie Walker Murray and Luther B. Murray of Chuckey. He was lovingly known as Papaw by his grandchildren. In his earlier years, he was an avid wood maker and stain glass artist, always working with his hands. He would spend countless hours in his home workshop doing what he loved. He also loved spending time outdoors working in his lawn and garden, in which he took great pride. Mr. Murray was a faithful member of New Lebanon Missionary Baptist Church in Lost Mountain. Jimmy sang in the choir and served several years as Sunday School Secretary in the church. He also served on the New Lebanon Missionary Baptist Cemetery committee for numerous years.He is survived by his wife of 42 years, Jane McNeese Murray; his daughters, Tina Sprigg and her husband Bill of Boynton Beach, FL, Tara Hensley and her husband Neil of Unicoi County; One Sister: Genevieve Bolton and her husband, Paul of the Greeneshed Community; One Sister-in-law; Maxine Murray of Greeneville, Brothers-in-law and Sisters-in-law James and Carolyn Hagood of Knoxville, Don and Linda McNeese, Jack and Marjorie Bullen of Greeneville. Granddaughters, Sera Sprigg, Katie and Ellie Hensley; One Grandson, Ben Hensley and fiancé, Blake Hall; his beloved dog Gracie. Several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in Death by his brothers, Ruble Murray and Billy Ray Murray. Special thanks to all the caregivers, friends, and family who have sent prayers and helped us throughout this time. A Memorial service and Celebration of Life will be held on Tuesday, September 19th at 5:30 pm at New Lebanon Baptist Church in Lost Mountain located at 10150 Horton Highway, Greeneville, TN 37745.The family asks in lieu of flowers a memorial gift be given to the New Lebanon Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery Fund.