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Duckworth, Lawrence L.

Duckworth, Lawrence L.

July 2, 1940 — July 23, 2018

Service: 10AM, Monday, July 30, 2018 at Park Lawn Funeral Home

Visitation: 9-10AM, Monday, July 30, 2018 at Park Lawn Funeral Home

Burial in Mt. Olivet Cemetery

Service Information

Service: 10AM, Monday, July 30, 2018 at Park Lawn Funeral Home

Visitation: 9-10AM, Monday, July 30, 2018 at Park Lawn Funeral Home

Burial in Mt. Olivet Cemetery

Duckworth, Lawrence L.'s Guestbook

So Sorry for your loss Pam and family. Prayers and thoughts for you and your family

Bev Robertson

Dad, You were an amazing, loving caring father. Love you! Pamela

Pamela A. Caldwell

Larry, you were such a GREAT guy with a super positive attitude and crazy sense of humor...Just thinking of you puts a smile on my face, while the tears roll down in missing you!! My deepest sympathies to your wife Janet and your children and grandchildren!! You will be missed!!!!

Marcia Olson

Larry will be remembered as a witty and fun loving guy and somewhat of a prankster at times...especially during family gatherings at Christmas at my Mother's house. (yes I know who else hid Grandma's cheesecake under the sofa...but not naming any names..LOL) I prefer to remember him like he was in the good times, but there are no words to express my sadness at his passing, and my heartfelt sadness and condolences to my sister Janet, and to the daughters, Pam, Lorie, Valerie, and Jackie, who loved their Daddy so much! My Prayers and condolences are with you, and to extended family and friends. Rest in Eternal Peace, Dear Brother. I hope to see you someday in Eternity. Debra (Debbie) Willoughby Longchamps William Longchamps Braymer, MO

Debra (Debbie) Willoughby Longchamps

There are few words to express my sadness. Larry was always cracking a joke or had something witty to say, and was somewhat of a prankster. I prefer to remember you just like that, and recall the good times with family gatherings on Christmas at my mother's house. My sincerest sympathy goes out to Janet, my sister and the four daughters, Pam, Lorie, Valerie and Jackie, and also extended family who knew Larry. He will be greatly missed. Rest Eternally in Peace, brother. We love you and hope to see you again in eternity. Debbie Willoughby Longchamps and Wm. Longchamps Braymer, MO

Debra (Debbie) Willoughby Longchamps

DAD? Where did you go? You left your computer on and a half eaten candy bar on your desk. I miss you.

Lorie L. Faulkner

To the most caring, giving, kind and always looking for a new cooking adventure and a good cologne to smell good and always putting others first before himself. He would always say something funny when least expecting it and making you laugh. Rest In Peace my good friend Larry Duckworth and my prayers go out to the family and he will be truly missed by many people that came in contact with his charming fun self.

Cathy Stout/Joshua

Larry was and is one of the greatest guys I have ever known. Larry always remained calm, peaceful and thoughtful in every situation. It was always a joy to be with you at the family Christmas parties. Your joy and calmness helped make Christmas a real Christmas for me! You have my greatest respect! In my Father's House are many Mansions; I know my God has a very special one prepared just for you. I believe it will be on the golden street lined with orchids. God bless you brother, now and forevermore, Amen! Love you. God send Peace and Comfort to Janet, your family and friends as you are sorely missed here in this realm.

Rev. Walter Cox BCLMT, ASOA

It was great having Larry as a visitor up here in Newfoundland many years ago, I think he really enjoyed his trip. I am sure you will all miss him very much. Thinking of all of you at this difficult time. Take care. Dale, Lisa and Heather

Dale Hutchens

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