Lawrence “Larry” P. Lagershausen

Lawrence “Larry” P. Lagershausen

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Lawrence (Larry) P. Lagershausen passed away on Thursday, January 4, 2018 in his home.

Larry was born in St. Louis, MO on November 6, 1934. He was the youngest of 2 children born to Herman and Helen Lagershausen. He married Carole (Dowling) Lagershausen on November 20, 1954. He spent most of his career working for Kas Chip Company as a chip salesman for which he retired. He went on to work for the Hazelwood School District as a custodian until 2006. After retiring from the school, he took a part-time job in the butcher department at Bill’s Market in Bellefontaine Neighbors for several years. He and Carole cherished raising their 3 children, Craig, Kim, Stacy, and 10 grandchildren.  Larry enjoyed trips to the local casino, bowling, fishing and visiting with his friends at Donut Delight. He was always telling jokes and making everyone laugh. He was a loving and supportive husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather.

He leaves behind to mourn his loss; precious Father of the late Craig Lagershausen, Kim (Mark) Pinkerton, Stacy Barklage; adored grandfather of Ryan (April) Cook, Ian (Jamie) Minnigerode, Chad (Lauren) Cook, Josh Cook, Lindsey (Russ) Cook, Megan (Jeremy) Cook, Cody Barklage, Kirk Pinkerton, Katelin Pinkerton, Kourtney Pinkerton; cherished great-grandfather of Cullen, Jaxson, Raya, Morgan, McKenna, Molly, Max, Brandon, Ava, Mia, Devin, Luke, Liam, Cameron, Tristin, Kierstin; preceded in death by his beloved wife Carole Lagershausen, son Craig Lagershausen, parents Herman and Helen Lagershausen, sister Dorothy “Dolly” (Walter) Kosednar.

Services: A Memorial Celebration will be held on Friday, January 19, 2018 at 10:00 am at Holy Name of Jesus Parish, 10235 Ashbrook Dr., St. Louis, MO 63137.

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  1. Jim & Ginny Poe says:

    We will sadly miss Larry. We are out of the area and will miss the celebration for him but he will be in our thoughts and prayers as well as the rest of your family. We will miss his wit and wisdom and what a character he was.

    Jim & Ginny Poe

  2. Renee and Danny says:

    We will miss Larry, always telling jokes or funny stories. Enjoyed spending time with him and Carol at Ryan and April’s kids party’s and activity’s . Our thoughts and prayers for the family.

  3. Dr. James J. Schneider says:

    I will surely miss Larry. I considered him not only a great patient, but a great friend. I shared many a good story with both Larry and Carole. Larry was a gentlemen and a loving husband and father. He cherished his family and friends. It was an honor to know him. I only hope he and Carole are at the Big Casino in the sky and celebrating a jackpot. God Rest Larry and God Bless.