MARK LAWRENCE LOMAX

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  • "Lar, I love you forever....sis"
    - Julie Lomax-Wilcox
  • "Free at last Lar, I love you forever! Sis..."
  • "We will miss you Bro."
    - Nolan Wilcox
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MARK (LARRY) LAWRENCE LOMAX Mark (Larry) Lawrence Lomax passed away on May 17th, 2017. He was the second oldest son born on November 24th, 1954, to Clyde and Lorraine Lomax in Pasco, WA. Larry attended Saint Patrick Catholic School and graduated from Pasco High School. Growing up he enjoyed snorkeling and scuba diving at Quarry Pond, hunting and all things motorcycles and guns. He spent most of his life in the Tri-Cities where he met and married the love of his life, Terri Lynn Mason. Larry and Terri had one son together, Mason Mark Lomax. Shortly after their son was born, Terri Lynn passed away on May 11th, 2002. Larry devoted his life to raising Mason, he was always involved and supportive; they were a two-man team, always together, laughing and smiling, or planning their next adventure. Larry worked for over 20 years at Sandvik Special Metals eventually retiring from Lutheran Senior Center as the Maintenance Manager. Larry was known to many for his compassionate heart, generosity, big smile, and endless family stories. He could make anyone laugh, even in the unhappiest of circumstances. Larry and his brother Jeff often spent time together reminiscing about memories and creating new ones. He is proceeded in death by his wife, Terri Lynn Mason; father, Clyde M. Lomax; mother, Lorraine R. Lomax; brother, Clyde P. Lomax; and mother-in-law, Helen F. Mason. Larry is survived by his son, Mason (Amanda) Lomax; step-daughter, Elisabeth (Jake) Holt; father-in-law, James Mason; brother, Jeff (Lisa) Lomax; sister, Juliana (Nolan) Lomax-Wilcox; grandchildren, Dylan, Lilly, Peyton, Stryker, Liam; and numerous nieces and nephews, Michael, Kristina, Saveta, Janae, Jacob, Rachel, Tyler, Austin and Aaron. Lar- we will see you in heaven and look forward to being together for eternity. We love you!
Published in Tri-City Herald on June 1, 2017