In Memory

Lawrence Sexton

Lawrence Richard Sexton

It is with great sadness that the family of Lawrence "Larry" Richard Sexton announces his passing after many years of battling prolonged illnesses, on Friday, April 24, 2020, at the age of 70 years. He passed away at his home in Victorville, CA, surrounded by his loved ones.

Larry will be lovingly remembered by his children, Marc (Maria) Sexton, Tracie (Mike) Dempsey, Richard "Ricky" (Kassandra) Sexton, and Aimee Sexton; his brother, Patrick "Rick" (Susan) Sexton; and his sister, Lynette (Sexton) Reiter. He will also be fondly remembered by his eight grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; step-children and grand-children; cousins, nieces and nephews; and many close friends.

Larry was preceded in death by his parents, Richard "Dick" and Mary Jane (Daczkowski) Sexton; his brother, Michael Sexton; his first wife of 24 years, Helen (Fulford) Sexton; and his second wife of 11 years, Patricia (Janovick) Sexton.

Larry will be laid to rest at Calvary Cemetery in Toledo, OH, and a memorial service to remember and honor his life will be scheduled at a later date.


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04/26/20 04:13 PM #1    

Stephen Huston (Huston)

Crazy fun guy in high school. Hung out a lot with him and Terry Harris. I have the same birthday as Larry. Makes you wonder, where all the years went. Prayers to his family......

04/29/20 01:43 PM #2    

Terry Harris

Larry was the best friend that I ever had, we met in  2nd grade and have been close friends ever since. I mean real close, our birthdays are a day appart mine July 11th his July 12th, as was Steve Huston's another great friend that we hung out with, the three ameigos or perhaps the three stooges (lol) I practically lived at Larry's house, It felt like his parents were almost my partents. He moved to California in 1973, but we kept in touch, and would reconnect  when he retured for visits. Larry was a very talented artist, he could draw anything and was an unbelievable talent with an airbrush. Everybody enjoyed hanging out with him, it was continuous laughter and always great times. I wlil miss him.

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