OBITUARY

Larry Daniel Bamberg

July 25, 1943January 11, 2020
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A memorial service celebrating the life of Larry Daniel Bamberg will be held Saturday, January 18, 2020, 2:00 PM at Centuries Memorial Funeral Home. The family will receive friend at 1:00 PM prior to the service. Larry was born in Shreveport on July 25, 1943 and passed away peacefully on January 11, 2020 at his home. He was a retired Captain of the Shreveport Police Department. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, and spending time with family and friends. Larry was a dedicated husband and father. He was a 32nd degree Mason, he was a Shriner and in the Eagles Motorcycle Group. Larry was preceded in death by his parents, Larry Bamberg and Laura T. Bamberg, a son-in-law, Michael Greene and in-laws Bob and Jean Greenlee. He is survived by his wife Barbara Greenlee Bamberg, his children, Duane Bamberg, Susan Bamberg Greene and Sharon Bamberg Willis, grandchildren, Timothy Bamberg (Renee), Jeff Bamberg, Mallory Padgett, Daniel Willis, Nolan Greene, and Amy Willis, great-grandchildren, Zane, Lyandin, Tyler, Kayson, Lillie, Sophie, Caroline and Yuri, brothers Jerry Glen Bamberg and wife Etoise of Arkansas and Michael Wayne Bamberg and wife Mildred of Doyline, LA, and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. He will be missed by all.

  • FAMILY

  • Barbara Greenlee Bamberg, Wife
  • Duane Bamberg, Son
  • Susan Bamberg Greene, Daughter
  • Sharon Bamberg Willis, Daughter
  • Timothy Bamberg and wife Renee, Grandchild
  • Jeff Bamberg, Grandchild
  • Mallory Padgett, Grandchild
  • Daniel Willis, Grandchild
  • Nolan Greene, Grandchild
  • Amy Willis, Grandchild
  • Zane, Lyandin, Tyler, Kayson, Lillie, Sophie, Caroline and Yuri, Great-grandchildren
  • Jerry Glen Bamberg and wife Etoise, Brother
  • Michael Wayne Bamberg and wife Mildred, Brother
  • Larry was preceded in death by his parents, Larry Bamberg and Laura T. Bamberg, a son-in-law, Michael Greene and in-laws Bob and Jean Greenlee

Services

18 January

Visitation

1:00 pm

Centuries Memorial Chapel


18 January

Memorial Service

2:00 pm

Centuries Memorial Chapel


Memories

Larry Daniel Bamberg

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Martha Rodgers Gonzales

January 16, 2020

Danny always accepted and embraced Barbara’s “Saylor” family. He was a big part of our joy at family reunions. Glad he is no longer in pain and struggling but he will surely be missed.

Anita Thomason

January 16, 2020

Oh how I loved this man. Danny and Barbara became my neighbors
3 years ago. The first day I met him I found out that he knew my uncle and he shared some wonderful stories and memories that he had with me. I loved to go and sit and talk with him. I truly felt like family and became close to them. I already miss him so much but I know I'll see him again in Heaven someday. I would say to his family that he loved you more than you will ever know. I'm praying for strength to all of you in this time of loss.

Tira Kitchens Rogers

January 16, 2020

He was such a wonderful man! Growing up next door to this family was an amazing experience. I’m so sorry to hear of his passing. My thoughts are with all of you.

Lana Holman

January 16, 2020

I grew up with Danny always there him and Barbara where my second parents I loved him so very much . the kids where my brothers and sisters.....praying for all of you I know he will be greatly. Missed...love u all
Lana Holman

Allison Frost

January 15, 2020

Danny was one of the greatest men I have ever had the pleasure of knowing! He was like a huge teddy bear and always giving hugs whether you wanted one at the time or not. And the thing I will miss the most was his ability to make sure you left with a smile on your face even if you didn’t have one when you arrived. He was just admirable and very loving and he will be missed so much by everyone who knew him especially me!!

Love,

Allie

Mallory Padgett

January 13, 2020

Pawpaw daddy,

I'm trying to stay positive and remember all the amazing memories we have made in the 30 years I've been alive. We would wake up really early to watch Bob Ross paint and then fishing shows, just the two of us. You and Nonnie always took us grandkids to the lake and you always let me ride with you on the jet ski because we would joke that nonnie drove it like a grandma. You would sneak me snacks after nonnie would tell me no. We would always go way faster than what we should of. You were and will always be the greatest man in the world to me.

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