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April 7, 1941 – Friday, July 18, 2008

Service Information
United Methodist Church in Mon
Saturday, July 26th, 2008

Visitation Information

Larry Wayne Heath, 67, of Montrose died suddenly last Friday , July 18th, 2008.

In Clinton, Iowa, on April 7th, 1941, Milo and Valeria Heath were blessed with a son and named him Larry Wayne Heath. Larry enjoyed spending time with his family and friends. He also very much enjoyed spending his spare time fishing with his son. Larry had a big heart and will surely be missed.

Larry is preceded in death by a son: Larry Wayne Heath Jr.; parents: Milo and Valeria Heath; and siblings: Kenny Heath, Delores Norm and Laura Lee Heath.

Those that are left to cherish Larryʼs memory are his wife: Barbara; son: Josh (Jody) Hartman; grandchildren: Jake and Jesse Vandewalker and Shayla and Logan Rogness; siblings: Gerald (Sara) Heath, Nancy Smith, Marilyn ʽPunkyʼ McCluskey, and Patricia (Calvin) Shafer; many other relatives and good friends.

Larry enjoyed spending time with his family and friends. He also very much enjoyed spending his spare time fishing with his son. Larry had a big heart and will surely be missed.

The funeral service for Larry will be Saturday, July 26th, 2008 at 11am at United Methodist Church in Montrose. There will be a 1 hour visitation before the start of the service.

Interment service will be at the Cokato Finnish Cemetery in rural Cokato.

In Lieu of flowers, memorials are prefered.

8 Guestbook Entries

  1. cristi brown/wickert

    i know larry when my mom was alive and he always wanted us to shovel snow for him and he always helped us out on things. we are going to miss him, for us kids looked up as if he was like a uncle to us kids. he always came over to see how we doing when we lived in montrose. the hardest part is that i just talked to him and i can’t belive he is gone. we will miss you uncle larry. love from all, sandra and the kids.

  2. Christine Hartman

    Larry will surely be missed, I will never forget him. I will not be able to make it up for the funeral but I miss you all and wish I could be there with you. I hope to see or hear from you all soon. Love Chrissy

  3. Marilyn (Punkey) McCluskey

    I can remember when My brother (Larry) was a little kid. We built forts in the back yard. Larry, his 2 brothers (Kenneth and Gerald) and I were behind 1 fort and dad was behind the other. Dad kept sticking his head up and saying you missed me,Ha!Ha! Larry had packed a snowball so hard that it turned into an iceball. When dad stuck his head up again Larry threw the iceball and got dad with it. Dad was so upset that he would not have anymore snowball fights with us. Larry would follow me no matter where I went. We were together a lot. I love my brother and he will always be in my heart. I miss him very much. God rest his soul. My love will always stay with him and his family

  4. Beau, Nicholson

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  5. Donna and Dan Stark

    We knew Larry as a fun loving guy who liked to spend time with his family and friends, the thing that we are going to miss about him is that he always had at least one joke to tell and no matter how down you were he could always make you smile

  6. Heather Schlueter

    Josh and family…I did not know larry but in the last 9yrs I have known Josh and now know where he got his humor, caring personality, strength in friendship and his love for fishing and being outdoors. Not to mention the the gift he has for being a “TRUE” friend. Larry odviously set the example for many people in what a Good man is. I pray you all have peace in the difficult days ahead. My prayers are with all of you…..Heather Schlueter

  7. Amy Koerner

    I feel really bad because I had to work the day of the funeral, and I do not drive, so I feel very terrible! Larry was a really great person, and he always made me smile even when I was sad! I will definitely miss him!

  8. Patty Ficker

    Josh, Our family was very sorry to hear about the loss of your father. I hope you will stay in touch with the rest of your family to help you get through the next several months. Things will get easier. Patty and Ken


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