Larry C. Volner
October 14, 1947 – March 24, 2021
Larry C. Volner, 73, on Wednesday, March 24, 2021. Beloved husband of Patricia L. (nee Brown) Volner; dear son of the late Lloyd & Dorothy (nee Cates) Volner; dear brother of William (Patricia) Volner and of the late Robert Volner and Linda (Don) Kemp.
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Larry C. Volner
April 2, 2021
Many memories of happy times with Larry pour forth in my mind. Wicker’s, BBQ, work, etc. But the most cherished is when he helped me move my mother from Ohio to Missouri. The long drive provided time to talk...and we filled a large truck with lots of holiday decorations...it would have been a very difficult move without him. Larry was one-of-a-kind...a special friend that we were lucky to know. Wishing you peace.
April 1, 2021
Larry was a buddy you could count on to be there whenever you needed him. We worked together, traveled together, fished together and partied together. Miss the wry sense of humor and quick comebacks. Some comfort knowing he's joining his buddy Tom Hohman riding the backroads oh heaven on his Harley. I'll miss him dearly.
March 31, 2021
Larry was such a good person and would help you out in any way possible, no matter what. We shared many good times together over the years. Larry was always someone that a person could count on, which is a true rarity.
Losing a friend like Larry is extremely difficult for everyone that knew him.
My deepest condolences to his wife and family.
He will certainly be missed.
March 28, 2021
I cannot tell you how many times Larry saved my bacon at Maritz. I seriously wouldn't have survived without him. I remember one time he called my office and said, "Do you really want this to go out?". I said, "Yes, it needs to go out today.". He said, "Are you sure?". I said, "Yes, Larry, it has to go out. Send it.". Then, very calmly , he said, "With a typo?". I nearly fell over. Yep, Larry even read our mailers before they went out. So many times he saved me from screwing up and was always there when we needed him. My deepest sympathies to all. Larry was one in a billion.