Lee Funeral Home and Crematorium

3101 Dewdney Ave, Regina, SK


Larry Paul Zasitko

August 2, 1953October 22, 2019

Larry Paul Zasitko was born on August 2, 1953 in Rivers, Manitoba and passed away on Tuesday, October 22, 2019 in Regina, Saskatchewan. He is predeceased by his parents Paul and Shirley and brother Mark. Larry is survived by his loving wife of 45 years Karen (nee Gifford) and their children Katina of Calgary, AB, Dave (Heather and Devon) and Steve (Janelle) of Regina, SK; he is also survived by his siblings Greg (Wendy), Joyce (Brian) and his SisCo (Sister/Cousin) Margarita (Mila); and numerous nieces and nephews. Larry had a vast online presence as well as being the family historian (genealogist), he will forever be loved by his family and those friends that he as closest to. He will live on in our hearts and will always be with us, a funeral service will not be held and his ashes will be scattered as per his wishes.


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Larry Paul Zasitko

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Dave Sotkowy

October 26, 2019

Larry was a great neighbor, it seems like we have lived beside each other forever. We would have snow blower fights, to see who could clear our two driveways first. He usually won as I would be at work and it was alway appreciated to come home to clear driveway.
I always enjoyed our front yard chats as Larry was a very interesting fellow and knowledgeable on such a wide array of topics. You knew that when Lilly would come wandering into the garage for her dog treat that Larry wasn't far behind and some interesting conversation was about to take place .
I am not sure what fascination he had with sunsets but you could see him very often sitting in the front yard waiting for that perfect moment to snap that picture as the sun set.
Well now Larry has had his last sunset and he will truly be missed.
My heart breaks for Karen, Steve, Katina, David and family. My thoughts and prayers go out to you at this time.

Dee Bantz

October 26, 2019

He will always be Larry the App Guy in my mind... he shared so much with our MobiTog Community (MobiFamily). So many of our MobiFamily have expressed the same sentiments I feel. He will be missed.

Condolences to the family, Rest In Peace Larry...

Star Greathouse

October 26, 2019

Larry’s posts on Mobitog had a voice. When I read them, it was like chatting with a neighbor. He was able to make me feel as though I knew him and I was always looking forward to the next chapter. Along with his other Mobitog friends, I will miss him.

Catherine Restivo

October 24, 2019

Larry was a long time member of MobiTog, and his absence leaves a deep hole. I will miss his calm good humor, the posts and images describing his life in Canada... his detailed writings, musings and images made me feel like we were neighbors and friends. Rest In Peace, dear Larry. May the light of your soul shine brightly.

Ann Passmore

October 24, 2019

I am deeply saddened by his passing. A piece of us is missing on Mobitog. He enriched our lives and will always remain a shadow amongst us. So selfless with his knowledge and help and we will miss his wonderful stories.

Condolences and thoughts go to his family.

Roger Gilbert

October 24, 2019

Rest in forever peace dear Larry!

You brought a lot of life, fun, happiness and joy to us through your wonderful life stories and photographs freely shared with your fellow members of MobiTog, thank you dear friend.

Our hearts, our love, our thoughts and sincere condolences are with your loved ones, your family, friends and neighbours, who you always spoke so fondly about in your stories.

Thank you for your presence, your kindness, your sharing and your caring, you will be much missed Larry, goodbye dear friend... x x

Edith Gouvy

October 24, 2019

I'll deeply miss him.
He was the one who persuaded me to join MobiTog and this will be the place I'll always think of him. All the funny stories he shared, his way of seeing things, our private conversations about SciFi and so much more.

Rest in peace, Larry, I'll always remember you. And miss you.

Now it's you who has entered the spaceship for unknown destinations. Have a good trip and a very pleasant forever.
Love and hugs from Germany to infinity.

Jill Gilbert

October 24, 2019

Larry was a very active and much-loved member of the mobile photography group, Mobitog. His photographs and writings about his beloved family, friends and neighbourhood kept us entertained and delighted in equal measure. We have all been deeply saddened by his passing and he will be greatly missed. We would like to extend our sincerest condolences to his family and friends at this difficult time.