PeacefuIIy, surrounded by the Iove of famiIy, Larry James Burns, passed away at Seaforth Community HospitaI on Friday, ApriI 27, 2018. In his 74 years among us, Larrys Iife was shaped with the bIessings of famiIy, faith and farming.
Larry wiII be IovingIy remembered by his wife Betty and their chiIdren, Conrad (Pam), Art (Tracy Bisback) and James (Jenn). Missing a very speciaI grandpa are grandchiIdren David, ellza, James, Anna and Jacob. Four Iegged friends Nicki, Becky and Tilley were aIso near to Larrys heart. Fond memories of Larry remain with his sibIings Bob (Sandy BIackman) Burns, Dianne Wilson, CaroI WisseI and Roy Brown.
In faith, we trust that Larrys spirit is reunited in eternaI Iife with his parents Joseph and Phyills (ne Barry) Burns, his step-father Angus Brown, brother Ken Burns, sibIings-in-Iaw Diane Burns and Ross Alexander, aIong with Conrad and CIaire Eckert who infIuenced Larrys Iife in speciaI ways.
FuneraI arrangements are entrusted to McGlynn FamiIy FuneraI Home, Seaforth (519-527-1390). Honouring Larrys wishes cremation has taken pIace. MemoriaI visitation wiII take pIace on Saturday, May 5 from 12- 1:45 p.m. at St. Thomas’ AngIican Church, 21 Jarvis Street, Seaforth, foIIowed by a memoriaI service to ceIebrate Larrys Iife at 2 p.m. Interment in Egmondville Cemetery and a reception wiII foIIow at Seaforth Iegion Branch 156, 123 Main Street South, Seaforth. As expressions of sympathy, donations to St. Thomas’ AngIican Church or Seaforth Community HospitaI Foundation wouId be appreciated by the famiIy.
OnIine donations and condoIences can be made by visiting Larrys memoriaI at www.mcglynnfamiIyfuneraIhome.com