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Clarke Dustin

Oct 12, 2023 - Oct 14, 2023

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Lebanon, NH

| | | Clarke Page Dustin passed away peacefully Saturday, October 14, 2023, two days after celebrating his 89th birthday with his family. He was a treasured parent and grandparent, and will be much missed and fondly remembered. The youngest child of True P. Dustin and Bertha (Clarke) Dustin, Clarke was born October 12, 1934 in Berlin, New Hampshire and spent his childhood there hunting and fly fishing, skiing and hiking in the White Mountains. After graduating from the University of New Hampshir...Read More

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Lynnett A. Wessells

Jan 26, 1945 - Feb 15, 2024

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Lebanon, NH

| | Lebanon, NH -- Lynnett A. Wessells, 79, of Lebanon, NH passed away peacefully after a brief illness on February 15, 2024. She was born on January 26, 1945, in Oklahoma City, OK, and was the daughter of the late Imogene Covert and Frank A. Robbins Jr. Lynnett met the love of her life, David E. Wessells, in high school and they married in January 1965. She is survived by daughter, Sherri (Scott) Ackerson; son, Dana (Kelly) Wessells; many loving grandchildren, Jessica (Kalleb) Becker, Joshua (Erin) Wessells, Jeremy (Samantha Barbarito) Ackerson, and Cody (Annie) Wessells; great-grandchildren, Linkoln, Stella, Madyson, Maximus, and Henry; and many nieces, nephews, and extended family. She was predeceased by her loving husband, David. Lynnett was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, a friend to everyone, and will be greatly missed by all. Lynnett loved baseball, where her favorite team was the New York Yankees. She was a stay-at-home mom until her kids were in school full-time and then went to work for WTSL, as the traffic manager for many years until she started getting grandchildren. Which at that time she became a full-time grandmother and cherished every minute! Since she was a stickler for being fair, the kids frequently reminded her about her always counting their cheese doodles! She worked part-time (evenings) in the bakery at P&C in Lebanon until she started work at Mascoma Savings Bank in 2004. Upon her retirement in 2012 she spent her time with her husband, family, and friends. She was the Treasurer for Mascoma Meadows for many years and continued to support them with anything they needed for over 15 years. Lynnett enjoyed and was always there to help family and friends with any requests asked of her. A special thank you to the people at the ICU at DHMC in Lebanon for their loving care and support during her final days. Also, the family would like to extend their sincerest gratitude to a few special friends who helped her with whatever she needed and have supported her family during this difficult time; Pam & Calvin, Linda, and Cheryl. Thank you to Ricker Funeral Home for being very accommodating and understanding during this difficult time. A private service will be held at a later date for family and close friends. To leave a message of remembrance or condolence, please visit the online guestbook at www.rickerfuneralhome.com.

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JoEllen Jacod

Sep 23, 1946 - Feb 13, 2024

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Lebanon, NH

JoEllen (nee Ryder) Jacod, 77, passed away peacefully on February 13, 2024 in Lebanon, New Hampshire. Born on September 23 , 1946 in Poughkeepsie, NY, as the 2 daughter of Edson and Marjorie Ryder. The family later relocated to Upper Saddle River NJ when she was very young where she remained until marriage. She met Edward W Jacod Sr. in August 1967 in Suffern, NY and they married on September 14 , 1968 in Upper Saddle River. After some years of renting homes in Lodi and Paramus NJ, they bought their first home in Haworth NJ where they lived there for 25 years. In her final years she resided in Gilsum NH. In 1972 she completed her Bachelor’s Degree at Farleigh Dickinson University in Teaneck NJ and shortly thereafter took a position at Wyssmont in Fort Lee NJ. Some years later she began a career in mortgage banking which lasted until 2000. Once settled in NH worked as a secretary for the firm of Bragdon, Baron and Kossayda before finally retiring. She enjoyed baking (family members eagerly awaited her Christmas cookies each holiday season), making beer and wine, refinishing antique furniture, running local marathons, gardening, reading and spending time with family and pets. When diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in 2010 she faced it head-on, researching and trying many treatments including Rock Steady Boxing for which was featured in a Boston evening TV news reel. Predeceased by her older sister Lynn Ryder and survived by her younger sister Melissa Ryder, husband Edward W Jacod Sr, son Edward W Jacod Jr, niece Deborah Chirgwin, nephew Robert Jacod Jr and niece Karen Finn. SERVICES: Visitation will be from 11am-1pm, with a Celebration of Life from 1-1:30 pm, on February 22, 2024 at Ker Phaneuf Funeral Home, 57 High Street in Brattleboro, VT. Family and friends are invited to attend. In lieu of flowers please make a donation in her name to the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research. The Cremation Society of New Hampshire has been entrusted with arrangements. To view an online tribute, leave a message of condolence or for more information please visit .

