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Larry Antonio "Debo" Austin

Richmond, Virginia

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To the love of my life I love an miss u so much my life will never b the same you will always have my heart r.I.p my slugga boy....

RIP DEBO.. U WAS A COOL NEIGHBOR MANE ITS CRAZY NOT SEEJN U OUTSIDE CHEEZ'N SHOWIN DA GOLDS! MISS U MANE

RIP DEBO Its very hard at times like this to not question god why must good people die so young.you will never be forgotten. your in gods hands now. Im sure your watching from above lots of memories of you I will cherish and your family will forever be in my heart and prayers "slugger boy"! RIP

To the Austin Family
The LORD also will be a refuge for the oppressed, a refuge in times of trouble.
(Psalm 9:9)

Almighty God, thank thee for the job of this day.
May we find gladness in all its toil and difficulty,
its pleasure and success,
and even in its failure and sorrow.
We would look always away from ourselves,
and behold the glory and the need of the world
that we may have the will and the strength to bring
the gift of...

Seem like just yesterday, we was all chillin round Brookfield. Now you gone in the blink of a eye. It don't seem real without you here. You will always be my in my heart. Love you, R.i.p Debo you will be missed.

18 years of friendship, you will be truly miss.

To the Austin Family. You are all in prayers. Cant believe my homie gone. I shall keep his memories alive. You will be missed and loved. Forever Debo !!

All tho There are no words that can ease your pain, my heart goes out to the family with deepest sympathy may god be with you all durning your time of sorrow.
The Richardson family

TO the AUSTIN FAMILY just want to send my condolences I had just met Debo when I moved down here in January he had a great personality didnt mind helping anyone out if he could,was fun to be around. PRAYING FOR YOUR FAMILY S.I.P DEBO WILL NEVER FOR GET YOU

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Funeral Services for Larry Antonio Austin will be held Thursday, May 30, 2013, 12 noon, at Brunson's Funeral Chapel, 1st and Federal Streets. Interment Oakwood Cemetery. Robert M. Brunson, Jr., Mortician.

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