Larry Neville

July 11, 1947 ~ October 30, 2022

Born in: Corpus Christi, Texas
Resided in: Arlington, Texas

Larry Benjamin Neville, age 75, passed away peacefully with family present Sunday October 30th at MCA hospital in Arlington, due to complications from cancer. Larry was born July 11th, 1947, in Corpus Christi to his mother Sylvia and father Benjamin. Larry is survived by his wife Jinger, sons Chris and Alex, grandson Gavin, sisters Delores and Dawn, and his brother Robert. Larry was a cement mason, angler, archer, hunter, marine, tropical fish enthusiast, rosarian, avid home cook, garage sale patron, and pecan cultivator. Larry labored for many years making a living providing for his family as a cement mason before his retirement. He enjoyed many outdoor sporting activities such as hunting and fishing with his friend Kenneth Degner and target archery with his friend Ron Ellerson. He spent several years keeping and raising tropical discus fish in his picturesque aquarium room. He took immense pride in selecting and maintaining many fine rose bushes over the years and shared them with friends and family regularly. Larry was always ready to feed someone who was hungry or talk with someone who needed company. A private memorial will be held at a date to be determined.

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  1. CandleImageLarry and his family was apart of my life growing up and have so many wonderful memories of him and Jinger as well as Alex and Chris. I will continue to pray for all of you in the coming days ahead as you adjust to life without Larry.

  2. CandleImageHe was the best!! I enjoyed sitting down and visiting with him which goes back to my high school days. Loved walking into the house and saying hi Dad. He would get such a big smile on his face. Prayers for Jinger and the family.

  3. So sorry Ginger,Chris,Alex and Gavin for the loss of Larry. He was a very good friend to Ron and they enjoyed each other’s company. He will be missed but time has a way to help us cope with the loss of our loved ones

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