Larry Wayne O'Briant
February 24, 1948 – July 15, 2019
Larry Wayne O’Briant, 71, passed away July 15, 2019 in Dallas, Texas with his wife, son and daughter by his side. Larry was a loving Husband, Father, Grandfather and Brother. Larry was a great man, a man who always put the interest of others before his own. Always looking to help where he could and loved everyone. Larry was loved by his family, friends and everyone that knew him.
Larry is survived by his loving wife of over 50 years Cathie O’Briant, brother Cecil O’Briant and Significant other Donna Powell, daughter, Carla Hensarling and husband Ronnie Hensarling; son, Brandon O’Briant and wife Lori O’Briant; grandchildren Ronnie Scott, Ryan, Rachel, Robert, Colin and great grandchild Adalyn, half-brother Paul Ray O’Briant, step-sister Barbara Holloway among many extended family members and friends.
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Larry Wayne O'Briant
July 26, 2019
My dearest Cathie I was so sorry to hear about Larry. I remember she y’all lived in Hutchins/- the corner house I believe, your love of dogs. I’m trying to remember if y’all were in all card games we played but I had a wonderful time with your siblings. I remember Fruitdale and walking to your house. I’m sending prayers of strength and comfort to you and your children. With love, Dianna
July 25, 2019
Larry was my brother and he will be missed by all! We spent time together when we were younger and his dad dated my mom. Love to the family and God Bless!
July 22, 2019
If Cathie & Larry were together over 50 years, then I've known him since I was at least 10 years old. Wow..... It's such a shame when you lose contact because life gets in the way. But my memories of Larry were always nice ones. Times of going to the lake with the Zmolik clan. Watching Carla, Brandon, Ken & Kevin while there was a wild game of Poker being played by the adults. And Larry was always kind.
I know he'll be missed by everyone who knew him. My thoughts and prayers go to Cathie and then the kids. I am so sorry for your loss.
Karen (Holubar) Gaither