Born on July 25, 1960, in Coffeyville, Kansas, to Milton and Leona (Claypool) Moore, Larry was a man of many talents and an unquenchable love for welding, which he carried from his home in Wann, Oklahoma, to the job sites of his employer, Emerald Transformer. He was known for his exceptional work ethic and craftsmanship.
Larry was a man who found joy in the simple pleasures of life. He had a passion for rustic pastimes like horseback riding, roping, farming, fishing, and hunting. Yet, his favorite pastime was sharing moments with his beloved family and cherished friends, often over a cold beer. He believed in the wisdom that “the best beer in the world is the open one in your hand” and understood the value of treasuring life’s moments with loved ones.
Larry’s love extended to his role as a husband. He shared his life and heart with Linda Moore, and their love story began on August 5, 1985. Larry was the epitome of reliability, loyalty, and dedication. Like a Swiss watch, he was known for his unwavering dependability, and his loyalty was as steadfast as a Labrador. His dedication to his family was a shining example to us all.
Though Larry has left us far too soon, his memory will continue to live on in the hearts of those who had the privilege of knowing him. Details of memorial services and gatherings to honor Larry will be shared at a later time.
We extend our deepest condolences to his family during this difficult time. Our thoughts and prayers are with them as they navigate the profound loss of a loving husband, father, and friend.
With heartfelt sympathy and love,