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Larry Mossbarger

Larry Dean Mossbarger, age 72 of Jamestown, OH passed away Tuesday, December 15, 2020 at Kettering Hospital from COVID-19 complications. He was born in Washington Court House to the late Glendon and Naomi (Rose) Mossbarger and retired from Ferno Washington after 48 years. Larry's greatest joy was taking his grandkids camping, especially at Halloween, and taking them on vacation to Myrtle Beach, S.C. Along with his parents, he was preceded in death by his brothers Allen and Kevin. Larry is survived by his son LJ Mossbarger, his wife of 17 years, Beverly Mossbarger, children Katie Kemp, Tommy Wright, Kelley (Teresa) Nakoff, his grandchildren Sienna and Josiah Mossbarger, Genevieve, Trevor, Ivan Kemp, Colton Wright, Dylan and Chase Nakoff, great grandson Israel Nakoff, and numerous extended friends and family who will miss him dearly. In memory of Larry, the family suggests donations be made to the Shriner's Hospital (link below).

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COLT WRIGHT On October when we were camping my cousin Trevor was making a cheese cake and he said something about lary but as we call him pap making chili he had us all in tears

Colton Wright Nov 20 2021 12:00 AM

We have really great memories of our camping trips with him and Bev. He was wonderful husband to Bev, supportive father to Katie and Tom and he adored his grandkids. We will miss him so very much.

Mark and Donna Steinmetz Dec 17 2020 12:00 AM

Although I was Larry's Sister-in-law, He always referred to me as his sister. Loved it! We would always "compare" our tans to see who was getting the darkest! Had many parties at our houses and many memories to match. I am proud to have had Larry in my life.

Barb Jones Dec 17 2020 12:00 AM