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Larry Leggett

 

Martin Torres informed us that Larry Leggett passed away on July 4, 2012.  Larry's wife, Connie Ray, was by his side.

Martin reported:  "Larry was my good griend and our best man when Tina and I got married. He had been fighting a good fight and actually lived two years longer than the doctors predicted."   

Rest in Peace dear friend. 



 
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07/11/12 12:26 AM #1    

Twyla Stockham (Brickman)

I remember Larry's smile! We're so sorry to hear about Larry's passing. I think that even at our young age of 60 (!) we all expect to have many more years, but this reminds us that there is no guarantee. Les & Twyla Brickman


07/12/12 02:40 PM #2    

Arlene Fehnel (Moore)

To Larry's family.... I'm so very sorry to hear of your loss but rest assured that Larry is now at peace...... I didn't know him well but I must admit when in high school I had a big crush on him... I'm glad he lasted longer then the doctor's thought he would...God Bless him and may he rest in peace 


07/15/12 11:45 PM #3    

Carol Orcutt (Holly)


07/15/12 11:46 PM #4    

Carol Orcutt (Holly)

Here is a picture I found of Larry online announcing his addition to the law firm in Seattle. 

 


01/14/17 08:13 PM #5    

Steve McCanse (

Larry had a joyful spirit and an easy laugh.  I lift my glass to you sir.  


01/15/17 11:05 AM #6    

Sharon Graham (Stacy)

I remember Larry as a good sportsman and a really cute guy.  I am sure Arlene was not the only one carrying a torch for Larry.  I am sorry we have lost him.

He was way too young.


01/15/17 04:29 PM #7    

Arlene Fehnel (Moore)

LOL Stacy, I'm sure I wasn't :)  Wow and to find out he only lived about 35 miles from where I currently live in WA, small world 


01/02/18 07:42 PM #8    

Jay Collier (Collier-Collier)

God bless you Larry.  We'll all see ya soon.


03/15/18 10:37 PM #9    

Franklin (Hank) Drewes

So sad to hear about Larry.    Larry and I became friends in grade school and in the summer played little league on the same team.   We lived in the same neighborhood and as a kid I spent so much time at his house his mother, father and sister were almost like a second family for me.   Under the tutelage of his father Cliff I learned how to throw a curve ball while playing catch with Larry in his back yard.  I joined the Leggett family on camping /fishing trips to the White Mountains and had such a great time.   I will always be grateful for their kindness.  Larry and I became somewhat distant during my awkward high school years.  I always admired Larry for his intelligence, humor and inquisitive nature.  I offer my most sincere condolences to his family and all who loved Larry.


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