Larry A. Meeks

17 February, 195220 September, 2020

Larry A. Meeks, 68, of Evansville, passed away peacefully on Sunday, September 20, 2020 at home, surrounded by his family. He was born on February 17, 1952 in Evansville to the late Adele and Arthur Meeks.

He graduated from North High School in 1970 and retired from Lensing Building Specialties after 40 years where he was known as “Lugnut.” He was a member of Evansville Athletic Club and was a fan of Chicago Bears, Chicago Cubs and Detroit Red Wings. He enjoyed deer hunting, guns, boating, and throwing horseshoes.

Larry was preceded in death by his best friend, Terry Fink.

He is survived by his wife of 28 years, Nancy Alexander; son, Larry A. Meeks, Jr (Tara Burke); grandsons, Larry A Meeks III “Trey” and Hunter Meeks; brother, Robert Meeks; sisters-in-law, Debby Wrenn and Lisa Alger (Kevin); nephews, Alex, Austin, and Adam Alger; and his hunting buddy, Gary Fink.

To honor Larry’s wishes, there will be no public funeral service.

Memorial contributions may be made to Heritage Hospice

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Nancy Alexander

4 October 2020

Thanks to all that texted their condolences and all the offers of help. They are greatly appreciated. I know you will be there for me when I need you.

Another thanks to all for the sympathy cards. Boating friends, old friends, hunting buddies, extended family and Lensing co-workers.

Larry touched and meant a lot to so many that will miss him too. Love you all for being in Larry’s life and for caring❤️

Nancy Alexander

4 October 2020

Thanks to all for the very kind words, memories and stories. They have truly touched my heart deeply. Larry was very special to us all and we will carry these great memories in our hearts 💕 forever. I’ll always treasure how he treated me so good and how I just loved staring into those beautiful green eyes. I always adored that thick wavy head of hair. Miss him and will love him forever ❤️💕🥰

John Hamilton

28 September 2020

Larry as lived next door to us for many years. He was a good neighbor and friend. He will be missed. We will remember him in our thoughts and prayers.

Mark Howard

26 September 2020

Our sincere condolences to the Meeks family specifically to Nancy and Larry Jr. Larry was a laugh a minute growing up listening to Terry and Larry going on about life's escapades when they were younger.

Most respectfully,

Mark & Sandra Howard

Rozanna Blackford

23 September 2020

Larry was always the greatest person. He was a great friend. So sorry for your loss. I know he loved you Nancy so much. We had so much fun bowling he will be missed.

Dave Castrale

23 September 2020

I have so many fun boating and party memories of Larry. Kentucky Lake vacations. Weekends on the river. Throwing horseshoes until we dropped. I could go on and on but I’ll leave with this. Only Child to Jus Passin Thru. It’s been a privilege and honor knowing you. Over and Out My Friend.

Jeanie Meeks Bergner

23 September 2020

Meeks family-

So very sorry for your loss.

What a great man you were, so kind and giving. I'll always remember the times with Mike & Vicki Phillips we had with the kids and the fun we had with you.

May you rest in eternal peace.

We all love you & will greatly miss you our dear friend.

Russ Howard

23 September 2020

Larry, what a Special Friend you are to many
You were a kind-hearted, really good person, hard worker, great Dad, great softball player,, and an awful lot of fun to be with
You are going to be greatly missed my Friend. RIP Larry

Paul Pass

21 September 2020

Always one of the greatest people to have in deer camp. Great wit and sense of humor. Always willing to help out with anything that needed to be done. Crack shot. I will miss you my friend.


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