March 15, 1944 – June 5, 2018
Larry LaForge, 74, of Paris, passed away Tuesday, June 5, 2018, at Paris Regional Medical Center. Bright-Holland Funeral Home has scheduled services for 4:30 p.m. Saturday, June 9th, at the Open Air Chapel of Evergreen Cemetery with Rev. Robert Myre officiating. A formal visitation is not scheduled, however, friends and family may pay respects at the funeral home. Larry, the son of Lewis & Ruth LaForge, was born March 15, 1944, in Kilbourne, LA. He served in the U. S. Military from May 18, 1965 – May 17, 1967. His career as a truck driver spanned many years before his retirement. Larry was preceded in death by his parents, four siblings; Johnny LaForge, John Paul LaForge, Charlotte Harjo and Myra Fern LaForge and his father-in-law, Woody Watson, Sr. Survivors include his wife, Linda Watson LaForge, who he married on Aug. 11, 1967, building fifty years of family and memories, three children; Michelle LaForge & Chris Clements, Duane LaForge & wife Laurie and Marce LaForge all of Paris, grandchildren; Landon LaForge & Lydia, Lindsey North & husband Billy, Baleigh LaForge, Caleigh LaForge and Jaydon Dudley, great grandchildren; Adalyn LaForge, Lincoln North and Keegan LaForge, his mother-in-law, Jimmie Watson, a sister-in-law, Jo Ingram, a brother-in-law, Woody Watson, Jr., siblings; Billy LaForge, Jimmy LaForge, Rodney LaForge, Annette Ellison, Willie Nell Brown, Mary Virginia Myers and Gussie LaForge along with many nieces & nephews and a host of friends. Casket bearers will be: Landon LaForge, Billy North, Woody Watson, Jr., Bo Watson, Greg Ingram and Chris Clements. Honorary bearers will be: Caleigh LaForge and Duane LaForge.
- Landon LaForge
- Billy North
- Woody Watson, Jr.
- Bo Watson
- Greg Ingram
- Chris Clements
- Caleigh LaForge, Honorary Bearer
- Duane LaForge, Honorary Bearer
- Funeral Service Saturday, June 9, 2018
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June 6, 2018
i remeber when Larry and Linda would come to Louisiana and visit me and bear i would fix him those brown smoked sauge he liked them with eggs those was good old days Brother i will never forget you one day all our family will b to gather rest in peace your sis always Ginger