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Larry David Crusenberry

BRISTOL, Tenn.

Larry David Crusenberry, age 77, passed away Monday, September 24, 2018 at his home.

Larry was a devoted husband, loving father, papaw and friend. He didn’t say a lot, but he was a giving man. Larry was a wonderful cook, a skill he utilized during his Navy days; and if he thought you were hungry, he’d fix you a meal, or give you the shirt off his back. He was proud of his country, loved his Lord and his family, especially his grandchildren, who were the lights of his life. Mr. Crusenberry will be missed.

He was preceded in death by his wife, Phyllis Marie Rouse Crusenberry; and parents, Leo and June Crusenberry.

Larry is survived by his daughter, Teena Counts and husband, Kevin of Bristol, Tenn.; son, Larry David Crusenberry, II and wife, Tessie of New Market, Tenn.; sisters, Karen Hicks of Jonesborough, Tenn., Aleta Crusenberry, Valerie Adams and husband, Doug, all of Pinehurst, Texas; brothers, Don Crusenberry and wife, Doris of Bristol, Tenn., Warren Lynn Crusenberry and wife, Sam of Bristol, Va., Johnny Crusenberry and wife, Judy, Kevin Crusenberry and wife, Susie all of Bristol, Tenn., three grandchildren, Casey, Rachael and Mathias; and several nieces and nephews.

Special thanks to his Chemo-Nurse family at Johnston Memorial Hospital in Abingdon, Va.

A private service will be officiated by Pastor Scott Price at a later time.

To share memories of Larry David Crusenberry, please visit www.seaverbrown.com. Care for Larry’s Family has been entrusted to Seaver-Brown Funeral Service and Crematory, 237 East Main Street, Marion VA 24354.


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Sorry for your loss David and Tessie and family. He was a kind man and a hard worker at my house when they repaired my bathroom floor eons ago. God be with you all in the days to come. Get you something for your house in his memory and his memories will live on.

Eddie Thompson Sep 26 2018 12:00 AM

I didnt know him personally but I wish I had. Prayers for you all.

Carmen Sep 26 2018 12:00 AM

1st camp trip I ever had was with Larry and Phyllis. They took my two brothers and me to the lake for a few days. This was back in the 60's and that was when the song "They Are Coming To Take Me Away" and I remember being scaried the whole night after hearing it on the radio. Sure had a great time and will dearly miss him!

Warren Crusenberry Sep 25 2018 12:00 AM

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