November 30, -0001 - December 8, 2010
CLAUNCH Lawrence Daniel, beloved husband of Diana, devoted father of Jerry, beloved son of Beverly and the late Jakie Claunch, and dear brother of Kendra (Tim) Minton. Passed away Wednesday, Dec. 8, 2010, age 49. Visitation at the Hodapp Funeral Home, 8815 Cincinnati-Columbus Rd. (Rt 42), West Chester Saturday, Dec. 11 from 9-11 am. Interment follows at Butler Co. Memorial Park. Memorials may be made to Hospice of Cincinnati.
My Uncle Larry was the strongest person i’ve ever met . He fought his battle until the very end, and then he knew it was time to give up the battle and be with the Lord . The things he did while on this earth were greatly appreciated and no one will ever forget him. He had a huge heart and showed his love to many people. God bless you Uncle Larry and I know now that you are in a better place. Love you always, your niece , Renee .
I must begin with saying I’m lost for words. As Larry’s Brother-in-Law you can understand how close and aware I was of his long and ever demanding battle to remain the great man that he was. This man denied the inevitable to the last minute… never showing fear or remorse – a true husband, father, friend and Marine to the end. His humor, love & sometimes misinterpreted adoration for others remains in the hearts of so many he touched. I will forever miss you, Larry. May God Bless you and forever hold you within the palm of his hands! Your Brother, Mike ( Semper Fi )
I have great memories of Larry, Jerry, and I in the Mustang. Rest in Peace.
I worked with Larry for several years in the Boiler Room at the Main Post Office in Cincinnati. During that time and to the present time Larry fought very hard to overcome his illness. I want the family to know that I have had him in my thoughts every day during his fight over the many years. I know he is at peace now and I know that with time you will find peace as well. Larry was proud to be a Marine and loved his family very much. I know these things because he told me so. I will and have been missing talking with him. I send you my very best wishes and deepest sympathy. Sincerely, Charles Duncan Campbell