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Larry Wayne McClellan

October 11, 1938November 10, 2020
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Larry Wayne McClellan, 82, of Clemmons passed away Tuesday, November 10, 2020. He was born October 11, 1938 in Norfolk, VA. to William L. McClellan and Audrey W. McClellan. Larry, a loving husband, father & friend to many, was a musician, a Freemason in the Masonic Order, he coached & refereed local sports teams, was the director of security for The Crosby Golf Tournament, served as Regional Director of the SE Region of the Scottish Clan McClellan, served on the Village of Clemmons Town Council, served on the NC Alarm Systems Licensing Board and was the Founding President of Loss Prevention Services, Inc for 32 Years. He was preceded in death by his loving wife of 54 Years, Beverly H. McClellan as well as his mother Audrey M. Williams and stepfather Edison N. Williams. Surviving are his Brother Shelton F. Williams, Nephew Aric L. Williams, Sister Mary J. Williams, Nephew David Marrs, Nieces Andrea Marrs & Christin Henderson, Daughter Karen M. Swan, Grandson J.T. Swan and wife Tiffany Swan, Great Granddaughter Riley S. Swan, Son Nathan E. McClellan and his wife Maricela S. McClellan, Grandson William A. McClellan and Granddaughters Silviana C. McClellan & Olivia B. McClellan and numerous great nieces & nephews. A Memorial Service will be held at Vogler Funeral Home in Clemmons NC on Thursday November 19, 2020 at 5:00pm. Seating will be limited due to Covid restrictions but the family will receive small groups in turn immediately following the service until 7:00pm

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Phil Essick

November 16, 2020

My deepest sympathy to the McClellan family on your loss. I had the privilege to meet Larry while I was in the same band as Corky for several months back in the 80s. He was one of the coolest & most interesting guys I ever met, and a master flight case builder if there ever was one. I ran into Larry a few times after that band broke up, and each time we had great conversations about Corky's latest adventures as well as about life in general. God bless the McClellan family, and may He comfort you all in this time of sadness and grief.

Mary Williams

November 15, 2020

To imagine a life without my oldest brother in it is difficult. He was such a big influence in my life. So many treasured memories from the time I was a little girl until his visit with me recently. At our last visit, we talked about fond memories, we laughed a lot , and even shed a tear or two. We would take a break from time to time so he could enjoy his favorite past time of watching MSNBC. Whenever we talked on the phone, his conversations always started out with. "Hey Sissy", in a very southern twang and in the same twang, I would respond with, "hey Bubba, followed by laughter from us both. Just one of those special moments shared between the two of us. Simple yet profound. I am so blessed to have a heart full of wonderful memories to fall back on which I will carry with me forever. My tears now are for my loss, not his. I can't be sad knowing my Bubba is reunited with the love of his life and at peace. What a blessing and honor to have been his sister. Love you.

Shaughn Hicks-Jackson

November 13, 2020

Our thoughts are with you during this difficult time. May you be surrounded by light and love in your time of need.
Much love, Shaughn and James Jackson

Shelly Windle

November 13, 2020

Sincere condolences. Larry was a kind man & a wonderful boss. Prayers for the family during their time of loss

chris Henry

November 13, 2020

Deepest sympathy to the McClellan family. I remember all the wonderful times spending days and nights running the neighborhood with Corky. We would always see Larry and Beverly at the house and could always expect something funny to come from Larry. I so enjoyed his wit and his smile. He was like a dad away from home, so to say. He will be truly missed. RIP Larry

Ashley Mabe Owen

November 13, 2020

I would like to send my condolences to all the McClellan family for their loss. I worked for Larry for 5 years and he was honestly one of the best bosses I ever could have asked for. I loved my LPS job and my coworkers like family. Larry always treated us like family and we all will miss him dearly. Larry was a very nice man and has a wonderful family. Losing a parent last year myself I understand what the family is going thru particularly his children and grand children. Please know that you all are in my thoughts and prayers. May Larry rest in peace with his sweet wife now.

Horace York

November 12, 2020

What a great man, and a very close and dear Friend!

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