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Frank J. Bauer

Jul 22, 1950 - Feb 15, 2024

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Lebanon, NH

DEERFIELD- Frank J. Bauer passed on February 15, 2024 at the Jack Byrne Hospice in Lebanon, after declining health. He was born to Fred C and Misako (Seki) Bauer on July 22, 1950 in Yokahama, Japan. After his father, Fred, left the Army, they moved to Springfield, MA in the early 50’s, where Frank grew up with his three younger sisters. Frank graduated from Lowell Tech in Lowell, MA, with a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering. It was at Lowell Tech that he met his wife on February 14, 1969. They married on September 12, 1970 and moved to Nashua NH, while Frank finished college. After college, he took a job with the NHDOT in 1972 and remained with them until he retired in 2007. After purchasing land in Deerfield, they built a house and moved into Deerfield, NH in 1974, where they raised their family of three children, with many loved dogs and cats. Frank enjoyed the outdoors and was active in the Northwood Crank Pullers Snowmobile Club, the Kinnicum Fish and Game Club and BSA Troop 138 (where his son became an Eagle Scout) attending weekly meetings, camping trips and events. He also helped out at Rochester Sports Center for friends. He enjoyed going snowmobiling, hunting and going north, just to hang out at a friend’s camp. The family took road trips to Disney World, Virginia, Pennsylvania and other sights. He was fond of building tree houses with the kids and bookcases for the house. He also took pleasure in attending skiing with the kids school group and took them to other skiing locations as well. He enjoyed cooking at home, particularly the family tradition of Polish pierogis for Christmas Eve and opening the house to family and friends. He is survived by his wife, Michele (Kolinski) Bauer, son Scott with wife Tiffany (Kenneally), and their children Ethan and Enola; daughter Christine (Bauer) with husband John Steman, and their children Anna and Cyrus; daughter Rebecca Bauer of Deerfield, NH and her dogs, Chloe, Charlie and Cora who absolutely loved Frank. He is also survived by sisters: Theresa (Bauer) with husband Christopher and their daughter Isabelle of Glen Ellyn, IL and Michelle (Bauer) and husband John Grasso and their children Joshua, Zachary, Matthew and Luke of Wilbraham, MA; and his brother-in-law, A.C. Kolinski of Dunbarton, NH. Besides his parents he was predeceased by his sister Barbara Bauer Howley. Calling Hours will be at The Roan Family Funeral Home – Still Oaks Chapel, 1217 Suncook Valley Highway, Epsom NH on Thursday, February 22nd from 5 to 7 P.M. A family burial will be in the spring. In Lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Deerfield Rescue Association, PO Box 9, Deerfield, NH 03037. To share a memory or offer a condolence, please visit www.roanfamilyfuneral.com

