July 26, 1947 ~ February 21, 2015
ARLINGTON -- James Larry Plunk, 67, beloved husband, father and granddaddy, passed away peacefully Saturday, Feb. 21, 2015. Funeral: 10:30 a.m. Thursday at Wade Family Funeral Home, 4140 W. Pioneer Parkway, Arlington, with Pastor Richard Plunk and the Rev. Bob Fuston officiating. Interment: Moore Memorial Gardens, 1210 N. Davis Drive, Arlington. Visitation: 6 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home. Larry was born July 26, 1947, in Dallas to Colleen and James M. Plunk. Larry was a Bryan Adams Class of 1965 graduate and was actively involved with his high school alumni. He received an associate's degree in science from Dallas Baptist University and a bachelor of administration from Southern Methodist University. He worked 25 years for General Dynamics with many accomplishments before retiring. Larry was preceded in death by his father, James M. Plunk. Survivors: His wife of 37 years, Judy Beth Plunk; daughters, Monique Crutchfield and husband, Mike, Debby Armitage and husband, Bobby, Cecily Rodriguez and husband, Freddy, Lisa Murray and husband, Don, and Stephanie Walker and husband, Jason; mother, Colleen Plunk; brothers, Dr. Michael Plunk and wife, Carol, and Ken Plunk and wife, Jean; grandchildren, Colton, Abbie and Cason Walker, Landon and Carson Murray, Brandi and Bronson Rodriguez, and Rachele Christian; a niece and nephew; and a host of friends. Wade Family Funeral Home Arlington, 817-274-9233
RIP my friend.Will miss your pokes on Facebook and your posts.All my respects to a good man.
I was so sorry to hear this sad news Saturday morning. We never know how short life is going to be. I had just found Larry on facebook several months ago, and was glad that I had reconnected with the Plunk Family again. We go back to our teenage years, and have very fond memories of all of the Plunk men. Please pass our thoughts and prayers on to the family, and let them know that they are in our thoughts and prayers.
Nila Porter Houser, email@example.com, Class of 1968.
Gordon Porter, Class of 65.
I am so sorry for the family of Larry Plunk. He stood out to me as the most genuine person I had the opportunity to work with. He touched my life in so many ways as a mentor to me. He will be truly missed, I will be praying for your family!
Mo, I’m so sorry for your loss. My prayers are with you and your family. If you need anything, don’t hesitate to let me know.
I worked with Larry at the Wortham Facility. He was always a joy to be around. He was an inspiring individual and could make others achieve their goals by just being around them—had a smile on his face and before you knew it everyone was smiling.
He will be missed. Every now and then he would send me a joke by email and I could just see him smiling.
Will keep your family in my prayers.
Larry will be sorely missed and always appreciated and mourned by his classmates and friends from BA65. He genuinely meant a great deal to us all and I am confident that he sits at the right hand of his Creator. My love and condolences to his family, whom he loved so much. Jack
Ellonia and I were very sorry to hear of Larry’s passing and were sorry we could not attend the services. Our prayers are with you and the family.