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In Loving Memory

Davis, Larry M.

February 7, 1961 - January 30, 2024

Davis, Larry M., passed away on January 30, 2024.

Beloved husband of Cindy Cook; loving father of Kimberly (Joe Zlatic) Davis; dear brother of Pamela Davis and Danny (Kimberly Jones) Davis; our dear uncle, cousin and friend.

Services: Memorial visitation at Kutis South County Chapel, 5255 Lemay Ferry Road, on Friday, February 9, 10:00 am until time of Memorial Service at 1:00 pm. Memorial contributions can be made to Vasculitis Foundation for GPA (Wegeners disease) or American Heart Assoc.


7 thoughts on “Davis, Larry M.”

  1. Larry was always a gentleman and someone anybody could go to for help.
    If only there were more people like Larry it would be a better world.
    Every person that had the luck to have Larry as a friend is a better person because of that friendship. He will be surely missed.

  2. Larry and I shared a love of hard rock music. We had so many conversations about bands and concerts in the Sanofi lunchroom. Larry played drums in a local band and I went to see him play live in the mid-90’s. The bar was the former Peppermint Stick on Broadway and I still remember my favorite song of the night. DOKKEN-BREAKING THE CHAINS. Rock on Larry!!

  3. Larry was a great friend and a great musician. He was such a great drummer to play with in our band. He will be very missed by all of us. May my buddy rest in peace!

    Robby Caldwell

  4. So many fun Larry stories from my youth. I’m so sorry to hear about his passing. Prayers and thoughts for him and Cindy ! Thinking of you Cindy !

  5. Larry was such a kind soul, he will be missed. Dear Cindy, our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.
    Patty & Don Kinsella

  6. Larry was a good man. We have played drums together since 1974. He was my rival at Lindbergh H.S. until graduation in 1979. He was an outstanding athlete and a great drummer, not to mention a great person. I recently went out to dinner with him and we caught up for 2 hrs (Thanks Craig Breckenridge & Linda Hicks). We laughed at some good times and relived great memories. RIP Mr Davis, you will be missed.


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