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Larry S. Marsh Sr.

Larry S. Marsh Sr., 86, of Bruyer Road, Stockton, passed away on Monday October 11, 2021 at Heritage Village Rehab and SN

Born on January 28, 1935 in Stockton to the late Carl and Wilma Osgood Marsh.

He had attended the Cassadaga Valley Central School.

Larry was a veteran of the Korean Conflict who served in the US Navy from 1952 to 1956.

He was employed as a foreman and machinist at Proto Tool / Ingersoll Rand and retired in 1997 as a supervisor at Blackstone / Valeo. Larry was then hired by the former Lake County Dairy as a maintenance man for all 10 stores for over 10 years.

In retirement, Larry converted his two-story home into a one-story home without moving. He has also been involved in various construction projects with his family’s homes and was even given a vest and hard hat at the Heritage Village to help with their construction project.

He was a former member of the Cassadaga Memorial American Legion Post 1280 and War Vets Re-creation. He loved working wood and being busy gardening and maintaining his house. Always a family man, he enjoyed attending the sporting events of his children and grandchildren and loved his own “Grandchildren”. He loved being with the family!

56-year-old husband of the late Marlene M. Lehnen Marsh, whom he married on June 26, 1954 and who died on September 18, 2010; Father of Lori Lynn Marsh from Gerry, Kent (Kim) Marsh and Kay Marie (Stephen) Singer, all from Sinclairville, Debra Sue (Steven) Snyder from Orange Park, Florida; and the late Larry S., Jr. (1974) and young daughter Darla Jo Marsh (1971); Grandfather of Randy and Bryan Carlson, Chelsey (Brent) Marsh Heintzelman, Courtney (Ron) Marsh Roderick, Michael and Lucas Snyder; Great grandfather of Bryce and Aubrey Heintzelman, Addison and Kathryn Roderick; Step-great-grandfather of Grace and Brock Roderick; Brother of Dottie Muzzy from Greenhurst and the late Bessie Kelly, Claire, Howard, John, Kenneth, Paul, Gordon, Carl Jr. and Roger Marsh. Also survived by his half-sisters: Julia Burke, Bernice Ducat and Hazel Mobley; Sisters-in-Law: Ethel and Gerry Marsh and Joan Ulrich; and his nieces and nephews.

The visitation will take place on Thursday from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Jordan Funeral Home, Sinclairville. The funeral will take place on Friday at 11 a.m. Burial in Greenwood Cemetery, Stockton.

Instead of flowers, memorials for: Stockton Volunteer Fire Department or Heritage Village.

To offer condolences, go to jordansinclairville.com.

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