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October 19, 1952 - February 8, 2024

Memorial Service: 2 PM Friday, February 16, 2024 at Living Word Lutheran Church, 800 East Southview Court, Marshall, MN

Visitation: 5-7 PM on Thursday, February 15, 2024 at Tracy Area Funeral Home

Prayer Service: 7 PM on Thursday, February 15, 2024 at Tracy Area Funeral Home

Funeral Home Tracy Area Funeral Home

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Condolences to the family, rest in peace Larry. You can finally rest; your work is done. Was always a pleasure to stop in for a quick visit with my cousin Larry. Eight or nine hours later on that quick visit I was caught up with the grandkids,,Amerit and the adventures Larry was on the past year. Larry was a special cousin, a special man that will be missed by us, by the community and so on. Sure enjoyed those yearly visits, going to miss you cousin. Doug Kirk

Posted by Doug Kirk on February 15, 2024

Condolences to Larry's family and friends. He was a great cousin, I always enjoyed visiting with him. He was always so kind to my dad, fixing his vehicles, would come get them from the farm and return to him and always took the time for a visit. He will truly be missed. Love Deb (Kirk) Saxton

Posted by deb saxton on February 14, 2024

Kathy and family- Thinking of you all and wishing you peace. Hugs and prayers. Cindy & Jeff Wallin

Posted by Cindy West-Wallin on February 14, 2024

Larry was a good man and we will miss your laughter and smiles fly high with the lord from us in Oklahoma.

Posted by Cindy Terrell on February 10, 2024

Larry liked his life and did it on his terms. He did it on his terms and would not hesitate to help out or offer his advice or opinion if he thought you might need it. His biggest enjoyment in life was his grandkids. As soon as they could fit on that golf cart, they would be given rides and tours of the village. I surely wish that it had an odometer, as I would guess that it has as many miles as my pickup, maybe! Amiret did not need a printed paper as the Fedde garage had a way of acquiring any relevant information on any and all subjects that would pertain to the folks in that area of the world. If it happened or might have happened or could happen, it would have gotten discussed in the garage. Sometimes a bit of humor could raise the attitude of a tough situation, so it was very common to find there at the shop. Many good stories were told and or retold at the 5 o clock meetings at "Fedde's", where some of the jokes may have been repeated a couple or more times. Larry fed the cats that would show up pretty regularly at his shop. He had a big heart for their welfare and he did have some favorite ones for sure. I will miss you, my friend! Your pain will be no more.

Posted by James O. Albee on February 10, 2024

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