Larry Howard Teets

April 20, 1950 - March 20, 2020
Larry Howard Teets


Larry Howard Teets 69, passed away at home on Friday, March 20, 2020.

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  • March 25, 2020
    Chris Johnson says:
    I worked with Larry for many years. He was always so much fun! Rest in Peace my friend!

  • March 26, 2020
    Nicole Teets Favors says:
    I love you Uncle Larry! I hope you are now at peace. I will treasure your letters talks, and poetry forever

  • March 28, 2020
    Randy teets says:
    My brother always grew up living on the edge always loved to write pub two poetry books last one My World Is The Sky last poem The Last Refrain Be it the last refrain My mind will ever employ Theres no joy without pain And yet no pain without joy loved Holland wont forget many conversations sorely missed and loved see you soon your brother

  • March 29, 2020
    Shelli Bird says:
    I remember late night of Trivial Pursuit when Larry gave me "special" questions that I would know the answer to. Maybe I was 8 or 9. My favorite which he asked at least three times a game was "At what age did Shelli learn how to ride a bike." Larry, you were a great man. Rest in Peace.

  • April 02, 2020
    Michael Villano says:
    I just learned minutes ago about Larry's passing. We went through grammar school and high school together and played football also. I remember meeting Larry in kindergarten and he invited me to his 5th or 6th birthday party. Larry gave me my first sports book, Touchdown Pass" a few years later. I saw him several months ago and reminded him that he and his Dad took me to my first collegiate football game in 1959 when we were both 9 years old. He said he remembered and continued to explain that it was Cornell at Princeton and that it was a 7 to 7 game until the.closing minutes when Princeton scored on a run around the left end. He always had an unbelievable memory. I'll miss my friend.