Allen Ray Larremore

December 8, 1946February 15, 2019

Allen Ray Larremore was born on December 8, 1946 in Modesto, California and passed away on February 15, 2019 in Belton, Missouri.


  • Visitation Thursday, February 21, 2019
  • Committal Tuesday, February 26, 2019

Allen Ray Larremore

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Linda Dempsey Quinn

February 19, 2019

The Larremore family were neighbors, Janice was in my class (‘62), and Allen was a friend. We played, laughed and shared my first and last Camel cigarette. Allen laughed and laughed! So sorry to hear of his death.

Jen Tubbesing

February 18, 2019

I played pool with my friend Allen since 2012 and in those years, I saw him almost every single Thursday night. Some may call us unlikely friends, there's probably a 40 year age difference between us, but we shared a special bond. I say I brought just enough crazy to keep him entertained and on his toes. At least he was always laughing at me.

I'm not his family (though I was happy to have met his sisters once when they came to town for a visit), but our pool team, the Num Nums were a family of sorts. In 2016, the Num Nums won the regional City Championships and the opportunity to play in Las Vegas at the Amateur World Championships. It's a pretty big deal for us. He had planned a month long across country trip in his Corvette to visit family and friends before and after the tournament and he was really excited about it. Unfortunately, two days before he was to leave, his pace maker acted up and he wasn't able go. We were all so disappointed for him. Meeting us in Las Vegas was just one stop along the way but he REALLY wanted to play there. I remember, the first thing I did after my match was leave the room and call him with my super exciting news! He said he was very happy I was excited and wanted to know everything that was happening. So, my job for the rest of the tournament was to keep him up to date on how we were doing. We lasted three rounds and we were pretty happy with that. The team rounded up as we wanted Allen to feel part of the experience. So we got a Championship cue ball, had everyone sign it, then put it in a display case and gave it to him. While he got that little piece of the tournament, I really wish he'd been able to be there and play with us. Allen was all about the heart of our little family, loved by all who knew him, and will be greatly missed.

Patty Dixon

February 18, 2019

Allen and his family lived on 42nd Street in Prattville when we were young. We are cousins and also attended the same church for several years. I last saw him at a Langford family reunion a couple years ago. Sorry to hear of his passing.

Larry Chance

February 17, 2019

Allen and I had fun as kids when we lived across from each other on Maple, skateboarding down the street, bicycle races up and down the street, and exploring the woods behind Hickory. Sympathies and prayers to all the Larremore families. Larry Chance