Lloyd Ross Larison (7/11/1934 - 7/28/2018)

Obituary
  • "I pray for Alberta in your time of sorrow & loss of Bo."
    - john ball
  • "Loving, happy, fun memories fill my mind and heart with..."
    - Carolyn Shepard-Byrd
  • "May God bless you and walk with you as you deal with this..."
  • "I'm so sorry Alberta. I pray the Lord will comfort you and..."
    - Linda Carroll

Lloyd Ross "Bo" Larison was born to Ella Walker Larison and George Charles Larison on July 11, 1934 and passed away peacefully on July 28, 2018 in Tyler. He graduated from Tyler High School in 1952. He joined the United States Marine Corps in 1953 and married Alberta Sue Shepard on September 18, 1964.

Lloyd worked for the Tyler Independent School District for 31 years in maintenance. He also farmed and raised cattle and shared his knowledge for both as well as his love for hunting and fishing with his nephews and nieces, Lee White, Paula White, Dianne Goodier, Lance Larison, Britton Larison, Wayne Shepard, Wade Shepard, and Rhonda Whitlock. The life lessons learned from Uncle Bo ("UB") were valuable and countless.

He is survived by his wife, Alberta, of 54 years, sister in law, Martha Larison, numerous cousins and many great-nephews and nieces. He was preceded in death by his parents; sisters, Georgia Goodier and Norma White and brother, Larry Larison.

Visitation is Thursday evening at Jackson's Burks Walker Tippit Funeral home from 5-7 pm and Funeral service is Friday, August 3 at 10 am at Pine Springs Baptist Church with Pastor Jack Newton officiating and Lance Larison as eulogist.

Pallbearers are Lee White, Britton Larison, Wayne Shepherd, Jim Todd, John Atwood, and Fred Atwood.

In lieu of flowers donations can be made to Pine Springs Baptist Church or Hospice of East Texas. To view online, please go to, www.burkswalkertippit.com.
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Published in Tyler Morning Telegraph on Aug. 2, 2018
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