Bauer Funeral Chapel


Larry Dean MCGEE Sr.

May 16, 1935January 16, 2021

Larry McGee 1935-2021. Larry was born May 16 1935 in Glasgow, Montana. Went to highschool in Missoula, Montana. He then joined the Air Force in Feb 1953 to 1963. He moved to Texas and worked on oil rigs as a welder. Moved to Montana started working for the White Pine wood mill in Missoula. Then he moved to Marysville, Wa. Worked at different Mills and went to Everett Community College and received a certificate in welding. He joined the Seventh Day Adventist Church in Gold Bar in the late 80's and became a deacon, which was his proudest achievement in his life. He had become a firm believer in the Lord. He is servived by 7 adult children, 13 grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren, and 2 great-great grandchildren.


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Larry Dean MCGEE Sr.

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Sharon McKee

February 4, 2021

I only met larry a few times but he seemed really kind and was a man that made my friend Jean very happy! May he R.I.P and hopefully we will meet again in the beautiful beyond:)

Cheryl Kendrick

February 3, 2021

I met Larry at church and truly enjoyed the music 🎶 he shared
Our Hope is the Good Shepherd, may we see you again!!

Bob McGee

February 3, 2021

Yeas ago after 13 years of your absences in my life you wecomed a lost yong man of 18 with both of your arms open so wide and set me on the best track of my life knowing i had nothing to give back in return but That didn't stop you from loving me, YOU taught me how to respect my self, YOU taught me truth, YOU taught me Why to keep a promise!,YOU taught me the difference between a father and a Dad! And YOU taught me strength in what i now believe in - The Lord - , All because of YOU since the very day i met you again I HAVE BEEN AND ALWAYS WILL BE DAMN PROUD TO BE YOUR SON!!, I Love You Dad, I'll See Ya When I See Ya, By For Now.

Janet Payne

February 1, 2021

I am Jean’s sister Janet Payne and I only met Larry a couple of times on Face time video chats and he was such a fun sweet man in those moments.. I sincerely wish my husband and I had met him in person. Didn’t know him nearly as long but I do know he was so good for and too my sister. Sleep well dear man🙏🏻🙏🏻

Michael McGee Sr.

January 31, 2021

I moved up to Washington from California in the summer of 1979. It was supposed to be for a year so I could get to know you Dad beings you and mom went separate ways when I was in diapers. There were things I would over hear of conversations between aunts, uncles, grandparents and mom. And occasionally my older siblings and mom. I never got, OR asked for the whole story and at the time didn't really matter to me for whatever the reason.
Until I did move up to Washington to live with you. After several months and after we moved into the house in Maltby, that question started burning inside of me..... and one day, on a weekend, I rode with you into town to take care of some arends you had. About half way into town that burning question finally made its way out.

Dad, what happened between you and mom?
And you clenched your teeth and looked out your driver side window as if you were thinking.. mmm there's that question.
You looked out the window for a brief moment and then turned to me and said...
"Son, whatever you may have heard, that IS the way it was."

That wasn't the answer I was expecting or was looking for.
But it was, without question, the answer I needed.
It didn't tell me what happened. It told me what kind of man my father was.
An Honest man. A Man who took responsibility for things he's done, or hasn't done. Even though some of those things may not have been true or correct. You had no possible way of knowing what I was, or wasn't told. But you accepted responsibility for it nonetheless. Only a Real Man would do such a thing. That is something that I will never forget, and something I will always be proud of.
I am, have always been and forever will be proud to be your son.
I hope that you were aware of that.
I love you Dad. And I miss you.

Lynell Andelian

January 31, 2021

Larry was truly a special friend that we came to love and respect and life will not be the same without him. Years ago my husband and I started a relief mission across the world. When Larry heard that we were needing funds for the Philippines he wanted to get involved. Larry’s generosity helped with the education of four boys. He also helped with medical expenses of a boy with kidney disease. That young man is now a minister. He never asked for a donation receipt or recognition, he just gave, that’s who Larry was. Because of Larry’s giving heart there are people across this world that have a better life and many have accepted the Lord as their Savior. Larry taught us that no matter the circumstances we can each do our part for God. Goodnight dear Larry, we will see you soon when Jesus returns and calls you to come forth from your resting place. What a reunion that will be when we all gather together on that Sea of Glass!

Jean Ludwig

January 30, 2021

Larry was such a kind and gentle man and loved Jesus very much. He had also became an elder in the church and ministered with such love and comfort. He stood firm in what he believed and yet was as gentle as a lamb.

Oh Larry, you were my fiance and best friend. I love and miss you so, but I have the hope of seeing you again on Resurrection Morning when Jesus comes. May we ALL be comforted by that thought. We had such wonderful times together. I just can't say which was the best times. They were all great and we just enjoyed each other whenever we were together either dining out, going to church, or taking a drive.

To all Larry's family members: I'm so glad I have you all in my life too. I love you and thanks for loving me too and welcoming me into your wonderful family. You are in my thoughts and prayers for comfort from God.

Michael Mcgee jr

January 30, 2021

I love you and will always miss you grandpa, I remember amazing family dinners as a child and will not forget that finger that seemed like you were getting hit with a two by four across the forhead when I would say a swear word.

Melissa Jewell

January 30, 2021

Grandpa, you were the greatest man I ever knew. Thank you for all that you instilled into all of us. Your memory will forever live in my heart.

Aryanna Jewell

January 30, 2021

I will always remember those great huge family dinners. I was too young to really remember anything but I do remember that his hugs were always warm and that I LOVED his stories. Will always cherish the times I had with my great grandfather. May he rest in peace..