Larry F. USERY

December 11, 1926 ~ October 23, 2006

Mr. Larry Fraisher Usery passed away Monday, Oct. 23, 2006, at the St. Louis University Hospital, in St. Louis, MO., at the age of 79 years, 10 months & 12 days. Larry was born on December 11, 1926, in Reynolds Co., MO., & was the son of Rufus Val Usery & Bertha 'Kennedy' Usery. Also preceding were: his 1st wife, Kayoka 'Nukata' Usery; 2nd wife, Virginia Stegall (1999); 1 Sister, Bonnie Trammel & 5 Brothers: Ted Usery; Leonard Usery; Elmo Usery; Bill Usery & Junior Usery.

Larry was a US ARMY & NAVY Veteran of World War II & The Korean War.

Survivors Include: 3 Sons: James (& Patricia) Usery, of Festus, MO; Charles (& Lori) Usery, of Farmington; Larry J. (& Cindy) Usery, of Leadwood, MO. 1 Sister: Virginia Sloan, of Maryville, IL; 7 Grandchildren: Sean (& Mandy) Usery; Shannon (Mrs. Doug) Kennedy; Gabriel Usery; Tim Patton; Danielle Usery; Erin Usery & Ammie 'Mrs. Ramey' Marler.

Visitation: Thursday, 5-9 pm. Visitation resumes Friday, 7:00 a.m.

Funeral: Friday, 11:00 a.m., October 27, 2006,

at: TAYLOR Funeral Service CHAPEL, Farmington.

with: Rev. Doyle McGrew officiating.

Interment: Hillview Memorial Gardens Cemetery, Farmington.

Memorials to: * American Heart Association.

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  1. I will miss Uncle Larry a lot. I just have so many fond memories of him when we were kids and as adults. Going on vacation to go see him when he lived in FL. We had a blast. I love you Uncle Larry. You made such an impression in my life and I will never forget him or what he meant to me. Love Tanya

  2. Our Fathers will always live with us in our hearts. My thoughts and prayers will always be with Larry, Charlie, Jim, and your families. Karen.

  3. …in Joanie's "treasure box", the silk baby dress you sent me from Japan..the day we cooked dinner together and you shared your life's story with me..our laughs on the phone..our Christmas letters…….priceless. Joanie Usery-Dysart

  4. So sorry to hear about Uncle Larry's passing. We are keeping you in our prayers. It was nice to visit with some of you at PawPaw Ted's funeral earlier this month. The family should still try to get together and carry on the Usery tradition. May God bless you all.

  5. Although Uncle Larry wasnt my uncle by blood just like grandma Sloan is my "adopted" grandma he was my "adopted" uncle. He was a very sweet godly man and will be greatly missed. I will be praying for you all Charlie, Junior and Jimmy. And also all the other family members Uncle Larry left behind. He is in a much better place now in that wonderful city in the sky. We will see him again someday!!!!

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