Capt. Larry Spencer Doyle U.S.N. (Ret.)

Eureka, California


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Captain LARRY SPENCER DOYLE, USN, Ret., of Nevada City, took his final flight on Sunday, June 29. He was 62. He was a gracious husband, father, grandfather and friend who was always willing and able to help.

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My deepest sympathies to Larry's family. I knew him from his days at Commander, Naval Air Forces, where he was the Force Inspector General. He was an extremely fine man, a fair man, loving and concerned father, a friend to all, a true gentleman. God bless his loving family and God rest his soul.

Don and Sue Fennessey send their deepest condolences. Larry and Judy have been special friends since Navy flying days in Lemoore in the 1980's. They set the example of the quintessential Navy family, inspiring all of us. Their legacy continues with their fine family.

The Hitchko Family wishes to send sincerest condolences to the family of Captain Larry Doyle. I never had the opportunity to meet Larry, but my parents (Dr. Michael & Marion Hitchko) and me knew Ruth and Ed. Infact, on several occasions, more than thirty years ago, Ed offered his cabin at Diamond Lake to my parents and me. I still remember that beautiful spot after all these years. Both my parents are now deceased. I very much enjoyed reading about Larry's accomplishments and...

I worked with Larry at the old Baza'r store in Eureka in 1966, as well as going to Humboldt State with him. He was brilliant, fun to work with, and a good friend. At the time he lived on Old Arcata Road, and I used to love to visit and ride in the off road vehicle he had built. It had two in line 4 speed transmissions and dual tires. We could go anywhere and had a lot of fun. I have many other fond memories of a great man. You have my deepest sympathy in your loss.