Frank-Lary-Obituary

Frank Lary

Apr 10, 1930 – Dec 13, 2017 (Age 87)

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NORTHPORT – Frank Lary, age 87, of Northport, Ala. died December 13, 2017. Services will be 2 p.m. Saturday, December 16, 2017, at Magnolia Chapel Funeral Home North with Bro. Alan Roggli presiding. Burial will follow in Tuscaloosa Memorial Park with Magnolia Chapel Funeral Home North directing....

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We want to thank all of you for your comments, condolences and prayers during the difficult time of the passing of our father. It means so much to us.
The Children of Frank Lary

May the God of all comfort be with family and loved ones.

To the family of Mr. Lary: Please know that you are in our hearts and prayers; and for sure, our Heavenly Father who will be with you always and will comfort you always. Peace!!! m.g.

May the hearer of our prayers grant you peace from above
For he cares for you

May the God of all comfort be with family and loved ones.

My sincere condolences to Frank's family. Frank and Al were very kind to me when I was a kid. They took me out hunting and were very patient with me. Also, a number of years later, I was lucky to be able to visit them again when they played bluegrass for us. I appreciated their love of life and their wonderful sense of humor. (My dad William Lary Sr. always thought the world of them too. He admired them both for their athletic abilities as well as their kindness.

John Lary

So Sorry to read about the loss of your loved one. Death is never easy regardless of ones age and Psalms 90: 10 shows how he lived a long life of special mightiness from God. Keep the many, many memories of your loved one close in your hearts and minds and cherish them forever. May the comfort of God be with you all during this time of grief.

I am so sorry for your loss. Losing a loved one is one of the hardest things to deal with.
May God's comfort bring relief and may you feel comforted by the love and support of family and friends at this time of sorrow.

I remember going to his home on several occasions and awing at the staircase made of baseball bats. Peace and love to his children with whom I grew up.