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Larry Overbey passed away on Wednesday, February 2, 2005 in Texas at the age of 53.  He was an employee of American Airlines.

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08/03/09 09:05 PM #1    

Rita Pardue

I knew Larry from homeroom. Our last names "O" followed by "P". Always a kind person.

08/09/09 05:55 PM #2    

Richard Ellis

Lived with Larry after high school for about 2 years. What an awesome friend and roommate. I'm sure his wife Judy misses him greatly, as do I.

08/15/09 02:04 PM #3    

Dennis M. James

Back in the early seventies, larry, Rich Ellis, Keith Farnsworth, Soo Shuey, Bill Koch and myself would go to the Grainery over in Illinois almost every weekend, It was always a fun group, but Larry always added the right element to make it a great night. Larry started with American after I began my career with Ozark, and he moved to Dallas years later where we lost touch. After American purchased TWA I found that Larry was still with American as a Crew Chief, and union rep, and then I found out last year he had passed. He was really one of the best, you couldn't ask for a better person. he will surely be missed! Dennis James

08/29/09 05:28 AM #4    

Elaine Hill (Olson)

Larry worked at our local grocery store, so my entire family knew him. When my brother and I were home from college, Larry would come by after work and watch late night black and white film noir movies. Well, I watched them and John and Larry made fun of them. Larry was a really nice guy. I’m glad I had the chance to get to know him better after high school. I’m sorry to learn of his passing.

09/04/09 07:04 PM #5    

Linda Stolle (Davidson)

I knew Larry from 4th grade at St. Marys in Bridgton, He was the tallest and I was the shortest in class. He was my boyfriend for many of the years. He was always a very sweet guy. I was so sad to hear of his passing. When I was expecting my daughter in 1973 we met at a party and he said "Are you pregnant or just fat?" We all had a big laugh about that because it looked like I had a play ball under my shirt. I spoke to him back in the 1990's to see if he would be going to our 8th grade reunion. It was good to here his voice after so many years had passed. I will never forget that phone call. He was always a friend.

09/14/09 10:10 PM #6    

Susan Shuey

Went to grade school through high school with Larry. He was quite entertaining throughout all those years. When he moved to Texas, I don't remember ever seeing him again.
He has been in my thoughts & prayers since his death. Alot of us miss him.

03/28/10 08:51 AM #7    

John M. Fetters

I knew Larry from grade school and high school. He was a good guy. I remember him being the tallest in the crowd. In high school he had this little japanese van that he bought. It was so small and he was so big. It was a sight to see him drive that thing. What a nice guy.

09/01/11 12:11 PM #8    

Stephen R. Schweffermann

Larry and I worked together at the IGA on Patterson Road. We got into so much trouble but we had a ball.  What a great friend. Rest in peace.

04/30/12 12:28 PM #9    

Ellen Outwater (Sumler)

I just found this out, and I am so very saddened to hear this news. Larry and I were GREAT friends. He was always so supportive and so funny. He was a wonderful person with a good heart and soul. I know he will RIP. 

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