Larry L. Bornschlegl
1943 - 2021

Larry L. Bornschlegl

October 4, 1943 - February 12, 2021

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Published by Lincoln Journal Star on Feb. 16, 2021.
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We hauled bails, gleaned corn on a day the temperature never much exceeded 0. Built grain bins together. Whatever we did it was always more fun when Larry was involved. Condolences and Prayers
Marjatta and Fred Lapcheska
February 18, 2021
Hard to express my sorrow over your loss of such a great guy! Mr. B was a wonderful person and an amazing principal. He faced challenges head on with integrity and always supported his staff and students. His smile was infectious and he continued to contribute to athletics and education even in retirement. He spoke of “Shirl” in the most loving ways. I cherish fond memories of him. My deepest condolences to his family.
Marje Little
February 18, 2021
Sorry to hear about Red, we sure did have some great times at geneva. Thinking of you and family
Bob stoldorf
February 17, 2021
When Larry played HIgh School Basketball for Geneva, I played for Aurora. We guarded each other several times and we developed a friendship. He was a Senior and I was a Sophomore. I feel really sad about his passing. One of the Best individuals to be around. Cared about everyone. He will be missed. Sincere Condolences to his family.
Bill Zuspan
February 17, 2021
I have always enjoyed my relationships with Larry as a customer, referee, and good friend. Many good memories. Deepest sympathy to his family.
gary tuttle
February 17, 2021
So sorry to hear about Larry. Always ready to see him and talk with him about baseball at the Hall of Fame dinners.
Mark Honnor
February 16, 2021
Larry will be with our Savior
Paul Liess
February 16, 2021
So sorry to learn of Larry; a nicer, more charismatic person I have never known. He had a passion for sports, people, and life. To Shirley the extended family and friends, our hearts go out to you. John 14, verses 1-6
Lynn & Belinda Chelewski
February 16, 2021