Lawrence Keith Tucker

July 2, 1948October 8, 2013

Arrangements under the direction of Muehlig Funeral Chapel, Ann Arbor, MI.


  • Funeral Service

    Friday, March 7, 2014

  • Graveside Service

    Friday, March 7, 2014


Lawrence Keith Tucker

have a memory or condolence to add?

Ted Reynolds

March 29, 2015

Larry hasn't caught me off guard yet, but someday he will, and I'll congratulate him on his persistence.

Ted Reynolds

March 12, 2014

Times I feel that Larry is still taping me somehow, trying to catch me in an unguarded moment . . . so I look back over my shoulder and wave at him to show he didn't catch me this time . . just in case.

Anna O'Connell

March 10, 2014

I met Larry during my first ConFusion, way back in 1979, and had many fun and pleasant experiences in which he was involved over many years. He was very devoted to the Oral History cause, and I believe that science fiction fandom is the better for it. Rest peacefully, old friend.

Geri Sullivan

March 8, 2014

I didn't meet Larry until the 2001 ConFusion, much as I'd known long before of the Science Fiction Oral History Association. I loved hearing his account of ConFusion's earlier days then, seeing his movie FAANS at this year's ConFusion, and learning more about him from his many friends. RIP, Larry. You and your contributions will remain long remembered.

Jeff Beeler

March 7, 2014

I had always enjoyed Larry's company over the years and really appreciated all his work on ConFusion. I am sorry I will not be in his company one last time.

Tim D

March 6, 2014

From one who barely knew you; May your own Star - trek from this earthly convention to that heavenly one, be one of peace. Your fans await you.
Warp - speed!


March 5, 2014

Thanks for your service to our country. RIP.

March 5, 2014


March 5, 2014

Alav hashalom. Larry, I'm so glad I knew you. You helped to shape the person I became, and I'll never forget you. You deserved much more than fate handed you, but wherever you are, in immensity, know that you made a difference, and you were loved.

Sheryl Birkhead

March 4, 2014

Sometimes we forget the steady rocks that enter and stay in our lives, always just on the periphery...but there,edspecially when needed. Larry was one of those in science fiction fandom. He was one of those we forget to appreciate...until he is gone. He will be sorely missed.