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Evelyn Audette Morse

Jul 18, 1926 - Feb 08, 2024

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Lebanon, NH

| | | Lebanon, NH -- Evelyn Audette Morse, 97, died peacefully at home on February 8 with her children at her bedside. She was born in Lebanon, NH on July 18, 1926, and lived and worked in the Upper Valley for most of her life. A daughter of Oscar and Adrienne (Demers) Audette, she was a first generation American. Her parents, young immigrants from Quebec, met and married in the United States and raised their family in Lebanon. Evelyn was one of eight Audette children and is survived by siblings Edward Audette, Annette Audette Jordan, and Oscar Audette, Jr.; her son David Morse; and daughters Susan Jamback (Jeff Nintzel) and Lynne Richards (Jeff Richards). She was predeceased by her sister Pauline Audette Wagner and brothers Paul, Louis, and Francis Audette. She is also survived by many cousins, nieces, and nephews. Evelyn attended Sacred Heart School until she entered Lebanon High School where she was an enthusiastic student and field hockey player. She remained forever a proud and loyal member of the Class of 1944. After graduation, Evelyn moved to Washington DC to work for the Department of Veterans Affairs, but eventually returned to Lebanon where, on October 13, 1951, she married Royce Morse. They were married for 45 years, until his death in 1996. The couple welcomed three children: David, Susan, and Lynne. After the children entered school, Evelyn worked as a bookkeeper and was very active in local organizations, serving as Supervisor of the Ward Two Voter Checklist and as a devoted volunteer at the Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital Gift Shop and the Lebanon Information Booth in Colburn Park. In her 80’s she was a volunteer driver for “older people” for their medical appointments. She was a member of Martha’s Ministry at Sacred Heart Church for many years. While Royce and Evelyn had many friends, were close to their siblings, and enjoyed traveling around the country, their greatest joy began with the birth of three cherished grandchildren: Sara Jamback (Dan Miller), Ryan Richards (Brynne MacMurtry), and Timothy Richards. She was a devoted “Gram” to Ryan, Sara, and Timothy. Grandparent joy became great grandparent delight when Allison Rose Miller, Lyla Sunny Richards, and Emilia Lynne Miller entered the family. Her precious great-grandchildren, each born in the month of April, provided treasured hours of entertainment and pleasure; even they called her Gram. After Royce died her fierce independence paved the way for nearly thirty years of continued active life with her many friends and family. For years she enjoyed visiting her son David in Chicago. She learned to navigate the big city bus routes to get to her favorite stores, indulging her favorite pastime - shopping. She was an avid reader and collector of handbags, and enjoyed many hobbies, although one she might not have been quite so fond of was canning quarts and quarts of vegetables from Royce's garden at the Meriden Road homestead. Evelyn played Scrabble well and enjoyed puzzles. She was a good friend to many and kept close ties with multiple generations of her family. After 80+ years of New Hampshire cold and snow, she began wintering in Largo, Florida, where she made new friends and enjoyed the sun, the beach, theater performances and movies. She was an enthusiastic customer at Bealls Department Store, often joking that the store would probably close for lack of business when she returned north each spring. The family expresses our most sincere gratitude to Dianne Jordan, personal caregiver extraordinaire, and wishes to recognize Lee Clifford, Joan Demers, Paula Clark, Jimmy Vanier, Dr. Susannah Clark MD and Tracy Anderson RN at Alice Peck Day Primary Care, Bayada Hospice, and nieces, nephews and cousins for their love and support. In her youth and those of her siblings and her children, many hours of recreation and sports activities were spent at the original Carter Community Building in Lebanon. Memorial contributions may be made in her name to the CCB Sneaker Fund, 1 Taylor Street, Lebanon, NH 03766, to support the CCB's founders' mission to serve local children and families. A private celebration of life will be held in July. To leave a message of remembrance or condolence, please visit the online guestbook at www.rickerfuneralhome.com.

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Daisy May French

Nov 12, 1989 - Feb 10, 2024

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Lebanon, NH

Windsor, VT – Daisy May French, 34, died after a long illness at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, NH. Daisy was born in Phoenix, AZ but moved with her family to the Windsor area early in her life. Her favorite color, yellow, aligned perfectly with her cheerful, kind-hearted disposition and she was always willing to help others. She was an amazing mom to her three children; in the summers they would camp, swim in Kennedy Pond and the local swimming holes, and enjoy the Six Flags. She would do anything for her children. She is survived by her three children Evan Vivian of Windsor, Havayla Aspen of Springfield, VT and Wade Vivian, Jr. of White River Junction, VT; mother Patricia Lynn Tabor of Springfield, VT; father William “Jeff” French, Sr. of Windsor; two siblings William J. French, Jr. of Springfield and Minnie French of Windsor; many nieces and nephews, other relatives, and friends.

