Condolences for Larry Ray Barta

Kendall Jenkins Shuffler posted on 1/14/22

Dearest Ellen and family, Please know that I am holding you close to my heart today as you mourn and celebrate Larry's life. Praying that God will comfort your heart and that his memory will be eternal

 

Jan Tucker, RDH, retired posted on 1/13/22

Ellen, my deepest condolences to you and your family, and Larry’s mother. Larry will be missed, although many of us carry evidence of his life’s work with us all the time.

 

Dona Poole posted on 1/13/22

Lynell, Ellen and all the family, I'm thinking of you and put you in my prayer intentions. Larry was always so kind to me and will always be remembered. I've known him since 1976, my first year of dental hygiene. I hope you can find some solace and calm knowing he was so well thought of.

 

Carol Owens Winningham posted on 1/13/22

Larry was a kind, considerate gentleman. so sorry for your loss.

 

Carol Owens Winningham posted on 1/13/22

Ellen, I am so sorry for your loss. Larry was a kind gentleman.

 

Michael E Duffy posted on 1/12/22

Ellen, I am deeply saddened by Larry’s passing. I remember him as a true gentleman and passionate about golf. Mike Duffy; Merrill Lynch

 

Joyce Gibson posted on 1/12/22

I will always remember Larry very sweet and kind. Many years he spent working in his dental lab. My thoughts and prayers are with all the family. May you feel God's presence.

 

Karen Kain posted on 1/12/22

I knew Larry as a kind and friendly man. He will be missed by all that knew him. My Love, thoughts and prayers go out to the family.

 

Sharon Gutschenritter posted on 1/12/22

So sorry to hear about your loss of Larry! Know how hard it is for the family to be the same without him. Know you have lots of good memories that will help you! Sending love and strenght and comfort!

 

Charles S. Llewellyn III posted on 1/12/22

So sorry for your loss. I worked with Larry for many years and say without reservation he was one of the best ceramists around. He was not only my lab man, he was a friend.

 

Gary Barta posted on 1/12/22

Now who will put my fire out, pull me from the dirt pile, teach me how to climb high and protect me from our enemies?