Larry Eugene "Big Daddy" Frye (1950 - 2019)

  • "Bonnie, you know how much I loved Larry and how much I have..."
    - kay Whetzel
  • "Sending all our love. Larry was a good, hardworking man who..."
    - Crystal and Martha Spitler
  • "Bonnie and Family We loved that "Big Guy" and we have such..."
    - Delia poole
  • "May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow."
    - Butch & Lenore Kuykendall
  • "So sorry for your loss."
    - Carolyn May
Service Information
Heishman Funeral Home, Valley Funeral Home Branch
14116 S. Middle Rd.
Edinburg, VA

Larry Eugene "Big Daddy" Frye, 68, of Mt. Jackson, passed away Tuesday, May 14, 2019 at Blue Ridge Hospice in Winchester.
A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.

Mr. Frye was born July 11, 1950 in New Market, son of the late Ripley Eugene Frye and Fern Weatherholtz Frye.

He was a carpenter, and a member of Mt. Jackson Moose Lodge and New Market Eagles.

He was preceded in death by a sister, Carolyn Shirkey; and brothers, Doug and Ronnie Frye.

Larry is survived by his wife, Bonnie Lou Poole Frye, whom he married May 25, 1991; four children, Michael Everette Kohrt and wife Lisa of Bristow, Jonathan Scott Kohrt of Culpeper, Shawn Christopher Poole and wife Christie of Killeen, TX, and Brandy Poole Lara and husband Matias of Mt. Jackson; two sisters, Patricia Showman and husband Ray of Woodstock, and Ellen Hepner and husband Rick of Mt. Jackson; and four grandchildren, Storm and Noah Kohrt, Brandon Poole, and Laurena Lara.

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Blue Ridge Hospice, 333 W. Cork, Suite 405 Street, Winchester, VA 22601.

Larry was a dedicated family man and enjoyed spending time with his friends and working on his cars.

He was a silent angel to many people in need, showing up with his tools to help any way he could.

Online condolences may be left at

Cremation arrangements are in the care of Heishman Funeral Home Inc., Valley Funeral Service Branch, Bowmans Crossing.

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Published in Northern Virginia Daily on May 16, 2019
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