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Clements-Wilcox Funeral Home

1805 Highway 281 North, Marble Falls, TX

OBITUARY

Lawrence Alan Dewispelaere

December 26, 1947April 20, 2020

Lawrence Alan Dewispelaere was born on December 26, 1947 and passed away on April 20, 2020 and is under the care of Clements-Wilcox Funeral Home.

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Lawrence Alan Dewispelaere

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Jennifer Tigani

May 8, 2020

Uncle Larry, you are already missed by many, and by especially me, your Little Jenny. I remember you were always in a good mood with a big smile on your face, saying weird things followed by big laughter. Sometimes I couldn't understand what he said but it was always followed by giggles. He always had a joke and made me laugh, smile, and giggle all at the same time. Nothing but good and fun Happy memories with him. I wish I'd spent more time with him as I got older, but that didn't happen. The last time our family got to see him was at Texas Roadhouse a few years ago here in Omaha Nebraska. It was a great dinner and a great reunion. I will always remember him on that day being his usual self... happy, telling jokes, laughing, and always having a positive outlook on life. I Love you Uncle Larry ... you'll Always have a Special place in my heart. .... Rest in Peace... Love your Niece... Little Jenny

Jared DeWispelaere

May 8, 2020

To the grandfather I only knew through stories, I hope this world treated you well. To those close to him during his final years, thank you for all the comforts you afforded him. To his children Clint, my uncle, and Michelle, my mother, thank you both for all of the stories you shared. May Lawrence find his peace, and may his memories bring laughter.

Susan Tigani

May 7, 2020

My dear brother Larry, Our last messenger chat on April 14 when I asked how you were doing and you reminded me of the story of Chicken Little and you said, "I am here to verify that in fact, the sky is not falling. Everything is going to be okay. I love you. Just relax and have a nice day." Your last words to me and I will treasure them!
Larry, I have always loved you and I always will. May you rest in Peace.
Susie

Pamela Beiro

May 7, 2020

Uncle Larry, you will be missed greatly! I’ll never forget how good you were to me. You were an amazing man that taught me so much about so many things. Thank you for being there. I may not be here now if you hadn’t been so kind and willing to help your niece out. I am so blessed. Thank you Uncle LARRY. I will be forever grateful for you! You will never be forgotten....ever. We’ ll be seeing you again one day. Love you. Bye for now.

Laura AGUIRRE

May 7, 2020

Every day I checked Facebook messenger and checked for that green light knowing you were there, but now that I check it, that green light is off.
You have left us physically, but will stay in our hearts forever.
We will continue to say during our family conversations "Grandpa Larry used to say...."
You were loved by the Aguirres and we are happy that we always told you and showed you so.
See you in our dreams when you come visit.
Until we meet again Grandpa.
Sending our love all the way from Reno, Nevada the Aguirres Laura, Quelddy, Layla, G Jr. & G Sr.

Gerardo Aguirre Sr.

April 25, 2020

Larry or Grandpa Larry like we like to call him was a great mentor to me. He thought me the plumbing trade 19 years ago and always gave me great advice. My family and I will always keep him in our prayers. May God rest his soul.

Amber Cox

April 21, 2020

Larry was one of my favorite residents, just because we had a routine together. He always had a new tidbit of information that he would learn on the internet. He was always fascinated with conspiracies and because of that interest, we had a lot in common. He was always friendly with those he trusted and we enjoyed the time we got to spend with him before he left. I hope that his family can find peace in his passing. He will always be one of my most favorite people. Even after he left our facility I would send him a birthday card just so he would know he wasn't forgotten on us. May you rest in peace, Larry.

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