Larry G. Doyle

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Apr 22 1952
Sep 18 2020
68 Years
Parkesburg

Larry G. Doyle, 68, of Parkesburg, PA, passed away suddenly at his home on Friday, September 18, 2020.  He was the husband of the late Myra Rogers "Ginger" Doyle.  Born in Coatesville, he was the son of the late Harry E. and Gladys I. Brown Doyle.

He graduated from Coatesville High School in 1971 and worked a variety of jobs over the years including driving taxi for Yellow Cab Company.  He enjoyed playing cards.

He is survived by his siblings, Brenda Quickel of Gap, Sandra Dickey of Winter Haven, FL, Alma Garver of Coatesville, William Doyle of Cochranville, Marlene Taggart of Honey Brook, and Robert Doyle of Imler, PA.  He was preceded in death by siblings, Nancy Garver, Richard Doyle and David Doyle.

A memorial service will be held on Thursday, October 15, 2020, at 11:00 a.m. from the Wilde Funeral Home, Parkesburg, with visitation starting at 10:00 a.m.  Interment will be private and at the convenience of the family.  In order to protect those at-risk, please wear a face mask and practice social distancing while at the funeral home. 

Service Date: 
Oct 15 2020 - 11:00am
Service Location: 
Wilde Funeral Home- 434 Main St., Parkesburg, PA 19365

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Larry was a very special man.  I helped nurse him back to health after his accident.  He was a tough cookie but he made it back.  He loved to joke around with me.  He lived where my Mom used to live and he would take her trash out for her.  He enjoyed playing pool with my husband Earl.  They had been friends since childhood.  We all loved him and are missing him.  RIP our dear friend.  We'll see you again someday. Our condolences to all the family.

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Aw, Uncle Larry
you were truly one of a kind. I will always hold you dear in my heart. I will never forget spending the weekends over at yours and Cindys apartment when I was a little girl. We always had so much fun. You were a jokester like no other that is for sure. We all miss you terribly . I know that you are in Heaven kicking up all kind of trouble with Uncle Dave,and Uncle Richard. Until I see you again,rest easy.
Love you

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Larry was the first person who befriended me in the day I moved to Parkesburg.
I did not know anybody at the apartment complex and here comes Larry knocking on my door and introduced himself to me.
From that day forward we were good friends.
He loved life and loved to have a good time.
Larry by no means was quiet,,you always heard him before you saw him.
He did not like to mingle much with groups of people but if you told him we were having a pizza party he was right there.
Larry got along with everybody and he loved playing cards and watching the Phillies and the Eagles.
Larry was a good man and a good friend and is deeply missed by all the people who had the pleasure of knowing him.

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Larry was a good guy. I was a childhood friend of the whole family as were my brothers. I use to love going to their house near the Slaughter house to play. RIP Larry

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