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December 3, 1947 – Sunday, October 27, 2013

Service Information
St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church, Corcoran,
Saturday, November 2, 2013
11:00 AM

Visitation Information
St. Thomas the Apostle Parish Hall, Corcoran, MN
Friday, November 1, 2013
3-7 PM

Larry “Snuffy”, “Cowboy” Bermel, age 65 of St. Michael, MN passed away at his home on October 27, 2013.

Mass of Christian Burial on Saturday, November 2, 2013 at 11:00 AM at St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church0 Cty Rd. 10, Corcoran, MN.

Visitation on Friday, November 1, 2013 at St. Thomas Catholic Church parish hall from 3-7 PM with a prayer service at 6 PM & 1 hour prior to Mass on Saturday at the church.

Interment St. Thomas Cemetery, Corcoran, MN.

Larry was born on December 3, 1947 in Randall, MN to Anthony & Betty (Sutton) Bermel. He married Judy Kuehn on August 17, 1968 at St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church in Corcoran, MN. He retired after 28 years as an iron worker for Local 512. He truly enjoyed driving school bus for St. Michael-Albertville School for 18 years. Larry was the #1 fan for all of the STMA sporting events. He enjoyed spending time up north at the cabin with his grandchildren & family.

He is preceded in death by his parents & son, Destry.

Survived by his wife, Judy Bermel of St. Michael, MN; 3 sons, Shane (Jenny) Bermel of Buffalo, MN, Chad (Michelle)Bermel of Albertville, MN & Travis (Heather) Bermel of Monticello, MN; six grandchildren, Colton, Weston, Brianna, Conner, Sabrina, Brittany; 3 sisters, Theresa (Tony) Conzet of Monticello, MN, Marie (Jim) Jones of Monticello, MN & Rayne (Dale) Wenholtz of Hugo, MN.

15 Guestbook Entries

  1. Teresa (McClellan) Kittock

    My condolences are with your family at this time. I remember the fun memories my dad used to share with our family. Larry was loved by many.

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  2. Band Mom

    I will miss you on those bus rides with the Marching Band. You were always there and always helped out; the kids all knew and loved you.

    Band Mom

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  3. Tim and Kaye Berning

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you. May you find comfort in your memories and in each other at this difficult time.

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  4. Jaimie Larson

    Thank you Cowboy Larry for all the support you have given me over the years. Your presence will be missed by so many!

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  5. Jennifer Petrowski

    I am having trouble with words. Although I live many states away now, I thought I’d see you again, my friend. I wanted to tell you how incredible the kindness that you always showed to me was, and through all of life’s ups and downs those years we worked together, your friendship was so valuable and cherished. The love and pride you had for your family was beautiful, and your kindness, generosity and loyalty made your friends very lucky to have you. Thank you for all of the great hunting advice too 🙂 You will be so missed by so many.

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  6. CHERI WALHOWE MURPHY

    To Larry’s family,
    I send my sympathy. He was a great kid in high school and a lot of fun to be around.
    Try to remember the good times as this will help you in your loss.

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  7. Angela (ebner) Wiltscheck

    I am so happy to have known COWBOY! He was the best bus driver. But even more than that… RIP Cowboy, my thoughts are with your family.

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  8. Angela (Ebner) Wiltscheck

    I am so happy to have known COWBOY! He was the best bus driver. But even more than that… RIP cowboy my thoughts are with your family.

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  9. Larry and Sue Kostka

    Our deepest sympathy to all of Larry’s family.
    He was always such a breath of fresh air and so fun to be around.
    He will be missed by so many family and friends.
    Memories of his smiling face and twinkling eyes will carry us through this sad time and be with us always.
    He was a VERY GOOD man.
    Gentle Hugs

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  10. Barbara Garner

    Larry, Although we didn’t stay in touch most of our adult years, your mom always kept me up to date with what you were up to. I have missed that connection and all the, sometimes goofy, but always heartwarming stories she shared with me about the family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
    Barb and family

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  11. Cindy Kottke

    Larry was a great person and neighbor! He always stopped and chatted with me when I was out walking or getting the mail. Always let me know where the fish were biting! I miss his laugh already. My thoughts are with the family during this difficult time.

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  12. Carrie Bermel, daughter to Gary Bermel

    Judy and family,
    My deepest sympathies for you during this difficult time. I have so many wonderful memories of Larry growing up and listening to stories from my dad.
    Rest peacefully Larry.
    Deepest sympathies,
    Carrie Bermel

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  13. Marion Conwell

    Anyone that has had children in the St. Michael-Albertville School District knows how fortunate we were to have Larry driving our children to school activities. He took special care of my son Logan when he drove him to Wright Technical Center. All of the students loved him and he will be greatly missed! He owned my grandmother’s home and I was always trying to get him to sell me her old outhouse! He would always laugh and say, “I can’t, I might need it someday!”

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  14. Carrie Halderson Kolasa

    Judy & family,
    We are so sorry for your loss. Larry was truly a wonderful, unique person that will be missed by so many. We will be holding your entire family in our thoughts and prayers.
    Love, Robbie & Carrie Kolasa

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  15. lina faue

    Larry was always a nice guy when i spoke to McDonald when he came in 4 his coffee and pies he will be deeply missed

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