Thomasville Funeral Home

18 Randolph Street, Thomasville, NC


Lawrence R. Beasley

27 July , 195717 April , 2019

Thomasville, NC

Lawrence "Larry" Beasley, 61, passed away unexpectedly Wednesday, April 17, 2019 at his residence.

Larry was born in Neubrucke, Germany, July 27, 1957, a son of Frank Beasley III and the late Jacqueline Louise Hawkins Beasley. He worked at Langley Air Force Base for several years. Larry was an Army veteran. He was an accomplished artist and guitarist. His family & friends will love and miss him greatly until we see him again.

Surviving are his father, Frank Beasley III; three sisters, Karen Dellinger and husband Don; Evelyn Everhart and husband Mark and Nancy Beasley; brother, Frank Leonard Beasley; and numerous nieces and nephews.


  • Frank Beasley III, Father
  • Jacqueline Beasley, Mother (deceased)
  • Karen (Don) Dellinger, Sister
  • Evelyn (Mark) Everhart, Sister
  • Nancy Beasley, Sister
  • Frank Leonard Beasley, Brother
  • Larry leaves behind numerous nieces and nephews.


  • Graveside Service With Military Honors Tuesday, 23 April , 2019


Lawrence R. Beasley

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Boyce & Shirley Hamer

22 April 2019

Our most sincere condolences to Larry's family.

Boyce & Shirley Hamer
Seventh Day Adventist Church

Leonard Beasley

21 April 2019

One of my memories of Larry was playing games on my 5200 Atari back in the 80"s

Evelyn Everhart

21 April 2019

My sweet brother Larry was the best brother a sister could have. We could laugh, talk about anything all the time. I knew he would always have my back if I needed him and was always here for me no matter what. We stayed in touch with one another and he always would end the conversation with "I love you". And I loved my brother Larry So much. Until we see each other again may you rest in peace. I just know you and Mama are having the best reunion in heaven.

Youngest Sister

21 April 2019

I remember when I was little, about 5 years old, Larry used to take me for a "shoulder ride" and he would walk outside with me up on his shoulders and tell me he was taking me to "Transylvania". Those were fun times!