Larry Edwin Spiegelberg


In loving memory of Larry Edwin Spiegelberg who passed away on November 26, 2008 in Lynnwood, Washington.
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12 Responses to “Larry Edwin Spiegelberg”

  • Buck Anderson says:

    Fond memories!!! He will be missed.

  • Judy Olson Rikansrud says:

    Larry was a classmate from years past. I remember his smile and blond hair. I did not know him well. My condolances to his family on his passing.

  • Greg Steele says:

    I had the fortune of knowing Larry for over 30 years. Shared alot of fond memories and one particular vacation I will never forget. You will be truly missed and never forgotten. God speed old friend.

  • Willy Earp says:

    I ment Larry in 1956 in high school (Ballard High)and have seen him from time to time over the last 52 years. I loved him like A brother.He will be missed by me and my all my boys Dan,Jerry,dave and Morgan

  • Bob Earp says:

    A Ballard High School legend. Always known as a guy who could take care of himself. We all mavelled at his tenacity. We will miss you Larry.

  • Nola (Zirbes) Yorker says:

    Blessings to all the family….he was a good guy ….married my best friend ….lots of good memories there!!

  • Patty Earp (Wirtz) says:

    Dear family & loved ones of Larry:
    Larry use to board at our home in his late teens at the Wirtz family on Sunset Hill.
    Larry was like a brother. He was dear to all of our family. I will alway’s have wonderful memories of him. He was a tease! I know one day I will see him again.

    May the Holy Spirit comfort you in your loss.

    Patty Earp (Wirtz)

  • Rachael Spiegelberg says:

    Larry, we love you so much & will miss you tremendously. I am so glad I married your son and was given the opportunity to meet you. What a blessing you were to your children, and your grandchildren adore you. You’ll be missed, but that only means you we’re truly loved. The Lord sure did a work in your life and the legacy you left will be seen in the lives of all who knew you. Soon we will see you again and what a day that will be–especially with our Lord and Savior. With much love, Your daughter in law, Rachael

  • Mike Rusbashan says:

    Larry and I became friends in highschool. We had a lot of good times together. There will never be another Larry, he was one of a kind. We will all miss you.

  • Maquel Spiegelberg says:

    Grandpa Larry,
    You truly were so special to me in so many ways. Every memory of you has touched my heart and i will keep always in my heart. I wish God’s time for you was longer but i’m happy to know you are pain free with the Lord, you are finally home. You are so close to my heart and i’ll miss you alot but i’ll see you again grandpa. I love you very much grandpa, see you again soon, in heaven.

    Love, Your Maquel

  • Justine Webber says:

    I feel so blessed to have been the daughter-in-law of such a wonderful and beautiful person. Larry will live on in our hearts and in our many stories… I believe if the Lord will help keep me I will receive the biggest bear hug from Larry the day I cross through those Heavenly gates. He is where I long to be one day. He may be walking with Moses at this very moment; how cool is that?! God Bless & I will see you again…

  • Fred Dahlberg Beell says:

    I’ve had the pleasure of knowing Larry for 55 years. In all those years he has been a loyal and helpful friend. Kathy and Matt deserve a ton of appreciation for the care they both gave him. I will always have Larry in my thoughts.

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