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May 22, 1943 - February 2, 2016
Service Date February 5, 2016
Graveside commital service will be 1:00 pm, February 5th, at Lakeview Cemetery, Two Harbors, Minnesota. Followed by a Celebration of Larry’s life at The Living Waters Church in Two Harbors at 2:00pm.
Larry Lee Hurd, 72 of Two Harbors, MN passed away Tuesday February 2, 2016 at Ecumen Nursing Home in Two Harbors.
Larry was born on May 22, 1943 to Lester and Phyllis Hurd.
During his lifetime he was employed by numerous companies as a pipe insulator and was a member of Local 49.
Larry enjoyed all sports and car shows. His nickname by some was Sport Lar. He enjoyed many dogs in his life. He traveled across country with his family from West coast, down south, and Branson where his wife Janet and he had a condo.
Larry loved his children, grandchildren and his great grand daughter, and was known as Funny Grandpa.
He was preceded in death by his parents Phyllis and Lester, Father-in-Law Doc Witte, Darlene Nicholson, mother to Cory and Carie, granddaughter Jessica Greene, and his dogs, Digger, Rio, Pepsi and Mandy.
Larry is survived by his wife Janet Hurd, children, Lori (Mike) Welch, Lisa (Jerome) Greene, Cory Hurd, and Carie (Matt) Hall and his other children from Darlene, Cindy, Cheri, and Craig. Grandchildren Jameson Danielson, Joshua Danielson, Carissa Welch, Jacob Greene, Spencer Engblom, Caden Welch, and Jeremiah Greene. Tanya Mundy and Casey Loining. Great Granddaughter Clarissa Danielson and Baby girl Danielson who is due Monday February 8th. Siblings Robert, Carole, Judith, Richard, James, and Tim. Several nieces, nephews and cousins.
Graveside services will be 1:00 pm, February 5th, at Lakeview Cemetery, Two Harbors, Minnesota. Followed with a celebration of Larry’s life at The Living Waters Church in Two Harbors.
The family extends their heartfelt gratitude to those that provided loving and supportive care to Larry during his illness.