Larry Delbert Black passed away Tuesday, May 19th, 2020. He is preceded in death by his father, Delbert and mother, Rose Black.
Larry was a big baby who grew into a bigger man with an even bigger heart. He went to school in Broken Bow and was known as the class clown. He loved showing off his strength by picking up cars out in the parking lot. Larry loved working on anything that ran on gas and could always get it running again if it broke down. Maybe that is why he drove for Airgas so long?! Most of us know Larry was an avid hunter and fisherman, who also loved camping. He just recently took down a beautiful elk on a big game hunt. Getting out there and shooting with friends and family was what he lived for. An expert at reloading, Larry loved helping anyone who would ask for it. He could have written a “how to” on guns. Just like his father before him, he was an amazing dancer who loved getting out there on the dance floor. We will greatly miss this amazing and outgoing man and look towards the days we see him again.
He is survived in life by two daughters Jakaye Robinson & Angel Stewart and husband, Jonah Stewart; one grandson, Mychael Robinson, two sisters, Susan Lawson & Shirley Raudebaugh, one brother, Jim Isaac; two puppies, Lad and Jeezy, as well as, numerous friends and family. His end of life celebration will be held on a later date, in Broken Bow, Oklahoma, followed by one in Red Bluff, California, so that all family and friends can attend.
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