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Obituary for Lawrence Malan

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Lawrence Malan

October 11, 1937 - April 9, 2014

Lawrence (Larry) Malan, 77, passed away, from lung cancer. He was born October 11, 1937 to Lawrence Shern and Virginia Littlefield Malan in Ogden, Utah.
Larry graduated from Ogden High School. He Married Barbara Rackham Corey in Elko, Nevada.
Larry served in the United States Army and retired from Hill Air Force Base. Larry met many lifelong friends and golf buddies over the years.
Dad Enjoyed many years snowmobiling and boating with his family and friends.
Thanks dad for all the times we danced thru the diamonds in the snow or sailed along the crystal blue waters.
A Special thanks to our mom for all your loving care you gave our dad.
Larry is survived by his wife Barbara, his sons Larry Corey and David Corey (Nancy), and his daughter Lorie Barlow (John), his grandchildren; Stacie (Noodle) (Dusty), Jane (David), Lillian (Chase), Olivia (Alex), Angela, Ian, and Hyrum; his great grand children; Emma, William, Brewer, Logan and sister Kate.
Larry was preceded in death by his parents and his brother Dick
Family will greet friends for an informal Remembrance, Saturday April 12, 2014 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at Leavitt’s Mortuary 836-36th Street, Ogden, UT.
Whoa, whoa, whoa….In Lieu of flowers take your loved one to dinner.
Please send the family your condolences at www.leavittsmortuary.com

 

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Date: Saturday, April 12, 2014

Time: 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm


 

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Born: October 11, 1937
Died: April 9, 2014

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Christina Nalder posted on 4/18/14

Barbara, Stephen and I are sorry to hear of the passing of Larry. You and Larry were a very special couple. Larry was such a great conversationalist. I just wish we could of done something together as couples. If you need to talk or get away for awhile, give me a call @ 801-309-9276 and we can get together. Know that Larry touched a lot of people and his family was a very important part of his life and most importantly you, Barbara. We are sorry we did not make it to his remembrance but know that you and your family was in ours prayers.

 

Marianne Flink Christensen posted on 4/14/14

Dear Barbara and Lorie, I was very sad to hear of Larrys passing. I have so many great memories of gowing up at your house and with your family. Lots of fun times at the Eagles and the campground, going to Jackson Hole too many to mention. You were my second family. I miss all of you, your in my heart and prayers at this time. I was not able to make it Saturday but would love to come see you or maybe go to lunch. I'm sorry for your loss. Larry added a lot to your lives, he will be greately missed. Take care. Love Marianne

 

Marianne Brunker posted on 4/14/14

My Dear Friend Barbara, I am so sorry to hear about Larry. I was not in town and just read his obituary.. I tried to find your phone number but as you know its not in the book. I very much want to talk to you and help you through this very difficult time. I love you so much, please call me at 801 458 0362. Marianne

 

Vicki L Olson posted on 4/12/14

I am sorry for the passing of Larry. I loved the Littlefield get togethers - hearing all the old stories, laughing, catching up on the families. I remember going to Aunt Virginia and Uncle Sherm's house and playing with the cousins. I can still hear Larry's laugh - it was a great laugh! Love to all the family, Vicki L Olson

 

Ron & Selma Cerny posted on 4/12/14

I will miss talking to Larry while I was passing on my walks. We would tell stories about old cars, military days etc. He was always busy in the garage or around the house. The Malan's have been great neighbors for the past twenty seven years and he will be greatly missed.

 

Sheri Malan Kososik posted on 4/12/14

My heart is saddened at the passing of my Uncle Larry. Even though our families did not keep in touch like we should, I have such a warm place in my heart that holds all the memories of the Malan get togethers. Uncle Larry and Aunt Barbara were always such a happy couple, I received so many hugs and love from them. My thoughts are with all of you as you say goodbye to such a wonderful husband, dad, brother, uncle and friend. Hey Uncle Larry, please give a hug to Grandma and Grandpa and my dad. Love you...Sheri

 

Kathy Gray posted on 4/12/14

To me Larry was one of those people who lit up the room when he came in. He had that great quality of a honorable man and and an forever child. He was special. I feel so sad that we have lost such a lovely person. We could use more like him. Heartfelt condolences to all who loved him Kathy Gray(past emp.Sandtrap)

 

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