Larry Lee Shepherd Sr

Born: Sat., Mar. 18, 1944
Died: Fri., May 10, 2013


Visitation

4:00 PM to 8:00 PM, Wed., May 15, 2013
Location: Fisher-Edgington Funeral Home


Funeral Service

10:00 AM Thu., May 16, 2013
Location: Fisher-Edgington Funeral Home


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Larry Lee Shepherd, Sr.
Age 69, of Martinsville, Ohio, passed away Friday afternoon, May 10, 2013 at the Christ Hospital in Cincinnati, Ohio.  

He was born March 18, 1944 in Buford, Ohio, son of the late David C. & Dolly O. (Tolle) Shepherd
Larry was a logger of Shepherd's Logging his whole life and he had retired from Pyper Construction after 20 years of service.  He was the mayor of Farmer's Station.

Surviving are his 4 children- Charlotte (Mark) Abbas, Red Wing, Minnesota; Larry (Lisa) Shepherd Jr, Hillsboro-grandchildren- Cody (Ashton) Logan, Morgan, & Kylea- great-greandchildren- Kaiden & Kinley; Sugar (Ronnie) Shepherd, Wilmington- grandchildren- Brianna Reid & Zachary Scarberry- great-grandchildren- Lincoln Osborne; Shawn (Miranda) Shepherd, Hillsboro- grandchildren- Harlee, Marley, & Shawn; fiancee- Alice Huff, Martinsville; brothers- Chester Shepherd, Lynchburg, James (Betty) Shepherd, Martinsville, Josh Shepherd, of TX & Jesse Shepherd, of TX; sisters- Bonnie Swisshelm, Wilmington; Judy (Dave) Brien, Lynchburg, Jenny McKinney, Wilmington, & Michelle Pixley, of TX, many nieces & nephews and very many close friends.

In addition to his parents,  Larry was preceded in death by his brother- David Shepherd & sister- Emma Faye Shepherd.

Funeral Services will be held 10:00 AM, Thursday, May 16 at Fisher-Edgington Funeral Home, 97 West Locust Street at North Mulberry Street, Wilmington with  Pastor Keith Asbury officiating.  Interment will follow in the Martinsville Cemetery, Martinsville, Ohio.

Friends will be received from 4-8 PM Wednesday, May 15 at Fisher-Edgington Funeral Home, Wilmington, OH .

Contributions may be made to the Fisher-Edgington Funeral Home to assist the family with expenses.  For more information and to sign the online guest book, go to edgingtonfuneralhomes.com.

Charitable donations may be made in Larry's memory to the following organization:

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Martin Kirby
   Posted Sat May 11, 2013
Larry was a great man and true friend, I always looked up to him. He will be missed very much.

Martin

ROBIN BARTLETT
   Posted Sat May 11, 2013
To larry's kids and family, i am sorry for your loss, your dad was a very nice guy. i grew up with him in our life's. he was a fun man to be around,he had such a wonderful laugh,always smileing,i remneber when Virgil and rocky hung out at virgil house and your dad was thier we all had such a good time. I have alot of good menorary's with him,Our prayers are with you.

Roger Pence
   Posted Sat May 11, 2013
You have my Deepest Sympathy.
Sorry for your loss.

Misty Marsh/Shepherd
   Posted Sat May 11, 2013
So sorry to hear about Uncle Larry. I'm writing this for my dad, Chester Shepherd, Larry,s brother. My dad loved Larry so much. My dad just told me today that him and Larry were planning a fishing trip and didn't get the chance to go. My dad will miss him dearly. Thoughts and prayers for the Shepherd family.

Jackie Stone
   Posted Sun May 12, 2013
When I heard this sad news, I was in disbelief. Larry was like a father to me, especially when he lived in Florida. He would always include me and Shannon (she was age 3 or so) in fishing trips they would take. He looked after me even though he did not have too. He would always ask me if I was okay. And later in years, when he came back to Florida to fish, he was so fun to be around. He tried to teach me how to play cards. I lost in the card games a lot. I sure loved him so much. I will miss him. And Larry being the mayor of Farmer's Station?????????? Is that true?

Bessie Shepherd Townsend
   Posted Sun May 12, 2013
Love and Prayers to the family.

Tammy walls/Swisshelm
   Posted Tue May 14, 2013
I was not real close with uncle Larry, but have fond memories of him when I was a child. he had an infectious smile and a laugh all his own. he would come over on his motorcycle and pop wheelies and us girls always thought that was so cool. Im sorry we didnt keep in touch more. he always called dad Swissy and dad called him possum.The last time I saw him was at dads funeral. so sorry for your loss. Tammy

Debbie Hatten
   Posted Tue May 14, 2013
I really enjoyed Larry everytime he came by Deb's Health Den to get his usual supplements. We joked a lot and sometimes I didn't know if he was serious or not. He was a joy to have known, my sincere sympathy to the family

Loved his fish stories and the giant gourds that he so graciously gave me for the fall. He will be missed.

Mr.& Mrs. Tony & Annie Felheim
   Posted Tue May 14, 2013
Our deepest sympathy is with you at this time of sorrow, at the loss of a loved one. Our prayers and thoughts are with you also.

Yvonne Kuntz
   Posted Thu May 16, 2013
My deepest sympathy for the loss of your loved one. May the memories you share give you comfort at this time.

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