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November 18, 2019

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November 11, 2019
Thanks for the wonderful memories and it was always a joy to see you. We will miss you greatly and hope you relish in the love of the Holy Father. May God bless you and your family in this time of need.
November 9, 2019
Larry was a good friend for many years, rodeoing, golfing and working. The patriarch of a really wonderful family. He loved his family. I miss him now and will miss him for the rest of my life. The golf course will be a lonely place for me now without him. One of the last times we played he mentioned that the day was the anniversary of Shirley passing away. It still brought tears to his eyes and he had to skip that hole and gather himself for the next one. They are together now and he has no more reason for tears.

Mike Smith
November 9, 2019
Larry was an awesome guy. Always could put a smile on your face.
November 7, 2019
Nikki and family, This just breaks my heart to see this. But then I rejoice that your dad is back with your mom and our Lord and Savior. I've enjoyed all the years working (at the dental office) on and visiting with your dad listening to his stories and him talk about his love for his family. A true gentleman, and cowboy for sure! Over the last 3.5 years we ran into each other at the mailboxes and would visit. I told him one day I will live down there and was so excited to move in the same neighborhood, He was there to comfort me when I lost my parents, always had a smile and kind word for everyone. Cherish the memories and carry on with your dreams... know that Larry (and Shirley too) love and are so proud of each of you.
Your all in my thoughts and prayers
Teresa Johnson
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