Larry Eugene Clyne
Murrieta - Larry Eugene Clyne passed away peacefully on April 13th, 2021 at home in Murrieta, California.
Larry was born in St. Paul, Minnesota on January 10th, 1949 to Earl Clifford and Barbara (Dyer) Clyne. Larry and his family spent the early part of his life moving from place to place: San Bernardino, Las Vegas and, for a time, Wake Island in the South Pacific.
The family eventually settled in Sparks, Nevada where Larry attended Dilworth Middle, Traner Middle and Sparks High Schools. After high school Larry attended the University of Nevada where he acquired a degree from the School of Engineering. These idyllic school days were full of weekends and afternoons hunting, fishing, playing sports and riding horses and motorcycles with family and friends. All pastimes he would carry happily throughout his life.
In addition to lots of play there was lots of work. Starting with newspaper routes and bucking hay, Larry found his way into surveying and construction like his father with whom he formed E and L Construction. Together, and with Larry's brother Greg, they built many private homes in the Truckee Meadows. Later Larry worked for Q and D Construction as Project Manager and eventually for Loeb Enterprises where he was Construction Supervisor for all of Wingfield Springs and both Red Hawk Golf Courses.
Most importantly on the 4th of July in 1971 Larry met the love of his life, Robyn Munn on the beach at Lake Lahontan. They were married that December at Trinity Episcopal Church in Reno, Nevada. This year marks their 50th of marriage.
Together they had two sons, Joshua Paul and Benjamin Seth.
Larry is preceded in eternity by his father Earl, mother Barbara, brother Earl, Jr., brother Carlo Bianchi and sister Sherry.
He is survived by his wife Robyn, son Josh and his wife Kelly (Clark), son Ben and his wife Heidi (Saban), his brother Greg (wife Janiese) and his brother Rick (husband Jeff), his brother-in-law Wally Johnson, many nieces and nephews and 6 grandchildren: Jaccoa, Iris, Sarenne, Davis, Guthrie and Hollis, who were his greatest joy.
Celebration of life to be held at a future date.
Published in the Reno Journal-Gazette and Mason Valley News from Apr. 20 to Apr. 25, 2021.