Larry Eugene Stinnett-July 9, 2011

Larry Eugene Stinnett, 42, of Dumas, died Saturday, July 9, 2011.
Graveside service will be at 2:00 p.m. Wednesday at Northlawn Memorial Gardens Cemetery with J. McGaughy, pastor of Temple Baptist Church.  Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers at Dumas, 500 N. Maddox.
Mr. Stinnett was born on December 24, 1968 in Dumas, Texas to Audrey and Billy Stinnett.  He had been an electrician.
He is survived by his father, Bill Stinnett, of the home; his daughter, Brittany Stinnett; his sister, Debbie Holt; his brother, Mike Stinnett; and his niece, Stormie Frey, all of Dumas; two great-nephews, Tristin and Jayden; and one great-niece, Ma’Keena.

0 Replies to “Larry Eugene Stinnett-July 9, 2011”

  1. Sitting here reading all of these comments, i cant help but be so proud of the man my dad was. 6 years later and i wish he was still here. Not a day goes by that i dont wish he was still here laughing and joking with all of us. He has 2 grandsons now, and i know that he would be over the moon about them! I love you and i miss you so much Dad. Until i see you again.

  2. I love you man!!! You will be so sorely missed. Larry, you were always one of my favorite cuz’s to hang out with. We always laughed so long and so hard that tears filled our eyes. Now they fill our hearts. I pray now you have found true happiness. I hope your world is filled with the laughter we enjoyed so much. For everything there is a purpose. What we can’t know in this life, may we find that wisdom in our afterlife. We love you man! Love,Brent and Emily

  3. Dear Uncle Bill, Erwin and I send our deepest condolences to you and the rest of our southern family. Our thoughts, prayers and hearts are with you.

  4. Larry was a great friend throughout my high school years. He will be greatly missed. I am so sorry for your loss.

  5. I was truely saddened to hear the fate of my life-long friend. I’m at a loss as to what to say to bring you, his loved ones, comfort at such a time as this. He and I used to swap car parts in high school when he had that red Mustang. We had dreams of drag racing. But all we managed were a few poor attempts on weekends on Ag Farm Road. 🙂
    He was a warm and freindly soal; a person in whom we all found solace and comfort. The world has truely lost a good man, and I, for one, am feeling that deficit today. I mourn your loss with you. He will be missed.

  6. I was stunned and deeply saddened upon the news of Larry’s passing. I’ve known him for many years and will always remember his wonderful sense of humor, as well as his good heart. When I think back to all the memories I have of him, not only do they bring a smile to my face, they make me laugh, and that’s just the way I want to remember him! My sincerest condolences to the family…..may you find comfort and understanding. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. Goodbye for now Moe….peace be with you.

  7. Bill and Brittney,
    I was a class mate of Larry’s. I am very sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers coming your way!

  8. Bill we want to send our deepest sympathy. And we want you and the whole family to know that our thoughts and prayers are with you.

  9. My thoughts and prayers go out to the family of Larry. I have had the opportunity to work with Larry for the last two years and we became very good friends. It is sad to see such a good man at such a young age to leave us so early. He will be missed.

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