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Larry L. Walker

Larry L. Walker

November 1, 1939 – March 28, 2018

Arrangements pending, complete notice later.

 

 

5 Comments

  • Robert Stammeyer Posted April 1, 2018 6:49 pm

    To Larry’s Family and Friends our deepest sympathies we had the honor to spend time with Larry and enjoyed him from our very first meeting. Larry really had a knack for being in the moment living his life to the fullest. We will always remember his joy he had whether riding a horse or sitting on an antique tractor his special and unique personality will always have a spot in our hearts we miss you and love you Larry. Ride on Cowboy rest in peace our friend. Bob and Karen Stammeyer Onondaga Michigan.

  • Joe and Arlene Spivey Posted April 14, 2018 1:27 pm

    Larry is already missed by so many. An active member of our Westside Community Group family, he always had a smile and time to talk.. No one had a better will to live, fighting spirit and gentle nature despite numerous physical challenges. We’ll remember him as a proud veteran with a humble heart.

  • JIM AND KAREN PICHT Posted April 15, 2018 4:58 pm

    Larry was an inspiration to us. To attend class when he could, even through you could tell he had a good reason not to come. He was quiet, and I know we would have all liked to have known him better. We recognized and appreciated his service to our country.

  • Jack and Jeanene Dodge Posted April 17, 2018 1:28 pm

    As a member of our Bible study class we remember and appreciate Larry’s faithful attendance when health permitted. He modeled the gentle, quiet spirit reflective of Christ’s follower. He was a model for us all. We are grateful he is at peace with our Lord..

  • Rick & Kay whitaker Posted April 17, 2018 7:37 pm

    Rick & I were so sad to hear of Larry’s passing. Larry was such a good guy and so good to my sister, He will be missed by us all. Had some good vacation memories with him & Ann at our house. Then the Black Hills would win out. 🙂 More horses and closer to Omaha. I know they had some really good times there. Larry we will miss you, I know you are riding a horse in the sky.

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