OBITUARY

Larry W. Nolff

August 24, 1936November 6, 2021
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Larry W Nolff, age 85, passed away in his home and went to be with Jesus on Saturday, November 6, 2021. He is survived by his wife of 65 years, Jacqueline, 4 children, Linda (Kevin), Brian (Donna), Greg (Sandy) and Tim (Ronnette), 5 grandchildren, Christopher, Jessica, Kristen, Kaitlyn and Eli, and 2 great grandchildren, Phoenix and Audrey. He was born in Ypsilanti, Michigan and graduated from Belleville High School in 1954. He went on to earn an Electronics degree in 1956 and began a career with IBM as an Instructor and Technical Trainer, lasting 34 years.

He would go on in retirement to use his gifts of teaching and service to minister in many areas including, Assistant Pastor for 9 years at Fishersville United Methodist Church, Pastor for 1 year at Augusta Springs United Methodist Church, Sunday School teacher, Choir Director and Bible study leader. Throughout this time he was actively involved in the community through visitation and outreach to many.

Funeral services will be held on Friday, November 12, 2021 at Calvary United Methodist Church, Stuarts Draft, at 11:45 a.m. with a public viewing from 10:30-11:30 a.m. In lieu of flowers, donations in his name can be made to Calvary United Methodist Church, 2179 Stuarts Draft Highway, Stuarts Draft, VA, 24477.

Services

PREVIOUS SERVICES:

  • Visitation

    Friday, November 12, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Friday, November 12, 2021

OTHER SERVICES:

  • Officiating, Interment

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Albert Baylis II

November 16, 2021

When I was going to give my and Larry's Grandfather's funeral. Larry stopped in to encourage me with his and mine common faith in the Lord Jesus and to support me in sharing Christ. It helped relax and strengthen me . Thanks to Larry for a life well lived.
Al II

Michael Goodwin

November 14, 2021

Larry is a kind and God loving man. When my daughter and I were in need he took us in. I will never forget this. I hope to see you on the other side.

Donna Evelsizer

November 13, 2021

Dear Family
I am so sorry for your loss.
Larry was such a fine man. I know him when he was at FUMC and thought so much of him and Jackie. He will be missed.
Blessings
Donna

Linda McKinley

November 13, 2021

What an awesome friend Larry was to Roger and I, what a wonderful man of God, and what a great personality! It was always a joy to see him and to be around him, his smile was contagious, what a great teacher of the Bible he was, so enjoyable to listen to, we will never forget Larry, and we look so forward to seeing him again! God is good and we are so grateful that our paths crossed! Until we meet again in heaven, his memory will forever be in our hearts! ❤️

Allen Cox

November 11, 2021

I really got to know Larry as my Sunday school teacher as a teen and he was also our youth president. Many memories on the softball field, him in left and me in center. I knew I could always depend on Larry for support thru his prayers. Jackie I know you will miss him terribly and I already do. Look forward to seeing you Larry in heaven someday. Prayers for the family.

Phil Nolff

November 10, 2021

Larry was my oldest cousin. I remember back in the mid-fifties a family get together at our Grandmas in Carleton. Larry was probably close to 18. We went over to the school across the street to hit fly balls. Larry hit from by the school to over the entire playground and over the fence. To this day I am amazed at the distance and I have never been able to hit a ball that far.
I remember the mid fifties convertable he drove then and how he always had a smile.

Laura Doty

November 8, 2021

I first met Pastor Larry at Fishersville UMC. Our daughter, Hannah, was just 3 at the time and she and Larry had such a special bond. Every Sunday, she would run up to him and he would scoop her up and hug her. This tradition continued until she was much too big to scoop up, but the hugs and love remained. Rest In Peace, good sir. You will be sorely missed.

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