Lawrence Vincent O'Grady
1961 - 2017
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Lawrence Vincent O'Grady

Poulsbo, WA

December 14, 1961-February 11, 2017

We lost Larry on February 11, 2017 to the Alaska waters of the Bering Sea when his fishing vessel, Destination, went missing.

Larry was born in Seattle to Irving and Rita O'Grady in 1961. He was brother to Maureen Young, Bernadette O'Grady and Kerry O'Grady. He grew up in Edmonds and graduated from Woodway High in 1980. Soon after, he began his lifelong love of fishing that lasted over thirty years. In 2006, Larry married Gail Plummer after a seventeen year engagement.

Larry O, Lars, LarBear, Lawrence, LimoLar. Whatever you called him, he was a happy, friendly, smiley, energetic, excitable, social guy who was a BBQ and cooking enthusiast. He knew no stranger and had many friends and extended family. He will be missed immensely.

A memorial is planned on April 21, 2017 from 3-7pm at Kitsap Golf and Country Club. A GoFundMe page has been set up to benefit Larry's wife, Gail.

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Published in The Seattle Times on Mar. 19, 2017.
Memorial service
03:00 - 07:00 PM
Kitsap Golf and Country Club
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April 22, 2018
Rest in Peace dear friend & fishing partner. James McC
James McClarney
November 20, 2017
We set a Shrimp pot in your Honor Larry O Chuck Bob the guys from Western TOWBOAT and all your buddies. I plan on doing this every Shrimp season in Honor of my Shrimping best friend
JOE JOE McIntosh
April 3, 2017
I am so saddened to have lost a good fun loving friend. He always came into the Anchor Inn Lounge in Sand Point Ak. I am serving O'Grady potato salad today as he always loved my salad.
Rest easy my friend.
Hold Tight
Hold Fast
Michelle Gronholdt
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