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Larry Allen Brown

05/20/1951 - 12/17/2021
Visitation Date: 01/15/2022
Visitation Time: 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Visitation Location: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints - 20637 E San Tan Blvd, Queen Creek, AZ 85142

Larry Allen Brown left this world in a hurry December 17, 2021. He battled various medical issues for years and with each terminal diagnosis he prevailed and bravely continued on. He had been saying for years “all I want is one day pain free” so he saw his chance, took it and he took it head on, like he had always lived his life.

Born in Tucson, AZ, he learned to work hard at a very young age and accomplished many things including becoming an eagle scout. He loved his faith, set a wonderful example for all, and knew God was at his side for life. He served an honorable LDS mission in Western New York where he met the love of his life Kelli, who he married in the Mesa Arizona temple. They raised 4 amazing children and have 7 fabulous grandchildren, who he adored to infinity.

He was very talented and built custom luxury homes and sprawling luxury horse facilities. After 9/11, he switched careers and became a manager for TSA at Phoenix Sky Harbor airport which was probably his most satisfying job. He loved people and would talk to everyone he met asking them about their travels. He was a natural born leader, often taking charge, giving orders and advocating for his team. As a result, his team members would seek out his advice and guidance.

He loved to travel, saw a lot of the world and showered his family with incredible gifts from abroad. Nobody was better at haggling, especially for cars, and he excelled at getting his meals comped and back seat driving.

There will be a celebration of life for Larry on January 15, 2021 from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints at 20637 E San Tan Blvd, Queen Creek, AZ 85142. Attendees can come and go as they want during that time. The family is eager to see all those who knew and loved Larry. He has been cremated and will be taken to an exotic locale and left there by his immediate family – lucky guy!

In lieu of flowers, Larry would love it if you donated to your favorite charity.

Arrangements by Bunker’s Garden Chapel, www.bunkerfuneral.com. Should this obituary appear anywhere but bunkerfuneral.com, please check our website for accurate details and service information.

 

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  • I worked with Larry up until he left TSA. The world and more specifically his loved ones lost a good man. I am sorry for your loss.

  • My condolences to Larry and his family. Everyone at TSA loved Larry. He was smart, patient and a joy to work with. Larry will truly be missed. Rest in Heaven Larry.

  • Truly a great man who had a tremendous impact on the lives of others.

  • Met Larry about 30 years ago when he built my ranch. He was a special giving man who was there for me when I needed help. Such a pillar of strength who kept on going and giving. Love and condolences to his family. Rest In Peace Larry.

  • Larry was my TSA manager and friend. I miss our conversations about your trips you were taking and about how excited you were to spend time with your family which you loved dearly. The world lost a good man but heaven gained an amazing angel. Praying for your family larry and rest in heavenly peace . Until we meet again ..

  • To Kelly & Family,
    I met your husband, father and grandfather in 1971 and served with him as a missionary for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. After our missions completed I lost contact with Larry for too long. In recent months we found each other and renewed our friendship. That was a sweet experience for me. I was so sad at his passing. Some friends take a part of you when they leave this life. I am certain Larry knows Jesus Christ and will continue to serve him. The strength of Kelly and Larry’s covenant will keep their family together. I will miss you, my brother. Alan

  • Meet Larry at TSA. What a wonderful human. He loved life and people every where. Rest in peace my friend.

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