Loving husband, father, grandfather, Larry B. Denison, 74, passed away Wednesday, March 6, 2019 at home surrounded by his family. He was born May, 1944 in Cedar Rapids, IA, the son of the late Boyd and Ola Denison. Larry will be deeply missed by his loving and devoted wife Linda of 53 years, his children Todd (Becky), Stacy (Scott) and Megan (Albert), and his 8 grandchildren.
Larry was raised in Marshalltown, Iowa, graduated from Iowa State University, Larry had a distinguished career in Chicago in the electrical supply and telecommunications industry, including business owner of Nortech Telecommunications in Elk Grove Village. Upon retirement, Larry pursued his passions as a lover of the outdoors and a passionate sporting clays shooter. Larry was a long standing board member and sporting clays leader at the Northbrook Sports Club in Grayslake, IL. Funeral service will be Friday March 15 at 1:30pm at Presbyterian Church of Barrington, 6 Brinker Road, Barrington, IL. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the American Cancer Society, www.cancer.org
I am so sorry for your loss, Denison Family. I remember Megan’s dad as a friendly man who always seemed to have a twinkle in his eye. Sending all my love, Laura Wilson McDowell
Linda and Family I’m proud to have had Larry as my new friend these last couple of years. I’m so sorry for your loss, he was a great, generous man , who deeply loved his family.
So sorry for your loss. Prayers for the family.
Linda and Family, Please accept my deepest sympathy on your loss. Larry was a dear friend and a kind and gentle person, We will all miss him. I pray that The Lord will give you peace and the strength to carry on in faith.
Linda and Family, my heartfelt condolences on the passing of your husband, father, grandfather. Larry is now in the arms of our Heavenly Father, pain free and watching over his family.
Dear Linda, our thoughts and prayers are with you and the family during this time of sadness. We cherish the memories of Larry and you, especially when you two stayed with us in Rockville, MD during Larry's business in the DC area and spending that Easter with us exactly 52 years ago, April 1967 and our trip up Skyline Drive. Growing up across the street from each other in Marshalltown, Larry and I were constant buddies. He will always have a special place in my heart. God bless you all. Denny & Pat
Linda, I am so very sorry for your loss. You had a long marriage with Larry. Lots of memories to cherish. You and your family will be in our prayers and thoughts. Arlene Brouillette Sew & Sew
So very sorry to hear that Larry passed away I was the Whse. Mgr. For Larry when he was president of IL Telephone Service and also Nortech
I'm so sorry. Larry and I did a lot of growing up together over the last 36 years and I learned much from him. He was like a brother, I loved him and I will continue to miss him. Sam
Linda, Todd, Stacy, Megan—-so sorry for your loss and have many wonderful memories of our family time together at Clear Lake. We will never forget the lake days and Larry was a big part of that! Especially remember Larry’s kindness and generosity always willing to pull one more skier????????❤️
Dear Linda, My condolences to you and family, and of course, to his many close friends. My friendship connection began with Larry began in junior high In Marshalltown, iA. Graduation Class of 1962. Larry was a good guy: honorable, fun to be with, and exuded true graciousness and charm that flowed so easily, genuinely, and naturally from him. Rest well, friend. Peace be with him and his loved ones.
Linda please accept my condolences and thank you again for your kind, spiritual guidance with Shula.
My deepest sympathy for your loss. I worked for Larry and he was very good to me. I was able to talk to him one on one about my family issues. He was a great man and a great friend. I will miss him dearly.
Larry me boyo. Thank you for your help and friendship over the last 30 years. You will be missed on the lakes, in the fields, and in my heart. Godspeed my friend.
Megan, Mrs. Denison and family, my condolences. My heart goes out to all of you. I remember Mr. Denison growing up with Megan from a young girl up until our college days. May all your memories stay alive through all of you and your continued family events.
We extend our heartfelt sympathy to the family of Todd Denison. Please know you are in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time and may you feel God's strength in the days ahead.
Saturday mornings won’t be the same. Keep an eye on your family and friends. God Bless