Larry Wayne Square (1954 - 2019)

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Service Information
Brooks Sterling & Garrett Funeral Directors
302 N Ross St
Tyler, TX
75702
(903)-592-0886
Memorial service
Saturday, Jun. 1, 2019
2:00 PM
Miles Chapel CME Church
Obituary

Memorial Services for Larry Wayne Square, of Tyler are scheduled for Saturday, June 1, 2019 2:00 PM at Miles Chapel CME Church with Rev. Jaime Caper officiating.

Larry Wayne Square, son of the late Ernest Austin Square and Gladys Mozell Square was born May 16, 1954 in Tyler, TX. He grew up in Tyler, and was a member of Miles Chapel C.M.E Church.

Larry was a graduate of John Tyler High School Class of 1972. He received a B.S Degree in Physical Education from Texas College. He furthered his education with the Teacher Corps Training Program and Peace Corp at Texas Southern University. In 1976, he was given a Peace Corps. Assignment in Freetown, Sierra Leone, West Africa. Larry returned to Tyler and was employed as Associate District Executive for the Austin-Rose District, East Texas Council, Boy Scouts of America.

After Scouting, Larry moved to Seattle. In Seattle, he started his own janitorial service. After returning to Tyler, Larry was employed by TISD, as a substitute teacher and aide at the Roberts & Plyer Disciplinary Facilities.

Larry was proceeded in death by his parents, Ernest and Gladys Square. He leaves to cherish his memories, 1 brother, Roland Square (Helen) St. Louis, MO; 2 Sisters, Susie Square, Tyler, TX, and Janice Butler, Dallas, TX; nieces and a nephew and host of other relatives.
Published in Tyler Morning Telegraph on May 31, 2019
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