Larry Richard Orndoff

September 7, 1946July 13, 2018

Larry R. Orndoff, 71 of Beaver Falls, died Monday, July 16, 2018. He was born September 7, 1946 in Waynesburg, a son of the late Carl Gilbert and Norma Faye Martin Orndoff. Larry was retired as a postal worker from the US Post Office. He served in the Pennsylvania Air National Guard and was a member of Racoon United Presbyterian Church in Aliquippa. Surviving is a brother, Carl R. Orndoff and his wife Kathy of Gibsonia. Deceased in addition to his parents are his grandparents, Lewis and Lottie Martin and George and Laura Orndoff. At the request of the deceased the arrangements and inurnment are private and entrusted to the Behm Funeral Home, 1477 Jefferson Rd., Jefferson, PA 15344, Gregory P. Rohanna, supervisor. Condolences may be expressed online at


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Gina Schlott

December 4, 2018

I was just recently inquiring about Larry I did not know he passed. Larry and I worked together at Rivers Casino. He would always call me and we would do dinner just to catch up
Larry was was the most generous kind soul I ever met. I will miss Larry and my condolences to his family. He always spoke so highly of all of you. Larry left a Hugh impression in my heart GOD REST HIS SOUL. 😢😢😢😢

Cindy Berryman

August 1, 2018

I had the pleasure of working with Larry Orndoff at the Pgh NDC for many years. He always had a smile on his face for everyone he came in contact with. Larry was always a very positive person no matter what the situation might be whether it was at work or outside of work. I ran in to him many times after we retired and he always had time to stop and catch up. He loved sharing his life experiences and always talked about his family. I was so sad to hear of his passing and offer my sympathy to his family. May you rest in peace.

Vicki Austin

July 28, 2018

Larry was a respected & beloved co-worker at the USPS Pittsburgh NDC. He loved to chat & chuckle about his Dad, his dog, and traveling on cruises. What a bright soul, he always shared a kind word. I was fortunate to also see him after retirement when he worked at Whole Foods. This world has lost a true gentleman.

Daniel and Denise Martini

July 27, 2018

Larry was a special, generous man whose friendship mattered to us. We grieve for his loss and for the loss to his family. May he rest in peace, and may his family find some comfort in good memories of him.

Beverly Filer

July 27, 2018

Larry and I shared the birthday of September 7, 1946. We were both also born in Waynesburg Hospital to mothers who knew each other. Larry called me his Sister by another Mother, and I called him my Brother from another Mother! I believe the last time I saw Larry was years ago at my Aunt Sara's birthday party. She was my mother's sister and Larry's aunt, also...As she was an Orndoff by her marriage to Uncle Merle (George) Orndoff. "It's All in the Family" when you come from small towns in Western Pennsylvania.

Larry was always a lot of Fun when we joked around when we were together...Or passed messages through our cousins. I am so sorry that I had not seen him in such a long time...Though I did hear about him through relatives. I was so shocked and sad when cousin Rita called and told me of his passing. May God Bless Larry's Sweet Soul as he has passed into his Resting Place in His Heavenly Home. He was a Blessing and a Joy to All Who Knew Him! May Larry Rest in Peace with God's Angels looking over him!

Alice Nestor

July 27, 2018

I worked with Larry at the Pittsburgh BMC/NDC. Larry was such a nice person and always had a positive outlook on things. Larry may God bless you- to Larry's family, our thoughts and prayers are with you. May memories of Larry bring you laughter instead of tears.

Alice Nestor

lorraine cook

July 26, 2018

I worked with Larry at the Pittsburgh NDC as a supervisor for many years. He was loved by many for his kind and compassionate ways; he would help anyone if possible. He was always a joyful soul to be around. Larry may you rest with God. To the family may God comfort you in your time of loss.

Lorraine Cook