Larry Agee, age 65, of Lawrenceville, Georgia, passed away peacefully in his sleep on November 2nd, 2012. Larry is survived by his loving wife Marguerite "Cricket" Agee of Lawrenceville, Georgia; his daughter and son in law, Amanda and Neil Strow of New York, New York; and his two beautiful grandchildren, Noah and Aaron Strow, New York, New York. Larry was a graduate of the University of Tennessee, a longtime employee of AT&T, and a member of the Snellville American Legion. Larry served proudly as a Marine during the Vietnam War, and always had an extreme love of his family and country. In lieu of flowers, his family is asking for donations to be made to the Wounded Warrior Project at www.woundedwarriorproject.org on behalf of "Larry Agee." Larry's Memorial Service will be held Saturday, November 10th at 1pm at Wages and Sons Gwinnett Chapel, 1031 Lawrenceville Hwy, 770-277-4550. A visitation hour will precede the service from noon until 1pm. Please visit www.wagesandsons.com to share your special memories of Larry in his online guest book. We will also be collecting gently used sweaters at Larry's memorial service to donate towards Wages and Sons "Sweaters for Veterans program." Your donations will be given to veterans in need at area nursing homes. As Abraham Lincoln said "in the end, it's not the years in your life that count; it's the life in your years." Larry lived life and loved life to the fullest. We love and miss you.

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  1. Cricket, Mandy & family,

    We were so sorry to hear about Larry. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. I hope all of your wonderful memories will bring you comfort during your time of sorrow. Please let us know if there is anything we can do.

    Love,

    Richard & DeeDee Robbins & family

  2. I am sorry for your loss. Larry was my cousin an I haven’t seen him in a while. I have always known that he was a good person an I know he will be missed. I am praying for your family.

    Lisa Stamps

  3. I’m sorry to hear of Larry’s passing – he fought the good fight with character and conviction, and did so many times. Cricket and Mandy, my condolences to you – may you find peace in your wonderful memories of Larry.

  4. I am so sorry for you loss. I enjoyed working with Larry at AT&T. He always made me smile. He was a such a good person, always thinking of others.

  5. Larry,Cricket and Mandy:
    We are so grateful that you have been a part of our family for the past 31 years. Throughout the years from being next door neighbors in Memphis to being adjacent subdivision neighbors in Atlanta, we have developed a valued friendship and created lifelong memories – none of which are greater than watching our little girls grow up to become beautiful, successful women and mothers that we are so proud of today.We will never forget the exciting times we spent together with back yard cookouts, homemade pizza and movies on Friday nights, working together on home improvement projects, fishing trips to Kentucky Lake, holiday get together with family and friends and just hanging out enjoying your true friendship.

    Larry you will be truly missed but our lifelong memories will be cherished forever.

    Sheree, Donnie, Tracy, Laura

  6. Daddy,
    I miss you every moment of the day and will love you every moment of my life. You have taught me so much, but most importantly, how to be an honest person, a happy person, and how to always look on the sunny side of life. You will always have a special place in my heart. Always and a Day, Daddy. Love, Mandy “Eugene Aloisious” Agee Strow.

  7. Sir, you never met me, but I knew of you through your daughter Mandy. I also know you were a veteran and, by rule, my brother. May you rest in peace and your family stay as blessed as they were with you in their life….
    Honor, courage, commitment…. Whooyaaa!!!

  8. Sir, you never met me, but I knew of you through your daughter Mandy. I also know you were a veteran and, by rule, my brother. May you rest in peace and your family stay as blessed as they were with you in their life….
    Honor, courage, commitment…. Whooyaaa!!!

  9. I was so blessed to have a loyal and devoted friend for a life time. From elementary school when we rode bikes till dark, played backyard sports and fought like brothers. We shared meals at each others homes,your Grandma fed us her “big breakfast” and we watched Saturday morning cartoons until she kicked us out of the house. It was always fun times. We went to church together and got into a little trouble together. We still turned out good! You were always there for me, you introduced me to my wife Bobbie, of 44 years and I will always be grateful to you for that. I’ll always remember you my good, true friend, my brother in Christ, Larry Agee, God Bless You! Love and sympathy to the family.

  10. Larry, Cricket, Mandy, Neil, Noah, and Aaron,

    To express the loss felt is not possible. We loved Larry so much, he was a great friend and our visits will be truly missed.

  11. Cricket, Mandy, Neil, Noah, Aaron

    When Larry, Cricket, & Mandy came into our livesvia Neil, It became one of the most joyous days of our lives. Although we have lost one of our most precious person, Larry will never be forgotten. He will be in our hearts forever. Lydia & Mel are truly blessed that we have something very,very special, in our family. Larry & Cricket had Mandythe most warm caring, daughter & mother we have ever known, who in turn had Noah & Aaron, our beautiful fun filled grandkids. We lost Larry, but we have many happy days ahead.
    Lydia & Mel are the luckiest people on the face of the earth. We both love our family, & will be there for all, whenever there is a need.
    Lydia & Mel

  12. We love you guys so much. You are in our hearts and minds as you go through this sad time. Larry is always with you everywhere you go and in everything you do. You can talk to him any time, and he will always be listening and will always be in your hearts. And just as on earth, he will be cheering for you, laughing with you, and loving you always.

  13. We were so lucky to meet Larry when Neil and Mandy got married.We enjoyed many interesting conversations with him. He has always been kind, full of life and a joy to be around. We are so honored to have had Larry in our life. Please know that our thoughts are with Cricket, Mandy, Neil and family today and in the many days to come.
    With all our love,
    Joe and Sonia

  14. When I think of our family’s first meeting with Larry when we met Neil’s “in-laws”, I remember his huge smile and big laugh. Over the years, it was his huge heart with endless love for Cricket, Mandy and the entire family that is remembered. He will be so sorely missed but always with us.

  15. I miss my dear cousin and friend terribly. There are so many wonderful memories throughout every phase of life–59 years of memories that will forever be cherished. Larry faced life’s challenges with such positive spirit and courage, always thinking of others. My love and prayers always. BB

  16. Dearest Cricket & Mandy;
    We are deeply sorry for your loss. It is a loss for everyone that knew Larry. His “big” bear hugs and his great laugh will truly be missed. We had so many wonderful times together and can share in those memories forever. Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you both and with the entire family. After all, we are all family.

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