Larry A. “Yogi” Bebout

July 29, 1959 ‒ September 25, 2017

Butler, Ohio

BUTLER:  Larry A. “Yogi” Bebout, age 58, of Butler passed away Monday, September 25, 2017 at his home.

He was born July 29, 1959 in Mansfield, the last of four sons to John W. and Eileen (Pfeifer) Bebout.

Larry worked at various jobs but most recently was an underground cable consultant for Palmer Enterprises.

Yogi desired to live a simple life as a “mountain man” enjoying the outdoor life.  He loved hunting squirrel, rabbit, deer and fishing.  Surrounded by friends he liked sitting with them at bonfires and cookouts.  He also liked cards and could throw darts.  Most of all, Yogi was generous, giving anything he had to anyone who was in need.

He is survived by  four children Joshua (Denise) Bebout of Nuremberg, Germany, Jerri Bebout of Mt. Vernon, Jeremiah (Brook) Bebout of Mansfield, and Ashley Bebout of Lexington; 7 grandchildren Joshua, Jonah, and McKenzie Bebout, Jasmine Brokaw, Aleigha, Jenna and Jaxon Bebout; and three brothers William Bebout, Richard (Sharon) Bebout and Samuel Bebout all of Butler.

The Bebout family is planning a private bonfire to honor Yogi.  For more information please contact them directly.

 

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  • To Yogi’s family…I am so sorry, for your loss. Praying, for God to bring you comfort at this difficult time.

  • Crazy and dee I’m sorry for your loss he always came out to the house we had a good time he got the turtles out of pond

  • So sorry to hear about Yog. I haven’t seen him for a long time ( I live out west) but the last time I did he was cooking a coon over his fire pit in his yard. I have many fond memories of him growing up in Butler. He was a character.
    Sorry for your loss.

    Sherry Loney Marcozzi

  • Would just like to take a minute and send my condolences to the bebout family sorry for your loss yogi was a good guy knew him for quite awhile ago but moved away from butler may he rest in peace

  • So sorry for your loss. I grew up with Larry. His Mom and Dad and mine were great friends. He was a great guy.

  • Please accept my sincere condolences to the family. May loving words comfort friends and family of Yogi now and in the future. (Isaiah 57:15)

  • Bill, Rick & Sam my condolences to you all. A life time of memories with Yogi from childhood to the last hunting season. I remember in my younger years hunting with Yogi , Many early mornings listening for nuts dropping and sneaking up on squirrrels, to running the beagle and brining home rabbits . Lots of laughs Fishing at the lake and during the White Bass run. And of course deer hunting at home and the cabin. Yogi knew the woods & waters and his stories were timeless. Rest In Peace “Cuz”

  • To the Family of Larry, I’m so sad to hear about the death of Your Loved one.Death of a loved one is very painful . The Bible tells us of a time when death will be no more . Revelation 21:3,4. We know this to be true , for God cannot lie. You have the assured hope of seeing your loved one( Larry) again! I hope this Hope for the future brings you comfort.

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