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Roselawn Funeral Home & Roselawn Cemetery

741 Danville Road SW, Decatur, AL

OBITUARY

Larry Edwin Stalls

March 16, 1949June 27, 2020
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Larry Edwin Stalls, age 71, of Moulton, Alabama passed away on Saturday June 27, 2020. Larry was born March 16, 1949 in KY to the late Lonnie and Virginia Stalls. Mr. Stalls was retired from the Morgan County Sheriff Department. He was a United States Army Veteran, an served his country in Vietnam with the 101ST Airborne. Mr. Stalls was a Mason and a Shriner. He enjoyed tending to his cows, chickens and horses, as well as camping. Besides his parents he is also preceded in death by granddaughter Chelsea White, sister Sandra Pierce, nephew Chad Neal, nephew Josh Neal and niece Amy Neal. He is survived by his wife of 49 years Peggy Stalls. Children Jennifer Stalls, Mark Stalls and his wife Sherry and Lori Stalls. Grandchildren Charlie Stalls, Tyler Stalls, Hannah Mattingly, and Abby Mattingly. Brothers Randy Stalls and his wife Opal and Jeff Stalls and his wife Cindy, sister Cheryl Gramling and her husband David. and a host of nieces, nephews and friends. He was a loving husband and father. Memorial Gathering will be July 5, 2020 at the Home of Larry Edwin Stalls 3451 County Road 317 Moulton, Al 35650. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.roselawnfhandcemetery.com for the Stalls family.

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  • Memorial Gathering

    Sunday, July 5, 2020

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Larry Edwin Stalls

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Shelia Beaty-Michael

July 7, 2020

I am sending prayers of comfort for a classmate who gave so much to the world. God bless and keep you all. Shelia Beaty-Michael

Dianne Jessen

July 2, 2020

One of my favorite memories is when Larry and Peggy visited us (Sam and me) in Cape Coral, Florida in February, 2018. We took them to Lovers Key Beach, toured the Edison Estates, and enjoyed a concert on "Bike Night". Cape Coral is a very patriotic city, and most bikers are veterans. Larry was wearing his Vietnam Veteran hat and some of the other vets stopped him to shake his hand and thank him for his service. I could see how much that touched him, and felt pride in the honorable man he has always been. I will miss our visits in Florida and Alabama, and will pray for Peggy and all their family. I know he is in God's house reuniting with his precious family gone before him.
Love you, dear cousin. Be at peace.

Shirley Hart

July 2, 2020

Dear Larry, you and I were second cousins. Your dad Edwin was my first cousin. Your grandfather Truman and my dad, Jeff, were brothers. You were raised in Michigan and I was raised in Kentucky. I wish we could have known you all better. I am sad that we have lost another member of the Stalls family. May God bless your family with peace and comfort as we all struggle with your loss.
Sincerely,
Shirley Stalls Hart.

Cheryl/Robert Cooney

June 30, 2020

Our hearts are saddened with the passing of a Dear Friend Larry. Robert worked beside Larry @ TTB working on semis..During that time there were loads of laughter & a few foul words ,along with stories being told, & families gathering for good food ...all building joyful Memories. Prayers for Comfort & Strength for Peggy & the kids Jennifer, Mark & Lorie & the grandkids. His Days will be better with Angel Wings. RIP My Friend

Paula Mueller

June 30, 2020

I THANK GOD FOR HAVING THE STALLS FAMILY IN MY LIFE 💯❣
Just thinking of the days near / with Larry and his family puts a SMILE on my face or snicker out loud ! Countless memories however
My very first: 1968, was riding through Tecumseh in his cargo (?) Van with four or five of us swaying in the backend of it " Rock & Roll " van -- I think it was
the same night the guys put pumpkins on top of " TUTTLES CO. " 🍊🍊🍊
ONE OF my most favorite ones is when we went up north to snowmobile,
After a couple full days we headed home Very tired !!! 1 person trying to sleep out of 6.... LARRY had his knit cap on sitting by the window. Suddenly I see some gestures out of the corner of my eye AND I see his cap on an angle slanted
over his left ear causing it to stick out ( remember " Festus ?) waving at the cars going by yelling : "HOWDY FOLKS "... HAW R Yeh "? , crooked grin and those lively
FUN sparkling crossed EYES 😂😁🤣😀😂😁🤣😆 JUST waving and putting smiles on every passersby face !!! Still remember how bad my stomach hurt so
much from laughing. Fun was ALWAYS had with LARRY AND PEGGY along.
I'm sad we won't be having that for awhile ; HOWEVER - WHEN WE GATHER IN THE GLORY OF THE LIVING GOD- WE will resume the celebration of Eternal LIFE !!! THANK YOU JESUS FOR THE LIFE OF LARRY E. STALLS 💯💖💖💖💖💖💝😍👆

Carol and Kenneth Foster

June 28, 2020

My heart is hurting for y'all. We thought a lot of Larry and will remember our trips to the races and good times. Peggy, Jennifer, Mark, Lori and the grandkids....he was a good man who loved his family. We will keep you in our prayers. Rest in peace Larry.

Carol and Kenneth Foster

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