Larry Gene Teaver
November 17, 1946 - April 28, 2019
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Larry Gene Teaver was born in Lebanon, MO on November 17th, 1946, to Agnes Pauline Teaver (Malone) & Lloyd Jack Teaver and passed away in Springfield, MO April 28th, 2019. He had 2 brothers, (twin brother) Harry Dean Teaver & Lloyd Jack Teaver, Jr. (Pam) & 1 sister Linda Teaver. He married Cynthia Teaver (Dearth)…

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Mary wilson left a message on May 1, 2019:
Larry was my first “crush” in school. We went to prom together with my friend and Harry! We lost touch when they went in the navy. He was a great guy! Sorry for your loss?
Sheila Murphy Felter left a message on May 1, 2019:
Larry and I went to Hillcrest Elementary all the way thru Lebanon High school together. Shared many classes together and we shared many interesting conversations and laughs together. I'm really going to miss him at our 55th class reunion. I know we can continue our fun conversations in Heaven. May God comfort all you family and friends. Loved ya Teaver. Sheila Murphy Felter.
Misty Teaver left a message on April 30, 2019:
One thing I will always remember about Uncle Larry are the many trips we made to McDonalds as a child. He would take his daughter Dena, my brother Jeremy and myself to the play place. We would always listen to oldies music on the way there. He would always sing along to any Elvis Presley song that came on. Where he'd try and get us to sing . Once we go there he would always get a fresh coffee. That's when us kids would run straight to the play area. He sit drink his coffee and talk to other customers for hours. All so us kids could have fu. During this time us 3 kids would have a blast getting to play. I always had a so much fun doing this no matter how many times we went. I remember that we would always be able to get an Ice cream cone to eat right before we left. I know as a kid it was one of my favorite things we got to go do. Thank you Uncle Larry for being the person to give a child such a simple but extremely happy memory. All those trips were some of the best times I remember having with my brother and cousin as a child. No matter what I will always be grateful for the time you spent with is during my childhood. I will always love you for that. I just truly wanna say to Cindy, Dena and Reign how sorry I am for the loss you are going through now. I love you guys . Misty Teaver
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