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Larry Eugene Blalock

March 5, 1952 ~ March 13, 2011

Larry Eugene Blalock, 59, of Sulphur, LA died Sunday, March 13, 2011 in the comfort of his home.


Mr. Blalock was born in Eunice, LA, was raised and educated in Georgia and was a graduate of Cherokee High School and Delta Technical College. He worked most of his life as a Commercial Truck Driver. He was an avid sports fan, loyal to LSU Tigers and the GA Bulldogs. He also enjoyed bowling, collecting movies, knives and guns.


Mr. Blalock will be most remembered as a kind, loving, good man who found goodness in everyone.


He leaves to honor his memory, his loving wife of thirty years, Teresa Faver Blalock of Sulphur; three sons, Terry Blalock of Sulphur, Tommy Munson and wife Tammela of Temple, TX and Larry Chesson of Sulphur; one daughter, Kimberly Covington and husband Josh of Burkley Springs, WV; ten grandchildren, Austin, Andrew, Keekee, Mikayla, Markus, Katelynn, Emily, Hunter, Logan and Peyton; dear friends, Lisa Williams and Anthony O'Quain, both of GA and Jerrie Vincent of Carlyss and childhood friends, the Keithberg Boys of Canton, GA.


He was preceded in death by his parents, Verlin and Adeline Fontenot Blalock and one daughter, Sharon Blalock.


A gathering of friends will be at 6:00 PM Wednesday, March 16, 2011 at Mr. Blalock's home, 1317 Joseph Street, Sulphur, LA 70663. Arrangements were entrusted to Johnson Funeral Home.

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  1. Tee:Oh my sweetheart, I so wish we would have stayed in contact the last few years so as before we always used each other's shoulders to cry on but also the all BS we have laughed about through the years. Please know my prayers are with Larry. He was such a nice gentleman. He always made me feel welcomed at your home, especially after he found out I knew about football! Also, the card games when all four of us would get together at your house was always a reason for all of us to laugh. Steve I really enjoyed going to your house whether it be cards, fooball or a really good cooked home meal. We will always have the memory of Larry in our thoughts and in our hearts.Loving Missing you,Susie


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