Larry Dean Beerbower

Larry Dean Beerbower, 47, of Lawrence, Kansas, passed away on October 16, 2023, in his hometown. Born on February 29, 1976, in Lawrence, Kansas, Larry was a beloved son, brother, and friend.

Larry was known for his free-spirited nature and his unwavering determination. He never shied away from speaking his mind and was admired for his strong-willed personality. Larry had a zest for life that was reflected in his hobbies and interests.

One of Larry’s greatest passions was attending rock concerts. He found solace and joy in the energy and music of live performances, and he cherished the memories he made at these events. In addition, Larry was an avid video game enthusiast. He would spend countless hours immersed in virtual worlds, honing his skills and finding excitement in the digital realm. When he wasn’t going to concerts or playing video games, Larry was a Kansas City Chiefs fan and would watch all their games on TV.

Larry will be deeply missed by his loved ones. He is survived by his mother, Helen M. Evans, daughter Mercedes Thomas and 2 grandchildren, his brothers Billie L. Beerbower Jr and Chester J. Beerbower, his sister-in-law Lisa D. Beerbower, his sister Debra M. Slifer, his brother-in-law Johnny A. Slifer, his brother Gary E. Beerbower and his sister-in-law Jennifer L. Beerbower. Larry had many nieces, nephews, great nieces, great nephews, great great nieces and great great nephews. Larry was preceded in death by his father, Billie L. Beerbower Sr.

The loss of Larry leaves a void in the hearts of those who knew him. His memory will forever be cherished, and his spirit will live on through the countless lives he touched.

May he rest in peace.

Messages & Condolences

From John Howard...

Hello Helen: Our condolences and sympathy for your loss of Larry. We know that a loss of a son is very emotional and as a parent you will miss him. god blee and comfort you and the family.
John and Sue Howard

From Katie Johnson...

Uncle Larry! Dude my guy. You are a huge part of my best child hood memories. First rock concert, WCW, the claw, and even when you used to steal my lighblub and hide under my bed. You may not have known it but I always loved and appreciated everything you did for me as a kid and as an adult. I’m going to miss you. Love you uncle by the way I still think the chiefs are lame. Xoxo rest easy

From Kenzlyn R. Beerbower...

I know I’m quite young to be looking at obituaries but I really miss you already uncle Larry. You will forever be in my heart. 💕

From Debra slifer...

Brother i love and miss you very much i hope you get the peace you have been looking for all your life rest in peace brother love you now forever and always

From Shannon Channel...

Helen ,Billy Chester. An the rest of the family.
I’m so sorry to hear about this . My thoughts an prayers are with you all.

From Duane and Julie Beerbower...

Our prayers are with each and everyone of you ,We love you all
RIP dear cousin

From Bobbie & Jolene Brown...

So sorry to all of you with Larry’s passing. May everyone , Helen ,Bill , Chet , Gary and Debbie have great memories of the youngest son and brother. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

From Tammy Graham...

My condolences to the family. May warm memories comfort you during your time of grief. ♥️

From Loretta Ann...

To Helen Evans , My sister in Christ on Facebook. I am a new friend of yours Helen and I wasn’t aware that Larry was your son. I thought he was a friend of yours. May our Heavenly Father wrap you in his love and peace like a warm blanket at this sad time . Sending much love to you Helen and yours .

From Chester Beerbower Sr...

I’m going to miss you little brother. I love ❤️ you very much & always will. Rip my little brother

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