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Edward (Ted) S. Guay

Mar 18, 1955 - Feb 11, 2024

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Lebanon, NH

Edward (Ted) S. Guay, 68, passed away Sunday, February 11, 2024, from a rare lung disease. Ted was born on March 18, 1955, to the late Elizabeth (Johnson) Guay and Edward J. Guay. Ted graduated from Lebanon High School, class of 1973. He lived in the Upper Valley for the majority of his life. He married Robin Garrity on September 9, 1989. They had two children together, Eric and Sarah. His hobbies were watching car races either locally or NASCAR. He was an avid fan of the Houston Astros, Chicago Blackhawks, and the Tennessee Titans. He kept his sense of humor until the very end, giving the nurses in both the ICU at DHMC and the Jack Byrne Center many chuckles which made him very popular with them. We can’t thank all of his nurses and doctors enough for their wonderful care and compassion. We are truly blessed. Ted was predeceased by his parents and his grandparents. He is survived by his wife Robin, His son Eric E. Guay and his daughter Sarah E. Guay. His sister, Donna Foley (James), his sister Theresa Remick and his sister Annette Guay. He also leaves many nieces and nephews. Per his request there will be no services. If you would like to donate in his memory The Jack Byrne Center or the Upper Valley Human Society. An online guest book is available to leave a message of condolence for Ted’s family by visiting www.rickerfuneralhome.com To plant Memorial Trees in memory of , please .

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Theresa Cassady Shepard

Jan 11, 1928 - Feb 10, 2024

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Lebanon, NH

Bradford, VT - Theresa Cassady Shepard, 96, of Bradford, VT, died Saturday, February 10, 2024, at the Jack Byrne Center in Lebanon, NH from complications of COVID-19 and a long battle with dementia. Mrs. Shepard had been living at the Margaret Pratt Assisted Living Community, Gardens Unit for the past four and a half years.Born on January 11, 1928, to Henry and Meroa (Emery) Cassady of Groton, VT, she graduated from Groton High School in 1947 and attended Burlington Business College. During her high school years, she often told of her adventures with driving the school bus, and a Model T Ford. On August 14, 1948, she married Stanley L. Shepard of Orford, NH and they made their home in Piermont before moving to Bradford in 1952.Stanley and Theresa traveled throughout all 50 US states, all 14 provinces of Canada, and cruised to several other countries. They were also active in the American Legion and Auxiliary, Friendship Club, and the Bradford United Church of Christ. Theresa was a lifetime member of the Groton Historical Society, Bradford Historical Society, assistant Leader of Girl Scouts, and 4-H. Known to many as Ma or Gram, she welcomed many families, kids and friends to her kitchen where she served Chop Suey meals, squash rolls, warm donuts, filled cookies, and many other tasty treats. She enjoyed card games (which she was known for stretching the rules), visiting with friends, and telling stories. Later in life, she was always ready for a road trip; to Maine, shopping, or just out to eat.Theresa was predeceased by her parents, husband Stanley, son Jack Shepard, grandson Michael Powers, son-in-law Richard Barry, and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins which she cherished. She is survived by three daughters, Henrietta Powers, Annette Barry, and Meroa Benjamin (David). Grandchildren include Bernadette Pearson, Kasey Benjamin Weidman (James), Collin Barry (Francesca), and Brendan Barry (Stephanie). Great-grandchildren include Malaki Pearson, Sarah and Benjamin Weidman, Blake and Brenna Barry, and William and Hannah Barry. The family would like to thank the staff of Margaret Pratt Assisted Living Facility, DHMC ER staff, and the staff at Jack Bryne Center for Palliative Care.Visiting hours will be on Saturday, February 17, 2024, at 10:00 AM – 11:30 and funeral services will be at 12:00 noon at Bradford Congregational Church, United Church of Christ, 145 North Main Street, Bradford, VT.In lieu of flowers, donations to the Groton Historical Society (PO Box 89, Groton, VT 05046-0089) would be greatly appreciated or to a charity of your choice. To plant Memorial Trees in memory of Theresa Shepard, please click here to visit our Sympathy Store.

