In Memory

Larry Moorhead

Larry Moorhead

Lawrence Clement Moorhead
May 15, 1953 - March 6, 2016

Lawrence “Larry” Clement Moorhead passed away on Sunday, March 6, 2016. Larry was born May 15, 1953 in Brownsville, TX to Nicholas and Rose Mary Moorhead. He worked at Vought Aircraft Industries as a Material Review Board Quality Engineer Lead Specialist. He loved to play and listen to music, he loved to cook, and he loved his family. He was preceded in death by his parents and his wife, Catherine Louise Moorhead. He is survived by his sister, Patricia Hughes, and his four children, Jeremy Moorhead and wife Heather, Stacey Mohr and husband Ross, Michael Moorhead, and Amanda Stephens and husband Chad, and six grandchildren of whom he was so very proud.

Blackbird, fly.



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04/06/16 06:40 PM #1    

Charlie Taylor

Larry was with us as a sophomore (68-69).  He left us and graduated from SGP. 

04/07/16 10:53 AM #2    

George Zimmerman

Larry was a preachers kid, so in addition to having to deal with all the normal teen angst,

he also had to deal with the pressures of being held a higher standard. My guess is that

he developed his great  sense of humor to deal with it instead of completly rebelling. When the mufflers

on his old Chevy rusted out, he made no effort to repair them because it made it sound

as if it had glass packs on it, and it drove his dad crazy. He also was very outgoing. I was  

envious of his ability to so easily chat with and charm the girls.

04/08/16 12:15 PM #3    

Jerry Brown

Got to know Larry when we worked at Shakey's Pizza out by the county line.  I think he was addicted to Rod Stewart's Maggie May at the time, played it constantly on the store stereo system.  Go in peace Larry.

04/09/16 04:20 PM #4    

Joni Voytko (Offill)

Larry was a wonderful guy!  He was my brother-in-law.  He'd do anything for anyone! 

He went on to be with his wife, Cathy!  We miss him so much!                             


04/10/16 01:21 PM #5    

Patti O'Leary (Herring)

Larry was one of the first people I met when I moved to GP. He was a nice guy. My thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends.

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