LARRY ALAN EATON

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LARRY ALAN EATON Larry Alan Eaton passed away peacefully in his home on June 7, 2017 in Kennewick, Washington. Larry was born in a small town in Montana in 1953 to Bill and Betty Eaton and grew up in Three Forks, Montana. Larry is survived by his two sisters Lynda Eaton (Melody Fearn) and Tami Moulton (Rial Moulton), step-daughter Heather Hanke and step-grandchildren, Kevin Eaton-Beirly, Janie Eaton-Beirly, Amy Peterson, and Isabella Bliss. Larry's wife, Janie, and step-daughter, Tammy Brown predeceased him. Larry was a long-time resident of Kennewick. A talented and creative wood artisan, Larry owned and operated the business Precision Cabinets for over twenty years in Pasco. His beautiful craftsmanship exists in many homes in the area. In 2000 the business burned to the ground in a record-breaking Benton County fire. Larry felt blessed by this fire and saw it as an opportunity to change his life! He immediately retired, purchased a BMW motorcycle and set out for years of fun and adventure traveling all over the United States. Larry was proud of the fact that he logged 20-30K miles on his motorcycle every year. People who knew Larry, or rode with him, knew that he was happiest when he was on a ride, and even happier if the ride included any speed "over a buck". Despite his love for speed, his favorite past times were peaceful and in nature. A very spiritual man, Larry's heart was always in Montana. He loved the outdoors, fishing, visiting with friends and family and just sitting by the lake with a good beer for hours on end. Larry was one of the best story-tellers, providing outrageous tales and hours of laughs for all. Larry will be missed by many who called him a good friend, dad, brother, uncle and Mr. Fix it. Always available to drop anything to listen, help, or just ride...he will be in many hearts forever. There will be a Celebration of Larry's Life at: The Hampton Inn, 486 Bradley Blvd., Richland on Saturday, June 17 @ 3:30 p.m.
Published in Tri-City Herald on June 13, 2017