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Suzanne Edith (Johnson) Paige

Feb 06, 1936 - Jan 30, 2024

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Lebanon, NH

| | | Lebanon, NH — Our beloved mother, Suzanne Edith (Johnson) Paige, passed away surrounded by her children, on Tuesday, January 30, 2024, in Lebanon, just one-week shy of her 88th birthday. Born on February 6, 1936, in her family home on Seminary Hill, West Lebanon, NH, Suzanne was the youngest of six children of Harry Earl Johnson, Sr. and Edith Vivian (Armstrong) Johnson. She graduated from West Lebanon High School in 1954, where she was an active member of various committees and clubs, including Glee, Band, Student Council, and National Honor Society, to name a few. She was also crowned Junior Prom Queen and received the Good Citizen Award. In her yearbook, she was said to be an outstanding class leader with a wonderful personality and real friend to all. Throughout high school, Suzanne worked at the Red Cross Pharmacy, where she met her future husband, Eugene “Brud” Paige, Jr. of Dewey's Mills, VT. They married in 1954 and settled in Lebanon to raise their three children. They were married for 47 years until his death in 2001. Her early work life consisted of employment in banking at Interstate Trust and Mascoma Savings. She also enjoyed her position as Executive Assistant to the Director of the Emergency Department at DHMC. She provided support at an exciting time when the department was expanding and the medical flight program, DART, was established. Suzanne took great pride in being from West Lebanon and was a passionate supporter of the Alumni Association. She also enjoyed watching sports, and was an avid fan of the Red Sox, Patriots, Celtics, and Notre Dame Fighting Irish. After retirement, she enjoyed her weekly Breakfast Bunch get-togethers with her friends and brothers at Shyrl's Diner. She was a person of faith. In her childhood she was a member of the West Lebanon Congregational Church, and later years, Sacred Heart Church in Lebanon. Suzanne’s enduring love and devotion to her family took precedence over all else and is her lasting legacy. She instilled a love of nature and travel to her family and took a special trip to Ireland with her daughter Diane. She was fond of attending all family gatherings, school and sports events, and was especially proud of her grandchildren and their achievements. It brought her great joy to have seen all of them graduate high school and pursue higher learning. Suzanne was predeceased by her parents Harry Sr. and Edith Johnson, her infant brother Everett, her sister Georgia (Johnson) Landry, and her brothers Harry Jr, Maurice, and James. She is survived by her children Eugene Paige III (Sarah) of South Royalton VT, Diane Paige of Lebanon, NH and Andrea Paige of Woodstock, VT. She is also survived by her grandchildren, Rebecca Paige, Stephen Paige, Lilia McCullough, and Declan McCullough as well as many nieces, nephews, great-nieces, and great-nephews. Calling hours will be 2-4pm, Saturday, February 17 at Ricker Funeral Home in Lebanon. A Celebration of Life service will be held in late spring at West Lebanon Congregational Church with burial to follow at West Lebanon Cemetery. Memorial gifts may be made to: St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital, 262 Danny Thomas Place, Memphis, TN 38105 www.stjude.org/donate or Plant A Tree in

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Dolly Bickel

Mar 11, 1928 - Feb 06, 2024

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Lebanon, NH

| Dolly Bickel left us on February 6, 2024, but her memory will continue to bring a smile to those of us who remain behind: daughter Sharon; son Thomas; daughter-in-law Wendy; granddaughters Jessica, Michelle Colleen, and Jacquelyn; grandson-in-law Thijs; and great-grandsons Lukas and Erik. Anna Marie Streich was born on March 11, 1928, in Mishawaka, Indiana. Not long after, her father gave her the nickname “Dolly,” and it stuck. Years later, her oldest granddaughter gave her the nickname “Darring,” and that stuck, too. Dolly saw a broad slice of history during her lifetime. She was born on the eve of the Great Depression. When she was thirteen, the United States entered WWII, and she saw her two older brothers—Allen and Richard—go off to war while she, her older sister Marjorie, and her younger brother Paul remained behind. Richard came home. Allen did not. Allen was one of many who did not survive the sinking of the USS Indianapolis. On October 4, 1947, at age nineteen, Dolly married Bill—William Frederick Bickel—who had returned to Indiana after his WWII service aboard the submarine USS Shad. They lived in South Bend while Bill attended Notre Dame on the GI Bill, obtaining his degree in Mechanical Engineering. Bill’s job with Union Carbide led them to West Virginia, Scotland, Japan, Connecticut, Sweden, and finally Texas, where Dolly worked at NASA during the 1970s. After Bill’s untimely, and deeply mourned, death from a heart attack in 1993, Dolly eventually moved to New Hampshire to be near Sharon. This brought the total number of places Dolly had lived to an impressive five states and three foreign countries. Dolly raised four children. Sadly, she lost two of her sons, Bill Jr. in 1970 and Michael in 2002. And yet, she was resilient. She carried on with grace, unfailing kindness, and compassion for others, no matter what she might be dealing with herself. Who could forget her fierce and competitive card playing—whether bridge, Euchre, rummy, poker, Tripoley, or anything else involving a deck of cards—and yet her graciousness whether winning or losing? Who could forget the huge piles of Grandma Wheeler’s Christmas cookies and homemade fudge she made during the holidays? And her religious devotion? How about the massive parties she and Bill used to throw? Her sewing? Even her daily crossword puzzles? Goodbye, Dolly. Thank you for the joy you shared, the support you gave, and all the good memories. You will be missed. Dolly’s ashes will be laid to rest in the Houston National Cemetery, where Bill already has a niche. Friends and family are welcome to visit Dolly’s memory page at www.rickerfuneral home.com. And if you would like to honor Dolly’s memory, there would be no better way than to surprise someone with a random act of kindness and think, “that’s what Dolly would have done.”

