Larry-Riddle-Obituary

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Larry Riddle

Decatur, Alabama

Mar 26, 1958 – Mar 25, 2014

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So much more than a brother n law. More like a big brother. I will miss you terribly. You have been a wonderful uncle to both of my sons. We love you!

My Father always had a way of making the time that had passed seem like mere moments and that all that matter was now. As a child I felt he was the biggest and strongest man in the world. His hands were the biggest I still had ever seen and he always said that's why his hugs were the best around. The guidance he gave me about what life was really about is how I've tried to live me life. He said to me to be good to my family and if they were friends that made them family. He told me not to...

My Uncle Larry.......Our "Man of Steel"

Since a little girl, I would just sit in his lap. I say "since" because I still do! He always had something to bring us girls. He always made sure we had when he was around. He was a quite man. Don't get me wrong, he told some stories, was very adventurous, and would whoop your tail for messing with any of his family....... Other than all those fishing trips, my fondest memory as a young girl was when he came to granny's and took me, my sisters and cousins to town. We walked...

My Uncle Larry Riddle.....Our "Man of Steel"

Sorry for the loss of your loved one May The Lord comfort you at this time my deepest regrets. Kevin Mullican

My sincere sympathy to the family for the loss of your dear loved one. May you find peace and comfort in Psalms 65:2. Again my deepest sympathy.

Please accept my condolences. I have not seen Larry in several years, but he was a good friend.

O Larry! What a sweet man. He did love to cook and share food with people. He would be planning out his garden right now. He would have about 30 8ft tall tomato plants.

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Arrangements under the direction of Roselawn Funeral Home and Cemetery, Decatur, AL.

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