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Woodstock Funeral Home

8855 Main Street, Woodstock, GA

OBITUARY

Dale Lee McLarty

October 15, 1955June 8, 2019
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Dale Lee McLarty, age 63, passed away June 8, 2019 after fighting a long battle with cancer. Dale graduated from Sylvan Hills High School in Atlanta in 1973. After 25 years of service with Curtis Printing Company in Atlanta Dale retired and became caretaker at Cushing Memorial Park in Canton, Georgia. Dale loved going to the lake, fishing and boating. He also liked to work with wood. He is survived by his loving wife Patricia (Patti) Fears McLarty, daughter, Jessica McLarty, son Seth Iversen, step-children, Jesse Holden and Annis Sisk, grandchildren Evan and Eric Hamby and Sheila McLarty, step-grandchildren, Braya and Dawsyn Holden, sister, Denise McLarty Forrester, brother, Ken McLarty and father, Thomas Harold McLarty. Dale was preceded in death by his mother, Sadie Lee Murphy and brother Steve McLarty. There will be a visitation from 4 until 8 pm on Monday, June 10, 2019 at the funeral home. A Celebration of Dale’s life will be held Tuesday, June 11, 2019 at 1:00 pm at the Woodstock Funeral Home Chapel. Interment will follow at Rolling Hills Cemetery in Acworth, Georgia.

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  • He is survived by his loving wife Patricia (Patti) Fears McLarty, daughter, Jessica McLarty, son Seth Iverson, step-children, Jesse Holden and Annis Sisk, grandchildren Evan and Eric Hamby and Sheila McLarty, step-grandchildren, Braya and Dawsyn Holden, sister, Denise McLarty Forrester, brother, Ken McLarty and father, Thomas Harold McLarty. Dale was preceded in death by his mother, Sadie Lee Murphy and brother Steve McLarty.

Services

  • Visitation Monday, June 10, 2019
  • Celebration of Life Tuesday, June 11, 2019
  • Committal Service Tuesday, June 11, 2019

Memories

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Beth Houstom/ Berry

June 11, 2019

I grew up with Dale at the lake. I was the little sister there.

Jillian Easterwood~Smith

June 11, 2019

Daddy Dale,
Cardinals are surrounding me this morning and I feel this peace knowing that you are finally in that Glorious Gate.
I can remember meeting you for the first time. The start of a lifelong friendship with Jessica. You were so tall, protective man and drove a really big orange truck. I can remember waving as you would drive by while I was playing outside. Although you were a giant to me, your love and scrafice was even greater in this life here.
One of my favorite memories is when You, Troy and Jess took me to Cushing Park for the 1st time. I have no doubt the two of us little girls surely drove you nuts saying "look" or "watch us" and our snickering or bickering. I'm pretty positive you had patience of Job dealing with the two of us.
Another one you know I will never forget is almost getting run over in Walmart parking lot by a man in a big blue truck. I saw you inside and hugged your waist and as we're catching up in came the man. Never will I forget that belly laughter we shared because the man was Jerry, the friend you were waiting on to go to the car show.
Daddy Dale you are loved and will never be forgotten.

Love you always
Jill "your other daughter"

Margaret (Granny) Plemons

June 11, 2019

I'm so glad I was at church the day you gave your heart to the God. You always checked on myself and Granny Clifford. And always would would bring me firewood every winter.

Denise Forrester

June 11, 2019

You will be missed my dearest brother. I will carry our memories in my heart always. Tell Momma and Steve I love them. Until we meet again......

Louie and Donna Federella

June 11, 2019

We are saddened by the loss of our friend Dale I don't ever remember a time when visiting where we didn't crack up about something or someone one always a bunch of laughs he was always there to help if you could . He was one of the kindness men i have ever had the pleasure of knowing . I am proud to call Dale my friend . We love you dale and we will miss you greatly. you will forever be in our 💓

Annis Sisk

June 10, 2019

Dale, you will forever be remembered and missed. I love you, and I will see you again some day.

Seth Iversen

June 10, 2019

Mona Cross

June 10, 2019

There are so many memories, especially when we were younger. 58 years worth, so if I had to pick one thing, that would be difficult to do.
Dale was always pretty laid back, but to hear him laugh hard was always nice. I could always get him laugh. He was always very helpful to me and was there if I needed to talk. Hanging out at the lake with him was always a treat. It was an adventure to go for a boat ride with him. He knew all the cool places to go on the lake.
Dale, I will miss your laugh and I know I will see you again. Give your mom and Steve a hug for me. Love you buddy.

Carol Allen

June 10, 2019

Jessica, your daddy was so kind and funny. He had a great laugh! He was a wonderful grandfather to Shelia and the boys! I know you will all miss him, but rejoice that you will see him again in Heaven. You are all in my prayers! I love ya'll!

Jessica McLarty

June 10, 2019

I love you daddy! As much as I'm going to miss our time together I'm blessed to know I will see you again.

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Biography

Dale Lee McLarty, age 63, passed away June 8, 2019 after fighting a long battle with cancer. Dale graduated from Sylvan Hills High School in Atlanta in 1973. After 25 years of service with Curtis Printing Company in Atlanta Dale retired and became caretaker at Cushing Memorial Park in Canton, Georgia. Dale loved going to the lake, fishing and boating. He also liked to work with wood. He is survived by his loving wife Patricia (Patti) Fears McLarty, daughter, Jessica McLarty, son Seth Iverson, step-children, Jesse Holden and Annis Sisk, grandchildren Evan and Eric Hamby and Sheila McLarty, step-grandchildren, Braya and Dawsyn Holden, sister, Denise McLarty Forrester, brother, Ken McLarty and father, Thomas Harold McLarty. Dale was preceded in death by his mother, Sadie Lee Murphy and brother Steve McLarty. There will be a visitation from 4 until 8 pm on Monday, June 10, 2019 at the funeral home. A Celebration of Dale’s life will be held Tuesday, June 11, 2019 at 1:00 pm at the Woodstock Funeral Home Chapel. Interment will follow at Rolling Hills Cemetery in Acworth, Georgia.