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Larry F. Noyes of Kansas City, Mo passed away May 5, 2022, at his home.
Larry was born August 01, 1940, in Auburn, Nebraska. The family moved to Falls City, Nebraska where he attended school, graduating in 1958. He attended Peru State in Nebraska and National College in Kansas City. He married Carol Jean Schultz February 14, 1969. Larry served his country in the US Army for 2 years; stationed in South Korea 13 months. He worked for Missouri Pacific Railroad, Ben Franklin warehouse, and construction/carpentry; learning so much from Owen McKee and Bob Mason of his craft.
Larry was a member and co-owner of Riverside Duck Club near Rockville, Missouri, for 50 years. He was an avid hunter having hunted in his youth with his father and grandfather on the Missouri River. He sold his share in 2020 but treasured the friendships made there.
Larry was preceded in death by his parents A.L.(Bud) and Ava Dean Noyes and his sister, Carol Lynn Voodre.
Survivors include his wife Carol Jean, nieces and nephews, many cousins and friends.
A memory stone is at Prairie Union Cemetery near Shubert, Nebraska. Interment will be at Eldora, Iowa. Private family services will be at a later date.
Colette Lettinga says
Was hoping to see you at next reunion, but that was not meant to be. Remember FCHS and your presence! Colette
Carolyn Horst says
Carol: I am so sorry to hear about Larry’s passing. I am so grateful he phoned me a while ago and we had a good visit. I felt so sorry for him that he had to leave our last reunion right after he arrived. I hope he did not suffer too much. If I remember correctly, he had COPD. It is tough when you cannot breathe. I hope you will stay in touch with Larry’s class mates. He was a great guy. I believe I went to school with him from kindergarten through high school. Thank you for letting us know. May God bless you. If you need anything, please let me know. I send my love.
Bob and Janyce Person says
We will miss you and Larry at the reunions. He was a great guy, and our lives were blessed to have had him as a friend.
Jane Rhodus says
Larry was a good, loyal friend. One of those that can not be replaced. He will be missed. Although we only see each other mainly at the reunions, we will always share a common bond that only those that share your childhood can appreciate. May he Rest In Peace.
Sharon (Gilbert) Lake says
Carol, so sorry to hear of Larry’s passing and another classmate gone. Unfortunately, I missed seeing him at the last reunion due to last minute developments as I had planned to come. We will miss him. Prayers for you and your family.
Harry Vohl says
Carol, sorry to hear of Larry’s passing. I really enjoyed talking with him at the last class reunion. He was a good guy and will be missed.
Karen and Ray Simon says
Larry called me last year and we had a nice long talk. I thought many a time I need to call Larry somehow I never took the time, now i feel so bad about that. Will miss him at our reunions. Will call you Carol when time slows down for you. You have our thoughts and prayers as you go through this sad time in your life.
Lowell K Heineman says
Larry called a few years ago to wish Marilyn and I a merry Christmas and we talked several times in the last few years. He was
very interested in the class of 58. He mentioned calling many classmates and our reunions. He was a fellow long time KC metro
and covid kept a visit from happening. Larry was a competitor at school and at the pool. It sounded like you and Larry were quite the world travelers. Carol you were very good for Larry. Sorry