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Hulbert, Larry

Hulbert, Larry

January 4, 1948 — August 9, 2018

Larry Allen Hulbert, age 70, passed away surrounded by his loving family after a long battle with multiple medical issues caused by his exposure to Agent Orange, on Thursday, August 9, 2018. Larry was born in the family car on a cold winter morning, January 4, 1948 to Carroll and Inez (Hardee) Hulbert. Larry had an energetic personality and was loved by all who knew him. He had an infectious laugh and was often a prankster causing all those around him to laugh, too. He loved family, flowers, sports, travel, dogs and mostly being with the people he loved. He graduated in 1966 from Grandview High School. He then served his Country in Vietnam as a hospital corpsman receiving accommodations for bravery and a Bronze Star for valor. Upon returning home he began working, eventually with his father and brother in the construction business. He was a hard worker and had many varied business interests. He was an avid patriot and was proud of his country, often telling others, it was a pleasure to serve this great country. He is survived by his two beloved sons, Lance Hulbert and Travis Hulbert; brother, Clark Hulbert; sisters: Coleen Henley, Maureen Hulbert, and Lana Lincoln; along with many other family members. A visitation will be held at Park Lawn Funeral Home from 6-8PM on Friday, August 17. Funeral service will be held at South Haven Baptist Church on Saturday at 10:30AM. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial tributes be directed to US War Dogs Association, c/o Ron Aiello, 1313 Mount Holly Rd., Burlington, NJ 08016. They provide service dogs for veterans.

Service Information

Larry Hulbert, age 70, passed away August 9, 2018. Funeral service will be 10:30am, Saturday, August, 18, 2018, at South Haven Baptist Church, 16800 Bel-Ray Boulevard, Belton, Missouri 64012. Burial at Green Lawn Cemetery will follow. Visitation will be held Friday, August 17, from 6:00PM – 8:00PM at Park Lawn Funeral Home, 8251 Hillcrest Road, Kansas City, Missouri, 64138. Memorial tributes may be directed to U.S. War Dogs Association, 1313 Mt. Holly Rd., Burlington, NJ 08016 or at .

Hulbert, Larry's Guestbook

Beautiful memories of being your neighbor while you were growing up and knowing the fine young man you grew into. Your whole family was a blessing to mine! I'm planning on seeing you later when I get to heaven!!

Betty Ballard

Doc, I met you about four years ago at Dr. Dent's Friday Group for PTSD. We soon found out that we served the same time in Nam, '69 and were just a few miles apart. During the short time I have known you the bond of having been in combat and answering to the call of 'doc' will always remain STRONG. We both wondered why weren't wounded. GOD only knows why. Having visited you and seeing you fight the effects of AO and always having hope of getting better strengthened my faith in GOD knowing one day you would get better and have everlasting life. Semper Fi...Doc

dave ‘doc’ ebert

A beautiful soal is never forgotten!!!

Betty and Lynn Anderson

Larry and I served in the same platoon in Echo Company,He and I were it's only corpsmen at that time. We called him "Gungy" Larry was very Brave, and cared a great deal for the Marines he served. as I know they did for him. I am so sorry and sad to hear of his passing.To his family I send my best, and wish for them the healing only time allows. Jeff "Doc" DeVilbiss, 707-777-1733

Jeff DeVilbiss

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