It is with heavy hearts that we announce the peaceful passing of Larry Marcoux, a beloved partner, father, brother, uncle, grandfather, and friend who brought joy and love to the lives of those around him. He will be deeply missed and forever remembered for his charisma, sense of humor and wit, laughter, and the lasting impact he made on the world.
Born on December 23rd in Fall River, Massachusetts, Larry was the son of Denis and Beatrice Marcoux. At a young age, Larry could be found tinkering with cars or anything mechanical to figure out how it worked. Following his dreams, Larry ventured into the world of business where he established his own company dedicated to aiding biomedical research.
Beyond his professional pursuits, Larry loved boating and eating crabs- especially if they were from Maryland. He loved trying new foods and was an avid chef that was always learning new recipes. He enjoyed learning about space and NASA, reading, and taking his daily morning walks.
In his personal life, Larry cherished Trudy, his loving partner, and greatly valued his time with her. He was a father to his only child, Terri, whom he bonded with closely in recent years with her move to Florida to be with him. Larry, Trudy, and Terri looked forward to having Happy Hour every Friday watching the sunset on the dock. He is survived by his siblings Denise Parkerson and Randal Marcoux, his grandchildren, Kayla and Carley Hott, and his nieces and nephews Jen Parkerson, Heather Marcoux, Christopher Parkerson, and Michael Marcoux. Larry will be reunited in Heaven with his parents Denis and Beatrice Marcoux, brother Richard Marcoux, and late Wife Elizabeth Nealon-Marcoux.
There will be a visitation Thursday, June 29th from 3:00P.M. - 5:00P.M. at Griffith-Cline Funeral Home.
A Mass will be held on Friday at Saints Peter and Paul the Apostles Catholic Church at 9:30 A.M. to honor and remember Larry.
In lieu of flowers, the family kindly requests donations be made to All American Dachshund Rescue in memory of Larry, as it was a cause close to his heart: