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|Lawrence E. Harrington|
Funeral services for Lawrence E. Harrington, 70, of Crowville, were held Sunday, September 14, 2008 at the Westside Baptist Church in Delhi with Rev. Steve Hillman officiating.
Burial followed at the Crowville Masonic Cemetery under the direction of Cox Funeral Home of Delhi.
Mr. Harrington was born on August 29, 1938, and passed from this earth to be with his heavenly Father on Thursday, September 11, 2008.
He was a retired automobile mechanic, an Air Force veteran and a member of the Westside Baptist Church in Delhi.
He is preceded in death by his father, Claude Lee Harrington, and a sister, Carolyn Rush.
Mr. Harrington is survived by his wife of 38 years, Nell B. Harrington of Crowville; one son, Mike "Spot" Weems of Crowville; three daughters, Tammy Stevens and husband, Darrel, of Morgan City; Melanie Lucas and husband, Doug, of Alexandria; and Loretta Mason of Natchez; two granddaughters, Jodi Adams and husband, Chris, of West Monroe and Mikala Weems of Winnsboro; two great-grandchildren, Matthew and Hannah Adams; grandchildren, Chad, Sommer, Chris and Garret; his mother Betty Harrington of Clayton; two sisters, Catherine Fortunato and husband, Joe, of Natchez; and Mary Howington and husband, Gary, of Pineville; and a special sister-in-law, Linda Antley of Crowville.
Pallbearers were Bobby Blossom, Jordy Blossom, Jamie Brown, Steve Brown, Gary Wilson, Harold Comeaux and Joe Brown.
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