Larry Edwin Telfer

Sacramento, California

Aug 21, 1936 – Nov 27, 2018


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Larry Edwin Telfer, loving husband, father, and friend died peacefully November 27, 2018 in the loving embrace of his wife Margaret and surrounded by the love of family and friends. Born August 21, 1936 to Thomas Telfer and Margaret (Zollars) Telfer, Larry spent the first 18 years of his life in...

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Uncle Larry was such a wonderful person. Although we haven't seen each other in many years, all of you have still been in my thoughts and prayers. I am so sorry and thinking of and praying for you, Margie, Lori and Jill.

Margaret, I am sorry for your loss. You are missed in Juneau that is for sure. You were such a shiny spot in my existence. Love Alway

Margaret, I am very sorry to hear of your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

Served with Larry while stationed in Juneau. One of his talents was the ability to listen and share his experiences.

Larry was always a person known in the community of Juneau and Douglas. A friendly, kind, wonderful man. I have a deep love for Lori and David and wish them peace and comfort. I would love to hear from them via IG or FB. My heartfelt condolences go out to the family and friends and all affected by this loss. The world has lost a good man. Thank you, Larry and family for your service to our country, most of all!

My heart is with all of Larry's family. I will always appreciate all Larry taught me in real estate. I respected him so very much. Such happy memories of working with and for him at Re/max. Thankful for his service to his country and that I was able to be a friend as well as a co-worker. Peace and Comfort and may all our memories bring us more smiles then tears.

Our thoughts and prayers are with you Margaret, sorry for your loss!

I am so sorry to hear this news. Larry was a great teacher and mentor. He encouraged me to branch out and reach for goals I never would have dreamed of on my own. I am so sorry for your loss, Margaret. He was a good man who meant a lot to me.

My times with Larry brought joy into my day. Margaret, you are both in my prayers.