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Larry William Greenwood, Jr.

Aug 12, 1964 - Feb 06, 2024

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Lebanon, NH

Larry William Greenwood, Jr., born August 12, 1964, in Concord, Massachusetts, to Larry Greenwood, Sr. and Marjorie Bruce, died February 6, 2024, at Dartmouth Health in the presence of his loved ones. In 2004, Larry was given a second chance at life when his brother, Wayne, selflessly donated one of his kidneys. That immeasurable gift kept Larry off dialysis and provided him with a better quality of life for much of 15 years. “Honey”, “Fasha”, “Daddy”, “Pops”, Bampa”, “Bum”, “Liquid Larry”, lived his life to the fullest. Larry suffered from kidney disease and other illnesses throughout his 59 years of life. His will to live was driven by his love for his children, grandchildren, and family. He loved spending time with family and friends. Larry’s passions throughout life were hunting, fishing, and anything sport related. Larry participated in many leagues, be it bowling, billiards, golf, horseshoes, or softball. Larry bowled on the PBA tour and remarkably had twenty-three 300 games. He loved sharing stories of his bowling career with anyone who would listen. Larry was a member of the Sons of the American Legion Post #22 where he enjoyed the people and rip tickets. Larry worked for many years perfecting his craft as a professional painter while working alongside his dad. He later ran his own painting business. Larry’s children were born to him and his first wife, Lisa. Larry loved his children and grandchildren with a passion. He and his boys, Larry III (Lala) and Wade (Wadel) often bantered about who knew the most about any given subject. Larry loved watching them bowl and giving them bowling advice. Larry drew strength from his daughter, Jessica (Peanut), who battled childhood cancer. He loved spending time with Jessica and grandkids, Cole, and Gracie. “Bampa” held a special place in his heart for his grandkids. Larry married his wife, Annie White, in 2005. Together, they enjoyed many years of playing sports, watching the kids bowl, taking the kids overnight to hotels, and making memories with friends and family. Annie was Larry’s care partner for which Larry was forever grateful. Larry is survived by his wife, Annie; son, Larry III, and partner, Alayna; daughter, Jessica, and partner, Josh; son, Wade, and partner, Sarah; mother, Marjorie; mother, Mary, and father, Larry Sr; sister, Rhonda; brother, Wayne, and wife, Denise; sister, Tammy, and husband, Mikhail; grandchildren, Cole and Gracie; and many aunts, uncles, nieces, and nephews. Calling hours will be held at Ricker Funeral Home in Lebanon, NH, Tuesday, February 13, 2024, between 9 a.m. and 12 p.m. A graveside service at Valley Cemetery will follow at 12:30 p.m. Please consider joining the family for a luncheon at the American Legion Post #22 in Lebanon, NH, following the services. An online guestbook is available to leave a message of condolence for Larry’s family by visiting www.rickerfuneralhome.com To plant Memorial Trees in memory of , please .

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