Larry A. Fellows
May 21, 1941 - May 8, 2018
Saturday, May 12, 2018 from 11 am to 2 pm. Richland Township Hall
Richland Township Hall
Saturday, May 12, 2018 at 12:00 pm
Larry A. Fellows, age 76, of Prescott, MI, passed away at his home on Tuesday, May 8, 2018. He was born on May 21, 1941 in Flint, MI to Cecil & Molly (Hrabinuk) Fellows. He graduated from Davison High School. He served in the US Air Force from 1960 to 1963 and after discharge he worked as a delivery man for Koepplinger Bakery for 30 years. Larry married Deanna L. Arndt on July 2, 1988 at the Prescott United Methodist Church. They spent winters in Stewart, FL. after retiring. Larry enjoyed hunting, fishing, bee keeping, playing golf, cards, singing karaoke.
Larry is survived by his wife, Deanna Fellows of Prescott; son, Troy (Jeri) Fellows of Scotsville; daughter, Tracey Manthey of Cheboygan; daughter, Marcella (John) Costin of St. Clair; son, Jeremy (Kelly) Fellows of Davisburg; stepsons, Wayne (Miguel Cortez) Foco of Houston, Shawn (Shelly) Foco of Turner; stepdaughter, Roiann (Ernest) Baskin of Houston; 11 grandchildren; 4 great grandchildren; sister, Joyce Spohn of Flint; brothers, Philip (Jane) Fellows of Charlottesville, VA, Jeffery Fellows of Trapp, MD, many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents and first wife, Carol (Corey) Fellows; stepson, Troy Foco.
Per family wishes cremation has taken place and celebration of Larry’s life will be held at the Richland Township Hall on Saturday, May 12, 2018 from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm. Online condolences may be made to the family at www.bureshfuneralhomes.com.
I am so sorry to hear that Larry has passed. Please accept my condolences on your loss. In case you don't remember me, I am a distant cousin. My father and Larry's mother were cousins.
— Henry Rayn
My condolences to the whole Fellows family. Jeremy has been one of my best friends for close to 40 years. Everyone’s parents treated all of us kids as their own, and for that I call Jeremy my brother. It’s always hard to know what to say when we lose a loved one but I hope you take comfort in knowing that even Heaven has improved with Larry’s presence. I know Larry had an impact on my life and I’m a better man for it.
— Jimmy Belanger
Larry was a wonderful friend with such a joyful spirit. He lived life to the fullest and he left a song in our hearts. We were so fortunate to be considered "friends". Our love and thoughts go to the family. Larry will certainly be missed.
— Bob and Bobbie Green
Heartfelt sympathies to the family
— Brenda Liddell (Erickson)
My heart aches for you and your family Deanna...Larry was such a great guy..comforting prayers for you and your family....
— Debbie Schult Bramblett
Condolences to the entire family and prayers for peace and comfort during this time. Larry was a great man and will be fondly remembered by many. He was always so kind to me. He will surely be missed. We are both so very sorry for your loss.
— Rene' and Jeff Shelton
I am so sorry for your loss. May your happy memories help you through this difficult time.
— Kris Brown
Sorry to hear this. God bless you all.
— Dave Ryan
Deanna, Larry's voice is still in my ears saying goodbye at Vista Pines, How he had forgotten to take the CPAP from the condo and you had to come back to get it. All of our love and strength be with you at this time and know that Larry was My Rock.
— Dave / Brenda Brand
I’m so sorry for your loss. It was an absolute pleasure to meet Larry and to feel his warmth for Dad’s (John) family. Sending heartfelt love to you all.
— Hannah Field (Costin)
We only knew him these past few years but he left a lasting impression. A kind man with a great sense of humour and great inner strength. Our prayers go out to Deanna and her family.
— Brian and Paula Kinney
My condolences to you and your family for Larry's passing. God decided his work was done and it was time to take him home. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your loved ones at this sad time.
— Cathy Blanchard
Condolences to all of the family of friends of Larry Fellows
— Leroy and Mary Ellen Good
Words cannot begin to express the sadness you are feeling right now, but we are here for you and we are praying for you to get through this. Larry was a fine man and he'll be missed by many. Hugs to all of you.
— Bonnie and Bob Scheele
Deanna, sorry to hear about Larry. I will miss his cheerful demeanour at Vista Pines.
