Larry Clark Thompson

July 31, 1952 - March 13, 2024
Lake Ridge Chapel and Memorial Designers
6025 82nd Street
Lubbock, TX 79424
Sunday 3/17, 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Lake Ridge Chapel and Memorial Designers
6025 82nd Street
Lubbock, TX 79424
Monday 3/18, 10:00 am
Peaceful Gardens Memorial Park
15602 TX-493 Loop, Lubbock
Lubbock, TX 15602
(806) 863-2241 | Map
Monday 3/18, 11:30 am

Larry Clark Thompson was born July 31, 1952, to Melba and Betty Clark Thompson in Lubbock, TX and graduated from Lubbock Cooper High School. Larry was a lifelong farmer in the Lubbock area. He attended Lonestar Cowboy church and was a loyal friend. Larry is survived by children, Kami (Rhett) Graham, Coby (Megan) Thompson; grandchildren,Continue Reading

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Roxann McCuiston Hamilton left a message on March 23, 2024:
I was so sorry to hear of Larry’s passing, Prayers are with the family! Larry and I went to school together at Lubbock Cooper High. We dated for about a year. My fondest memory was after we dated about 9 months he bought a BLUE 57 Chevrolet. Boy was he proud of that car! I think he liked it more than me! He polished and waxed that car every weekend and I think! Larry loved to dance but I wasn’t to good at western dancing but he didn’t care cause he was going to teach me. Well I learned pretty fast. I stepped on his toes quite a bit. We worked on it till I could dance about as good as the rest of them. Pretty good for a little Baptised girl. One weekend we had a date but I couldn’t go cause my parents said I had to go with them to see my grandmother. He assured me he wasn’t going out with anyone since I wasn’t there. Well when I got back the grapevine said he did go out but not with somebody else, he went alone but had a good ole time with other girls dancing. Anyway it made me mad, so I decided I’d show him. Me and my best friends, Brenda Jones and Judy Dunn, found his car at this teen-age place we used to go in Lubbock. Oh he wasn’t supposed to be there..ha! So we took lipstick and wrote not so nice things all over his windshield. However, we had enough respect to write on the windshield cause if we touched that paint job God help us what he would have done! So that sure made him mad! Needless to say we broke up. He asked me why I did that and I told him you deserved it for lying to me. Well he didn’t believe he lied cause he went alone. I told him, Larry, that’s to fine a line for me! In my books you lied. Anyway we still remained friends but never dated again. We had a lot of fun in those years. He loved football and was good at it. I went to every game and was homecoming queen my senior year. My best memories of all! RIP my friend and we’ll see you when the time comes!
Ann Lisemby left a message on March 18, 2024:
Janet and family, My deepest sympathy to you and your loved ones. We had several fun motorcycle trips with Larry, that i'll always have fond memories of. I know you'll find comfort in the sweet memories you shared with Larry. May God bless you and know others care. Love and hugs, ANn Lisemby
Vickie Bennett left a message on March 14, 2024:
Larry was a good man, even though I am sure his family didn’t understand he loved and helped me care for my sister! I love Larry and I am so sorry for what he has been through this last year, I hope he is resting in peace and that he and Cindy have found each other in their healed bodies in heaven and are forever happy! My sympathy for those left here to miss him I know that pain of loss here but we rejoice to know where he is forever more!
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