Larry Lee Marks

March 21, 1947March 4, 2018

Larry Lee Marks, 70, of Montgomery, passed away on March 4, 2018. He is survived by his two sons, Matthew Marks and Jeffrey (Michelle) Marks; two grandchildren, Joshua and Jasmine Marks; sister, Eugenia Michel and loving and caring aunts, Erma Lee Beaton and Murdayne Marks Blosser.


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Larry Lee Marks

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Tracy Jarman

August 24, 2018

Thank you for the memories. RIP “Pops”.

Genie Michel

March 22, 2018

Happy birthday, Larry! I think of butterflies as postcards to Heaven! Sending lots of hugs and kisses, Genie 🦋🦋🦋🦋🦋🦋🦋🦋🦋🦋

Matthew Marks

March 21, 2018

Happy Birthday Pops...I will love and miss you dearly!

Maria Frazer

March 13, 2018

For my mom...

The Marks Family

Maria Frazer

March 13, 2018

Being the youngest of Eugenia’s children, always put in me in a unique position, because I wasn’t just the youngest, but also the only girl. Uncle Larry didn’t let that affect how much fun he had with all three of us. He just had fun! I loved that most about the memories I have. He was warm and caring, and had a wonderful smile that lit up the room. He taught us how to play monopoly and we would have all-nighter games. I always lost, but I loved those games. Today, those memories live one with my family as we love to play the game. I watched, listened, and learned, and became crazy good, because of Uncle Larry. He would take extra time to give my tips. “On the sly” of course! My family jokingly calls me the “Black Widow”, because I never loose a game! I only wish we would have lived closer to keep that fun going in other ways. What I do know is he loved his family. Even at a young age I could see how much he loved his boys. He loved his sister and Auntie Erma Lee , and no matter the distance filled it with the uniqueness of who he was. I send my prayers to all whose lives were made better in some way by Larry.

Jeffrey Marks

March 13, 2018

I love and miss you, Pops.

Tammy Perdue

March 13, 2018

Larry and I were married for eight years. I have fond memories of our life together. Our most wonderful memories were the birth of our two sons, Matthew and Jeffrey.

There is one story that Larry loved telling everyone. He would tell people that he married a "much older lady." People would be so shocked and ask how much older was she. His response was "she was six months older than me."

In the last six-months of his life, Larry would call me nearly every day. There were times he would get emotional and say that I was his best friend. Now that Larry has passed, I realize he was also MY best friend and I'm missing his daily calls.

Michael Niño

March 13, 2018

As I reflect fondly upon childhood memories of riding on his shoulders, I cannot help but to acknowledge it was memories of war that haunted him. I shall remember you as a man, a husband, a father but most importantly a soldier who made the supreme sacrifice for the safety and continued way of life for each of us. Thank you for your service Uncle Larry! May God bless you!

Robert Gallups

March 12, 2018

Larry was one of my best friends and it is sad to see the loss of such a fine man.
My sympathy to his family.
May he rest in peace.

William Finley

March 12, 2018

I only knew Larry for a short time. He was the kind of man that is impossible to forget. He will surely be missed. Rest in Peace.