Larry K. LeMaster

May 29, 1944 ‒ April 23, 2011

Marion, Ohio

Larry K. LeMaster, age 66, of Marion, Ohio, died Saturday morning, April 23, 2011, at Delaware Court Health Care Center. Larry was born on May 29, 1944. On February 1, 1992, he married Esther May LeMaster, whom is deceased.

He was a long time employee at Marion Cemetery before he became disabled.

Surviving is his daughter, Cathy LeMaster of Delaware, stepchildren, Connie and Joe Driskel of Marion, Patty and Eddie Smale of Delaware, Charles and Tammy Redmon of Marion, Judy Miller of Marion, grandchildren, Scott Chapman, Dawn Chapman, Ashley Redmon, Robert Redmon, Dustin Redmon, Ann Young, Robert Driskel, William Driskel, Michael Smale, Charles Smale, and many great-grandchildren. Also surviving is his closest and dearest friend, Rick Smale.

Funeral services will be held Thursday, April 28, 2011 at 1 PM at Gunder/Hall & Folk Funeral Directors, with Rev. Grover Caudill officiating. Friends may call one hour prior to services.

Contributions may be made to the Gunder/Hall & Folk Funeral Directors.

Condolences may be expressed to the family at

  • He was liked and love by all and will b sadly missed.The family will b in my prays and god bless u all.

  • Grandpa Larry will be missed and loved by all. I know that even though I wasn’t able to spend alot of time with him in the last few years I will miss him terribly. He was one of the greatest men that I ever knew and there will be no one like him in a million years. He loved to tell jokes and one of my fondest memories of him will be that gorgeous smile he had. He always seemed to be smiling no matter what was going on or how he was feeling…..I wrote a poem for him the other night. It was the first time I had been able to write again in years……..Aunt Cathy, you, Scott, and Dawn are in my thoughts and prayers as it seems that you three were the closest to him…….if you guys need anything at all please dont hesitate to get ahold of me……….

  • The last six months I learned so many new and wonderful things about my father. I will hold these memories closest to my heart. Thanks to everyone for the kind words and support you have given to him and to my family. I miss him dearly.

  • If u knew larry u were lucky. He is the greatest man I have ever knew.HE loved his friend and family.I wish I could have spent more time with him. Life is so short. God bless u and your family u larry my friend R.I.P

  • I really liked Laryy and he was a good friend who would helped u out if could. God bless the family in my prayers.

  • Larry our brother rest ur brother Jack sisters Sue Donna Dotty Shelby and little sis Barb.u and Barb are with Mom and Dad always