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January 14, 1965 ~ March 21, 2023 (age 58) 58 Years Old
Larry D Saunders Sr. was born to Ms. Theresa Loggins and Mr. Jerry Butler on January 14th, 1965 in Kansas City, Missouri.
He departed this life on March 21, 2023.
Larry was reared by his Uncle Earnest Williams and Aunt Mrs. Carolyn Williams. The Williams reared, guided and loved Larry alongside their daughter Karen Williams, growing up as his bonus sister.
Larry graduated from Paseo High school and participated in the Reserves Officers Training Corps (ROTC). Larry was ambitious and hardworking, he balanced school, and worked at McDonalds.
Larry had various interest and hobbies, his love for music allowed him to Dj' where he shared his love of music, with family, friends and his community.
Larry had a love for people and had a passionate love for his family.
Larry liked playing Spades and Dominoes. He was fashionable and was very debonair.
Larry was a member of Bethany Baptist Church of KCMO.
Larry was a hardworking family man, he was employed at Kemper Arena, Kansas City, Kansas Public Schools District, and Kansas City, Missouri Public Schools District.
Larry is preceded in death by his mother Theresa Loggins, and three siblings, Sharon Saunders, William Tyrone Saunders, and Jasea Saunders.
He leaves to cherish his memories, his former wife Stephanie Saunders; children Larry Saunders Jr. (April), Laron Saunders (Monica), and Sierra Saunders (Keshia), Aaron Saunders (Rosie); 15 grandchildren; his father Jerry Butler; his siblings; Tammy Saunders and Lydell Saunders; Aunts, and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.
To know Larry is to love Larry. His love for life, his family and people couldn't be wavered by anything, he will be greatly missed by all.