Larry George Linville, 72 of Carlisle, PA formerly of Ellwood City passed away unexpectedly at the Oak Hill Hospital in Brooksville, FL on May 18, 2015. Born in Ellwood City on April 24, 1943, Larry was the son of the late Lemuel and Helene Clark Linville. Larry was the Supervisor of Mechanical Installation for Intellegrated which purchased the former Mathews Conveyor Co. of Ellwood City. A 1961 graduate of Lincoln High School, Larry was also a veteran of the Army serving in South Korea. He was also a Harley Davidson enthusiast. Surviving is Larry's companion, Glenda Cook, a son and daughter-in-law, John and Margie Linville of Ellwood City, 2 grandchildren, Molly and Colin Linville and 2 brothers, Lemuel and Janie Linville of Ellwood City and Mark and Diane Linville of Perryville, KY. A private funeral service will be held at a later date. Interment will be in Locust Grove Cemetery. Arrangements were entrusted to the Joseph A. Tomon, Jr. Funeral Home and Crematory.
I have fond memories of growing up with Larry in Ellwood City. My thoughts and prayers are with his family at this time.
Micki and Mary Eskridge
We enjoyed being welcomed by him and Cookie as we entered the park. We also enjoyed spending time with him at the pool, in the hot tub as well as around the campfire. So sad to lose a friend. We will miss him. ♡
Randy & Merryl Michalek
We will miss pulling into the park and seeing your welcoming waves. Cookie and Larry's family we are so sorry to hear of your loss.
Larry was a good friend for the past 30 years. He is missed by a great many friends and family. May God bless Cookie and the Linville family.
John and Abbie Mayersky
Although we had known Larry for only a couple of years, his passing has left a huge void in our hearts and lives. He was a fellow motorcycle tider, a fellow Veteran, and a fellow RVer. He never had an unkind word to say about anyone. He was a joy to be around. We will miss him at the Belle Parc pool, on our motorcycle rides, and around our camp fires. He was a true friend and he will be missed.
Johnny & Judy Jones
So sorry for all Larry's family.We will miss him at Belle Parc but will be there in our hearts.We love you Cookie stay strong.
Howard and Sharon Ramsey
Cookie, there are no words to say how sorry we are. Larry will be missed by all of his Belle Parc friends.Our sympathies to his family also.hopefully we will see you later this year. we are here if you need us.
Mary Lou Stolp
Cookie & Larry's Family,
We were so sad to hear about Larry. He was such a gentle soul. We enjoyed you both as neighbors at BP, he always had a smile and wave. We send our love and prayers to you Cookie and the family. Steve & Mary Lou Stolp
Larry and Cathy Chafton
Our heart goes out to Cookie and your family, will sure miss you at Belle Parc.
Harry and Barb O'Brien
Our hearts are saddened with the loss of one of our Belle Parc family, we will miss Larry and all the kindness he showed. To Cookie and Larry's family our prayers are with you.
Van & Sheryl
Our hearts are broken. I will miss my rides with my Buddy, sharing cold ones and good stories! You made a lasting impression on us in the best way, friendship! Stash as well will miss her second Dad. Our love and support is there for you Cookie whenever you need it. Bottoms up to our Brother.
Dan and Jomette
There are no words for the loss Larry has left in the hearts of everyone that was aquainted with him. What a great person. We love you Larry and Cookie. God be with you.
Dennis & Janet Klein
We only knew Larry for a few months, but during that time he was a great friend. He will be missed by all his Belle Parc friends. Our sympathy to Cookie and Larry's family.
So sorry for your loss.
Dave and Sue Roy
To Cookie and the rest of Larry's family, God's blessings and our prayers are with you. Larry will be greatly missed. We're here for you Cookie.
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