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Larry Gabbard, October 29, 1950~November 21, 2014

Larry Gabbard, 64, of Fayetteville, died Friday, November 21, 2014. He was born October 29, 1950 in Fayetteville to John F. and Joyce Gabbard.

He was preceded in death by his father; and his brother, Fred Gabbard.

He is survived by his mother, Joy Gabbard; and sister, Janice Gabbard Pownall.

A private memorial gathering will be at Walnut Grove Cemetery, Wednesday, November 26, 2014.

In lieu of flowers, donations to St. Jude’s Childrens Hospital.

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    Name » 25. Nov, 2014

    Joy and Janice, You are in my heart and prayers in your loss of son and brother.
    Margaret Holcomb

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    Nadine Dobbs » 25. Nov, 2014

    Joy, I am so sorry for your loss of Larry. He was always in my thoughts. He always loved Christina, and I have the last letter he wrote to her in her special things that I have saved of hers. He was always so thoughtful. I saw him at Home Depot a few months back, he really looked good. My thoughts and prayers go out to you and Janice.
    God Bless you always, Nadine

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    Millie Webster » 25. Nov, 2014

    Joy
    You are in my prayers and in my heart.

    Millie

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    Alvin Herrington » 25. Nov, 2014

    Joy you have my condolences and prayers during this difficult time. Lean up on Him and He will give you peace. May the Lord comfort you

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    Dixie Wilson » 25. Nov, 2014

    So sorry for your loss. I knew him from school. Sweetest young man and shy. So handsome. May God wrap his arms around you all. Keep you there until your pain isn’t so bad… Larry was so kind and sweet..

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    Melanie Reece » 26. Nov, 2014

    Thinking of your family in this most difficult of times.

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    Ron Gabbard » 26. Nov, 2014

    Prayers for your peace at this time. I have always enjoyed your family and remember many good times, albeit from a lot of years ago. You are terrific people, and you deserve an abundance of love, peace, and understanding at this difficult time. Please know that God is a gracious God, and He already knows your needs and is ready to supply with Heaven’s riches. Thank you for the great people that you are.
    By the way, my mom is doing well, and would likely write a condolence herself, except she currently has no internet. I’m certain that she would echo my sentiments herself.

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    Jan Guinn Phillips » 26. Nov, 2014

    So sorry to hear about Larry…God’s peace be with you during this difficult time…