Lawrence Dean Mayberry

Ellensburg, Washington


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Lawrence "Larry" Dean Mayberry, 82, of Ellensburg, Washington passed away January 11, 2018, surrounded by family at his home.Larry was born on October 15, 1935 in Topeka, Kansas. He moved with his family to Ellensburg in 1948, where his father, Marshall Mayberry, taught botany at CWU for many...

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My condolences to the Mayberry family - especially Scott & Robin, and Gail. From knowing you three, I know your father was a kind, considerate and great man.

I was surprised to hear of Mr Mayberry's passing and send my condolences to his family. Mr Mayberry was my teacher in 6th & 7th grade as well, and my favorite! Although I hated social studies as a kid, I loved having him for a teacher. I remember a few years back I was surprised when I went to a yard sale and discovered I was at his house! He was happy to chat with me, and remembered me from school with a big smile! He will be remembered always, and truly missed. R.I.P. Mr Mayberry

Jan and Family,
I was so sorry to read about Larry!
Know that my thoughts are with you all.
Larry was never without a smile whether it be at school or at the bowling alley. He was one of the good guys!!
Wishing you all the most wonderful of memories - he will always be with you.

Mr.Berry my 7th grade teacher in the mid 70s,so sorry for family loss he, taught me a lot about history and respected him and lived a lot of my life of what I was taught by him RIP

Larry and I go back a long way. My husband Gerry was in the class of 53 with Larry. Later I had the good fortune to work with Larry at Morgan for eleven years. He taught all five of my children. He was always so pleasant and had a smile on his face and a great sense of humor. He was one of the good guys and I will miss seeing him around town. Job well done Larry. My condolences to Jan and the family.

Larry was my teacher at Morgan always enjoyed him, fun teacher. then working for the school district I got to see Larry as a person instead of a teacher, we were on the same bowling team on Monday nights also. then I would see Larry at Central football games. I will miss seeing him around.

I am so sorry for your loss. He was my teacher in 6th and 7th grade. I really liked him. He really was a great teacher.

Mr. Mayberry was my 7th Grade teacher. He was a great teach whom filled my thirst for learning.

I stopped by his house a few years back, I was on my motorcycle. I was surprised that he used to ride one for years.

I also learned that he had served in the USA/USAF. Thanks for your sacrifices Mr. Mayberry.

I often find it difficult to stand in the great shadows that so many of my teachers made.