My thoughts are with you at this difficult time,
— Craig Smith, Nova Scotia.
So sorry to the family and friends of Larry..I wish I had the honor of know I g him as much as most of you do.. Jeremy is my brother-n-law married to my sister Kelly. I e k own of Larry's illness and his tremendous fight he gave to help bide the time..its never easy to say goodbye it's never the right time..nut I think it's safe to say he's no longer suffering and is in a much better place.
— Krista and Josh Obaga
Deanna, Troy, Geri and family. We are thinking of you and keeping you all in our prayers. We hope that your memories are comforting you in this difficult time.
— Gary and Linda Hill
Our sincerest condolences.
— Pat O'Connor and Lorie Horbatiuk, Southampton, Ontario
Deanna, my sincere condolences are being sent to you and your family. May Larry rest in peace and may God give you strength through these very difficult days. You are in my prayers! GARY,BARB AND KRIS Gillings
— Barbara Gillings
Our thoughts and prayers are sent to Deanna and her's and Larry's family. Larry was a true friend, and will be greatly missed.
— Arnie and Debbie Engster
John, Marcella & Family. My condolences for the loss of you dad Marcella. Hold tight to your many fond memories. You are a better person thanks to the love of your dad & his directions. The girls from Chatham,ont are praying for you at this sad time
JudyVp. Donna, cherie, Laurie, Bonnie, Gayle,Wanda, Brenda,Michelle,.....
— Judy VanderPol
Larry Fellows came into our lives when our daughter Geri-Sue married his son Troy Fellows. We were so excited and happy when Geri- Sue and Troy gave us three grandchildren; Cory Lawrence Fellows , followed by his two sisters, Kayla Marie and Abigail Lynn. We grew to know Larry as a man who learned how to keep things in perspective . He had a warm, charming personality, and a sense of humor. He helped us to remember that somewhere over the rainbow birds do fly. We remembered that after the storms and dark days, the sun eventually would return----warming us and giving us hope to continue on our journey through life. Linda and Larry St. Ours
— Linda and Larry St. Ours
Oh Deanna, we are so saddened to hear of Larry's passing. Larry had the determination and faith to keep him going. He will be greatly missed. Whenever I hear "I Lost my Thrill on Blueberry Hill" I will think of Larry and the joy he had at karaoke. Our hearts are breaking. Prayers for you and your family. We love you, Deanna.
— Mike and Janis Milonas
Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time.
— Lucie and Bob Brock
Deanna & Family: We are so sorry to learn about Larry's passing and we will keep you and your family in our thoughts and prayers. Larry will certainly be missed at Vista Pines and we all lost a good friend, may he rest in peace.
— Rose & Hilton Perez
Deanna, our sincere condolences to you and your family. Larry was a wonderful person who lived life to the fullest. It was a pleasure knowing him. He will truly be missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
— Kevin and Peggy Lynn
So sorry to learn about your dear husband's death, you will be in my thoughts & prayers as u go thru this very sad time. June James, Vista Pines,T6.
— June James
Deanna, Our sincere condolences go out to you and the entire family. We first met Larry when his son Troy Fellows met and married our daughter Geri St. Ours in the 1980's. Since then they gave us three grandchildren; Corey Lawrence, Kayla Marie, and Abigail Lynn. Larry will be remembered as an out door type of guy with a sense of humor and living life to it's fullest. Our prayers are with you.
— Linda and Larry St. Ours
With my deepest sympathy. May you carry fond memories of Larry in your hearts forever.
— Mary Thomas
Larry, Dave and I just arrived home from your splendid celebration. Your wishes were carried out and even the weather co operated. We were honoured to have been a small part of your life and will always take you with us in our hearts. Didn't Deanna look fantastic in her beautiful royal blue blouse? I know you were right there beaming down on the standing room only crowd. Friends , family and neighbours all there to show their love. We are lucky to be 7 hours away so it was easier for us to drive down Fri. night. Many of the Vista Piners held their our remembrance celebrations closer to their homes. I bet you didn't think you would be riding in your new golf cart! Well sir, Deanna and the kids thought you should make a final drive by to see the property and your bees. A fitting end to a wonderful loving celebration. Sleep well dear friend. Brenda Brand
— Brenda Brand
My prayers for the family.
— Matt Meiser