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Larry V. Carr Sr.

March 19, 1942April 8, 2021

Larry V. Carr, Sr., age 79, passed away Thursday, April 8, 2021. He is survived by his beloved wife of 56 years: Janice; sons: Larry V. (Tina) Carr, Jr. and family and Tony (Diana) Carr and family; grandchildren: Brett (Kayla) Bear, Willa Bear, Rylee Bear, Brad Violet, Kurt Violet, and Kylie Violet; brothers: Jerry (Trula) Early and Hilory Early; sister-in-laws: Nancy Franks, Linda (Larry) Welch, and Brenda (Richard) Graves; brother-in-law: Donald (Judy) LaFrance; and many, many nieces and nephews. Larry served 2 years in the United States Army. He worked 30+ years and retired from Atlas Tool and Die. Larry enjoyed spending time with his family, taking care of his garden, wood crafting for the grandkids, fishing, and he was interested in anything that had to do with the stars and space. Visitation will be held from 3:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. Friday, April 16, 2021 at Kaul Funeral Home, 35201 Garfield, Clinton Twp., MI. A funeral service will take place at 10:00 a.m. Saturday, April 17, 2021 at the funeral home. Burial will follow at Christian Memorial Gardens, West in Rochester Hills, MI.

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Meeting ID: 624 987 5412 Passcode: 03191942

  • FAMILY

  • Janice Carr, Wife
  • Larry V. (Tina) Carr, Jr. and Family, Son
  • Tony (Diana) Carr and Family, Son
  • Brett (Kayla) Bear, Grandchild
  • Willa Bear, Grandchild
  • Rylee Bear, Grandchild
  • Brad Violet, Grandchild
  • Kurt Violet, Grandchild
  • Kylie Violet, Grandchild
  • Jerry (Trula) Early, Brother
  • Hilory Early, Brother
  • Nancy Franks, Sister-in-law
  • Linda (Larry) Welch, Sister-in-law
  • Brenda (Richard) Graves, Sister-in-law
  • Donald (Judy) LaFrance, Brother-in-law
  • And many, many nieces and nephews.

Services

PREVIOUS SERVICES:

  • Visitation

    Friday, April 16, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Saturday, April 17, 2021

OTHER SERVICES:

  • Burial

Memories

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Jerry Earley

April 17, 2021

To my brother Larry I will always love you no farewell words were spoken no time to say goodbye you were gone before we knew it and only god knows why.RIP

william Boyd

April 15, 2021

Lynn and myself shared a very enjoyable time as bowling partners of Larry and Janice oh so many years ago. They were good times as we shared stories of our children and family. Our prayers go out to Larry and to his whole family. Bless you all.

Jack Pearson III

April 12, 2021

Uncle Larry you were definitely one of my favorite Uncles of all time, when I was growing up you were like a real live superman, big and strong, always had a smile, you always tried to help out whoever needed it when you weren't working your butt off you were definitely one of the hardest working men in our family and even after you retired you were always helping out whenever you could. No doubt I will never forget you, I'll always love and appreciate everything you ever taught us, Thank you for being a great Uncle.

Love Always
Little Jack

Phoenyx Bozicic

April 12, 2021

Uncle Larry and I have done a lot of things together like playing chess, and playing clash of clans. Uncle Larry also told really funny jokes and could always make me laugh. He also was a really fun person to be around and I know he will be missed by many people, especially me. Love you very much uncle Larry and will think of you every time I go to a garage sale. I think that is when I will miss you the most.
Love Phoenyx

Nancy Franks

April 9, 2021

Larry was a wonderful brother- inlaw I will miss him very much he would do anything for you we all loved him so.

Diane Franks

April 9, 2021

We will miss you very much uncle larry you were a great uncle to all of us you were taken much to soon.

Brett Bear

April 9, 2021

The last few days have been the hardest days in my life. Even if I had another 29 years with you, it wouldn't be enough. Nun and you mean the world to me and for as long as I can remember your house has always been a second home to me.
You taught me how to play chess, and would always stop what you were doing to help me improve my game, or lend me one of your books to read and study from. I got my love of history from you; and I enjoyed talking about history or science fiction with you.
Despite all my memories with you, it hurts even more knowing my daughters and unborn child, will miss out on having you in their lives. Seeing how close both my daughters were with you, hurts knowing they will never get to have another moment or memory to cherish.
I realize I never really voiced just how much you mean to me, I hope you knew how my I appreciated you, how much I looked up to you, and that you meant the world to me. I love you and I already miss you so much...I hope I become atleast half the man you were. I hope to see you again one day.

JULIE VIOLET

April 9, 2021

Uncle Larry,
You are more than just a uncle to me, a second Father comes to mind. You and Aunt Janice have done so much for my family and I. I have never met a more loving, caring and dedicated family man who gave with his whole heart. This may be the end of our time on this earth but I know we will meet again one day. Until then I will hold you near and dear to my heart and forever cherish all the memories that we made over the years. I Miss You so much! I also promise you that I will watch over and help take care of Aunt Janice for you. Rest In Peace Uncle Larry. I LOVE YOU!

Nancy Franks

April 9, 2021

I will miss you always you were a great brother in-law I loved you very much .

DONald LAFRANCE

April 9, 2021

To my dearest Brother-in-law You are gonna be miss very dearly You always be my thought In my words in my memory Into we meet again Larry

FROM THE FAMILY

Biography

Larry V. Carr, Sr., age 79, passed away Thursday, April 8, 2021. He is survived by his beloved wife of 56 years: Janice; sons: Larry V. (Tina) Carr, Jr. and family and Tony (Diana) Carr and family; grandchildren: Brett (Kayla) Bear, Willa Bear, Rylee Bear, Brad Violet, Kurt Violet, and Kylie Violet; brothers: Jerry (Trula) Early and Hilory Early; sister-in-laws: Nancy Franks, Linda (Larry) Welch, and Brenda (Richard),and brother-in-law: Donald (Judy) LaFrance; and many, many nieces and nephews. Larry served 2 years in the United States Army. He worked 30+ years and retired from Atlas Tool and Die. Larry enjoyed spending time with his family, taking care of his garden, wood crafting for the grandkids, fishing, and he was interested in anything that had to do with the stars and space.