Guest Book for Larry Lee Gooud

Provided by Niebur Funeral Homes

Posted by: Elaine Saylor Ortman
Mon March 02, 2020
Condolences to Kay and family.  Larry was a great guy and know he will be missed.
 

 
Posted by: Jaye Venable Dodds
Tue March 03, 2020
To Kay...I am sorry to hear of Larry’s passing. He was one of those “strong, silent types” of guys whom I always admired in his apparent calmness!  I know you have many good memories to see you through the difficult times.
 

 
Posted by: Jerry Wood
Tue March 03, 2020
Larry and Kay my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Larry was obviously a man of faith given the positive regards by those who knew him. God’s peace to you and your family.
 

 
Posted by: Sherry Golightly
Wed March 04, 2020

GARDEN PATH was sent by Oakland United Methodist Church in Sharpe KY.

Bob and Jeannee, With Sincere Sympathy, from your friends at Oakland United Methodist Church

 

 
Posted by: katie
Sat March 07, 2020
TO THE LOVE OF MY LIFE, LARRY.  I SURE AM MISSING ALL THOSE HOURS WE SPENT HAVING COFFEE AND THOSE SPECIAL COOKIES, YOU ALWAYS BOUGHT FOR ME.   YOU WERE AND ARE THE BEST.   I AM SO THANKFUL WE HAD THE LAST FEW HOURS TOGETHER. AND YOU KISSING ME AND TELLING ME :"KATIE , I LOVE YOU AND OFF YOU FLEW TO ST. JOHN'S TO MET LARRY GENE AND OFF TO MEET OUR SAVIOUR AND I WILL SEE YOU IN HEAVEN.  NOW BE NICE TO MOM , URSULA, YOU KNOW SHE IS A PISTOL   LOVE YOU FOREVER.  KATIE.
 

 
Posted by: Michael L. Perrine
Sat March 14, 2020
I just read of Larry's death and I'm very sorry to learn of this news.  When Betty and I lived in Pittsfield (1964-1966), Larry and Kay became very good friends of ours, and our families had some very good times together.  Although I hadn't seen Larry for several years, I know he was a was a hard worker, had a good sense of humor and was a dedicated friend.  Our condolences to the family and may Larry rest in peace.