Larry Allen Pryor  October 3 1939  February 4 2020

Larry Allen Pryor October 3 1939 February 4 2020

October 3 1939 February 4 2020
Larry Allen Pryor, age 80, of Elkins passed away Tuesday February 4, 2020. He was born October 3, 1939 in Burbank, California to Golda Vivian Mason Pryor. Larry served in the U.S. Navy. He was a cattle farmer and loved gardening. He is survived by his wife of 58 years, Linda Fallen Pryor; three daughters, Vivian Pryor of Elkins, Arkansas, Melinda Steele and her husband Jimmy Steele of Elkins, Arkansas and Joanna Ridenoure and her husband Bud of Goshen, Arkansas; three grandchildren, Payton Easley and his wife Epiphany, Farron Easley and his wife Lauren, Mahala Steele Tedford and her husband Blake; three great grandchildren, Vayah, Levitt, and Parker. Larry died suddenly of congestive heart failure. He worked nearly every day of his life. He always showed his love for his family and they loved him dearly. Larry had just finished feeding his cows, came home, changed into his PJ’s, sat down and was gone. The family wants to express a special gratefulness to the 911 team; Washington County Sherriff’s Office, Elkins Police Department, the Coroner, and all of the wonderful people who tried to revive him. Larry would have been overwhelmed by all of the response from all of the friends and the community members. Surely he is smiling in heaven. He will be dearly missed. He always wanted no donations and no services; just for everyone to show their loved one’s extra kindness. Cremation arrangements are under the direction of Moore’s Chapel in Fayetteville and there will be no services as he wished. To send flowers or a memorial gift to the family of Larry Allen Pryor please visit our Sympathy Store.

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Larry Allen Pryor October 3 1939 February 4 2020.

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Death notice for the town of: Fayetteville, state: Arkansas

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