Akkerman-Ingebrand • Mora, MN
320-679-1933

Rock-Ingebrand • Braham, MN
320-396-2121

Mora, MN • 320-679-1933

Braham, MN • 320-396-2121

LARRY P. STARK

AKKERMAN-INGEBRAND FUNERAL HOME – MORA

Larry Stark of Mora, died on Saturday, Feb. 4, 2017 at St. Cloud Hospital.  He was 60 years old.

MEMORIAL SERVICE will be held at 6 pm on Wednesday, Feb. 8. 2017 at Akkerman-Ingebrand Funeral Home.

MEMORIAL VISITATION will be from 4 – 6 pm. on Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2017 at the funeral home.

INURNMENT will be a later date.

Larry Philip Stark, age 60, of Mora, passed away peacefully in his sleep, surrounded by his loved ones on Saturday, February 4, 2017 at the St. Cloud Hospital.

Larry was a 1974 graduate of Mora High School. He was active in football and hockey and was always known for his famous “slap shot”. Larry was a very proud grandpa and had a passion for Harley Davidson Motorcycles.

He is survived by his children, Alicia Hall (Mitch), Lucas Stark, Jacob Houle, Alicia Fingal (Paul), Jolean Dresbach (Nathan Peterson), Steven Dresbach and Jacob Dresbach (Lacey); grandchildren, Alex, Michael, Amaris, Breanna, Britany, Bridget, Caleb, Ruby, Max and Theo; parents, Ronald and Marian Stark; siblings, Ronda Jannett, Karen Stark (Brian Clark), Jeff Stark (Bobbi) and Krista Peterson (Dan); as well as many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

He will be remembered as a kind, gentle soul and a mentor and friend to many people.

21 thoughts on “LARRY P. STARK”

  1. Ronnie and Marion
    You are in our prayers. We share in your sense of loss on Larry’s death.
    Ervin and Joan

  2. To all the Starks: My thoughts and prayers are with all of you. I’m so thankful that I was able to see Larry in October while I was in Mora. He will was a very special person and will be missed. xox

  3. Dear Stark Family,
    I am so very sorry for your loss!! I remember Larry as a kid growing up and camping together. He always had a bright smile, and a kind heart!! My deepest sympathy to you!
    Healing hugs! Beth

  4. Forever in our hearts. My brother, Larry, we will ride again on golden streets. Your brother in Christ, Ole & Lena

  5. Larry, I never was able to meet you, but you were a good friend on Facebook. I loved your posts and comments. My heart goes out to your family! To young to have this happen! R.I.P. God bless you all. Ride that golden road!
    Fondly thought of
    Sandy Black.

  6. Rest now Larry ❤. Thank you for all you did . I never told you but you saved my life , you gave me strength , and set me on a better path . I am sure you knew .
    Paradise has gained a wonderful soul .
    Prayers for your family .

  7. Jeff and family, we are so sorry to hear about Larry. They say the good die young because someone as lovely as Larry always leaves us too soon.

    With fond regards.

  8. To all of Larry’s family and friends,. We send our heartfelt sympathy. May you find comfort in good memories and may Larry Rest in Peace. Ed, Renee and Chloe Jones

  9. We have so many good memories of Larry. He was a great friend and club brother—he taught me a lot! We will miss you, Larry, until that day when we meet again. Greg and Suanne Kennedy

  10. Shari Hallstrom
    I spent many years with Larry. The one thing I know for sure is that his children and grandchildren were his greatest source of joy. He was so proud of each and everyone of you. I will continue to pray for peace to accompany you through this time of loss.
    Respectfully,
    Shari

  11. When someone we love passes the heart pauses. Time continues, words are spoken, written and heard. There is nothing we can do for the heart, it is paused so that it can relive all the moments of a life time. The heart carries theses moments so that we can not only remember the love but share what the love of another has given to us. It is in the giving that the heart can love again. We are connected by the moments we share I’m thankful for the moments we share. Hugs all around.

  12. Larry was such a kind man to whomever he came in contact with. I was blessed to have Larry as a friend. Sending many blessings to all of his family & friends. I can just see Larry’s incredible smile riding with no speed limit on heavens roads…on the most tricked out bike ever!!! 😆 You will be greatly missed by so many💞❗

  13. Ron and Marion, we are sorry to hear about your loss, please know we are thinking of the Stark family. We look forward to seeing you later this month.
    Steve and Colleen Ryberg

  14. Uncle Ron, Aunt Marion, and family sorry we can’t be with you today but know your in our prayers. I will so miss Larry’s humor and his love for all things. He will be greatly missed.
    Kathy and Duane Miller

  15. I didn’t know Larry for long but we had some great conversations! He impressed me as a kind gentle’man and a good soul!! Gone way too soon and far too young! Your family is in my thoughts in the hope of finding Peace and Healing in this difficult time!!! Sincerely Randy Soppeland…..

  16. Dear Ron, Marion and family, sending our prayers and heart felt thoughts.
    Hope to see you soon. We love you.
    Jim and Eileen Moon

  17. We had lost contact for many years. Larry found me on face book. I only wish I knew that he had cone back home to Minnesota. I will remember him and so happy that both he and I took a turn on the road to happiness and fulfillment…

  18. We met Larry many years ago in elk river.he managed the apts we lived in.i be never been so touched by anyone as him.he was so kind and generous.he definitely went the extra mile for our family when we came on hard times ,Larry took it upon himself to pay our rent for a month and then plead our case to the apt. Owner and we were given 3 months rent free to get back on our feet.Larry was a true angel in our eyes.we recently saw him and we are very sad that he’s gone.this dimly lit world will be a little darker without him in it…our prayers go out to the family

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