Larry Allen Bugg

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Larry Allen Bugg, 57, died Wednesday, August 23, 2017. He was born in Danville, KY on January 26, 1960 to the late Edward Cecil and Verna Dean Whitis Bugg. He worked as a lineman at R.R. Donnelley. Larry was loved by many and he had a big heart. In addition to his parents, he is predeceased by two brothers, Charles Bugg, James Bugg, and a sister, Karen Cline. He is survived by several nieces and nephews. The graveside service held at 1 pm, Friday, September 1, 2017 at Bellevue Cemetery, Larry Allen Bugg, 57, died Wednesday, August 23, 2017. Graveside: 1 p.m., Friday, September 1, 2017 Bellevue Cemetery, Danville, Kentucky

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  1. May the road rise up to meet you. May the wind be always at your back. May the sun shine warm upon your face; the rains fall soft upon your fields. And until we meet again,

  2. I had not seen Larry in years but we grew up in the same neighborhood as kids and I remember him always being so kind. I was very sorry to hear of his passing.

  3. Larry I will miss you. I remember all the family get together all the fun. And laughing you, Karen, Donna and I. You are missed

  4. I remember Larry from the old neighborhood when we were little kids. He walked to Hogsett with our little gang and we remainded friends throughout high school,. We talked each morning in home room at DHS. He was always kind and funny. So sorry to hear it f his passing.

  5. My old friend. I love ya man my mom broke down in tears when I told her this news she got out some little dog figurines you had given her 45 years ago and gave them to me. I gave them to my grandaughter to display in her room and told her of the man with the big heart and old soul who had given them to her great grandma as a boy. See ya on the other side. RIP

  6. You had a great service today! I know you cussed Harvey, a time or two! Miss you already, big guy! And, I\’ve got a lifetime to go! I\’m pretty sure, if I behave myself, I\’ll see you on the other side? At least I have hope! And, \”Hope Copes!\” Shortest verse in, The Holy Bible! You were as honest and genuine as they get, Larry Bugg! 45 years of friendship, doesn\’t just fade over your passing? No, no! These are memories I\’ve held dear and have become precious memories, since before your passing! Lot\’s of fun times with you, my friend! We never came to blows or got in each other\’s face! NEVER! Of course, we\’ve had our shouting matches over something stupid! But, we always held our tongue and valued friendship over a petty disagreement! You taught me many things! The value of sportsmanship, some common sense, and a lot about always being honest! It just wasn\’t in you nature to tell a lie, Larry! I may never meet another person like you, in my lifetime? But, at least I had the blessing of knowing you!

  7. \”Had a big heart\” is the perfect phrase to describe Larry. Our time together at EKU was full of fun, friendship, laughter adventure and travel. You are someone I will never forget! There was a hole left on earth when you entered heaven, but heaven gained a great sole. You are now back with your brothers, Verna, and Karen too. Miss you Larry! See you on the other side one day.

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