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Larry Lemoine

Larry Paul Lemoine Sr.

Saturday, May 23rd, 1953 - Thursday, April 30th, 2020
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Obituary

Larry Paul Lemoine, Sr., age 66, of West Monroe, LA, was born on May 23, 1953 in New Orleans, LA and passed from this life on April 30, 2020. The family will be having a private celebration of his life at a later date.

Larry is preceded in death by his parents, Jules Lemoine, Sr., and Josephine Mitchell Lemoine; brother, Jules Jr.; sister, Cheryl Garcia.

Survivors left to cherish their memories of him include his wife of 20 years, Kathryn Kostelka Lemoine; brothers, Richard and Ronnie Lemoine; sister, Benita Olivier; nieces, Renee Duplessis, and Shirley McCarthy, as well as other numerous nieces and nephews; children, Sarah Shelly, Melissa Lemoine, and Paul Lemoine, Jr.

Also left to cherish shared memories include his grandchildren, Anna Wilson, Kimmy Shelly, Gracie Shelly, Carolina Coon, Heighden Lemoine, and Alexa Lemoine; and one great grandchild, Daisy Lynn Marie Wilson.

Our family would like to thank you all for your thoughts and prayers during this time. Larry was truly one of a kind, a man who could touch all people. He will be sorely missed by everyone who had the privilege to know him.

Griffin Funeral Home
West Monroe, LA
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Kathryn Lemoine

Posted at 11:26pm
Today is Larry's birthday! ❤️ Please make a toast, a wish, a prayer, or all three in celebration of his life. 🌈
He touched each and every one of us in a special and profound way. That was just his nature.
Today, remember how he touched your life & smile for having known him.
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Tracy Kitchell

Posted at 11:45am
I will truly miss seeing Larry and Kathyrn at my place of work, what a great couple. I am so sorry for your lost and my heart breaks for you. Did not realize he played the guitar. FLY HIGH MY FRIEND. Huggs and Kisses Tracy Kitchell
MJ

Molly Jeter

Posted at 02:37pm
Condolences from friends at Enoch’s Pub & Cafe...to Larry, rocking in the sky!

Katie Kostelka-Coullandreau

Posted at 05:15pm
Miss and love you, Uncle Larry. I have such sweet memories of us together and Aunt Kathryn, playing records, dancing and listening to you playing the guitar. Riding your motorcycle (yes! I was scared and held on tight!!) And lastly, you playing at Pierre and I's wedding, which I always told you that you must!! Love you so much! Love, Katie ( Plus Pierre and Eleanore giving Aunt Kathryn love and hugs)
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Charlye

Posted at 02:37pm
I played music with Larry when I was in my teens. He was the drummer for 5th Street Exit. I loved his accurate and precise view of life. He always had a smile and a laugh whenever we were able to visit. His sweet spirit and extreme talent I will miss so much. God bless and prayers for his family. Rock on Buddy, Charlye
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