OBITUARY

Larry Hubert Almond

May 24, 1943May 10, 2020
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LEXINGTON – Larry Hubert Almond went home to join the Lord on Sunday, May 10, 2020. He was reunited with his mother and father, Juanita and Hubert Almond and brothers, Gene, Arnold, and Danny Almond.

Larry is survived by the love of his life, Betty Spires Almond; their two children, Kim (Gregg) Brazell and Tim (Beth) Almond and five grandchildren, Kalyn (Brandyn) Thibault, Ryan and Tyler Brazell, and Katherin and Darrin Almond.

A devoted son, husband, father and grandfather, Larry gave 100% to everything he did. He loved working with his hands. Larry was Mr. Fix It. No matter how big or small the problem, Larry would solve the problem. He spent years as co-owner at Snellgrove’s garage, then finished his career in paint and body at SCE&G where he found lifetime friends, Sam, Mark, and Ricky.

Larry will be greatly missed by his wife, children, grandchildren, as well as his surviving brothers and sisters, Melvin (Carol), Wayne (Darlene), Paul, Robert (Sheila), Ann (Forrest), Sandra (Danny), Shirley, Nancy and Donald, and numerous nieces and nephews.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Autism Society in honor of Rachel Stachler.

Services

  • Visitation

    Thursday, May 14, 2020

  • Graveside Service

    Friday, May 15, 2020

Memories

Larry Hubert Almond

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Cindy Larrabee Clark

May 13, 2020

Betty,
Mom (Sandra Spires Simmons) and I were so sorry to hear of the loss of Larry. Our prayers are with you and your family.
Cindy

Angela Almond Corbett

May 13, 2020

I will always love you Uncle Larry. We had some good times and lots of laughs. You helped make my house a home. Plus I will never look at rocks with out laughing!!!! Love you to the moon and back!!!!!!!!

Crystal Blume

May 12, 2020

Uncle Larry,

Throughout the years you’ve been a loving uncle, son, husband, dad, grandparent, brother and friend to all that knew you. You’ve showered us all with love, support and many laughs. I am so Grateful to of had so many years with you as my uncle. As I faced my own battle these past years you and Aunt Betty checked on me daily passing on your words of encouragement, prayers and love. You both gave me support and love that I needed and I am eternally grateful. I will miss you terribly and hold on tight to the happy memories. We all will make sure to do our best to be there for Aunt Betty. Until we see you again, know you will never be forgotten.

Love you always,

Crystal

Kathy Young

May 12, 2020

I want to thank Larry for his friendship and love he showed to me when I joined the family. Larry and Betty are the warmest caring people that I’ve known for a long time I love you both . Larry rest in peace and we will be there for Betty always.

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