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Larry D. Abbott

September 28, 1943 - March 24, 2015

U.S. Veteran
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Posted by:
Jimmy and Leila Hodge

We were sorry to hear about Larry. Jimmy worked with him at the Beef Plant for many years. You are in our prayers.

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Dina Johnson Ridley

Loved Larry. So sad that I only got to know him through caring for him at Community Hospital . I am blessed to have known him. Prayers to his family. I will cherish the afghan he made for me .

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Britt Harmon

Larry didn't know a stranger. He was always the first one to speak to you and he loved to laugh. I will miss that. Don't make them like Larry anymore. Rest in Rabbit

Posted by:
Ronda Lingerfelt

Larry was such a great guy and will be missed by the entire community indeed. I will dearly miss being called "Kymm" followed by that ornery laugh of his. May wonderful memories be of great comfort to you all!

Posted by:
Joyce Kemerling

Sorry for your loss:( It has been years since I last saw Larry. I was married to Dick Kemerling. Did not know Larry as well as Bill,Moody and Helen. Spent sometime at the bar outside of Fairfax:) Had alot of good times there and the memories are great! Dick and I had a party there after we were married and have some good pictures. Dick also had the bar for a time before he passed away. I guess I don't need to tell my life story lol I just wanted to say how sorry I'am for your loss. RIP Larry:)

Posted by:
Tam Curfman

Remembering Larry today and all the good times we had when we lived in Rock Port. My best to all of you in this time of grief and loss. Tam

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Margo Sherry Jones Taylor

My brothers and sister and I have fond memories of Larry and his family growing up in Shenandoah.so sorry to hear of his passing but happy he had a wonderful life with his family! May he RIP. Margo

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Buel Dean Needs

I am so sorry to hear of your loss.....many great times with Larry and my Dad...fishing, hunting......he was a great friend to my father and always made me laugh....

Posted by:
Barbara Jones Meiners

I am so sorry for your loss. Larry was a classmate from the Class of 61. He was always fun to be around. I know from experience that as the days pass, you will be comforted by the many memories you have of Larry. He will always be with you in Spirit. May God Bless you and be with you at this time. Most Sincerely, Barbara (Jones) Meiners

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Cecelia Giesken Hintz

So sorry to hear of Larry's passing. Our condolences & prayers are with you & your family.

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Jim and Peggy Rader

Diana, Larry was a good friend of mine in high school. We had many good times together. I really enjoyed getting together with him at the 50th class reunion.

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Sharon Browning Womach

So sorry to hear of Larrys passing. Will always remember the great times we had in school. A great guy.

Posted by:
Marsha Straub

Dearest Diane and Family, my sincere condolences and sympathy for your loss. Larry was an all around caring good guy. With kindness, Marsha Straub (Younger).

Posted by:
Viola Hendrickson

I will always remember Larry's devotion to his wife Diane and their family. They enjoyed fishing and he hunting with his boys & grandchildren. He had a great sense of humor. An honest, caring person & true friend to many. They enjoyed life & all things. The Abbott family was truly blessed. He will be sorely missed by many. God Bless each of you.

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Shirlee (Gilchrist) Lisle

To the family of Larry Abbott--I am so sorry to hear of Larry's passing. We were classmates at Shenandoah, Iowa before the family moved. I fondly remember his smile, his laugh and sense of humor and how he was a friend to everyone. He will be missed.. Prayers for the family at this difficult time.

Posted by:
Hollister Family

Eric, Sorry to learn of your family loss , Larry will always be remembered as a avid outdoorsman and a friend. May GOD grace shine on you in your time of sorrow.

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Robert Leisman

Sorry to hear of Larrys passing... Bob Leisman family

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John Whitehill

I fondly remember Larry and his family while they lived in Shenandoah before moving to Rock Port. I wish to extend my sincere condolences to the entire family.

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Deanna Berning

Diane, and family, I am so sorry to hear that Larry has passed. He was one of my favorite patients to care for. I loved giving him a hard time. We shared some good laughs together. Larry will always hold a special place in my heart. I will always think of him when I cover my daughter up at night with his afghan that he made all the nurses.