of Greenbrier, AR
June 25, 1944 - January 27, 2021
Larry Blythe Halsey, 76, of Greenbrier, went to be with his Lord on January 27, 2021. He was born in Conway, AR on June 25, 1944 to the late Eddie Merion and Stella Mae (Blythe) Halsey. Larry was longtime member of Centerville United Methodist Church. He was also a Free Mason at Holland Masonic Lodge #158 and the VFW of Quitman. Larry served in the US Army during Vietnam. He owned and retired after 30 years at Bonds Transmissions and was living his dream as a Cattleman. Larry is survived by his loving wife of 56 years, Mary Ann Halsey, daughters, Shelia (Marshall) Hines and Keri (Aaron) Matthews, grandchildren, Jacob (Molly) Hines, Katie Hines, Taylor Matthews, Tristan Matthews, and Torin Matthews, sister, Eddie Carolyn (David) Whitehead, several cousins, nieces, nephews, family, and friends. In Lieu of flowers donations can be made to St. Jude's Children's Hospital in Memphis. Visitation will be Sunday, January 31, 2021 from 4:00-8:00PM at Roller McNutt Funeral Home in Greenbrier. Funeral Service will begin at 1:00PM Monday, February 1, 2021 at Centerville Methodist Church in Greenbrier. Burial will follow at McNew Cemetery in Greenbrier, AR.
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I am so sorry to hear of Mr. Larry's passing, a month and more late. Marianne I am so sorry for you. Mr. Larry (he always said "Just Larry") was a really special person and a good friend. Much love and prayers for you and your family.
Larry will be missed by us greatly. Every time we saw Larry he always put a smile on our face. Will forever miss sitting on the back porch with Larry and listening to his stories. Fly high and sing loud Larry. We will be listening.
All fond and funny memories! Laughed until we cried! Good Times! Richard and Larry trying to get that baby turkey buzzard out of the tree stand... makes me laugh every time. My thoughts are with you, Mary Ann - wrapping you in the wings of love. Larry will be in our hearts and memories forever. With Love, Beth
One of my fondest memories of Larry was a trip to Storm Lake,Iowa. With Larry,David and I,to pick up a tractor for David. Plenty of good memories I will hold in my heart. Prayers for you Maryanne and family
I wish to convey my heartfelt condolences. May God Sustain You during this difficult period. All of you are in my prayers.
Oh how saddened I am for you Mary Ann and for your entire family. I loved Larry and you two were in love since I guess you were in 9th grade—what fond and sweet memories I have of our childhood. The Halsey family is wrapped up in all my childhood memories! I will come one day in a couple months to visit you—David is not well and I don’t want to risk this old Covid being carried back home to him from the funeral but know for certain you and family are in my daily prayers and even better that our Lord is there for your comfort and showering His light and love upon youI love you Carole Ann
Mary Ann, My thoughts, prayers & love go out to you and your family. Larry was such a funny guy! Enjoyed spending Christmas with ya'll at Bonnie's a couple of years ago. Keeping you in our prayers! Love you, Donita (& Eddie)
It was a shock to see Larry go so soon. He will genuinely be missed. I had many a good time out at the farm. My condolences to Mary Ann. I’m praying for y’all.
Mary Ann, God Bless and comfort you and your family at this time. Larry was a great guy. He was always so good to Mom, (Aunt Jimmie), after Dad died. His smile and laught and stories will be misssed.Love you all, Randy
Ed and I are so sorry, but we know Uncle Eddie and Aunt Stella were anxiously waiting to see him! So many memories of Larry and his laugh and great stories! We love you and will see you Sunday. Donna
Prayers for peace & comfort 💜💜💜
I am so sorry to learn about Larry. He was always so much fun to be around. He had a way of making you feel special and loved. Our prayers go out to MaryAnn, Sheila and the rest of our family.
I loved Larry and I will miss his many hugs, stories, and jokes. I am glad he is no longer in pain and will be sending prayers and love for Mary Ann and the entire family.