BALOGH, Larry David

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Larry Balogh was born in Kipling, SK and passed away September 8, 2018 at Pigeon Lake, AB.

Larry is survived by his beloved wife Kathy; his sons Aaron and Justin; granddaughter Ivy; grandson Hadyn; his brother Ken (Gabrielle) of Corning, SK; sister Sherry (Frank) of Okotoks, AB; as well as numerous nieces and nephews.

He was predeceased by his son Telly, his parents David and Camilla, nephew Scott Balogh and niece Saje Blaeser.

Larry grew up on a family farm with his parents Camilla and David Balogh, his brother Ken and sister Sherry Lynn.  He helped on the farm until he made the decision to move out to Leduc where he started his own painting company and worked up until his retirement 5 years ago.

Larry, Kathy and Aaron spent many years at the cabin with friends, boating and relaxing.  His most enjoyable hobby was hunting and he spent many great trips with his son Aaron and many friends.  He loved and respected hunting and being out on a cutline watching for his next big trophy.

Larry was a wonderful, loving, giving man who will always be remembered by those who knew him.

A Memorial Service will be celebrated on Friday, September 14, 2018 at 1:00 p.m. at the Peace Lutheran Church, 4606 – 48 Street, Leduc, AB.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to The Autism Society of Alberta www.autismalberta.ca or Leduc Fish and Game www.leducfga.com.

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Peace Lutheran Church

4606-48 ST Leduc AB T9E 5X4 CA

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Don and Crystal Drouin

So sorry for your loss. Larry was a great neighbor at the lake. He looked out for everyone and everything. He was always willing to lend a hand and was an expert at cutting down trees. You just had to ask him.

We heard of who passing just a few days before our trip and were unable to make the celebration of his life. Our hearts go out to Kathy and the family. So sorry for your loss, we will all miss him so much. Lake life is always going to be different.

Renee and Grant Bendfeld

We will always remember Larry as a great person who had a smile on his face and a story to tell. He loved his family and was very proud of them. Our visits with him and Kathy were always entertaining, filled with stories of family and hunting. On our trips to Mexico Larry kept us on our toes as he was always up to something. He will be sadly missed. May he rest in peace.

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