In Memory

Larry Long - Class Of 1964

Larry Long

Deceased Classmate: Larry Long (1964)
Date Of Birth: 04 -26-46
Date Deceased: 10-28-10
Age at Death: 64
Cause of Death: Brain Tumor
Classmate City: Gerald
Classmate State: MO
Classmate Country: USA
Survived By: Debi Stanley Long (wife)


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10/30/10 04:57 PM #1    

Sue Ferreira (Nunes) (1967)

Sent to me from Larrys wife Debi:

On October 28, 2010 my beloved husband Larry passed away. Larry had served proudly in the US Navy from 1964 to 1968. He worked at United Airlines for 33 years. Retired in November of 2001 and we moved to Gerald Missouri in 2002. Larry loved riding his Harley's which he had 3 of. He leaves behind a wife, Debi, of 20 years, 2 son, Chris and Scott, 4 grand children, Brad, Austin, Brodie and Bethie. He was laid to rest at Jefferson Barracks in St Louis. He will be deeply missed.

11/09/10 05:21 PM #2    

Linda Roderick (1964)

Larry was really cool back then so sorry to hear of his dead. I remenber him driving around all the time on Pacific and Orchard use to see him all over the place, Always had a smile on his face never seen him mad what a guy. I use to think he though he was a Mexican always low riding. Just a all and all good guy. He will be miss and hope his wife is doing good. A great family

Linda Roderick

07/04/12 12:50 AM #3    

Noel Lubker (Mumford) (1964)

Larry was my date for our 9th grade dance, mostly because my BFF Bonnie Bone was going steady with Larry's friend, Tom Burkett.  He was the proverbial nice guy and was exceedingly polite, probably a good dancer, too, but I don't remember for sure....we'll give him credit for that, though.  In 2010 Tom Burkett found me and Bonnie on Facebook and the three of us had a wonderful get together.  It was shortly after that when Tom told me of Larry's passing.  It felt kind of like the death of John Lennon before the Beatles had a chance to have a reunion.   I have the picture of the four of us at the dance so Larry will always have a place in my heart and memory.  My most sincere condolences to Larry's beautiful wife Debi. 

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