December 27, 1950 – May 11, 2020
Larry Dwayne Earl entered into his Heavenly Home to be with God on Monday, May 11, 2020 with his loving family by his side. Memorial Service: With limitation due to CCOVID-19 distancing protocols, public viewing will be held Thursday, May 14 at Gregory W. Spencer Funeral Dirs. from 3 to 7 pm. Graveside Service will be held a 11 am Friday, May 15 at Cedar Hill Memorial Park. Larry was born on December 27, 1950 in Waco, Tx. to Richard and Dorothy Williams Earl. Larry's early childhood years were also cherished with his maternal grandmother, Irene Taylor. Larry gave his life to the Lord at an early age. He was a current member of First Saint John Cathedral in Fort Worth, Tx. under the leadership of Bishop Kenneth Spears. Larry was Educated in the Waco Independent School District, where he graduated from Moorehouse High School. In 1968 Larry enlisted in the United States Air Force where he Honorably served his Country. Larry worked as a Material Handler for Advance Transformers in Carrollton, Tx., where he retired after 27 years. He later worked for Mercedes Benz as a Key Programmer, retiring in 2013 after 10 yrs. Larry married the love of his life, Lori Collier in 1989, from this union Lauren Elizabeth was born. He loved his family and enjoyed art, boxing and his favorite NFL team the Dallas Cowboys. Larry was preceded in death by his grandmother; parents; son, Larry Logan-Earl and sister, Charlotte Howard. Love and Memories will never fade away in the hearts of his family left to be comforted his wife, Lori; daughter; Lauren, sisters, Altermise Howell and Carlas Watson; brother, Robert Huckaby (Lynette); a host of nephews, nieces, other family and friends. Memorials: in lieu of flowers, those who wish to remember Larry in a special way may make gifts in his Memory to Support the American Cancer Society.
Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.gwspencerdirs.net for the EARL family.
Thursday, May 14, 2020
Friday, May 15, 2020
May 13, 2020
Larry was not only a friend but the best neighbor anyone could have. He was always ready to help with anything from bringing in our mail to watching over our home. He will be missed.
With Deepest Sympathies,
Wayne and Brenda Jennings