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Larry Glynn Giddens
October 21, 1957 - December 22, 2005

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Karen O'ShieldsKaren
Karen O'ShieldsJames Belk
Kay BriscoePam Wilemon & Mitzi Langston McSpadden
Ed and Lynne Carroll CannanBeverly Lebr Moody
Jean EatonPlatt Family
denise r. harrellDr. and Mrs . Ken Davis
Mimi Devereaux


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By: James Belk Jan 4, 2006
On My Friend, Larry Giddens.

Liz asked me to say a few words about my friend Larry Giddens. Now, tradition says I am to get up here and say some things to bring comfort and relief to the friends and family gathered here. I’m sorry if I don’t accomplish that or even finish.

Larry’s (and my) favorite preacher in the world is John MacArthur of Grace Community Church in Panorama City, California. He would say that last Thursday morning while Liz worried over him and their youngest son watched, “Larry was instantaneously catapulted into the presence of our Lord.” The Bible says that when a Christian dies his spirit returns from whence it came. So while we are gathering tomorrow to celebrate the birth of Jesus, Larry went to see him. As much as I will miss him, he is someplace I would not wish him back from.

Some will say, “That sound nice but how do you know that?” Well, in the early 90’s Bill Maltsby at West Conroe Baptist Church decided to start a MasterLife group. Larry and I could not get signed up quickly enough. MasterLife is a 28 week intense bible study. One of the tasks you had to complete was to write down and share our testimony. Larry’s was unforgettable. Basically, he said that he had a good life, a great looking wife, beautiful kids, and a good job The problem was that he was not giving credit where credit was due and in his words, “God looked down at me and said ‘Your going down’” and Larry did. He literally could not get out of bed or even stand up. That was when all his medical problems began. But he found Jesus and believed. Because of that I can say he is with God.

Larry was not “just” a friend; he was on of my best. He was one of the few people in life that took friendship seriously. You could wake him up in the middle of the night to bail you out and he would. You could call Larry and ask him to bring you some gas 50 mile away and he would. You could call Larry to come and pull you and you’re broken down truck from Houston, and he would. I just happen to know these things for a fact, he did them me.

I loved Larry like a brother.

I will miss him.
By: Kay Briscoe Jan 2, 2006
Dear Ryan and entire Giddens Family, I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your father, especially at this time of year. Though I only spoke with him oce, it was obvious how much he cared for his family. I know you will miss him terribly in the coming months, and I pray God will give you peace and comfort in the happy memories that make up your family's history.
By: Ed and Lynne Carroll Cannan Dec 28, 2005
Dear Liz and your precious family,

"May The Lord bless you and keep you; The Lord make His face to shine upon you and be gracious unto you; The Lord turn His face toward you and give you peace.

Our deepest sympathy,

Ed and Lynne Carroll
By: Karen Milliff Dec 26, 2005
Dear Liz and family (especially Ryan)

we are so sorry to hear of your great loss! You are all in our hearts, thoughts and prayers.

Mrs. Milliff
By: Beverly Moody Dec 24, 2005
What sad news. Larry was quite the guy in High School, we all cut up in 1st period Civics Class, he loved to play football and all his friends knew that he was genuine and honest. I saw Larry several years later after I had gotten out of the Navy and he talked of his personal relationship with Christ and being sick. I had a chance to meet Liz and the kids and told them what a character their daddy was.. boy.. stories all of us who went to High School with Larry could tell on him. lol He has gone on to be with Christ, and at this sad time for Liz and his children, know that your husband and daddy loved ya'll so very much and that he lives on in ya'll everyday thru memories. My love goes out to ya'll..my deepest deepest sympathy.. Beverly Lebr Moody
By: Jean Eaton Dec 24, 2005
What I remember about Larry was his sweet smile and disposition. He had a way of making everyone around him feel great about themselves. I have not seen him since high school, but I will always remember how much he loved Kathy and the rest of his family. The angels are rejoicing as one of their own joins them.
By: The Platt Family Dec 24, 2005
Ryan and family,

Please accept our deepest smypathy for you loss. May peace find you during this time of mourning and comfort you through the days ahead.
By: Kirk and Kimberly Willcoxon Dec 23, 2005
We are deeply saddened to hear of the loss of your husband and father. No words can describe the sorrow that you must feel, you are in our prayers. In His Love, The Willcoxon Family
By: Ken Davis Dec 23, 2005
We are shocked and saddened to hear of your devastating loss. You and your family will be in our prayers.

If I can be of any help to anyone in this time of need, please fel free to call on me.

Ken and Kitty Davis

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