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Condolence From: Anna Webb
Condolence: I remember when Larry first began working here at the college. He had the most inspiring smile and the greatest words of kindness for everyone he interacted with. He was always interested in how you were doing and never left a conversation without making you laugh. He saw the good in everyone he met and felt that life was great. He will be missed dearly by those of us who were so fortunate to have known him while he was here. God Bless you Larry for making me a better person. My prayers are with his family.
Tuesday May 03, 2011
Condolence From: Whitney Knight
Condolence: I have been a student at OCCC since fall of 2008, and during my time there I had the pleasure of meeting Mr. Lundy a number of times. Whether I needed a spare Bandaid or I was returning some miscellaneous object I'd found on campus to the lost and found, Mr. Lundy never failed to send me out that door smiling and laughing. It was always such a delight to see he and his wife on their romantic picnic lunches in the College Union. It warmed my heart to see such passionate love that I know will continue forever. Although I never met Mr. Lundy's family, they are all in my thoughts and prayers. God bless you all.
Sunday May 01, 2011
Condolence From: Jeremy Lee Bohannon
Condolence: I do not believe Larry will be missed; I believe Larry IS missed by us all. I am sad for Debbie, Jennifer and Tim, but they are all much stronger than I think I could be in the same situation. It was wonderful to hear all people who spoke at his funeral to relate their memories and stories about Larry and ALL had nothing but positive things to say. One speaker said it best when he said that for once it was great to hear people speak of someone without having to exaggerate to make that person seem better than they really were. Larry's life required no such exaggeration. I was also pleased to hear how he impacted the lives of so many people in even more ways than I was aware of. I cannot help but feel we've all lost something special with his passing, but Heaven has gained someone special. In the end, that is the most important thing. If anyone ever earned a place in Heaven, Larry Lee Lundy earned his.
Sunday May 01, 2011
Condolence From: Peter Chan
Condolence: I will remember Larry for his smile. Every time I saw him, he would always be in a good humor and kid with me. He will be greatly missed. I want to send my deepest sympathy to Debbie, Tim, and Jennifer.
Saturday April 30, 2011
Condolence From: Sarah French
Condolence: Debbie and family, I am deeply sorry for your loss and wish you healing prayers and support from family and friends as you make your way through this difficult passage. I have only had the privilege of getting to know Larry over the past year and a half, but he was unfailingly kind and cheerful in all of my interactions with him. Always ready with a smile, Larry was one of the "rocks" we counted on in our Student Support Services office. I know that he was beloved by faculty, staff and students. Although a church commitment will probably prevent me from attending his service, please know that you are all in my thoughts and prayers.
Friday April 29, 2011
Condolence From: Andrea Owrey
Condolence: Debbie and family, I had the honor of working with Larry for about 4 years at the college. Just by his character alone I knew that he was a Christian man who loved his family tremendously. He often spoke of you all with a smile on his face- the pride he felt for you all was apparent to everyone who knew him. I left the college 3 years ago, but I know everyone there will feel a immense void at not seeing him every day - missing his encouraging spirit and kind heart. I am praying that God will give you comfort and strength in the days ahead and knowing that we will see Larry again in Heaven! For I am persuaded, that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor principalities, nor powers, nor things present, nor things to come,Nor height, nor depth, nor any other creature, shall be able to separate us from the love of God, which is in Christ Jesus our Lord. (Romans 8:38-39)
Friday April 29, 2011
Condolence From: Jim Lowery
Condolence: Many years ago Larry took my Political Science class. (he passed). Since then, we have been friends and often gave me ride from the back of the parking lot as I walked toward classes. He always had a smiling face and wanted to talk politics. I will miss him on campus. Jim Lowery
Thursday April 28, 2011
Condolence From: JP Johnson
Condolence: Larry's love for his family, and their love for him, spilled over into his dedicated care for the lucky members of his OCCC family. I will miss his smile, his sense of humor, his kindness, and his caring. As a security officer, and as a first responder, he calmed the hearts and souls of many. His gentle, protective spirit will live forever in the hearts of those of us whose lives he touched.
Thursday April 28, 2011
Condolence From: Kyla Prewitt
Condolence: Larry... No words can explain how great a friend you were to me and my family. You will be missed.
Wednesday April 27, 2011
Condolence From: Carla & Alex Prewitt
Condolence: Just seeing Larry at church would put a smile on our faces. I am proud and lucky to say that Larry was a friend of ours. I just wish Alex would have gotten to have spent more time with him. I am sorry for your loss.
Wednesday April 27, 2011

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