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Larry W. Cordle

July 18, 1942November 7, 2020

Graveside services for Mr. Larry Cordle, 78, of Anniston, will be Saturday, November 14th 2020, 11:00 a.m. at Harmony Baptist Cemetery in Choccolocco, AL. Mr. Cordle passed away on November 7th 2020 at RMC.

He is survived by his children, Scott Cordle (Roxanne), Greg Cordle, Lisa Bradley (Eddie), and Landon Cordle (Ashley Bozeman); grandchildren, Summer Cordle, Seth Cordle, Briana Cordle, Amber Perkey (Terance Whatley), Alyssa Williams (Torrance), Megan Walker (Josh), Nick Cordle, and adopted granddaughter, Taylor Digby; great-grandchildren, Karter Williams, Addie Walker, Ella Owen, and a great-grandchild due in December; siblings, Roy Cordle (Joan), Maxine Cordle, Jane Kendrick (Jerome), Michael Cordle, Flora Cordle, and several nieces and nephews.

Larry is preceded in death by his wife, Ruby Faulkner Cordle, his parents, Malcolm and Novella Cordle, and his brother, John Cordle.

Larry was retired from Sears and Interstate Trucking as an over the road truck driver. He never met a stranger and was loved by all that knew him. He loved being outdoors whether it was fishing, gardening or mowing the grass in his neighborhood. He will be greatly missed, but he is now in Heaven with his Ruby!

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Mike Brinkman

November 14, 2020

As Larry’s and Ruby’s pastor, I was impressed with his attitude and spirit while he endured a series of medical difficulties. He was for me a pleasure to be with. I’m certain that he missed Ruby terribly. May God cradle his soul.

Barton Owens

November 9, 2020

Larry was a great friend to me. We were in ministry together and we would sing step into the water. He was always so kind to others. We will miss him. God bless his family.

Katrina Klein

November 9, 2020

Uncle Larry was always so happy and fun to be around. I will miss him as well as the rest of the family. I find comfort knowing he’s with Ruby & my dad, his brother John. Love you all!

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