Larry Wayne Lairson
                                   May 23, 1956 -- February 10, 2019

Larry Wayne Lairson, 62, of Middlebury, died at 10:21 pm on Sunday,
February 10 at his residence. He was born on May 23, 1956, in Covington,
KY, to Wayne and Virginia (Hunt) Lairson. On January 11, 1975, in Fort
Recovery, OH, he married Colleen Noggler; she survives. Survivors in
addition to his wife are four daughters, Angie (Floyd) Hearld of Elkhart,
Karla (Jeffrey) Aistrop of Goshen, Mandy (Mike) Braun of Elkhart, Shelly
(Sy) Clements of Middlebury; eight grandchildren; seven sisters, Regina
Bonds and Debbie (Amos) Hostetler both of Indiana, Lois Haddad of
Georgia, Connie Lairson of Kentucky, Liz (Stan) Murrell of Tennessee, Lisa
(John) Gavazzoni and Amy (Roberto) Martinez both of Indiana; two
brothers, Kenny (Kate) Lairson of Indiana, Mike Lairson of Texas. He was
preceded in death by his father, five grandchildren, and brother, Joey
Lairson. He worked on a shrimp boat in Florida, painted billboards, and
worked at Syndicate for over 20 years. He was currently the owner operator
of the Mishawaka Flea Market. Larry was an avid fisherman and also went
hunting. He enjoyed playing guitar, gardening, and spending time with
family. He loved animals, especially his dog Elliot. Visitation will be from
1:00 - 4:00 pm followed by a funeral service at 4:00 pm on Saturday,
February 16 at Miller-Stewart Funeral Home, 1003 South Main Street,
Middlebury. Services will be conducted by Pastor Rocky Evans. Memorials
may be given to the funeral home to assist the family with funeral
expenses.  Online condolences may be offered at
millerstewartfuneralhome.com.


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I'm sorry for your loss your in my thoughts and prayers. Always remember
I'm here if you need to talk or need a shoulder to cry on.
From: Denise (Ditmars)Manges
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I am so sorry to hear about his passing, he was a great man me and my
mom met him at his flee market a few years ago we loved going in there,
and seeing him and his wife very sweet people
From: angel and khia
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Prayers and hugs to Colleen and family. Sorry for your loss.
From: Sharon Houser
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I am so privledged to have known Larry. Such a great 3 years! I think about
him a lot. I know he has gone fishing now, like he wanted to. Bless your
family Larry.
From: Lisa Quimby
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We just heard of Larry's death tonite. Our thoughts and prayers are with all
of you.So very sorry for your loss.
From: Lonny and Sharon
Gone Fishing
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